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Title: A Boy's Guide to Arson
Author: Jarret Keene

Copyright 2008. "...an extraordinary collection. At times elegiac, at time angry. Spiritual. Philosophical. Incantory. Experimental…." --Jim Daniels

ISBN: 978-0-929730-83-7

Price: 13.95

Title: and the whole time I was quite happy
Author: Marc Pietrzykowski

Copyright 2008. "Many books use this space for marketing blurbs, endorsements meant to influence the prospective buyer via name recognition…This book lacks such blurbs, not because the author has no recognizable friends or mentors to call on, but simply because he has chosen to be contrary, a stance he has found both useful and fun over the years…"
Barbarosa Snar-Snar

ISBN: 978-0-929730-86-8

Price: 12.95

Title: Bad Dog Blues
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 1999.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-01-1

Price: 5.95

Title: Berkeley Street Cannibals
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 1976 by Julia Vinograd. Newly available from Zeitgeist-Press. Selected poems 1969-1976 from someone who could "perhaps be called the quintessential street poet". Capable of "making the rags dance and the dust turn to flame".

ISBN: 0-9606346-1-4

Price: 8.95

Title: Blues For The Berkeley Inn
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 1991. Berkeley's veteran street poet writes of displacement from what was long her home, and of other experiences.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-33-2

Price: 8.95

Title: Bone Needles
Author: Anthology Multiple Authors

Copyright 2005. Bone Needles… [is] a masterfully arranged collection that touches upon a wide range of themes… and reveals a wonderful depth and diversity. From beginning to end, the poems in this collection are finely crafted and… certainly dispel those misconceptions that would relegate Las Vegas writers to a status not quite equivalent to artists in other large metropolitan communities. Indeed, it is the personal depths to which these poems take us that should engage the interest of anyone interested in the literary arts. Beyond question, the collection’s skillfully crafted pieces reveal that Las Vegas’ community of poets has become home to a number of writers whose works richly deserve our attention and praise.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-75-2

Price: 10.95

Title: Book of Rebellions
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 2013. "Bruce Isaacson's new chapbook incudes The Psychotropic Cubist Crucifixion, The Oncological Argument, and The Mashed Potato Rebellion."

ISBN: ZP-BI-BOR-13

Price: 5.00

Title: Buttering the Wind
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2013. "The latest from Berkeley's classic, famed street poet."

ISBN: 978-0-929730-98-1

Price: 8.95

Title: Cannibal Café
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2014. New & Selected Works 2006-2014. "I feel nothing but the greatest admiration for her, her power and integrity, and the work she's done both on the page and in her life over these many years." --Diane di Prima

ISBN: 978-1-940572-01-7

Price: 8.95

Title: Cannibal Casserole New & Selected Poems 1996-2006
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2006. "When we are ashes and people will want to know of the streets in this area of America, it will be Julia's work that will be most read, I assure you." - Jack Hirschman

ISBN: 978-0-929730-78-3

Price: 8.95

Title: Cockymoon
Author: Jack Micheline

Copyright 2016. Jack Micheline was the greatest street poet of the 20th century, a memorable bardic balladeer celebrating the distress and divinity of urban Americans.

ISBN: 978-1-940572-08-6

Price: 18.00

Title: Dogs In Lingerie (expanded edition)
Author: Danielle Willis

Copyright 1990. "a fierce and dazzling writer who sees the world for what it is." -- Dennis Cooper

ISBN: 978-0-929730-22-6

Price: 8.95

Title: Dumbstruck at the Lights
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 2008. Who among us hasn't been dumbstruck at the lights in the sky or the light in the refrigerator for that matter?

ISBN: 978-0-929730-82-0

Price: 12.95

Title: Evil Spirits and their Secretaries
Author: David West

Copyright 2002. David West is a great poet, of humor, insight and power. This book was all written during the era of the Café Babar reading in San Francisco in the 1980s and early-1990s. "The new blues are gray/There's no money in pain/I feel very little/They just bill me…" -- Excerpt

