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1 Bukowski, Charles; Dorbin, Sandy, edited by OUT OF SIGHT *90: A Primer of Domestic Poetry
(Wichita, Kansas): Out of Sight Library, [1974]. First edition, first printing: a chapbook original. Fine, in stapled, printed wraps. Inscribed and SIGNED by editor/poet Dorbin to rear cover. 
Slender chapbook anthology edited by Dorbin, (her "Aubade" is one of the selections), with works by Teo Savory, David Kherdian, Marco Fraticelli, Jim Hawks, William Stafford, and Charles Bukowski, whose "Mine" adorns the front cover. 
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2 Bukowski, Charles; Bruce, Lenny; Corso, Gregory; Martin, Anthony, et alia RENAISSANCE 3: science fiction (??) issue
(San Francisco, Cal.): (Rennaissance Publications), (1962). First edition, first printing: a 6x9 inch periodical. Very near to fine, an unread copy in perfect-bound, illustrated, cardstock wraps that show some mild rubbing and faint soiling. 
This issue of the counter-culture literary mag includes Bukowski's "Four Poems: War and Piece, The Biggest Breasts, Information Upon an Empire of Coin"; Bruce has a piece on Jack Paar (!); Corso, "Fragment from the Decadence"; many other contributors. 
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3 Bukowski, Charles THE MOVIE CRITICS
Santa Rosa, California: Black Sparrow Press, 1988. First separate edition: chapbook issue. Chapbook. Fine, staplebound in illustrated wraps. Small octavo. 
Colorful, sweet production of the Bukowski poem, published as a New Year's greeting for the friends of the Black Sparrow Press. A signed, limited issue was also produced. 
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4 (Bukowski, Charles; David Barker). Malone, Marvin, editor THE WORMWOOD REVIEW: 94
Stockton, CA: The Wormwood Review Press, 1984. First edition, first printing: limited to 700 numbered copies, the first 70 being SIGNED by David Barker; this being #43. Fine in staplebound illustrated beige wraps. Octavo. 40 pages. 
Volume 24, Number 2 with three contributions by Charles Bukowski ("Of Course," "Swinging From the Dumb Hook," "Promenade"), a special center section of David Barker poems, and poems by Gerald Locklin, et alia. 
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5 (Bukowski, Charles; S.K. Morgan). Malone, Marvin, editor THE WORMWOOD REVIEW: 96
Stockton, CA: The Wormwood Review Press, 1984. First edition, first printing: limited to 700 numbered copies, the first 70 being SIGNED by S.K. Morgan; this is #49. Mild age-toning, else fine in staplebound illustrated pale blue wraps. Octavo. 40 pages. 
Volume 24, Number 4 with two contributions by Charles Bukowski ("Confession," "The Mutilation of the Species"), a special center section of S.K. Morgan poems, and additional poems by thirteen other poets. 
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6 Bukowski, Charles WHAT THEY WANT
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1977. First separate issue: an unknown number of copies were issued, 75 of which were signed; this copy is unsigned. Chapbook. Fine chapbook, printed in red, black and gold on a single sheet of cream card stock, folded once, with decorative cartouche and device to cover, edges deckled; the poem is printed within in black with decorative red initial. 
Bukowski's poem lists a catalogue of doomed, murdering or suicidal artists and writers, concluding "--that's what they want:/a God damned show/a lit billboard/in the middle of hell." Published to "celebrate the opening of Maurice F. Neville Rare Books." 
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