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Uncorrected Proofs and Advance Copies

NY, Simon & Schuster, (1993). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#913594] $19
NY, Scribner, (2002). The advance reading copy, marked "Advance Uncorrected Proofs." Signed by the author as "Bob Hellenga." Text block coming unglued from spine; near fine in pictorial wrappers. [#916274] $30
(n.p.), Soho, (1994). The uncorrected proof copy, marked "Advance Reading Copy." Signed by the author. Tiny bump to spine heel; else fine in printed blue wrappers. [#916271] $50
NY, Talese/Doubleday, (2002). The first issue advance reading copy, marked "Bound Manuscript" and bound in white wrappers with black lettering. With textual differences from the published text. Fine. [#914117] $30
(n.p.), (Picador), (2000). The advance reading copy of the first British edition of first book, a collection of stories, by a writer from Sarajevo for whom English is a second language. The British edition is the first English language edition, preceding the U.S. This is an intermediate state advance reading copy, lacking the copyright page, but with the information tipped inside the front cover. Fine in wrappers. [#915089] $70
(London), Picador, (2000). The advance reading copy of the inventive and highly praised first book, a collection of stories, by a writer from Sarajevo for whom English is a second language. The U.K. edition is the first English language edition, preceding the U.S. This is the earlier state advance reading copy, lacking the copyright page. Fine in wrappers. [#028240] $70
NY, Vintage, (2001). The advance reading copy of the first Vintage edition of his first book, a collection of stories first published in 2000. Fine in wrappers. [#914116] $19
NY/Boston, Warner Books, (2005). The advance reading copy. Signed by the author. Fine in self-wrappers, with CD Sampler laid in. [#914122] $19
NY, Putnam, (1993). The advance reading copy of this thriller that features Sean Dillon from Eye of the Storm. Fine in wrappers. [#915106] $19
Chapel Hill, Algonquin Books, 1993. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914126] $19
click for a larger image of item #33937, Manana (NY), Open Road, (2015). The advance reading copy. With an autograph note signed by Hjortsberg (as "Gatz") to Phil [Caputo] laid in, politely requesting a comment for the book. Hjortsberg was the author of the classic horror-noir, Falling Angel, which was the basis for the film Angel Heart. He also wrote the definitive biography of Richard Brautigan. Fine in wrappers. [#033937] $75
click for a larger image of item #29662, Riddley Walker London, Jonathan Cape, (1980). The uncorrected proof copy of this science fiction novel by the author of Turtle Diary and the fantasy classic The Lion of Boaz-Jachin and Jachin Boaz. Chosen as one of David Pringle's 100 best science fiction novels. This was John Fowles' copy, with his blindstamp on the half title. Spine-faded; first 50 pages or so loose from cracked glue, from reading; very good in wrappers. Winner of the John W. Campbell Memorial Award and nominated for a Nebula Award. A notable copy of a major science fiction novel. [#029662] $250
NY, Farrar Straus Giroux, (1993). The advance reading copy of the first American edition of this Danish writer's first novel to be published in English, a thriller, and a surprise bestseller. Basis for a film. Fine in wrappers. [#915111] $19
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2003). The advance reading copy. Signed by the author prior to publication. Fine in wrappers. [#916300] $19
click for a larger image of item #25104, Pure Fiction (NY), Weisbach/(Morrow), 1999. An advance excerpt from Homes' Music for Torching, together with an interview with Homes, a review, and praise for her earlier books. Also includes excerpts of work by Amanda Davis, Scott Lasser and Dale Peck. Fine in stapled wrappers, with accompanying CD, all housed in publisher's tri-fold folder. A highly unusual, multimedia publisher's promotional item. [#025104] $60
(NY), Weisbach/(Morrow), 1999. An advance excerpt from Homes' Music for Torching, together with an interview with Homes, a review, and praise for her earlier books. Also includes excerpts of work by Amanda Davis, Scott Lasser and Dale Peck. Fine in stapled wrappers, with accompanying CD, all housed in publisher's tri-fold folder. A highly unusual, multimedia publisher's promotional item. [#915145] $100
(NY), HarperCollins, (2002). The advance reading copy of this collection of stories. Inscribed by the author. Hint of a ripple to the rear cover; still fine in wrappers. [#915143] $30
