Item Summary Report

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1 Junkie 1953 New York: Ace Books, Inc., 1953. First. Not as much yellowing as is typical. Schottlaender A1a, Maynard & Miles A1a.
2 Junkie 1953 New York: Ace Books, Inc., 1953. First. Signed by Burroughs, dated "Nov. 6, 1985". Yellowing and fragile, bookseller's sticker on inside front cover. Schottlaender A1a, Maynard & Miles A1a.
3 Junkie 1957 London: Digit Books, 1957. First English. In custom clamshell case. Schottlaender A1b, Maynard & Miles A1b.
4 The Black Mountain Review 7 1957 Black Mountain, North Carolina: Black Mountain College, 1957. Contains Burroughs' "From Naked Lunch, Book III" on page 144, under the pseudonym William Lee. Per Brian Cassidy: "A unique association copy of the final issue of one of the most important small magazines of the 20th century - specially bound by R'lene LaFleur Howell Dahlberg for her husband Edward Dahlberg. ... 6.5" x 4.75". Quarter black leather with marbled boards, specially bound by R'lene (Howell) Dahlberg. Decorative endpapers. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Signed by Edward H. Marshall on page 38 at his poem "Leave the World Alone." Some page toning and light edgewear. Near fine."
5 British Journal of Addiction 53(2) 1957-01 n.p., 1957-01. Offprint of Burroughs' article "Letter From A Master Addict To Dangerous Drugs." Limited to 50 copies. Signed by Burroughs, inscribed to Nelson Lyon "For Nelson, William S. Burroughs October 20, 1992." With postmarked envelope with William Burroughs Communications return address. Schottlaender C3, Maynard & Miles C1b.
6 Chicago Review 12(3) 1958 n.p., 1958. Soiled and worn on the spine. Schottlaender C5, Maynard & Miles C5.
7 Big Table 1 1959 n.p., 1959. Schottlaender C7, Maynard & Miles C6.
8 Big Table 2 1959 n.p., 1959. Schottlaender C8, Maynard & Miles C7.
9 New Departures 1 1959 n.p., 1959. Signed by Burroughs at second entry "2: Coke Bugs." Schottlaender C11, Maynard & Miles C8.
10 The Naked Lunch 1959 Paris: The Olympia Press, 1959. First. Signed by Burroughs. With slight chipping and tearing on dust jacket spine. Schottlaender A2a, Maynard & Miles A2a.
11 Big Table 4 1960 n.p., 1960. Schottlaender C14, Maynard & Miles C16.
12 Minutes To Go 1960 Paris: Two Cities Editions, 1960. First. Slightly soiled wrappers with wear on spine. Schottlaender A4a, Maynard & Miles A3a.
13 The Exterminator 1960 San Francisco: The Auerhahn Press, 1960. First. Yellowing on edges. Schottlaender A3a, Maynard & Miles A4a.
14 The Exterminator 1960 San Francisco: The Auerhahn Press, 1960. First. Little yellowing. Schottlaender A3a, Maynard & Miles A4a.
15 Rhinozeros 5 1961 n.p., 1961. Schottlaender C34, Maynard & Miles C38.
16 The Floating Bear 5 1961 n.p., 1961. Schottlaender C24, Maynard & Miles C31 and C32.
17 The Outsider 1 1961 n.p., 1961. Schottlaender C33, Maynard & Miles C35.
18 The Soft Machine 1961 Paris: The Olympia Press, 1961. First. Schottlaender A5a, Maynard & Miles A5a.
19 From Naked Lunch 1962 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1962. Pre-publication brochure for Naked Lunch Grove Press edition. Signed and dated "12/18/87" by Burroughs. Schottlaender A2b1, Maynard & Miles F7.
20 Naked Lunch 1962 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1962. First American. Schottlaender A2b, Maynard & Miles A2b.
21 Rhinozeros 6 1962 n.p., 1962. Schottlaender C44, Maynard & Miles C43.
22 Rhinozeros 7 1962 n.p., 1962. Schottlaender C45, Maynard & Miles C45.
23 Takis 1962 n.p., 1962. Schottlaender G89, Maynard & Miles F5.
24 The Ticket That Exploded 1962 Paris: The Olympia Press, 1962. First. Schottlaender A6a, Maynard & Miles A6a.
25 The Ticket That Exploded 1962 Paris: The Olympia Press, 1962. First. Signed by Burroughs, inscribed "For Ralph", without dust jacket. Schottlaender A6a, Maynard & Miles A6a.
26 The Ticket That Exploded 1962 Paris: The Olympia Press, 1962. First. Signed by Burroughs. With slight yellowing on dust jacket. Schottlaender A6a, Maynard & Miles A6a.
27 Evergreen Review 6(22) 1962-01 n.p., 1962-01. Schottlaender C38, Maynard & Miles C39.
28 Dead Fingers Talk 1963 London: John Calder, 1963. First. Schottlaender A7a, Maynard & Miles A7a.
29 The Yage Letters 1963 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1963. First. Schottlaender A8a, Maynard & Miles A8a.
30 Arcade 1 1964 n.p., 1964. First state. Schottlaender C65, Maynard & Miles C84, C85, and C86.
31 Junkie 1964 New York, NY: Ace Books, 1964. First American, first state. Schottlaender A1c, Maynard & Miles A1c.
32 Junkie 1964 New York, NY: Ace Books, 1964. First American, second state. Schottlaender A1c, Maynard & Miles A1c.
33 Junkie 1964 New York, NY: Ace Books, 1972. First American, third state. Schottlaender A1c, Maynard & Miles A1c.
34 LSD: The Consciousness-Expanding Drug 1964 New York: Putnam, 1964. First. Personal copy of Owsley Stanley, signed by Stanley. Maynard & Miles B15a.
35 Nova Express 1964 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1964. First. Tear on spine of dust jacket. Schottlaender A10a, Maynard & Miles A10a.
36 Nova Express 1964 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1964. First. Signed by Burroughs, inscribed "For Gerald Holsinger with all best wishes William S. Burroughs July 27, 1965 New York". Schottlaender A10a, Maynard & Miles A10a.
37 Pry Yourself Loose And Listen 1964 Tangier, Morocco: Ira Cohen, 1964. First. In wrappers. Schottlaender A11.
38 Roosevelt After Inauguration 1964 New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. First. Schottlaender A12, Maynard & Miles A9a.
39 Roosevelt After Inauguration 1964 New York: Fuck You Press, 1964. First. Signed by Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, dated "1978" by Ginsberg. Schottlaender A12, Maynard & Miles A9a.
40 The Coldspring News 1964 Flint, MI: Fenian Head Centre Press, 1964. First. Per Brewer's Books: "This is one of the separately issued copies with no fold creases. Newsprint very tanned penciled price in upper right hand corner as it was sold in some bookstores in the '60's for ten cents each. ... No copyright at lower edge which according to Maynard and Miles (C124c) means it is a 'later state' ..." Schottlaender A9, Maynard & Miles C124c.
41 The Naked Lunch 1964 London: John Calder, 1964. First English. Schottlaender A2d, Maynard & Miles A2c.
42 The Naked Lunch 1964 London: John Calder, 1964. First English. An advance copy in the form of unbound signatures, uncut. Fingermarks, slightly soiled. Schottlaender A2d, Maynard & Miles A2c.
43 My Own Mag 9 1964-11-01 n.p., 1964-11-01. Schottlaender C89, Maynard & Miles C101.
44 Call Me Burroughs 1965 Paris: The English Bookshop, 1965. Schottlaender E6a.
45 Darazt 1965 London: Lovebooks Limited, 1965. Per Brian Cassidy: "Small narrow 4to. Printed French-fold wraps. [24]pp. VG+ with some rubbing, soil to wrappers. One of 500 numbered copies, this #99. INSCRIBED to title page: "For Philip Kaplan / all the best / William S. Burroughs." Issued as a companion to Lee Harwood's magazone TZARAD (Maynard & Miles B16). Includes Burroughs' "Who Is the Walks beside You Written 3rd?" Other contributors: Miles, Lee Harwood, and John Hopkins."