ISBN: 978-0-929730-53-0

Price: 14.00

Title: Falling Sky
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2011. Julia Vinograd is a Berkeley street poet. She has published 57 books of poetry and won the American Book Award of The Before Columbus Foundation. She has three poetry CD collections: Bubbles and Bones, Eye of the Hand, and The Book of Jerusalem. She received a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa. She has a Poetry Lifetime Achievement Award from the City of Berkeley. She won a Pushcart Prize for her poem “The Young Men Who Died of AIDS”. She was one of the four editors of the anthology New American Underground Poetry Vol. 1: The Babarians of San Francisco— Poets from Hell.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-93-6

Price: 8.95

Title: Faster Than the Speed of Hope
Author: Donna M. Lane

Copyright 2010. Donna Lane is a poet of considerable talent, who writes directly of love, redemption and the beauty of everyday life. After submitting 15 pages of this book, Donna won a $1500 finalist award in poetry from the for the 2011 Astraea Foundation Lesbian Writer's Fund Award. Bravo, Donna!

ISBN: 978-0-929730-91-2

Price: 14.00

Title: Flying at Cafe Babar CD
Author: Eli Coppola

Copyright 2006. CD Recorded in March and June of 1988. Readings by Eli Coppola. Outstanding!

ISBN: 0-929730-CD-X

Price: 10.00

Title: Frayed
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 2014. Bruce Isaacson liced in Oakland, Michoacan, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Paris, New York City, Leningrad, and Las Vegas. He is publisher of Zeitgeist Press and author of a score of books and chapbooks.

ISBN: ZP Chapbook Frayed

Price: 6.00

Title: Ghosts Among the Neon
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 2005. "...uses 'pop' language and images from news media, advertising, chews it up and spits it back, for subversion, and no one is slicker or deadlier at that than lsaacson... the ideal poetic guerilla... a master of irony, the offbeat metaphor, poems that keep on ticking on the mind after they end in a sudden silence." --Richard Silberg, Poetry Flash

ISBN: 978-0-929730-70-7

Price: 11.95

Title: Going For The Low Blow
Author: Vampyre Mike Kassel

Copyright 1990. "...the rightful heir to the mantle of Charles Addams" -- Inland Books

ISBN: 978-0-929730-13-4

Price: 5.95

Title: Graffiti
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 1988.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-00-4

Price: 8.95

Title: Habitat
Author: Joie Cook

Copyright 2007. NEW from Beatitude Press, Habitat, the long-awaited Selected Works (1981-2006) from poetry firebrand JOIE COOK. Joie's books and performances are legendary in San Francisco, though her habitat has included New York, New Orleans, Baltimore, Provincetown, San Diego, Portland and Seattle. Especially beloved in bohemian poetry communities in North Beach and the Mission district of San Francisco, Joie Cook was the first featured poet inaugurating the infamous Cafe Babar series of the 1980s. Her work is widely appreciated and admired, hence this new Selected Works is cause for great celebration at Zeitgeist Press. Thus, for a limited time, the book is available at the special price of $10.00 (100 pages) in celebration of the classic work by this Zeitgeist author.

ISBN: 0-9795651-0-3

Price: 14.95

Title: Handle With Care
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2016.

ISBN: 978-1-910572-05-5

Price: 5.00

Title: Hell Soup
Author: Sparrow13 LaughingWand

Copyright 1996 Sparrow 13 LaughingWand /Manic D Press "His inimitable character portraits and depiction of life on society's fringe are at once haunting and unforgettable."

ISBN: 0-916397-43-2

Price: 8.95

Title: How Sweet It Is
Author: Q.R Hand Jr.

Copyright 1996. "we all free to be as we can/lords and ladies in the streets we be in/buildin on facts in all the sounds happenin" -- q.r. hand, jr.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-55-4

Price: 5.95

Title: I Want a New Gun
Author: David Lerner

Copyright 2006. BACK IN PRINT David Lerner published four books of poetry. His articles ran in the San Francisco Examiner- Chronicle, Mother Jones, California and other newspapers and magazines. He was also a founder and editor of Zeitgeist Press. When this, his first book, was published, he was thirty-six, living in Berkeley, California, and was an energetic participant in the Thursday night readings at Café Babar in San Francisco. David Lerner died in 1997. Want a New Gun David Lerner David Lerner, with poet Anna Wolfe, Cafe Babar, 1987.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-03-5

Price: 12.95

Title: I Want To Kill Everything
Author: Vampyre Mike Kassel

Copyright 1990. "The creator of 'anti-normal wonder' " -- Scavenger Neweletter

ISBN: 978-0-929730-25-7

Price: 5.95

Title: In the Seasons of My Eye
Author: Marty Matz

Copyright 2005. Goodie Publications Panther Books. 189 pgs. "The definitive collection by the Beat Surrealist Master. Marty died in 2001, but his inimitable voice and brilliant imagery live on in this collection."

