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Minneapolis, Callimachus, (1964). A collection of haiku. Very good in wrappers and in a good, price-clipped dust jacket with tears at mid-spine and splitting along the folds, and a 1" chip missing from the spine crown. With ink paintings by Judith Horns Vizenor, and Japanese calligraphy by Haruko Isobe. A scarce, early title by this important writer. [#002716] $45
(Minneapolis), Nodin Press, (1967). A collection of haiku. Near fine in wrappers. [#003263] $30
(Minneapolis), Nodin Press, (1967). A collection of haiku. Vizenor has been writing since the late Fifties, although his books prior to 1970 are poetry and are exceptionally scarce. Creasing at spine fold; small name inside front cover; very good. [#002719] $20