46 Health Bulletin: APO-33, A Metabolic Regulator 1965 New York: Fuck You Press, 1965. First. From James Musser's description: "Mimeographed sheets, stapled at the edge. The correct first edition. The legendarily rare Fuck You Press edition of this title published by Ed Sanders who abandoned the project before completion. According to Sanders "maybe as many as ten or twenty" copies were distributed before he halted publication due to Burroughs' dissatisfaction with the copy he'd received. Maynard and Miles state that "a good early copy was secured by Bill Beckman," and that is the copy offered here. Bill Beckman was an artist from Texas who designed album covers for The Fugs, and a good friend of Sanders who regularly gave him copies of current Fuck You Press publications. This copy bears Beckman's ownership signature on the title page. If only 10 or 20 copies did exist originally, far fewer have been accounted for. We know of only 3 copies in private hands, NUC and WORLDCAT turn up no copies in institutions (though there is a copy at Northwestern), and we've never seen a copy offered for sale. The cover sheet has pulled loose from two staples, else fine with all of the illustrations pasted in. Housed in a handsome clamshell box." Schottlaender A13a, Maynard & Miles A12a.
47 Nova Express 1965 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1965. Second, sixth printing. Wrappers partially separated from spine. Schottlaender A10b, Maynard & Miles A10b.
48 Paris Review 35 1965 n.p., 1965. Signed by Burroughs at entry. Schottlaender C119, Maynard & Miles C127 and E3.
49 Time 1965 New York: "C" Press, 1965. First. Number 91 of 100, signed by Burroughs and Gysin. Some wear on spine. Schottlaender A15a, Maynard & Miles A11a.
50 Time 1965 New York: "C" Press, 1965. First. Signed by Burroughs and Brion Gysin, who contributed four drawings. Number 22 of 100, some yellowing and wear on spine. Schottlaender A15a, Maynard & Miles A11a.
51 Valentine's Day Reading 1965 New York: The American Theatre for Poets, 1965. First. Per James Musser: "Program distributed on the occasion of Burroughs' appearance at the East End Theatre in New York, 1965, for a Valentine's Day reading sponsored by The American Theatre for Poets. Prints "Transcript of Dutch Schultz's Last Words" and "The Coldspring News." This is Lawrence Ferlinghetti's copy with the notation "Save for CLJ #3" in Ferlinghetti's hand. Ferlinghetti was apparently going to include this piece in City Lights Journal #3, but decided against it. Signed by William Burroughs." These are pages 1 through 6, lacking the cover sheet and page 7 ("The Coldspring News"). Schottlaender A16, Maynard & Miles F12.
52 The Marijuana Newsletter 1 1965-01-30 n.p., 1965-01-30. Schottlaender C107, Maynard & Miles C103.
53 My Own Mag 11 1965-02 n.p., 1965-02. Schottlaender C113 and C110, Maynard & Miles C105, C106, C107, and C108.
54 The Marijuana Newsletter 2 1965-03-15 n.p., 1965-03-15. Schottlaender C108, Maynard & Miles C110.
55 My Own Mag 12 1965-05 n.p., 1965-05. Schottlaender C114 and C96, Maynard & Miles C112 and C113.
56 My Own Mag 13 1965-08 n.p., 1965-08. Limited. Numbered 398 of 500. Schottlaender C115, Maynard & Miles C122.
57 My Own Mag 14 1965-12 n.p., 1965-12. Schottlaender C116 and C112, Maynard & Miles C131.
58 APO-33 Bulletin 1966 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1966. Second. Some yellowing and chipping of pages. Schottlaender A13b, Maynard & Miles A12b.
59 Naked Lunch 1966 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1966. Second printing. Schottlaender A2e, Maynard & Miles A2d.
60 Nova Express 1966 London: Jonathan Cape, 1966. First English. With wording on page 4 blacked out with black magic marker. Schottlaender A10c, Maynard & Miles A10c.
61 The Invisible Generation 1966 London: Project Sigma, 1966. First edition thus. 11 3/8" x 17", offset-printed on recto only. Schottlaender C146.
62 The Soft Machine 1966 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1966. First American. Schottlaender A5b, Maynard & Miles A5b.
63 East Side Review 1(1) 1966-01 n.p., 1966-01. Schottlaender C126, Maynard & Miles C132.
64 My Own Mag 15 1966-04 n.p., 1966-04. Schottlaender C142, Maynard & Miles C137, C138, C139, and C140.
65 BLOOM 1967 Detroit: Artist's Workshop Press, 1967. First edition. Staplebound mimeograph. Per Brian Cassidy: "Scarce book from John Sinclair's Detroit press. Ka illustrates erotic works by Allen Ginsberg, Whitman, William S. Burroughs, Corso, Gary Snyder, Kerouac, Tuli Kupferberg, and others. ... From an edition of 500 copies ... OCLC locates only 5 copies, almost all in Michigan. ... not in Morgan, Maynard & Miles, or McNeil." Also not in Schottlaender.
66 Burroughs Pelieu Kaufman 1967 Paris: L'Herne, 1967. First. Number 33 of 40. With uncut pages and with signed and numbered lithograph by Jean Helion laid in. Schottlaender A18a, Maynard & Miles D11.
67 Les lettres du Yage 1967 Paris: L'Herne, 1967. First French. Presentation copy inscribed by Burroughs "For Mary Beach and Claude Pelieu William Burroughs" , also signed by Allen Ginsberg "Allen Ginsberg Ah." Schottlaender D143, Maynard & Miles D10.
68 So Who Owns Death TV? 1967 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1967. First. Schottlaender A17a, Maynard & Miles A13a.
69 So Who Owns Death TV? 1967 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1967. First (variant). Some creasing in lower left hand corner and close to spine. Schottlaender A17a, Maynard & Miles A13a.
70 So Who Owns Death TV? 1967 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1967. Second. Slight evidence of price sticker removal on front wrapper. Schottlaender A17b, Maynard & Miles A13b.
71 The Soft Machine 1967 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1967. First American paperback. Owner's signature, some yellowing. Schottlaender A5c, Maynard & Miles A5c.
72 The Ticket That Exploded 1967 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1967. First American. Dust jacket slightly torn vertically on back. Schottlaender A6b, Maynard & Miles A6b.
73 The Ticket That Exploded 1967 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1967. First American. Signed by Burroughs. Dust jacket slightly yellowed. Schottlaender A6b, Maynard & Miles A6b.
74 Klacto 23 1967-09 n.p., 1967-09. Schottlaender C162, Maynard & Miles C174.
75 APO-33 Bulletin 1968 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1968. Third. Second printing of Beach edition. Schottlaender A13c, Maynard & Miles A12c.
76 Minutes To Go 1968 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1968. First American. Owner's signature. Schottlaender A4b, Maynard & Miles A3b.
77 Minutes To Go 1968 San Francisco: Beach Books, Texts and Documents, 1968. First American. Personal copy of Kathy Acker, signed by Acker. Schottlaender A4b, Maynard & Miles A3b.
78 The Soft Machine 1968 London: Calder & Boyars, 1968. First British. Inscribed by Burroughs to his agent Michael Henshaw "For Michael Henshaw with friendship and best wishes William S. Burroughs." Schottlaender A5d, Maynard & Miles A5d.
79 The Ticket That Exploded 1968 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1968. Second printing. Inscribed by Burroughs on title page “For Richard Aaron William S. Burroughs." Per Ken Lopez, at one time this was in the collection of Robert and Donna Jackson: "Jackson, a book collector long before he purchased Burroughs' papers, also acquired a number of other copies of Burroughs titles, including ... another group inscribed to Richard Aaron, the bookseller who had helped facilitate the sale of the [Vaduz] archive." Schottlaender A6c, Maynard & Miles A6c.
80 The Ticket That Exploded 1968 London: Calder & Boyars, 1968. First English. Signed by Burroughs, inscribed "For Brad". I obtained this item from Red Stodolsky of Baroque Books in Hollywood in the late Eighties; I remember Red smiling gnomically when he handed it to me, as if he'd arranged to get it inscribed for me, but I have no real proof that that was the case. Slight tear and rubbing on spine of dust jacket. Schottlaender A6d, Maynard & Miles A6d.