ISBN: 978-0-9708476-3-8

Price: 16.00

Title: Joie in Chaps: the Collected Chapbooks of Joie Cook
Author: Joie Cook

Copyright 2013. Joie Cook died in 2013. "Joie Cook is THE no-bullshit voice of post-Beat, pro-punk, late-Capitalist San Francisco, who calls it like she sees it, INcisively. She is the rantmaster, the soothsayer, the truthteller channeling song and shuriken and chakras like there was no tomorrow." -from the Editor’s Note by Richard Loranger

ISBN: 978-0-929730-99-8

Price: 17.00

Title: Look What The Cat Dragged In Again
Author: Whitman McGowan

Copyright 2012. Spoken word accompanied by the music of multi-instrumentalist Don Kirby and sitarist Baba Ganoush from Pasadena, plus Canadian duo Johnny and Johnny.

ISBN: 0-929730-WGCD

Price: 10.00

Title: Love Poems for the Wicked
Author: Brian Morrisey

Copyright 2007. “When Brian Morrissey is in a poem’s rage, the rage often writes him in the form of new combinations of images which he is simply the receptive vessel for. Such a path is the only one for a socially engaged contemporary poet. Morrisey is such a one and he’s on that path.”
–Jack Hirschman

ISBN: 978-0-929730-80-6

Price: 5.95

Title: Meet Your Monster
Author: Anthology Multiple Authors

Copyright 2011. A Journal of Writing and Art by Notable Writers and 16 Young People. Edited by Allen Isaacson, Eleanor Hastings and Daniel Quevedo. Including Allen Ginsberg's Final Poem, 'A Poem' by Robert Hass, Commentary from Erich Fromm, Poems by Willis Barnstone, Julia Vinograd, Jack Foley and David Lerner.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-95-0

Price: 14

Title: My Body Is A War Toy
Author: Joie Cook

Copyright 1900. Since the age of three, Joie Cook has spent most of her life. She's a well-known firebrand of San Francisco's poetry haunts.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-26-4

Price: 5.95

Title: Night
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2013. I stand by my window at night And look out. You stand by your window at night and look out. Can we see each other?

ISBN: 978-1-940572-01-7

Price: 8.95

Title: Outlaw Of The Lowest Planet
Author: Jack Micheline

Copyright 1993. "Micheline sees beauty. Loves life. Testifies to the fallen world made pure through the eyes of a child, eyes of a poet, the vision of a man with the courage to love this modern mess and fill life with song." -- Bruce Isaacson

ISBN: 978-0-929730-47-9

Price: 5.95

Title: Panic
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2009. “Julia Vinograd is the well-known street poet and unofficial poet laureate of Berkeley, CA. Her work is acknowledged for bridging life seen from the perspective of the least of us, and the view in common to us all as humans. This book, Panic, in response to the panic too many of us find ourselves in of late, contains a unique depiction of Pan on the cover. To those who have ears, let them hear.”

ISBN: 978-0-929730-89-9

Price: 8.95

Title: Pirate Lerner
Author: David Lerner

AUDIO CD Copyright 2005 Zeitgeist-Press and the Estate of David Lerner

ISBN: BootlegCD

Price: 10.00

Title: POESY 30th Edition Magazine
Author: Cafe Babar

Copyright 2005. POESY is an anthology for poets across the country. Our goal is to unite the Eastern and Western poets across the US. We publish inspirational poetry, photos, reviews, interviews, articles, readings, and whatever fits best.