(NY), Riverhead Books, (2001). An advance reading excerpt of the American edition of this anthology of stories, edited by Hornby. Printing the stories by Hornby, Zadie Smith, and Nick Harris. Signed by Hornby. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#914144] $70
(NY), Riverhead Books, (2001). The advance reading copy of the first American edition of this anthology of stories, edited by Hornby. With contributions by Hornby, Dave Eggers, Roddy Doyle, Irvine Welsh, Zadie Smith, Helen Fielding, and others. Signed by Hornby. Fine in wrappers. [#914143] $70
(Toronto), McClelland & Stewart, (1982). Uncorrected proof copy of her first book, winner of Canada's Seal First Novel Award. Light edge-soiling to lower front cover; else near fine in comb-bound cardstock wrappers. [#006426] $40
NY, Summit, (1986). The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#915165] $19
Boston, Little Brown, (1982). The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#915163] $19
(NY), Delacorte Press, (2000). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914514] $19
NY, Random House, (2007). The uncorrected proof copies of the reissues of two Humes' novels. Unmarked, but from the library of Peter Matthiessen, whom, with Humes, co-founded The Paris Review in the 1950s. Both proofs have the same introduction, by Alan Cheuse, and both mention Matthiessen. Each proof is fine in wrappers. [#031945] SOLD
NY, Knopf, 2002. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914165] $19
NY, Random House, (1994). The uncorrected proof copy, lacking the first page, which contained the publisher's text describing the book and, very briefly, the author, and was excised from most copies, reportedly at the author's request. From the library of author Peter Matthiessen, bearing his notes only on the final page: "Harada Roshi/ 'world is full of dread'/ huge clean wind." Foxed; very good in wrappers. [#032257] $40
On Sale: $20
click for a larger image of item #32786, A Widow for One Year (n.p.), (n.p.), [ca. 1997-98]. An advance issue consisting of velobound, double-sided typescript. 743 pages. A very uncommon format -- we've seen this typescript once before, but in a different type of binding. It appears to predate any publisher's production of this title; the earlier copy we had seen had been sent to a U.K. reader whose blurb appeared on the U.K. advance reading copy. Velo binding cracked at the front, missing the bottom third; otherwise near fine. [#032786] $340
NY, Random House, (1998). The uncorrected proof copy of the American trade edition. Printer's mark ("5/") to spine; else fine in wrappers. [#911619] $60
click for a larger image of item #30737, The Fourth Hand (n.p.), (n.p.), 2000. An early, tapebound typescript of this novel that was published in July, 2001. No publisher indicated, suggesting this was an early agent's copy, or some other kind of copy prepared prior to the publisher issuing any version of it. Double-spaced, double-sided, 507 pages. "Revised: December 11, 2000" printed on the white front cover/title page. Textual differences exist between this and the published text, beginning with a different table of contents and including changes in the Acknowledgments section of the book. We are aware of another state of this draft that was comb-bound, which was issued by Knopf/Canada. Very near fine. [#030737] $450
click for a larger image of item #32787, The Fourth Hand (n.p.), (n.p.), 2000. An early, tapebound typescript of this novel that was published in July, 2001. No publisher indicated, suggesting this was an early agent's copy, or some other kind of copy prepared prior to the publisher issuing any version of it. Double-spaced, double-sided, 507 pages. "Revised: December 11, 2000" printed on the blue front cover/title page. Textual differences exist between this and the published text, beginning with a different table of contents and including changes in the Acknowledgments section of the book. We are aware of another state of this draft that was comb-bound, which was issued by Knopf/Canada. Fine. [#032787] $375
click for a larger image of item #29483, The Fourth Hand Toronto, Knopf Canada, (2001). The uncorrected proof copy of the first Canadian edition. Inscribed by Irving on the title page. Fine in wrappers, with the dust jacket art bound in. An uncommon proof copy, and especially scarce signed; we've never seen another one. [#029483] $340