81 Apomorphine 1969 Paris: L'Herne, 1969. First. Per James Musser: "Softbound (no hardbound issued). First edition. Prints "Apomorphine" in it's entirety (in three-column style), as well as "Day the Records Went Up," "Coldspring News," "Parenthetically 7 Hertz," and more. Among the scarcer Burroughs items. Fine. (French text.)" Schottlaender A20, Maynard & Miles D14.
82 Entretiens avec William Burroughs 1969 Paris: Editions Pierre Belfond, 1969. First. Inscribed by Burroughs to the dealer and proprietor of Am Here Books, Richard Aaron: "For Richard Aaron, William Burroughs." Schottlaender H9a, Maynard & Miles A15a.
83 Fruit Cup 0 1969 n.p., 1969. Schottlaender C230, Maynard & Miles C243 and C244.
84 Intrepid 14/15 1969 Buffalo, NY: Intrepid Press, 1969. Per Brian Cassidy: "4to. Illustrated stiff wraps. Near fine. Trace soil to front cover. Internally fine. Bright, clean. Good and sound. 103pp. Special issue of De Loach's lit mag. Features contributions from Burroughs, Eric Mottram, Claude Pelieu, Carl Solomon, Carl Weissner, Barry Miles, and others." Schottlaender C234, Maynard & Miles C256, C257, C258, C259, C260, C261, C262, C263, and C264.
85 Le Ticket Qui Explosa 1969 Paris: Christian Bourgois Editeur, 1969. First French. Wrappers yellowed on spine. Schottlaender D123, Maynard & Miles D13.
86 The Dead Star 1969 San Francisco: The Nova Broadcast Press, 1969. First. Schottlaender A21, Maynard & Miles A14a.
87 The Dead Star 1969 San Francisco: The Nova Broadcast Press, 1969. First. Signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A21, Maynard & Miles A14a.
88 Wormwood Review 9, 4(36) 1969 n.p., 1969. Schottlaender C262, Maynard & Miles C247.
89 The Braille Film 1970 San Francisco: Nova Broadcast Press, 1970. Schottlaender G94, Maynard & Miles B55a.
90 The Job 1970 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1970. First. Schottlaender H9b, Maynard & Miles A16a.
91 The Job 1970 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1970. First. Signed by Burroughs, inscribed "To Mike”. Schottlaender H9b, Maynard & Miles A16a.
92 The Job 1970 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1970. First. Uncorrected proof. Comb-bound in slightly soiled faded orange wrappers. Schottlaender H9b, Maynard & Miles A16a.
93 The Job 1970 London: Jonathan Cape, 1970. First English. Personal copy of Allen Ginsberg, signed by Ginsberg and Burroughs. Inscribed by Burroughs on title page "For Allen a co worker of many years with respect for his achievements in the cause of freedom William Burroughs 1980". Ownership signature of Ginsberg on obverse of leaf before title page, with notation at bottom "Signed June 12, 1980 by WSB." Publisher's slip ("with compliments from Tom Maschler Jonathan Cape Ltd. 30 Bedford Square London SW1") and postcard (with picture of Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky copyright Elsa Dorfman and the Witkin Gallery) laid in. Schottlaender H9c, Maynard & Miles A16b.
94 The Last Words of Dutch Schultz 1970 London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970. First. Some yellowing to dust jacket. Schottlaender A22a, Maynard & Miles A17a.
95 The Last Words of Dutch Schultz 1970 London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, 13 of 100. With tissue wraps as issued. Schottlaender A22a, Maynard & Miles A17a.
96 The Soft Machine 1970 London: Corgi Books, 1970. First edition thus. Schottlaender A5e, Maynard & Miles A5f.
97 IT: 74 1970-02-27 n.p., 1970-02-27. Schottlaender C280, Maynard & Miles C269.
98 Ali's Smile 1971 Brighton, England: Unicorn Books, 1971. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, 39 of 99. Unfortunately missing the original box and record. Schottlaender A23a, Maynard & Miles A19a.
99 Ali's Smile - Record 1971 Brighton, England: Unicorn Books, 1971. First. A copy of the record with sleeve originally supplied with the book. This copy was purchased from a different source than my copy of the book, so there's no evidence that the two constituted a complete set. Since one would expect complete sets to stay together, it is unlikely that they ever were. But together they form a made-up copy. Schottlaender A23a, Maynard & Miles A19a.
100 Antaeus 2 1971 n.p., 1971. Maynard and Miles C304. Signed by Burroughs at entry. Schottlaender C302, Maynard & Miles C304.
101 Die elektronische Revolution 1971 Bonn: Expanded Media Editions, 1971. First German. Number 11 of 100. Schottlaender A24b, Maynard & Miles D27.
102 Electronic Revolution 1971 Cambridge: Blackmoor Head Press, 1971. First. Includes four prints signed by Brion Gysin and publisher's prepublication announcement (Maynard and Miles F27) laid in. Inscribed by Burroughs "for Philip Kaplan Williams Burroughs." Number 10 of 50. In slipcase with numbered label. Schottlaender A24a, Maynard & Miles A21a.
103 Electronic Revolution 1971 Cambridge: Blackmoor Head Press, 1971. First. Schottlaender A24a, Maynard & Miles A21a.
104 Electronic Revolution Prepublication Announcement 1971 Cambridge: Blackmoor Head Press, 1971. First. The prepublication announcement for Electronic Revolution (Maynard and Miles A21a). Schottlaender A24a1, Maynard & Miles F27.
105 Jack Kerouac 1971 Paris: L'Herne, 1971. First. Signed by Burroughs at contribution. Schottlaender A25, Maynard & Miles A18a.
106 Letter Out Of Nowhere 1971 London: Anthony Harris, 1971. First. Per James Musser: "Single sheet (done in the style of a letter) printing a cut-up by Burroughs of a Harris text. Enclosed in a mailing envelope. Slightly darkened from age, else fine (trivial wear to envelope)." Schottlaender G30.
107 Promotional Flyer for Am Here Books 1971 Ollon, Switzerland: Am Here Books, 1971. Fascimile of an untitled Burroughs manuscript page, revised text appearing later as "Seeing Red" in Exterminator! Printed on the verso of a promotional announcement for Am Here Books, one of 70 printed. Folded and sealed with a Fluxus stamp as issued. Schottlaender G61.
108 The Wild Boys 1971 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1971. First. Signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A26a, Maynard & Miles A20a.
109 William Burroughs - The Algebra of Need 1971 Buffalo: INTREPID Press, 1971. Schottlaender I38a.
110 The Wild Boys 1972 London: Calder and Boyars, 1972. First English. Slightly soiled dust jacket. Schottlaender A20b, Maynard & Miles A20b.
111 The Wild Boys 1972 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1972. First American paperback. Signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A26c, Maynard & Miles A20d.
112 Time 1972 Sussex, England: Urgency Press Rip-Off, 1972. The piracy of the "C" Press edition. Schottlaender A15b, Maynard & Miles A11b.
113 Time 1972 Sussex, England: Urgency Press Rip-Off, 1972. The piracy of the "C" Press edition. Some yellowing at top and bottom. Schottlaender A15b, Maynard & Miles A11b.
114 A Descriptive Catalogue of the William S. Burroughs Archive 1973 London/Ollon: Covent Garden Press, Ltd./Am Here Books, 1973. Signed by Burroughs, Brion Gysin and Miles. Signed limited edition of 226, lettered O of 26. Bound in white leather. Laid in is a typescript signed by Burroughs with corrections in Burroughs' hand, corresponding to but with variations from the text on page 161 of the catalog describing Item 1 from Folio Number 65, starting "Audrey Carsons, the Dead Child, the Frisco Kid..." In slipcase. Schottlaender I6.