ISBN: ISSN#1541-8162

Price: 2.00

Title: She is Fighting Love
Author: Joie Cook

Copyright 2013. Edited by Richard Loranger. Joie Cook died in 2013. "No longer marginal to her great personality but, outside herself, poetically recognized and deservedly so." -Jack Hirschman

ISBN: 978-1-940572-00-0

Price: 14.00

Title: Skull and Crosswords
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2005. Julia Vinograd is a Berkeley street poet. She has published 50 books of poetry, and won the American Book Award of The Before Columbus Foundation. She has three poetry CD collections: Bubbles and Bones, Eye of the Hand, and The Book Of Jerusalem. She received a BA. from the University of California at Berkeley and an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa. She received the 2004 Poetry Lifetime Achievement Award from the City of Berkeley.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-69-1

Price: 8.95

Title: Some Angels Wear Black
Author: Eli Coppola

Copyright 2005. Issued by Manic D. Press. Distributed by Zeitgeist-Press. "Eli inspired me to give in to my own wildest nature, my own violent claw at love, my own hunt and impatient struggle. She taught me to pet and expose the part of myself most desperate for love, taught me that desperation for love and its most basic expression, sex, is nothing more than a desperation to live, which is holy." -- from the introduction by Michelle Tea

ISBN: 0-916397-71-8

Price: 13.95

Title: Special Effects
Author: David P. Gollub

Copyright 1992. "These poems are as relentless as daybreak/ or eating a slice of bread. And of the/ processes that have to be done to stay/ alive. And therefore come to be known/ as natural.// They are the mail your mother never got/ from the priest or the game show. But/ Should have. It is our good luck that/ they are now discovered." -- Paul Landry

ISBN: 978-0-929730-41-7

Price: 5.95

Title: Street Samurai
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 1989. "Frontline social perceptions… Vinograd's verse reports on the total exchange of society's recent invasion of her familiar Telegraph haunts…" -- Tom Clark, SF Chronicle

ISBN: 978-0-929730-10-3

Price: 8.95

Title: Street Talk
Author: Harry Fagel

Copyright 1999. ...a street cop gone poet or maybe poet gone street cop...(only you can decide).

ISBN: 978-0-929730-63-9

Price: 10.00

Title: Styrofoam Ghosts
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 1993.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-48-6

Price: 8.95

Title: Sudden Windows
Author: Richard Loranger

Copyright 2016. "...To my mind, the prose poem has never had a more adept practitioner. Echoes and enjambment, like the eddies themselves, drift and float throughout the text. Add a pinch of anger, a tablespoon of despair and a cup of rage and you have a book that, shot out like a rocket to space, shall endure through the ages. I'd like to read this book in heaven."--Joan Gelfand, author of The Long Blue Room and Here and Abroad

ISBN: 978-1-940572-06-2

Price: 15.00

Title: Tango
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 2015. Bruce Isaacson has lived in Oakland, California, Michoacan, Mexico, L.A., New York City, and Leningrad, Russia. He is known as a proponent of the Cafe Babar readings SF 1980s spoken word. He currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada where he serves as Poet Laureate for Clark County.

ISBN: Zchap2015bi

Price: 6.00

Title: Tenderloin Rose
Author: Kathleen Wood

Copyright 2015. Kathleen Wood came to San Francisco from Kansas. She earned a B.A. magna cum laude from SF State University and an M.A. in psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She has participated in a number of fecund art scenes, including the 1980s punk music scene, the 1980s poetry community, the SF anarchist movement and others. She has previously published three books of poetry.

ISBN: 978-1-940572-03-1

Price: 14.00

Title: Testimony
Author: Maura Oconnor

Copyright 2013. "An instant classic, from the poet most associated with David Lerner. When Maura's poems reach you, you will know, by feeling, how limitless love rides shotgun to disaster. Maura's poetry is a flame cupped against a hurricane. Yet Maura never stops believing. How? Why? Because, as she says, love demands it."

ISBN: 978-0-929730-97-4

Price: 14.00

Title: The Bruised Angels' Almanac
Author: Susan Birkeland

Copyright 2006.
"Love is no matter what
Mercy is no matter how
Justice is no matter who
Hope is no matter when."

ISBN: 978-0-929730-77-6

Price: 5.95

Title: The Cities Of Madame Curie
Author: Laura Conway

Copyright 1989. "Laura Conway is a fine poet, a unique human being whose broad vision encompasses this nation and the world. Her love of life moves out across the cities. Read The Cities of Madame Curie out loud to yourself. Bravo Laura!" -- Jack Micheline, December 1988

ISBN: 978-0-929730-08-0

Price: 8.95

Title: The Dead Artist Talks Back
Author: Vampyre Mike Kassel

Copyright 2010. “All poems in the new Zeitgeist book are previously unpublished material found in the Vampyre’s infamous SF SRO hotel room after his death. Knee-slappingly funny, plus outrageous, even philosophical and poignant, here is the best of one of those who gave his life to the San Francisco arts scene. With a dearth of drawings by Mike, Joseph Mitchell, and others."