click for a larger image of item #29482, The Imaginary Girlfriend (London), Bloomsbury, (1996). The uncorrected proof copy of the first British edition of this title, which was incorporated into the U.S. edition of Trying to Save Piggy Sneed and had no separate U.S. printing. Inscribed by Irving. Fine in a near fine, proof dust jacket, worn where it overlays the proof, with the price of £13.99 (later lowered to £9.99). An uncommon proof (the British trade edition would have had a proportionally smaller printing than a U.S. one would have had, and the proof equally so), especially with the proof jacket, and even more so signed by Irving. This is the first signed copy of it we have handled. [#029482] $1,000
click for a larger image of item #23819, The World According to Garp NY, Dutton, (1978). The advance reading copy of his fourth novel and breakthrough book, which went into numerous printings, became a multi-million copy bestseller and a National Book Award winner in its paperback release. The first printing of Garp was reported at 35,000 copies; none of Irving's previous books had sold even 5,000 copies, with one of them having had sales under 2000. Irving switched publishers for this book, and his new publisher decided to promote the novel heavily. After issuing two sets of proofs in small numbers for early readers and reviewers, Dutton printed this advance reading copy for wide distribution to the book trade. It worked in bringing attention to Irving's novel, which became a bestseller; since then, Irving's books have had six-figure first printings and his reputation as a major American novelist is secure. The publisher's risk, in producing such a large first printing, and their marketing efforts -- including creating this advance copy -- played no small part in this transformation. This copy is signed by the author. Spine cocked and creased, with staining to covers; about very good in wrappers. [#023819] $850
click for a larger image of item #32782, The World According to Garp NY, Dutton, (1978). The second issue of the uncorrected proof copy, in tall green wrappers. Erasures and label removal shadow on the front cover; small label affixed to spine; near fine. Not as scarce as the mustard-colored proof, but many times scarcer than the white advance reading copy. [#032782] $1,000
NY, Arcade, (1996). An advance reading excerpt from the American edition, including the title essay and one work of fiction. The contents page lists a slated essay on Kurt Vonnegut that did not appear in the final volume. Fine in wrappers. [#911613] $45
NY, Random House, (2005). The uncorrected proof copy. Shallow spine dent; else fine in wrappers. [#911627] $60
(n.p.), HarperCollins, (1991). The uncorrected proof copy, shot from typescript. One tiny spot to front cover; else fine in wrappers. [#916317] $19
(Toronto), HarperFlamingo, (2003). The advance reading copy. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#915182] $19
NY, Atlantic Monthly, (2003). The advance reading copy of the first American edition. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#915183] $19
(NY), HarperCollins, (2005). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914172] $45
NY, Bantam, (1991). The advance reading copy. Near fine in wrappers. [#913596] $19
NY, Bantam Books, (1992). The advance reading copy. Crime fiction. Fine in wrappers. [#915184] $19
NY, Villard, 1993. The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914521] $19
click for a larger image of item #12861, Kipling, Auden & Co NY, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1980). Folded and gathered sheets of this posthumous collection of Jarrell's essays and reviews, spanning the years 1935-1964. Edge-sunned, a little spotting and creasing to the last page; near fine. Jarrell, a poet and also the author of one novel and several children's books, was highly respected for his incisive criticism. A scarce advance issue of this collection. [#012861] $115
click for a larger image of item #33922, Jesus' Son NY, Farrar Straus, (1992). The uncorrected proof copy of Johnson's collection of linked stories exploring addiction; this copy was used by James McManus for his review in the New York Times and bears extensive markings and comments. Among other things, McManus wrote: "has the rhythm of a poem/ more than even a novel/ much more than that of a short story collection." Johnson won the National Book Award for his massive Vietnam novel, Tree of Smoke, but it is this title that is widely considered his most powerful and emblematic. Near fine in wrappers. [#033922] $1,500