115 A Descriptive Catalogue of the William S. Burroughs Archive 1973 London/Ollon: Covent Garden Press, Ltd./Am Here Books, 1973. Signed by Burroughs, Brion Gysin and Miles. Signed limited edition of 226, this one unlettered and unnumbered. A presentation copy from Brion Gysin to Richard and Lilia Aaron. This copy has a full-page calligraphic drawing by Gysin (similar in form to the one numbered "iv" on the cover of the catalog) on the recto of the leaf before the title page. Signed by Gysin and inscribed "for Lilia + Richard with love." In acetate dust jacket. Schottlaender I6.
116 A Descriptive Catalogue of the William S. Burroughs Archive 1973 London/Ollon: Covent Garden Press, Ltd./Am Here Books, 1973. Signed by Burroughs, Brion Gysin and Miles. Signed limited edition of 226, this one unlettered and unnumbered. Some foxing to edges, and the top edge of the front of the acetate dust jacket is cut off. Schottlaender I6.
117 Ali's Smile 1973 Bonn, Germany: Expanded Media Editions, 1973. First German. Bilingual English/German text. Number 22 of 100, signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A22b.
118 Ali's Smile 1973 Bonn, Germany: Expanded Media Editions, 1973. First German. Bilingual English/German text. Number 24 of 100, signed by Burroughs. Slight bend in bottom edge. Schottlaender A22b.
119 Brion Gysin Let The Mice In 1973 West Glover, England: Something Else Press, Inc., 1973. First. Dust jacket slightly worn and rubbed in places. Schottlaender G31, Maynard & Miles A22a.
120 Exterminator! 1973 New York: The Viking Press, Inc., 1973. First. Dust jacket slightly soiled. Schottlaender A27, Maynard & Miles A23a.
121 Mayfair Acadamy Series (More or Less) 1973 Brighton, England: Urgency Press Rip-Off, 1973. First. Schottlaender A28, Maynard & Miles A25a.
122 Proposed Layout For WSB Archive Description 1973 n.p., 1973. Drawing by Barry Miles titled "Proposed Layout For WSB Archive Description", in reference to the "A Descriptive Catalogue of the William S . Burroughs Archive". Drawing signed by Miles. Together with a letter and stamped envelope from Roberto Altmann to Philip Kaplan discussing a question about publishing matters at Altmann's Aperios imprint, and a 1974 New's Year greetings card from Maggy and Roberto Altmann, with artwork signed "MA."
123 The Book of Breething 1973 Ingatestone, Essex, UK: OU Henri Chopin, 1973. First. The publisher's archive for The Book of Breething. Set in a four-ring binder, it contains: 1) the typescript of the book, with corrections in Burroughs' hand; 2) the contract between Burroughs, Verbrugghen and the publisher, Henri Chopin (in French), signed by Burroughs; 3) signed correspondence from Burroughs to Verbrugghen about the contract and completion of the book; 4) typescripts of French and Dutch translations of the text, by Jean Chopin and Verbrugghen, respectively; 5) a manuscript of the French translation by Jean Chopin; and 6) some of the original drawings by the artist, Bob Gale, being that on the cover and on pages 20, 22 and 28 of the first edition. Schottlaender A31a.
124 The Wild Boys 1973 London: Corgi Books, 1973. Softbound. Schottlaender A26d, Maynard & Miles A20e.
125 White Subway 1973 London: Aloes Press, 1973. First. Signed by Burroughs. Number 13 of 25. In custom clamshell case. Schottlaender A30, Maynard & Miles A24a.
126 White Subway 1973 London: Aloes Press, 1973. First. In wrappers with several small scrapes and spots. Schottlaender A30, Maynard & Miles A24a.
127 William Burroughs Archive Contract 1973 n.p., 1973. Richard Aaron's copy of the contract (in German) for the sale of Burroughs' literary archive, as described in "A Descriptive Catalogue of the William S. Burroughs Archive," to Roberto Altmann. Signed by Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Richard Aaron and Altmann, and dated 23 June 1973. This is the archive now in the Berg Collection of the New York Public Library.
128 William Burroughs Archive - Flyer 1973 n.p., 1973. The typescript of the introductory section of "A Descriptive Catalogue of the William S . Burroughs Archive," together with notes on the catalog by Brion Gysin on lined notebook paper. Notes slightly yellowed at top, else fine. Per James Musser: "GYSIN, Brion. Gysin's handwritten notes listing corrections for The Descriptive Catalog of the William S. Burroughs Archive published by Covent Garden in 1973. 3 pages. 4to. Gysin carefully lists, page-by-page, suggested corrections to the text of the catalog of the Burroughs archive that also included much of his own material. TOGETHER WITH two pages of original typescript by Gysin titled "Flyer." Gysin's text, never published, was intended to be a promotional flyer describing the catalog of the Burroughs archive. Fine."
129 Exterminator! A Novel 1974 London: Calder and Boyars, 1974. Hardbound. Schottlaender A27b.
130 Jean Genet in Tangier 1974 New York: The Ecco Press, 1974. First. Signed by Burroughs. Contains forward by Burroughs.
131 The Book of Breething 1974 Ingatestone, Essex, UK: OU Henri Chopin, 1974. First. Signed by Burroughs. One of 350, unnumbered, in wrappers. Some fading of print on front cover. Schottlaender A31a.
132 Electric Banana 1975 Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1975. First. Signed by Mary Beach, one of 500 issued in wraps. Contains introduction by Burroughs. Price on back of cover wraps inked out.
133 Port of Saints 1975 London: Covent Garden Press, Ltd., 1975. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, number 32 of 100. Some rubbing to slipcase. Schottlaender A29a.
134 Ruby Editions Portfolio 1 1975 London and Toronto: Wallrich Books, 1975. First. Signed by Burroughs on his contribution "Une Poeme Moderne", number 18 of 100. Also contains broadsides by Cozette de Charmoy and Henri Chopin. Tape has lost adhesive on portfolio folder. Schottlaender B2.
135 Sidetripping 1975 New York: Derbibooks, Inc., 1975. First. Schottlaender G26a.
136 Snack... 1975 London: Aloes Books, 1975. First. Schottlaender A32.
137 The Book of Breething 1975 Berkeley: Blue Wind Press, 1975. First American. Signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A31b.
138 The Book of Breething 1975 Berkeley: Blue Wind Press, 1975. Simultaneous wraps issue of first American edition. Schottlaender A31b.
139 The Book of Breething 1975 Berkeley: Blue Wind Press, 1975. First American edition. Schottlaender A31b.
140 The Last Words of Dutch Schultz 1975 New York: Viking Press, Inc., 1975. First American. Schottlaender A22b.
141 Verdelgen 1975 Bussum, Netherlands: Uitgeverij Agathon, 1975. First. Schottlaender A33.
142 William S. Burroughs: An Annotated Bibliography of his Works and Criticism 1975 New York: Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 1975. First. A bibliography compiled by Michael B. Goodman of SUNY, Stony Brook, predating the publication of Maynard and Miles. Without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender I3.
143 Cobble Stone Gardens 1976 Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1976. First. One of 50 hand bound copies signed by Burroughs, but mysteriously unnumbered in spite of publisher's statement to the contrary. Bound in boards with black cloth and front wrapper pasted on front, with binding somewhat loose. Schottlaender A34.
144 Cobble Stone Gardens 1976 Cherry Valley, New York: Cherry Valley Editions, 1976. First in wrappers. Slightly yellowed. Schottlaender A34.
145 Le Colloque de Tanger 1976 Geneva: Editions Ottezec, 1976. Ten black and white photos of Burroughs and Brion Gysin taken during the Colloque de Tanger symposium. Signed by Burroughs, Gysin, Francois Legarde (the photographer) and Gerard-Georges Lemaire (the symposium's organizer.) Number 19 of 75. Tear and wear to lower left corner of printed folder. Schottlaender G45a.
146 Le Colloque de Tanger - Autograph Letters 1976 n.p., 1976. Per James Musser: "Also included [with Le Colloque de Tanger as obtained] are 6 Autograph Letters Signed from Francois Lagarde to Brion Gysin."
147 Oeuvre Croisee 1976 Paris: Flammarion, 1976. First French. The true first edition of "The Third Mind." Signed by Brion Gysin, inscribed "with best wishes Brion Gysin Paris 15 aug 81". Schottlaender A36a.
