POWELL, Colin (1937- )
My American Journey. Random House, 1995. Signed First Edition, second issue. Hardbound. Not price-clipped. Comes with proof of in-person signing.
ROBINSON, Henry Morton (1898-1961)
American novelist, best known for A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake written with Joseph Campbell and his 1950 novel The Cardinal, which Time magazine called the year’s most popular book fiction or nonfiction. Robinson also served as senior editor with The Reader’s Digest. THE CARDINAL – First Edition, 1950 Simon & Schuster, New York; hardbound; […]
Schreyvogel, Ruth and Horan, James (1861 – 1912)
Book: “The Life and Art of Charles Schreyvogel 1861 – 1912”
Book: The Art of the Handwritten Note: A Guide to Reclaiming Civilized Communication. Random House, NY, 2002; hardbound with dust jacket, 153 pgs. Near mint. Although published some 13 years ago, Margaret Shepherd’s little volume continues to offer helpful advice to devotees of handwriting. Observes Shepherd A handwritten note is like dining by candlelight instead […]
SPENDER, (Sir) Stephen (1909-95)
English poet, novelist, and essayist who concentrated on themes of social injustice and the class struggle in his work. He was appointed Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the US Library of Congress in 1965. BOOK: Stephen Spender Journals: 1939-1983, edited by John Goldsmith. Signed First Edition, The Franklin Library, 1985. Leather with gilt titles. […]
STYRON, William (1925-2006)
Sophies Choice. First Trade Edition, hardbond, signed by Styron. PLEASE INQUIRE FOR MORE DETAILS.
The Steam Room Diaries
Signed First US Edition: The Steam Room Diaries. Published by Tumbleweed Books (ISBN: 978-1-928094-08-01); softbound 238 pgs. Father Miller has signed and dated this copy on the title page. The author describes this writing genre as God Noir – the sacred darkness in which God hides in plain sight where least expected — a dilapidated […]
Book: “The Vatican”