ISBN: 978-0-929730-90-5

Price: 14.00

Title: The Graceful Arc of a Missile
Author: David Lerner

Copyright 2008. It's a neat thing that the book was translated and published in Germany, a great homage to our American Outlaw Poet David Lerner. In English & German (facing pages).

ISBN: GermanTranslation

Price: 14.95

Title: The Horizontal Poet
Author: Jan Steckel

Congratulations to Jan Steckel, nominated for a 2012 Lambda Literary Award! Copyright 2011. Jan Steckel is a retired Harvard and Yale trained pediatrician, an activist for bisexual and disability rights, a poet, and a writer. Her poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared widely. She is the recipient of the Gertrude Press Fiction Chapbook Award and a Rainbow Award for lesbian and bisexual poetry. She lives in Oakland, California with her husband, Hew Wolff.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-94-3

Price: 14

Title: The Hummingbird Graveyard
Author: Maura Oconnor

Copyright 1992. "I know this/the way I know/sunrise and sunset/are caused by the endless turning/of the Earth." -- Excerpt

ISBN: 978-0-929730-35-6

Price: 5.95

Title: The Last Five Miles to Grace
Author: David Lerner

Copyright 2005. "Lerner was a broken-down saint if there ever was one. He was an eloquent screamer, a soft-spoken rageoholic, a madman with a great manuscript. His poetry will always be a reminder of a time when poetry in the Mission was spontaneous, magical, and more than a little bit dangerous." -- Bucky Sinister, San Francisco Bay Guardian

ISBN: 978-0-929730-72-1

Price: 12.95

Title: The Laziest Secretary
Author: Jennifer Blowdryer

Copyright 2008. Illustrations by Beppi, "…hilarious, sexy, honest, and just a hell of a lot of fun to read" --Jonathan Ames, author of WAKE UP, SIR

ISBN: 978-0-929730-87-5

Price: 12.95

Title: The Queen of Shade
Author: Sparrow 13 LaughingWand

Copyright 1993. "...i love intense print media, hard rock music, poetry, getting high, deep weirdness and movies that leave scars on your brain. My life is rich in friends and awash with drama." --Sparrow 13 LaughingWand

ISBN: 978-0-929730-44-8

Price: 5.95

Title: The Revolution of 1964 Mother-Daughter Poems
Author: Lenore Waters and Jennifer Blowdryer

Copyright 2007. Anything I Call you
You deny
I don't know where I got Socialist from
I don't even know what it means
Except that when I said
Did you know that James Brown was once a janitor?
You snapped
"No one IS a janitor, that's just a job that people do!"

ISBN: 978-0-929730-79-0

Price: 5.95

Title: The Satin Arcane
Author: Jack Hirschman

Copyright 1991. Jack Hirschman is the author of more than 55 books of poetry and translations from eight languages. He has taken the free exchange of poetry and politics into the streets, where he is, in the words of poet Luke Breit, called, "America's most important living poet." He uses his skills to help awaken the American people to homelessness as an expression of a system that can no longer take care of its people. His impassioned readings challenge his audience. He speaks on the artist's role in social transformation. 

ISBN: 978-0-929730-36-3

Price: 5.95

Title: The Underwater Hospital
Author: Jan Steckel

Copyright 2006. Pushcart-nominated writer Jan Steckel is a bisexual activist and a Harvard- and Yale-trained pediatrician. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic and cared for Spanish-speaking families in California at a county hospital and at a large HMO. In 2001, she left the practice of medicine to write full-time. Her poems, short stories and nonfiction pieces have appeared in print and online publications such as Scholastic Magazine, Yale Medicine, So to Speak, Margin and Lodestar Quarterly. She has performed her poems and stories as a featured reader at numerous West Coast venues. Her work has won writing awards and has been widely anthologized. She lives in Oakland, California with her lord and webmaster, Hew Wolff, who designed her web site at www.jansteckel.com.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-76-9

Price: 5.00

Title: Toxic Vaudeville
Author: Vampyre Mike Kassel

Copyright 2010. "Ajax press book that features Poetry and Prose by the ever-popular writer, musician and creature of the night who passed away in 2008. Some of his most popular pieces are here, including his famous elegy for poet Jack Micheline."