148 The Retreat Diaries 1976 New York: The City Moon, 1976. First. Signed and lettered by Burroughs, I (or possibly L?) of 26. As issued in brown paper envelope with cutaway section exposing red-on-white image of Burroughs, on front wrapper, with Burroughs' lettering for title on front wrapper. Schottlaender A35.
149 The Retreat Diaries 1976 New York: The City Moon, 1976. First. Signed by Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg. Slightly soiled. Schottlaender A35.
150 The CoEvolution Quarterly 16 1977-12-21 n.p., 1977-12-21. Schottlaender C421.
151 Ali's Smile/Naked Scientology 1978 Bonn: Expanded Media Editions, 1978. First. Wear on corners and creases in spine. Schottlaender A37a.
152 Burroughs I (Junkie, Auf der Suche nach Yage, Naked Lunch, Nova Express) 1978 Frankfurt: Zweitausendeins, 1978. First. Contains German translations of Junky, the Yage Letters, Naked Lunch and Nova Express. Inscribed by the translator Carl Wiessner: "Dear William — One of the first copies, fresh from the binder's, to you - Hope you like this book - As ever, Carl". Therefore this is presumably Burroughs' own copy. In cardboard slipcase. Schottlaender D44, D68, D87, and D145.
153 Letters to Allen Ginsberg 1953 - 1957 1978 Geneva: Claude Givaudan/Am Here Books, 1978. First. Signed by Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, number 18 of 100 of a bilingual French-English version. In clear acetate dust jacket with some damage to the upper rear edge. Schottlaender H12a.
154 Search & Destroy 10 1978 San Francisco: Search & Destroy, 1978. Contains "Some Last Words with Hombre Invisible." Signed by Burroughs, inscribed "William Burroughs for Burt Bretton." Some yellowing. Schottlaender C455.
155 The Nova Convention 1978 New York: Entermedia, 1978. First. Inscribed by James Grauerholz 'For Brad Morrow "You shoulda been there!" James Grauerholz'. Schottlaender G62.
156 The Third Mind 1978 New York: The Viking Press, Inc., 1978. First American. Schottlaender A36b.
157 The Third Mind 1978 New York: The Viking Press, Inc., 1978. First American. Schottlaender A36b.
158 The Three Minds 1978 Geneva: Images Nuit Blanche, 1978. First. A triptych of photographs made by Francois Legarde, with a photo of Burroughs on the right panel, Brion Gysin on the left, and a superimposed image of the two in the center. With folded insert, signed by Burroughs, Gysin and Legarde, number 17 of 35. In orange cardboard mounting. Schottlaender G46.
159 The Yage Letters 1978 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1978. Eighth printing. Schottlaender A8b.
160 When Naked Troubadours Shoot Snotty Baboons 1978 Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1978. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, number 99 of 100. Broadside, 14x20", designed and illustrated by James R. Silke, also signed by him. Schottlaender A39.
161 William S. Burroughs: A Bibliography, 1953-73 1978 Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1978. First. Without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender I5.
162 William S. Burroughs: A Bibliography, 1953-73 1978 Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1978. First. Signed by Burroughs. Without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender I5.
163 Ah Pook Is Here 1979 London: John Calder, 1979. First. Sunning to spine of dust jacket. Schottlaender A40a.
164 Blade Runner (a movie) 1979 Berkeley, CA: Blue Wind Press, 1979. First. Schottlaender A41a.
165 Blade Runner (a movie) 1979 Berkeley, CA: Blue Wind Press, 1979. First. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 63 of 100. Schottlaender A41a.
166 Doctor Benway 1979 Santa Barbara, CA: Bradford Morrow, 1979. First. Signed by Burroughs, number 135 of 150. Slight yellowing to spine and top of dust jacket. Schottlaender A42.
167 Roosevelt After Inauguration 1979 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1979. First edition thus in wrappers. Reprint in wrappers, with "Sects and Death", "The Whole Tamale", and "When Did I Stop Wanting To Be President?" Schottlaender A43.
168 Scrapbook 3 1979 Geneva: Editions Claude Givaudan, 1979. First. Signed by Burroughs, number 27 of 30. Plate on inside back cover reads: "This first edition, printed in Xerox copies by Claudia Katayanagi and Patrick R. Firbo, Great White Way Kinetics, New-York, in January 1979, has been printed at 30 numbered copies." and "Copyright Editions Claude Givaudan 3, Rue de Soleil Levant, Geneva". Schottlaender A44.
169 Submission 1979 New York: Scat Publications, 1979. First. Signed by Burroughs and De Sana, dated "1985" by De Sana. Wrappers scuffed and worn at edges.
170 Wouldn't You Polish Pine Floors... 1979 St Paul, MN: Bookslinger, 1979. First. Signed by Burroughs, lettered B of 26. Broadside, 10x13", in "16 Broadsides" from Walker Art Center Reading Series 1979-1980, Minneapolis, Minnesota. All 16 in complete set. In clamshell box. Schottlaender A45.
171 Burroughs II (Die wilden Boys, Port of Saints) 1980 Frankfurt: Zweitausendeins, 1980. First. Per James Musser: "The first German edition of The Wild Boys (and presumably first German Port of Saints). Tipped-in frontis illustration by S. Clay Wilson whose full-page plates appear throughout the book. BURROUGHS' PERSONAL COPY SPECIALLY BOUND for him by the publisher in DIAMONDBACK RATTLESNAKE SKIN with Burroughs' initials stamped to the spine. Signed on the title page by Burroughs and also by S. Clay Wilson who dated his signature 1996. (Wilson's person copy was bound in Niger goat and snakeskin--so depending on how you look at it each copy is unique---or you can say there were two specially bound author copies bound by the publisher.) Fine in slightly used slightly soiled folding chemise covered in the same silk they used for the endpapers." Schottlaender D98 and D137.
172 Port of Saints 1980 Berkeley, CA: Blue Wind Press, 1980. First American. Schottlaender A29b.
173 The Book of Breething 1980 Berkeley, CA: Blue Wind Press, 1980. Second American, trade edition. Without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender A31c.
174 The Book of Breething 1980 Berkeley, CA: Blue Wind Press, 1980. Second American. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 46 of 175. Without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender A31c.
175 The Evening Sun Turned Crimson 1980 Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1980. First, trade edition. Signed by Herbert Huncke.
176 Three Novels (The Soft Machine, Nova Express, The Wild Boys) 1980 New York: Grove Press. Inc., 1980. First edition in wrappers. The Evergreen imprint version of this collection. Schottlaender A46a.
177 Am Here Books Catalogue 5 1981 Santa Barbara, CA: Am Here Books, 1981. Lists 37 Burroughs items. Contains 7" vinyl E.P. record of Burroughs reading "The Last Words of Hassan-I-Sabbah". Schottlaender E14.
178 Atticus Books Catalogue 8 1981 San Diego, CA: Atticus Books, 1981. First. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 39 of 50. Lists 360 Burroughs items. Schottlaender I1.
179 Cities of the Red Night 1981 New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1981. First. Signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A47a.
180 Contemporary Literary Censorship: The Case History of Burroughs' Naked Lunch 1981 Metuchen, NJ : Scarecrow Press, 1981. First. Critical study by Michael Barry Goodman. Signed by the author. Schottlaender I22.
181 Early Routines 1981 Santa Barbara, CA: Cadmus Editions, 1981. First. Signed by Burroughs and David Hockney, who did Burroughs' portrait on front cover. Lettered Q of 26, in rice paper dust jacket. Schottlaender A48a.
182 Early Routines 1981 Santa Barbara, CA: Cadmus Editions, 1981. First. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 2 of 125, in rice paper dust jacket. Schottlaender A48a.
183 Essais - Tome I 1981 Paris: Christian Bourgois Éditeur, 1981. First. Volume 1 of 2. Schottlaender A49.
184 Streets of Chance 1981 New York: The Red Ozier Press, 1981. First. Signed by Burroughs and illustrator Howard Buchwald, number 121 of 160. Beautifully bound, without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender A50.
