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[NY], [Bantam], . Point of sale display for this title. (No book included.) Cover art: 14" x 16" at longest point, meant to attach to display rack. Rubbed, mild edge wear; near fine. Suitable for framing if cropped. [#023606] $100
(various places), (various publishers), (1977-2000). Six magazines with pieces by and about Robbins. Two articles and four interviews, as follows: an interview in Rolling Stone, November 1977; a brief essay on living in La Conner, WA in Pacific Northwest, April 1986; an interview in Interview, November 1993; an interview in Seattle Weekly, April, 1994; a cover article on living in the Northwest in Seattle Times, August, 1994, (plus a newspaper ad for the same) and, lastly, an interview in High Times, June 2000. All issues are near fine or better, and span his career from the year after Even Cowgirls Get the Blues to Fierce Invalids from Hot Climates. [#023608] $70
(Chicago), Chicago Public Library, 2003. Newsletter of the Chicago Public Library for May 2003, announcing a reading by Tom Robbins, "author of such bestsellers as Welcome to the Monkey House." Robbins once said that he was determined not to read Vonnegut or Brautigan until he finished writing his first novel. He failed at not reading Brautigan, but the Vonnegut influence on his early work might be over-exaggerated. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#023610] $20
NY, Bantam, (1990). Good in Very Good (creased) DJ. Bumped corners. [#708390] $20