ISBN: 0-9801607-0-3

Price: 14.00

Title: Uncommon Knowledge
Author: Whitman McGowan

114 pages. “As bluesmen bend notes, so Whitman McGowan bends language.” –Bob Holman ...“He’s one of the head clowns in the back room.” –Jack Micheline ...“Whitman, you are weirder than three hippies.” –Vampyre Mike Kassel

ISBN: 978-1-880298-04-6

Price: 15.00

Title: Undercover
Author: Harry Fagel

Copyright 2004. "Enjoy the safety of your armchair now, the streets will look very different from now on..." -- Dayvid Figler

ISBN: 978-0-929730-71-4

Price: 14.00

Title: Virgin Eyes
Author: MK Chavez

Copyright 2007. Berkeley writer MK Chavez writes poetry about real things, love, strippers, the beauty that can be found in ugliness, the mystery of feeling bad about feeling good, little birds, big consequences. Her work has been anthologized in both print and online literary journals. You can find more information about her poetry at www.littlebrownsparrow.com.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-85-1

Price: 5.95

Title: Westering Angels
Author: Eliot Schain

Copyright 2014. "Eliot Schain is a treasure-a poet with a sharp edge and a broad canvass. Some artists have irony, some have vision; Schain has both, and tests them against each other with fire and wit. The results are wild, beautiful, and necessary." -- D. Nurske

ISBN: 978-0-578-14979-0

Price: 14.00

Title: What You Remember of Life
Author: Bruce Isaacson

Copyright 2010. The latest and perhaps the best from Bruce Isaacson, a poet who turns life’s messiest moments into gems.

ISBN: 0-929730-chap

Price: 5.95

Title: When God Gets Drunk
Author: Julia Vinograd

Copyright 2007. A new book by poet Julia Vinograd!!!

ISBN: 978-0-929730-84-4

Price: 8.95

Title: When Theres No More Room In Heck
Author: Chris Trian

Copyright 1990. Chris Trian is a cook a painter a sculptor a libertine a lover of women an anarchist a sexhibitionist and a witch. His religion is freedom, fornication, and food. He lives in San Francisco.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-27-1

Price: 5.95

Title: whose really blues
Author: Q.R Hand Jr.

Copyright 2008. "Q.R. Hand's poetry traverses the terrains of form, music, and language. This is an inspired, well crafted poetry that is political in intent and sprited in execution…"
- Reginald Lockett, author of The Party Crashers of Paradise
Taurean Horn Press

ISBN: 978-0-931552-13-7

Price: 16.95

Title: Wild Kingdom
Author: Vampyre Mike Kassel

Copyright 1992. "poetry [of]…the supernatural horror story told with color and restraint." --Fritz Leiber, LOCUS

ISBN: 978-0-929730-40-0

Price: 5.95

Title: Without Doubt
Author: Andy Clausen

Copyright 1991. "The expensive bullshit of Government TV poetics suffers diminution of credibility placed side by side with Mr. Clauseh's direct information and raw insight. Would he were, I'd take my chance on a President Clausen!" -- from the Introduction by Allen Ginsberg

ISBN: 978-0-929730-32-5

Price: 8.95

Title: Wrong Wrong Wrong
Author: Jennifer Blowdryer

Copyright 1991. "...funny and smart, with a self deprecating tone that's all too often missing from young urban fiction these days." -- LA Reader

ISBN: 978-0-929730-34-9

Price: 5.95

Title: You, Of Course
Author: David P. Gollub

Copyright 2011. David P.Goliub was born in 1951, the son of an opera singer and a trial lawyer. He got a BA from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Stanford. He met David Lerner in Palo Alto in 1973. Lerner got him his first poetry publication. He has been on the Bay Area poetry scene since April 7, 1983, when he showed up at the Old Spaghetti Factory in North Beach. He participated in the Cafe Babar reading series in the Mission, and for a time ran the series. It was at the Babar that he reencountered David Lerner. He also edited and published Bull Horn, a monthly poetry magazine. He lives in the Tendernob area of San Francisco.

ISBN: 978-0-929730-96-7

Price: 14

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