185 With WIlliam Burroughs 1981 New York: Seaver Books, 1981. First edition in wrappers. Schottlaender H6b.
186 You're The Guy I Want To Share My Money With 1981 New York: Giorno Poetry Systems, 1981. First. GPS 020-021. Two 12" vinyl records in gatefold jacket. Schottlaender E36a.
187 A William Burroughs Reader 1982 London: Picador, 1982. First. Rubbed on spine of wrappers. Schottlaender A53.
188 Cities of the Red Night 1982 New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1982. First printing in pictorial wrappers. Wrappers faded and cracked on spine. Schottlaender A47c.
189 Electronic Revolution 1982 Bonn: Expanded Media Editions, 1982. Third. Reprint in wrappers, with "Feedback from Watergate to the Garden of Eden". Schottlaender A24d.
190 Letters to Allen Ginsberg 1953 - 1957 1982 New York: Full Court Press, 1982. First American in wrappers. Personal copy of Peter Orlovsky, signed by Orlovsky and inscribed by Burroughs "For Peter all the best Letters Love William S. Burroughs June 7, 1982." Slight pencil mark on front cover. Schottlaender H12c.
191 Letters to Allen Ginsberg 1953 - 1957 1982 New York: Full Court Press, 1982. First American. Signed by Burroughs and Ginsberg, number 95 of 100. Schottlaender H12c.
192 Letters to Allen Ginsburg 1953 - 1957 1982 New York: Full Court Press, 1982. First American. Slight pencil mark on lower left front of dust jacket. With xerox of publisher's press release laid in. Schottlaender H12c.
193 Mummies 1982 Dusseldorf & New York: Edition Kaldeway, 1982. First. Contains 5 prints of etchings signed by the artist, Carl Apfelschnitt. Half-title reads: "Edition: Volume 5". Colophon reads: "Printed in 70 copies and 5 copies on [sic] Japan. Bound by Christian Zwang, Hamburg. Typography Gunnar A. Kaldewey. First Edition. Copyright William Borroughs [sic] 1982." Some scuffing to front cover. Schottlaender A51.
194 RE/Search 4/5 1982 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 1982. First. Softbound. Schottlaender C523a.
195 RE/Search 4/5 1982 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 1982. Second. Hardbound. Signed by Vale. Schottlaender C523b.
196 Sinki's Sauna 1982 New York: Pequod Press, 1982. First. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 102 of 500. Schottlaender A52a.
197 The Final Academy: Statements of a Kind 1982 London: The Final Academy, 1982. First. Compiled by Roger Ely. Schottlaender G22.
198 The Naked Lunch 1982 London: John Calder, 1982. Softbound. Review copy, with publisher's note to reviewers laid in. Schottlaender A2i.
199 "to talk for Joe the Dead" - Typescript 1983 n.p., 1983. Per Brian Cassidy: "[1pp. Typed MSS With Holograph Corrections and Notes From His Short Story 'to talk for Joe the Dead']. 1983. 4to. Very good or better; mild toning along edges where framed mat once was, tape remnant from same to top edge. Both unobtrusive. Single manuscript page from Burroughs' short story "to talk for Joe the Dead" from his collection TORNADO ALLEY (Cherry Valley, 1989 - provided). This portion corresponds to pp. 17-18 from that edition.Typed and dated April 16, 1983, the piece likely originated from Burroughs' journal as several lines at the beginning of the page seem to record a dream featuring Allen Ginsberg not mentioned in the published version. Several hand corrections to typescript as well as two informative notes to upper and lower margins in Burroughs' hand. The first: "He's going to kill his doctor (me)". The second explains the origins of the story: "This is an extension of Jerry Wallace story about a criminal boy 7 feet tall. I said, "He'd better abreviate [sic?] himself". An uncommon look at Burroughs' working methods, even if only in part."
200 Bastard 1984 Paris: Futuropolis, 1984. First. Personal copy of Gregory Corso of cartoon collaboration by Willem and Wilson. Signed by Burroughs, Wilson and Gregory Corso (using his Italian name "Nuncio Corso"). Contains endorsement by Burroughs.
201 Essais - Tome II 1984 Paris: Christian Bourgois Éditeur, 1984. First. Volume 2 of 2. Schottlaender A49.
202 Naked Lunch 1984 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1984. Signed limited 25th anniversary edition. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, 38 of 500. In slip case without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender A2j.
203 New York Inside Out 1984 Toronto: Skyline Press, 1984. First. Schottlaender G92.
204 RE/Search 8/9 1984 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 1984. Contains essays "Mythmaker of the 20th Century" and "Preface to The Atrocity Exhibition" by Burroughs.
205 Ruski 1984 Brooklyn, NY: Hand-Job Press, 1984. First. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 314 of 500. Schottlaender A57a.
206 The Burroughs File 1984 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1984. First in wrappers. Schottlaender A54.
207 The Burroughs File 1984 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1984. First. Schottlaender A54.
208 The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 1984 Bonn: Expanded Media Editions, 1984. First. Schottlaender A55a.
209 The Place of Dead Roads 1984 New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, 176 of 300. In slip case without dust jacket as issued. Schottlaender A56a.
210 The Place of Dead Roads 1984 New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984. First. Schottlaender A56a.
211 Kerouac & Friends - A Beat Generation Album 1985 New York : W. Morrow, 1985. First. Signed by the author and the following Beat Generation figures: Ted Joans, Herbert Hunke, Carl Solomon, Jack Micheline, Diane di Prima, Gregory Corso and Allen Ginsberg.
212 Queer 1985 New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., 1985. First. Schottlaender A59a.
213 The Adding Machine 1985 London: John Calder, 1985. First. Per the London bookseller Any Amount of Books: "From the working library of novelist Angela Carter (1940 - 1992) with her posthumous bookplate. This small, attractive bookplate reads 'From the Library of Angela Carter' and was designed by Sebastian Carter of the Rampant Lions Press and was authorised by the executors of her estate, from whom we bought the major part of her considerable collection. Fine in fine dust wrapper." Schottlaender A58a.
214 Conjunctions 9 1986 New York: David R. Godine, Publishers, Inc., 1986. Contains "The Cat Inside." Hard bound. Schottlaender C558.
215 The Adding Machine 1986 New York: Seaver Books, 1986. First American. Signed by Burroughs. Dust jacket worn on edges. Schottlaender A58b.
216 The Adding Machine 1986 New York: Seaver Books, 1986. First American. Dust jacket worn on edges. Schottlaender A58b.
217 The Cat Inside 1986 New York: The Grenfell Press, 1986. First. Signed by Burroughs and Brion Gysin, who illustrated the book. Number 18 of 115, hand bound and hand printed on antique paper, with in rice paper wraps. With publisher's pre-publication advertisement. Schottlaender A60a.
218 The Cat Inside 1986 New York: The Grenfell Press, 1986. First. Signed by Burroughs and Gysin, number XVI of 18 copies bound in vellum with Gysin drawing in gold on the front cover. In custom made box. Schottlaender A60a.
219 William Burroughs: An Essay 1986 Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, 1986. First. Signed by Ansen and Burroughs, number 9 of 50. Schottlaender H2.
220 From the Western Lands 1987 Santa Fe, NM: Casa Sin Nombre, 1987. First. Signed by Burroughs, one of 750. Broadside. Schottlaender A61.
221 Lee and the Boys in the Backroom 1987 Lawrence, KS: Lawrence Community Theatre, 1987. Poster announcing "Lee and the Boys in the Backroom," "a play "based on the novel QUEER and the unpublished correspondence" of WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS at Lawrence Community Theatre May 8 - 12," directed by Paul Lim, a professor of English at the University of Kansas and one of Burroughs' friends in Lawrence. Picture of Burroughs seated with "boy" and life-sized doll at a table with Mexican food. Schottlaender G50b.
222 The Western Lands 1987 New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., 1987. First. Schottlaender A62a.
223 The Western Lands 1987 New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., 1987. First. Signed by Burroughs. Schottlaender A62a.