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1985. Both the first edition and the uncorrected proof copy; both from the library of Peter Matthiessen, who makes several appearances in the text, including digging the hole at the gravesite for Jones's ashes. The book is very good in a very good dust jacket with a Compliments of Houghton Mifflin card laid in; the proof is near fine in wrappers. [#031954] $60
NY, Pantheon, (1993). The advance reading copy. Tiny nick to crown; else fine in wrappers. [#916338] $19
Boston, Little Brown, (1995). The uncorrected proof copy of the second book, a collection of stories, by the author of The Pugilist at Rest. Fine in wrappers. [#913597] $45
Boston, Little Brown, (1995). An advance reading excerpt, printing the title story and two others from this collection of stories by the author of The Pugilist at Rest. Fine in wrappers. [#913599] $19
Boston, Little Brown, (1999). The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#913602] $30
Boston, Little Brown, (1993). The uncorrected proof copy of his first book, a highly praised collection of stories that was nominated for the National Book Award. Signed by the author in 1994. Fine in wrappers, with publicist's card stapled to the front cover. [#915203] SOLD
Boston, Little Brown, 1993. An advance reading excerpt of his first book, a highly praised collection of stories that was nominated for the National Book Award. Prints three stories from the collection. Small tear lower front edge; else fine in stapled wrappers. [#915205] $19
click for a larger image of item #33939, Tribe NY, Twelve, (2016). The uncorrected proof copy of Junger's study of societal belonging, particularly as it pertains to veterans returning from war. This copy belonged to Philip Caputo and bears his underlining and his comments in the margins. Caputo reviewed the book for the Washington Post. Page corners turned by Caputo, else near fine in wrappers. [#033939] $250
click for a larger image of item #33938, War NY, Twelve, (2010). The advance reading copy of Junger's account of 15 months with the troops in eastern Afghanistan. This copy belonged to Philip Caputo and bears his highlighting and his comments in the margins. Caputo reviewed the book for the Washington Post. Page corners turned by Caputo; very good in wrappers. [#033938] $450
(NY), Dutton, (1991). The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914525] $19
click for a larger image of item #913116, PU-239 and Other Russian Fantasies (Minneapolis), Milkweed, (1999). The advance reading copy. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#913116] $45
(Minneapolis), Milkweed, (1998). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#913114] $19
(Minneapolis), Milkweed, (1998). The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers, with David Foster Wallace blurb on the front cover. [#913113] $19
NY, Grove Press, (2004). The advance reading copy of her first novel. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#913118] $40
NY, Knopf, 1986. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#915221] $19
NY, Knopf, 1989. The uncorrected proof copy. "For June 19" written on front cover; fine in wrappers. [#915222] $19
NY, Turtle Bay Books, 1993. The advance reading copy of her third book, a well-received memoir of her encounter with madness and institutionalization as an adolescent, which was made into an Oscar-winning film with Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie. Fine in wrappers. [#911639] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #10690, Quinn's Book (n.p.), Viking, (1988). Uncorrected proof copy of this historical novel by the author of the Pulitzer-Prize winning Ironweed. Fine in wrappers, and inscribed by the author. [#010690] SOLD
(n.p.), Viking, (1987). The uncorrected proof copy of this collection of short pieces, both fiction and nonfiction. "Press Copy" markings to cover and summary page; one corner crease; near fine in wrappers. [#016287] $40
click for a larger image of item #32881, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (n.p.), Viking, (2002). The advance reading copy of the 40th anniversary edition of Kesey's landmark novel of the 1960s, here with a new introduction, and illustrations, by the author. Publication was slated for January, 2002; Kesey died in November, 2001, a fact not reflected in the cover text. Given the advance time associated with such prepublication productions, and their primary purpose -- to get copies of the book to reviewers with long lead times, in order that reviews can be ready by publication day -- the introduction in this advance copy is probably the last original piece of Kesey's writing to be published in his lifetime. Mild splaying to covers, else fine in wrappers. [#032881] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #31415, The Sea Lion (NY), Viking, (1991). The uncorrected proof copy of this children's book, which was illustrated by Neil Waldman. Together with unbound signatures in trial dust jacket and actual dust jacket. Also together with an 8-1/2 x 11 pictorial poster announcing a Ken Kesey "Sea Lion story telling performance" presented by the Naropa Institute at the Boulder Theater. The advance copies are fine; the poster is very good. [#031415] $265
