A Fresh Batch of Used Books

We’ve still got a few more boxes of used titles to paw through and price, but we’re making progress, and finding some nice surprises along the way. We hope you’ll agree.

The Selected Poems 1951–1977 by A.R. Ammons ($6.50 paperback, 1st printing, with several titles highlighted, but clean text)
An Origin Like Water: Collected Poems 1967–1987 by Eavan Boland ($4.50 pb, 1st, with stained back cover)
Bloodfire: A Poem by Fred Chappell ($4.50 pb)
Points for a Compass Rose by Evan S. Connell ($7.50 pb)
The Bridge by Hart Crane ($4.50 pb, Liveright, 1970)
Local Visitations by Stephen Dunn ($13.50 hardcover, 1st)
The Bunker in the Parsley Fields by Gary Gildner ($3.50 pb)
Poems 1934–1969 by David Ignatow ($8.50 pb, 1st)
People One Ought to Know: Nonsense Poems by Christopher Isherwood, illustrated by Sylvain Mangeot ($7.50 hc, 1st UK)
Poems 1968–1972 by Denise Levertov ($6.50 pb)
Only the Dreamer Can Change the Dream by John Logan ($4.50 pb)
The Marvelous Arithmetics of Distance: Poems 1987–1992 by Audre Lorde ($4.50 pb)
Partial Accounts: New and Selected Poems by William Meredith ($10.50 pb, 1st)
Collected Poems by George Oppen ($8.50 pb, with gift greeting on false title page)
Nature: Poems Old and New by May Swenson ($10.50 pb, 1st)
Complete Poems by Andrew Young ($4.50 pb)
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The Best American Poetry 1988 edited by John Ashbery & David Lehman ($10.50 pb, with several titles highlighted, but clean text)
The Best American Poetry 1989 edited by Donald Hall & David Lehman ($2.50 pb, with water damage & several titles highlighted, but clean text)
Breaking Silence: An Anthology of Contemporary Asian American Poets edited by Joseph Bruchac ($9.50 pb)
City Lights Pocket Poets Anthology edited by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ($9.50 hc, 3rd, 1997)
Civil War Poetry: An Anthology edited by Paul Negri ($3.50 pb)
The Made Thing: An Anthology of Southern Poetry edited by Leon Stokesbury ($8.50 pb)
Poetry by Canadian Women edited by Rosemary Sullivan ($7.50 pb)