224 Word Cultures: Radical Theory and Practice in William S. Burroughs’ Fiction. 1987 Urbana, IL : University of Illinois Press, 1987. First. Critical study by Robin Lydenberg. Schottlaender I37.
225 Apocalypse 1988 New York: George Mulder Fine Arts, 1988. First. Dust jacket yellowing around edges. Hardbound. Schottlaender G35a.
226 Apocalypse 1988 New York: George Mulder Fine Arts, 1988. First issue in wrappers. Schottlaender G35a.
227 Literary Outlaw 1988 New York: Henry Holt and Company, Inc., 1988. First. Schottlaender H33a.
228 Meet The Beats Poster No. 2 - William S. Burroughs 1988 Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, 1988. Unsigned print of Robert Crumb caricature of Burroughs. In museum-quality matte and frame. Schottlaender G22.
229 The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 1988 Bonn: Expanded Media Editions, 1988. First. Second printing. Schottlaender A55a.
230 William Burroughs: Painting 1988 Amsterdam: Suzanne Biederberg Gallery, 1988. First. Brochure accompanying exhibitions in Amsterdam and London. With reproductions of 16 paintings and "On Burroughs' Art", an essay by James Grauerholz, including explication of each piece. Schottlaender B3.
231 William S. Burroughs 1988 Santa Fe, NM: Gallery Casa Sin Nombre, 1988. First. Softbound. Schottlaender B4.
232 William S. Burroughs 1988 First. Singlesheet of cardstock, folded to make 10 panels (Schottlaender.) Brochure accompanying one-man exhibition at Shafrazi Gallery in New York, 19 December 1987 – 24 January 1988.
233 Clause 27 Is Proposition 6 Is The Whole Tamale 1989 n.p.: The Horse Press, 1989. First. Signed by Burroughs "William S. Burroughs 1/23/1997". Year of publication approximate per Shoaf and Schottlaender. Schottlaender A63.
234 Conjunctions 13 1989 New York: Collier Press, 1989. Contains "Christ and The Museum of Extinct Species". In wrappers. Schottlaender C594.
235 Interzone 1989 New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., 1989. First. Schottlaender A64a.
236 Literary Vision 1989 New York: Jack Tilton Gallery, 1989. Perfect-bound brochure accompanying showing of painting by noted literary figures, including Burroughs and Gysin, at Jack Tilton Gallery, New York. With excerpts from Grauerholz's essay "On Burroughs' Art".
237 Mindfield 1989 New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1989. First. A book of poems by Gregory Corso, with forwards by Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg. Letter O of a limited edition of 26 signed by the author, as well as Burroughs and Ginsberg. As issued in red slip case.
238 ONTHEBUS 4 1989 Los Angeles: Bombshelter Press, 1989. In wrappers. Interview by Daniel Ritkes of Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg, pages 163 - 171. Daniel Ritkes, William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, contributors.
239 Portrait of Burroughs 1989 n.p., 1989. Portrait of Burroughs in casual shirt sitting, facing camera, with wry expression on face. Signed "By Nelson Lyon, WSB '89". Creased at lower right corner.
240 Tornado Alley 1989 Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1989. First. In wrappers. Schottlaender A65.
241 Tornado Alley 1989 Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1989. First. Signed by Burroughs, unnumbered, one of 100, without dust jacket as issued. Hardbound. Schottlaender A65.
242 Towers Open Fire 1989 Montauk, NY: Mystic Fire Video, 1989. Films featuring Burroughs and his work by Antony Balch, with the involvement of Ian Sommerville and Brion Gysin. VHS. Schottlaender F22.
243 William S. Burroughs Paintings 1989 Basel: Editions Carzaniga + Ueker AG, 1989. First. Brochure accompanying exhibition in Galerie Carzaniga + Ueker, Basel. With reproductions of 23 paintings and German and English versions of Grauerholz's essay. Schottlaender B11.
244 Stiletto 1 1989-04 Lawrence, KS: Howling Dog Press, 1989-04. Contains 4 selections from "Interzone". With insert reproduction of "Twilight's Last Gleaming" painting by Burroughs. In plastic bag with metallic wrappers. Schottlaender C603.
245 Dead City Radio 1990 New York: Island Records, Inc., 1990. Single CD, 17 tracks of readings from various works, with various backing musicians. Produced by Nelson Lyon, who became a good friend of Burroughs and amassed a significant collection of Burroughs and Beats material, sold at auction in 1999, and some items of which have found their way into my collection. Schottlaender E7.
246 Paper Roses on the Prefabricated Heart 1990 n.p., 1990. Signed by Burroughs. Fabriano paper, 20x16". Number 8 in Earl McGrath Gallery list of works for Los Angeles exhibit in September-October 1990. In original matte and frame.
247 The Atrocity Exhibition 1990 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 1990. Preface by Burroughs. First issue in wrappers.
248 Earl McGrath Gallery: List of Works 1990-09 West Hollywood, CA: Earl McGrath Gallery, 1990-09. Xerox of list of works by Burroughs on exhibition at the Earl McGrath Gallery in West Hollywood, CA, September-October 1990. With receipt for "Paper Roses on the Prevaricated Heart."
249 Ghost of Chance 1991 New York: Whitney Museum of Art, 1991. First. Signed by Burroughs and George Condo, the illustrator. Unnumbered, one of 160, in slipcase. Schottlaender A66a.
250 The Drug User: Documents 1840 - 1960 1991 New York: Blast Books, 1991. First. Softbound. Contains foreword by Burroughs.
251 The Seven Deadly Sins 1991 New York/St. Louis: Lococo/Mulder, 1991. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, 43 of 150. Leather bound, with shotgun pellet-perforated wood piece mounted on front cover. With shipping carton. Schottlaender B18a.
252 X-Ray Man 1991 New York: Water Row/Lococo Mulder, 1991. Per Eric Shoaf, "untitled three-color broadside (red, blue & purple on white background). 9.5 x 13 inches silkscreen print with small embossed lizard figure in lower right corner." Signed by Burroughs. Limited edition printing, number 136 of 178. In original matte and frame.
253 Painting & Guns 1992 Madras, India and New York, NY: Hanuman Books, 1992. First. In orange wrappers. Cover variant with standing monkey with staff on back. Schottlaender A67.
254 Painting & Guns 1992 Madras, India and New York, NY: Hanuman Books, 1992. First. In cream wrappers. Cover variant with monkey face surrounded by half circle on back, price tag on back, small tear to lower front. Schottlaender A67.
255 Paper Cloud Thick Pages 1992 Kyoto: Kyoto Shoin Int'l., 1992. First. In laminated pictorial cardboard hardcover. Schottlaender B20.
256 The Cat Inside 1992 New York: Viking Penguin, 1992. Second. Without dust jacket, as issued. Schottlaender A60b.
257 The Cat Inside 1992 New York: Viking Penguin, 1992. Second. Without dust jacket, as issued. Schottlaender A60b.
258 The "Priest" They Called Him 1992 Portland, OR: Tim Kerr Records, 1992. First on vinyl. Schottlaender E22.
259 The "Priest" They Called Him 1992 Portland, OR: Tim Kerr Records, 1992. First on CD. Schottlaender E22.
260 Break Through In Grey Room 1993 Brussels, Belgium: Sub Rosa, 1993. Burroughs reading with support from Ian Sommerville and Brion Gysin. CD. Schottlaender E5b.
261 The Letters of William S. Burroughs: 1945 - 1959 1993 New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., 1993. First. Proof copy, with publisher's letter to reviewers laid in. Schottlaender H11a.
262 The Letters of William S. Burroughs: 1945 - 1959 1993 New York: Viking Penguin, Inc., 1993. First trade edition. Schottlaender H11a.
263 William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible 1993 New York: Hyperion, 1993. First American edition. Schottlaender H32b.
264 A William Burroughs Birthday Book 1994 London: Temple Press, 1994. First. In stapled wrappers. Schottlaender G17.
265 Photos and Remembering Jack Kerouac 1994 Louisville, KY: White Fields Press, 1994. First. Signed by Burroughs, lettered F of 26. Schottlaender A69.