NY, Doubleday, (1994). The advance reading copy of the fifth book in her award-winning Kat Colorado mystery series. Fine in wrappers. [#913164] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #30298, Stephen King Talks and Reads [Bag of Bones Audio Preview] [NY], Scribner/Simon & Schuster Audio, 1998. An advance promotional cassette for this novel that was positioned by King's publisher as more of a mainstream novel and love story than the kind of horror novel the author is most famous for. On the tape, King talks about the novel and reads a preview. Likely listened to, but near fine or better in the publisher's cardstock cassette case. With the card of a Scribner publicity director laid in. [#030298] $115
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1988. The uncorrected proof copy of the first American edition of this collection of baseball stories. Fine in wrappers. [#029794] $60
NY, Broadway Books, (1999). The advance reading copy of this trade paperback original. Fine in wrappers. [#915247] $45
click for a larger image of item #14851, Mermaids in the Basement Port Townsend, Copper Canyon, 1984. The uncommon uncorrected proof copy of these "poems for women." Stapled sheets with a black tape spine. A low-tech production, suggesting very few were done. Kizer won the Pulitzer Prize the following year, for her collection Yin. Fine, with publisher's promotional sheet laid in. [#014851] $95
NY, Doubleday, (1993). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#913603] $19
NY, St. Martin's, (1979). The uncorrected proof copy of the seventh novel by the author of The Painted Bird, among others. This book was published just before the scandal broke wherein Kosinski was accused of letting his students or paramours ghost-write his own novels. Fine in tall wrappers. [#027642] SOLD
(NY), Doubleday, (2002). An advance excerpt of Krauss's first novel, along with a half dozen excerpts from other Doubleday titles of that season. Fine in wrappers. [#916382] $30
NY, Scribner, (2001). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#914202] $19
NY, Washington Square Press, (2000). The uncorrected proof copy. Signed by the author. Tiny nick to spine base, else fine in wrappers. [#913197] $19
click for a larger image of item #22974, Nobody's Perfect NY, Knopf, 2002. Unbound photocopied typeset sheets of this collection of 140 of Lane's reviews and criticism from The New Yorker. More than 700 pages; printed on rectos only; stamped "Page Proofs" in lower corners. From the office of a U.K. literary agency, so presumably this copy of the sheets was used in preparation of the U.K. edition of this title. Trifle edge-ruffling; else fine. [#022974] $100
Baltimore, CD Publications, 1996. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#031274] $40
Holyoke, Crossroads Press, 1999. The uncorrected proof copy of this limited edition. Signed by the author. Comb-bound with both printed and acetate covers. Stamp of Stanley Wiater on half title; near fine in wrappers. Scarce. [#029498] $115
NY, Bantam, (1989). The uncorrected proof copy. Inscribed by the author to Stanley Wiater prior to publication: "For Stan the Man -- My last sequel." Wiater's bookplate inside the front cover; edge-sunned with small crown bump; near fine in wrappers. [#029495] $40
NY, Grove, (2005). An advance reading excerpt printing three of the stories from the final collection. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#913214] $40
NY, Grove, (2005). The advance reading copy. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers. [#913213] $40
NY, Knopf, 1991. The uncorrected proof copy. This is the second issue, in blue wrappers, with a 1991 date on the front cover and title page, a 1990 date on the copyright page, and the first printing announced as 350,000 copies. Fine in wrappers with publisher's informational sheet stapled inside the front cover. [#911665] $19
NY, Riverhead Books, 1999. The advance reading copy. Signed by the author. Fine in wrappers, with promotional material laid in. [#913238] $35
