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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

London, Aloes, (n.d.). Second printing. One of 500 copies. This copy is inscribed by Burroughs to Bob Jackson in 1984. Near fine in stapled wrappers. [#033124] $125
NY, Grove Press, (2000). Edited and with an introduction by James Grauerholz. Inscribed by Grauerholz in the year of publication. Fine in a fine dust jacket, with one corner crease at the lower front flap. [#033087] $100
(Santa Barbara), Cadmus Editions, 1981. Copy No. 95 of 349 numbered copies in wrappers, of 500 total. Mild sunning and a bit of wear on the front cover; very good. [#033072] $75
San Francisco, Beach Books, (1968). Second edition, and first American edition, issued in a printing believed to have been 1000 copies. Near fine in wrappers. [#033142] $75
(NY), Viking, (1993). Both the uncorrected proof copy and an advance excerpt of this collection edited and with an introduction by Oliver Harris. The proof is spine-faded and near fine in wrappers; the excerpt is near fine in stapled wrappers. [#033090] $75
(Bonn), Expanded Media Editions, (1978). A bilingual (German/English) edition, comprising the two title essays and four other pieces pertaining to Burroughs' controversial attack-essay on Scientology, a group which he had at one time belonged to and was later excommunicated from. This is the second edition of the English language text, which was originally published in 1973. Outer corner bumped, mild rubbing; near fine in wrappers. [#033055] $50
Los Angeles, William Burroughs Communications, 1995. First thus, a CD reissue of his 1965 record album. Sticker removal residue and piece of tape on the shrinkwrap; still unopened and sealed. Fine. [#033060] $50
London, Sphere Books, (1971). First Sphere books paperback edition of the autobiographical first novel by William Burroughs' son, who died in 1981 at the age of 33 from illness attributed to excessive drug use. Age-toned pages; near fine. [#033134] $45
London, Aloes Books, (1975). A bootleg publication. Prints the transcripts of two tapes: Eric Mottram's radio broadcast on Burroughs and the tape of a meeting between Burroughs and Mottram. 34 pages; near fine in stapled wrappers. [#033107] $45
(n.p.), Viking, (1992). The advance reading copy, marked "advance uncorrected proofs," of Burroughs' essay about and tribute to cats, and an account of his bond with an orphaned cat. Mild splaying to cover, else fine in wrappers. [#033061] $45
London, Secker & Warburg, (1967). A collection of Paris Review interviews. First U.K. edition, which includes interviews with Burroughs, Ginsberg, Mailer, Celine, Pinter, Albee, Cocteau, Bellow, Blaise Cendrars, and others. M&M B33b. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#033151] $45
Boston, Little Brown, (1998). A biography, heavily illustrated and printed on multi-colored paper. Fine in a fine dust jacket. An attractive and visually engaging publication. [#033138] $35
NY, Grove, (1965). The first Evergreen Black Cat paperback edition. Very good in wrappers. Review excerpts on the rear cover by Mary McCarthy, Terry Southern, and Marshall McLuhan. [#033099] $25
(Hadley), Ken Lopez Bookseller, (2005). A catalog/brochure describing the Burroughs archive previously known as the "Vaduz archive" and printing in facsimile a number of items from the archive, including Brion Gysin calligraphy, photographs of Burroughs and others, visual poetry by Burroughs, and other items. An overview of the archive, with description of its contents and essays on its history and importance in the context of 20th century literature. The archive was purchased by the Berg Collection at the New York Public Library. Fine in wrappers. [#024827] $20
NY, Grove, (1967). The first Evergreen Black Cat paperback edition. Some underlining in the later pages, and some notations of textual changes there. Age-toned pages; short tear at upper front spine fold; very good in wrappers. [#033111] $15
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