n.p. (c. 1929). Hardcover. 77p. Original green cloth. 20cm. Light, quarter-sized stain on front cover. No Jacket. Works by 28 poets are included.
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1964. Paperback. 31p. Softcover. 22cm. Issue devoted to "Contemporary Philippine Poetry" and features one poem each by 16 poets. Philippines.
Ibadan: 1961. Paperback. 72p. Wrapper. 27cm. Moderate wrinkling, soiling & creasing. Includes "Langston Hughes" by Ezekiel Mphahlele (pp. 16-21).
1979. Paperback. 174p. Wrapper. 22cm. This copy is INSCRIBED by *Yvonne, one of the contributors, on the page containing her poem "Eva." Women Poets: A Special Issue.
New York: NAACP, 1922. Paperback. 46p. Softcover in original wrapper. 25cm. Foxing around cover edges. Internally sound and clean. Includes "Song for a Lost Comrade" by *Jessie Fauset (page 22) and "Leroy Bundy" by *W. E. B. DuBois (pages 16-21) as well as his Opinion writing on earlier pages.
Madrid: 1958. Paperback. Original wrappers. Cover browned. Spanish text.
n.p. n.d. Paperback. approximately 44 unnumbered pages printed on one side. Black plastic front cover only. White plastic comb binding. Copy No. 60 of 75 copies. An untitled production which lists no author, publisher or place of publication. It is dedicated to "The Messers Haig and Haig and the Brothers...
Trenton, N.J. Trenton State College, Department of African-American Studies, n.d. [1970s]. Paperback. ills, photos, (1), 27p. Wrapper (spotting on back). 33cm. The first issue of a student literary journal. We assume that additional issues were published.
Norfolk, Conn. New Directions, 1944. Hardcover. 215p. dj. 22cm. Jacket browned. Gift inscription. Light cover soil along top edge. Text age-toned.
Singapore: University of Singapore Literary Society, (1974). Paperback. 33 (including material inside back cover), 32p. Softcovers in original wrapper. 23-22cm. Fiction and poetry.
Lausanne: Henri Kaeser, Editeur, 1948. Paperback. 2 vols. 294, 265p. Original wrappers. 20cm. French text.
Stanford & NY: 1966-1971. Paperback. Eight issues. Original wrappers. 22-23cm. Only one more number was published (No. 13/14). The first five issues were published in Stanford, California, and thereafter in New York City. Issue No. 1 titled: Journal of the New African Literature.
Paris: Libraire Champes et Cie. New York, 1910. 44 leaves printed on one side. Tied internally in limp leather binding. 12cm. We found no bibliographic information about this oddity which appears to have been typed and then reproduced on photostatic paper.
1950. Paperback. Number, a Magazine of Modern Poetry, Vol. I, No. 2 (Fall, 1950). 31p. Wrapper. 20cm. Staining in bottom margin of a couple of leaves. Other soil and wear but still sound. "Chinatown Issue -- Traditional Chinese Peasant Songs Translated and Illustrated by Nanying" on cover. The work translated...
1920. Paperback. Issued by the publisher from Will Warren's Den, Farmington, Ct. Edges of wrappers chipped. Nicely preserved in a later protective chemise and slipcase. Poetry by Yale graduates including Stephen Vincent Benet and Archibald Macleish. Only 3 itssues were published.
Madrid: Editorial Catoblepas, (c. 1986). Paperback. 279p. Original wrapper (slightly curled). 21cm. Spanish text.
Madras: 1965. Paperback. photos, 147p. Wrapper. 25cm. Cover somewhat worn. Special number in English issued to coincide with the 5th All India Writers' Conference. Mostly poetry and short stories. Most text translated from Malayalam and other languages of India.
London: W. Suttaby and Crosby & Co., 1806. Hardcover. 4 frontises, 96, 71, 72, 72p. Old black leather with five raised bands on backstrip. 13cm. The Goldsmith section has mostly moderate foxing; minimal foxing elsewhere. All edges gilt. A handsome copy. The four sections have separate title-pages: the sections by...
New York: AMS Press, (c. 1992). Hardcover. index, xi, 292p. Original green cloth. 23cm. No Jacket (as published). Date on backstrip is 1989, suggesting that this annual did not always appear annually.
New York: AMS Press, (c. 1998). Hardcover. index, x, 237p. Original green cloth. 23cm. No Jacket (as published). Date on backstrip lists this as 1991, suggesting that this annual did not always appear annually.
New York: AMS Press, (c. 2000). Hardcover. index, v, 327p. Original green cloth. 23cm. No Jacket (as published).
Harlem: 1982. Paperback. 46p. Wrapper. 21cm. Projected as a thrice-yearly publication. Poetry.
Brattleboro: Vermont Printing Co, 1950. 1st ed. Paperback. 28p. Original blue-green wrapper. 23cm. Former owner's name on front. At bottom of title-page: Amherst College: Humanities 1-2. Includes "The Broken Bowl," by James I. Merrill.
Corona, NY: A Colnoized [sic] Few, (c. 1971). 1st ed.(?). Paperback. illustrations, (40)p. Wrapper. 21cm. Poems by Kiidh, Eric Rawlins, Lorraine Taylor, and Randolph Latimer, Jr. - we have assumed that they are all African Americans.
n.p. n.d. [ca. 1970?]. Paperback. 28p. (mimeographed). Wrapper. 22cm. Cover slightly soiled and discolored, minor spotting. A uncommon anthology of poems (some of them possibly pirated), plus a few quotations, from 43 authors. Leftyist, anti-racist, anti-Vietnam War orientation. African American Poets represented include Countee Cullen, Claude McKay, Langston Hughes, LeRoi...