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

Ann Arbor, Bear Claw Press, (1976). Apparently Norman's first book, a collection of Swampy Cree Naming Stories, told by Samuel Makidemewa'be, and translated and introduced by Norman. Precedes his collection The Wishing Bone Cycle, also published in 1976, and which incorporated the tales in this volume. The size of the edition is unknown, but a later book by Norman published by the same press had a printing of 1000 copies, and this seems considerably scarcer. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#913383] $500
NY, Stonehill Publishing, (1976). Swampy Cree Indian narrative poems, translated by Norman, with a preface by poet and translator Jerome Rothenberg, founder of Alcheringa. Winner of the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets. This is the hardcover issue; there was a simultaneous issue in wrappers. This is also Norman's first book from a regular trade publisher, rather than a small press; two of his later books of fiction were nominated for the National Book Award. Faint spot to top edge and faint sticker removal on front panel of jacket; else fine in a fine, price-clipped dust jacket. [#016779] $200
Boston, Atlantic Monthly, (1986). A children's book, with wood engravings by Michael McCurdy. Warmly inscribed by the author: "For ___ & ___ world series week 1986. My two day and night owl buddies. Love, Howard." Oblong quarto; fine in a fine dust jacket. [#913384] $175
Santa Barbara, Ross-Erikson, (1982). First thus, second edition, but first expanded edition of this collection of Swampy Cree Indian narrative poems, translated by Norman, with a preface by poet and translator Jerome Rothenberg, founder of Alcheringa. Signed by both Norman and Rothenberg. Winner of the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets. This expanded edition includes Norman's Who Met the Lynx and Why Owls Die with Wings Outspread. Near fine in rubbed wrappers. [#023562] $100
San Francisco, North Point, 1982. Norman's second collection of translations of Cree Windigo tales from northern Canada. This is the hardcover issue. Fine in a fine, price-clipped dust jacket. [#016780] $80
NY, North Point, (2005). Signed by the author in the year of publication. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#916617] $30
Boston, Little, Brown, (1989). Very Good in Very Good DJ. Remainder mark on bottom edge. [#707131] $20
(London), Faber and Faber, (1994). Contains an advance excerpt from Norman's National Book Award-nominated The Bird Artist, which was published in the U.K. prior to being published in the U.S. Near fine in wrappers. [#028497] $20
NY, Farrar Straus Giroux, (1994). The first American edition of his second novel, his second book to be nominated for the National Book Award. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#913386] $20
(London), Faber and Faber, (1994). The first British edition of his second novel, his second book to be nominated for the National Book Award. The British edition is the true first of this title. Very mild age toning to pages; else fine in a fine dust jacket. [#913388] $20
(London), Picador, (1999). The uncorrected proof copy of the British edition. Fine in wrappers. Laid in is a (used) promotional postcard depicting the dust jacket art. [#014592] $20
NY, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998). The uncorrected proof copy of his novel. Fine in wrappers. [#014591] $20
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