NY, Riverhead Books, 1999. An uncorrected proof copy in the form of comb-bound 8-1/2" x 11" sheets, printed on rectos only. 348 pages. Signed by the author. Fine. [#913239] $100
On Sale: $65
NY, Riverhead Books, 1999. The advance reading copy. Slight crown bump; else fine in wrappers, with promotional material laid in. [#913237] $19
NY, Riverhead Books, 1995. The advance reading copy of his first book. Winner of the PEN/Hemingway Award. Signed by the author. Fine in pictorial wrappers. [#913234] $45
click for a larger image of item #33476, Behind the Scenes of Psycho NY, Harmony, (1995). The advance reading copy (marked "uncorrected proof") of Leigh's account of the making of Hitchcock's masterpiece, written with the assistance of Nickens, who has written a number of biographies of Hollywood stars. Illustrated with photos from the movie and from the making of it. Despite dying approximately 20 minutes into the film and having a body double for the death scene, Leigh received an Academy Award nomination for her role. Stamp of another author on the half-title; fine in wrappers. [#033476] $45
On Sale: $23
NY, Atlantic Monthly Press, (2000). The uncorrected proof copy of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Signed by the author. Hint of a spine crease, else fine in wrappers. [#914208] $45
(London), Picador, (2000). The advance reading copy of the first British edition of his well-received first book, which was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club -- unusual for a first novel. Fine in wrappers. [#914210] $19
(London), Faber and Faber, (2009). The advance reading copy of the first British edition, which was only published in paperback. Several tiny edge nicks; near fine in wrappers. An uncommon advance copy. [#028255] $30
NY, New American Library, (1989). The advance reading copy. Inscribed by the author (but not signed) to Robert Stone and his wife. Very good in wrappers. [#033747] $75
NY, Doubleday/Talese, (1994). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#915277] $19
click for a larger image of item #33479, The Return (NY), Signet, (2002). The uncorrected proof copy of this mass market paperback original -- horror fiction, with no fewer than five appearances of Stephen King comments about Little's books on the covers and the inside pages, as well as blurbs or review excerpts by Dean Koontz, Richard Laymon, and others. An unread copy, with a hint of a binding crease to the rear panel, else fine in wrappers. [#033479] $45
NY, Henry Holt, (2004). The advance reading copy. Fine in wrappers. [#915286] $19
Seattle, Jawbone Press, 1981. The uncorrected proof copy. Signed by the author. Near fine in wrappers. [#913626] $100
click for a larger image of item #33180, Field Notes NY, Knopf, (1994). The author's copy of the uncorrected proof of this collection of stories, with his corrections in ink throughout. With a typed note signed by Lopez attesting to the fact that these came from his personal library (Lopez does not, as a rule, sign proof copies). Approximately 75 changes total, the majority very small corrections; the handful of larger changes are at most several words. These changes were made prior to the published version of the text, so this proof offers a glimpse of the author's final rewrites. Near fine in wrappers. [#033180] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #34632, Field Notes NY, Knopf, (1994). An author's copy of the uncorrected proof of this collection of stories, with a typed note signed by Lopez attesting to the fact that this came from his personal library. (Lopez, as a rule, does not sign proofs.) This proof has textual differences from the final, published version. Fine in wrappers. [#034632] SOLD
click for a larger image of item #34456, Light Action in the Caribbean NY, Knopf, 2000. The uncorrected proof copy of this collection of stories. From the author's own library. Lopez doesn't sign advance copies, but this proof comes with a typed note signed by the author attesting to the fact that it is from his personal library. Fine in wrappers. [#034456] $100
click for a larger image of item #26079, Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter London, Heinemann, (1952). The uncorrected proof copy of this collection of poems in translation by the great Spanish poet who was killed in the Spanish Civil War. Most of the poems are from an early book, published in 1928, and the last poem is the last major poem he wrote, in 1935. Text block pulling from wrappers. Still a very good copy. Uncommon. [#026079] SOLD
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