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

click for a larger image of item #33028, Children in the Woods Eugene, Lone Goose Press, (1992). A limited edition of a single piece by Lopez, from Crossing Open Ground, about igniting and retaining wonder in the natural world. Copy 58 of 75 numbered copies signed by the author and the artist, Margaret Prentice, who provides several relief print illustrations to the text. An elegant production: handset and printed on handmade papers made by Prentice, using dyes made from colored plant pulp to evoke the woods to which the essay refers. Handbound into attractive wrappers, also made by Prentice, with a fern image on the cover, the whole laid into a folding clamshell box. Printed and bound by Sandy Tilcock, who also made the box. Fine. [#033028] $2,000
click for a larger image of item #27034, Giving Birth to Thunder Sleeping with His Daughter Kansas City, Sheed McMeel, (1978). His second book, a retelling of Native American tales of Coyote the Trickster, subtitled "Coyote Builds North America." Lopez revivifies the tales, restoring their humor and vitality, and thus their power to affect the contemporary reader, rather than recounting them in the dry manner of an anthropologist dissecting a "subject." Signed by the author. Very slight bowing to boards; still fine in a near fine dust jacket worn at the lower edge and spine extremities and lightly rubbed on the spine. [#027034] $300
click for a larger image of item #33181, Five Calendars, 1995-1997 (San Francisco), (Browntrout), (1995-1997). Five wall calendars for three years, each featuring words by Barry Lopez. Three have words by Lopez and images by Frans Lanting; two have words by Lopez, Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner, and Frank Waters, with the work of assorted photographers. 14" x 12". Each is fine. Unmarked, but from the library of Barry Lopez. [#033181] $150
NY, Knopf, 1994. A collection of stories, his first since Winter Count. Inscribed by the author: "___ -- / How lovely, to have / had your friendship, / your affection, all / these years. -- / Love, B." Spine cloth a bit mottled; near fine in a near fine dust jacket with a bookstore inventory label on the rear panel. A nice copy, and an extremely warm personal inscription. [#027038] $115
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 #33182, Three Calendars, 1995-1996 (San Francisco), (Browntrout), (1995-1996). Three wall calendars for two years, each featuring words by Barry Lopez. Two have words by Lopez and images by Frans Lanting; one has the words by Lopez, Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner, and Frank Waters, with the work of assorted photographers. 14" x 12". Each is fine. Unmarked, but from the library of Barry Lopez. [#033182] $100
click for a larger image of item #10416, The 1983 Western Wilderness Calendar (Salt Lake City), (Dream Garden), (1982). The second of the Wilderness calendars, with work by a number of prominent photographers, and text by Edward Abbey, Tom McGuane, Leslie Marmon Silko, Ann Zwinger, Lawrence Clark Powell, Wallace Stegner, Barry Lopez, Frank Waters, William Eastlake, John Nichols, and others. This copy has been signed by Eastlake and Powell, and photographers John Telford, Tom Till, Fred Hirschmann and Chris Wangsgard -- several of the finest and most highly respected photographers of the natural world working today. Fine. [#010416] $95
(san Francisco), (Browntrout), 1996. Two wall calendars for the year 1996, each with words by Lopez; one with additional words by Ed Abbey, Wallace Stegner, and Frank Waters. 14" x 12". Fine. [#034597] $75
(Bainbridge Island), (The Arbor Fund), (1998). Text of the Virginia Merrill Blodel Lecture given at the Blodel Reserve in September, 1998. One of 500 copies in stapled wrappers. Eight pages, with a short biography and bibliography. Fine. [#015248] $70
(san Francisco), (Browntrout), 1996. "Ideas and Images" wall calendar for the year 1996. Words by Lopez and images by Frans Lanting. 14" x 12". Fine. [#034598] $50
click for a larger image of item #19542, "A Scary Abundance of Water" in L.A. Weekly, Vol. 24, No. 8 Los Angeles, L.A. Weekly Media, 2002. Seven-page cover story by Lopez, mixing memoir, natural history and social analysis. Fine. [#019542] $30
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