266 Remembering Jack Kerouac 1994 Louisville, KY: White Fields Press, 1994. First. Signed by Burroughs, numbered 10 of 49. Schottlaender A70.
267 The Junky's Christmas And Other Yuletide Stories 1994 London: Serpent's Tail Publishing, 1994. Contains "The Junky's Christmas" by Burroughs.
268 Ghost of Chance 1995 New York: High Risk Books, 1995. First trade edition. Schottlaender A65b.
269 Junky; Queer; Naked Lunch 1995 New York: Quality Paperbook Book Club, 1995. Softbound. Schottlaender A72.
270 My Education: A Book of Dreams 1995 New York: Viking Press, Inc., 1995. First edition. Schottlaender A73a.
271 Pantopon Rose 1995 Charleston, WV: Parchment Gallery Graphics, 1995. First. Signed and numbered by Burroughs, number 40 of 60. Schottlaender A74.
272 Report of the Death of an American Citizen ... Mexico, D.F., Mexico, September 24, 1951 ...Joan Vollmer Burroughs .../ 1995 Marlborough, MA: Water Row Books, 1995. First. Broadside, numbered 68 of 100. Schottlaender G1.
273 Concrete and Buckshot: William S. Burroughs, Paintings 1987 - 1996 1996 Los Angeles: Smart Art Press, 1996. First. Schottlaender B22a.
274 Essais - Tome I 1996 Paris: Christian Bourgois Éditeur, 1996. Second. Volume 1 of 2. Schottlaender A49.
275 Ports of Entry: Williams Burroughs and the Arts 1996 Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art , 1996. First. Produced for a 1996 exhibition at LACMA. Schottlaender B23a.
276 Ports of Entry: Williams Burroughs and the Arts 1996 Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art , 1996. First. Produced for a 1996 exhibition at LACMA. Mint in original shrinkwrap. Schottlaender B23a.
277 The Beat Book 1996 Boston, MA: Shambhala Publications, 1996. First. Edited by Anne Waldman. Contains seven selected writings by Burroughs.
278 Venus Bound: The Erotic Voyage of the Olympia Press and Its Writers. 1996 New York: Random House, 1996. First.
279 Funeral Card 1997 n.p., 1997. Item from Schottlaender G97. The funeral card from the memorial service held in Lawrence, KS on August 6th, 1997. Schottlaender G97.
280 Word Virus: The William Burroughs Reader 1998 New York: Grove Press, 1998. First. Schottlaender A76a.
281 Word Virus: The William Burroughs Reader 1998 New York: Grove Press, 1998. First. Schottlaender A76a.
282 In Search of Yage 1999 Forest Knolls, CA: Skyline Books, 1999. First. Per James Musser: "Contains three original b&w photographs of William Burroughs in the Amazon jungle in the 1950s. The photographs were taken by an unknown person who accompanied Burroughs on his South American expedition to research the use of yage by local curanderos, a journey chronicled in The Yage Letters. They show Burroughs in his pith helmet and safari clothes, in one photo wielding a machete, in another posing with a long rifle, and in the third he's standing with two native children. The 5" x 7" photographs are corner-mounted on paper that simulates the bark of the Banisteria caapi vine. The pages are bound into covers of richly textured, sumptuous hand-made paper bound at the spine with brass screws. The booklet was designed and hand-assembled by Johnny Brewton of X-Ray Book Co. in an edition limited to only 26 lettered copies. The photographs, two of which are previously unpublished, were reproduced from the original negatives and are the only prints to be made from these negatives. This first publication from Skyline Books is a nice companion to The Yage Letters, providing an intriguing look at William Burroughs as explorer and ethnobotanist. As new." Lettered R of 26. Schottlaender A77.
283 Paradise Outlaws 1999 New York: WIlliam Morrow & Company, Inc., 1999. First. Price sticker on front of dust jacket.
284 The Best of William Burroughs 1999 New York: Giorno Poetry Systems, 1999. Contains booklet. Schottlaender E3.
285 Collecting William S. Burroughs in Print: A Checklist 2000 Rumford, RI: Rock n' Roll Research Press, 2000. First. Compiled by Eric C. Shoaf. Signed by Shoaf, letter Z of 26 lettered copies. Schottlaender I11a.
286 Collecting William S. Burroughs in Print: A Checklist 2000 Rumford, RI: Rock n' Roll Research Press, 2000. First. Compiled by Eric C. Shoaf. Signed by Shoaf, number 40 of 174 numbered copies. Schottlaender I11a.
287 Last Words: The Final Journals of William S. Burroughs 2000 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 2000. First. Schottlaender H10a.
288 Last Words: The Final Journals of William S. Burroughs 2000 New York: Grove Press, Inc., 2000. First. Schottlaender H10a.
289 William S. Burroughs: Time, Place, Word 2000 Providence, R.I.: Friends of the Library, Brown University, 2000. First. Edited by Eric C. Shoaf and Robert H. Jackson. Schottlaender G77.
290 Burroughs Live: The Collected Interviews of William S. Burroughs, 1960-1997 2001 Los Angeles: Semiotext(e), 2001. First. Edited by Sylvere Lotringer. Schottlaender H7.
291 Burroughs Live: The Collected Interviews of William S. Burroughs, 1960-1997 2001 Los Angeles: Semiotext(e), 2001. First. Edited by Sylvere Lotringer. Schottlaender H7.
292 Words of Advice for Young People 2001 Encinitas, CA: FreeThought Publications, 2001. First. Number 5 of 250. Signed by the photographer, Michael Monfort. Schottlaender A79.
293 Brion Gysin Tuning in to the Multimedia Age 2003 London: Thames & Hudson Ltd., 2003. First. Edited by Jose Ferez Kuri. Contains "Port of Entry Here is space-time painting" by Burroughs. First issue in wrappers.
294 WIlliam Burroughs and the Secret of Fascination 2003 Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, 2003. First. Hardbound in dustjacket. Schottlaender I28.
295 William Burroughs Literary Archive 2005 Hadley, MA: Ken Lopez Bookseller, 2005. First. An excellent description of and background to the sale of the Burroughs Archive to the New York Public Library. Schottlaender I4.
296 The Lost Years of William Burroughs: Beats in South Texas 2006 College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2006. First. In wrappers. Schottlaender H26.
297 The Yage Letters Redux 2006 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2006. Second printing. Schottlaender A8e.
298 And The Hippos Were Boiled In Their Tanks 2008 New York: Grove Press, 2008. First. Schottlaender A81.
299 Everything Lost: The Latin American Notebook of WIlliam S. Burroughs 2008 Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2008. First. Schottlaender A80.
300 Le Temps des Assassins 2008 Rouen, FR: Dérriere la Salle de Bains, 2008. First thus. Pamphlet. Reproduction of texts by Burroughs translated to French by Lucien Suel and originally published in La Collection du Starscrewer nos. 7 (January 1978) and 12 (2nd quarter 1979.)
301 Naked Lunch @ 50: anniversary essays 2009 Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illnois University Press: 2009. First. Hardbound. Oliver Harris, Ian MacFadyen, editors.
302 Brion Gysin: Dream Machine 2010 London: Merrell, 2010. First. A survey of Brion Gysin's art and influence, issued as part of the New Museum's Gysin exhibition in New York held in 2010. Includes a contribution by James Grauerholz titled "Mr Burroughs Mr Gysin" as well as a variant of his essay "On Burroughs' Art", originally included in Schottlaender B4 (here with title misspelled as "On Burroughs's [sic] Art".) Includes materials and instructions for the construction of a Dream Machine. Hardbound.
303 Cut-ups, Cut-ins, Cut-outs: The Art of William S. Burroughs 2012 Nürnberg: Verlag für moderne Kunst; Wien: Kunsthalle Wien, 2012. First. Schottlaender B29.
304 Rub Out The Words: The Letters of WIlliam S. Burroughs 1959-1974 2012 New York: Ecco, 2012. First. Schottlaender H14.
305 Call Me Burroughs: A Life 2014 New York, NY: Hachette Book Group, 2014. First. Barry Miles' biography of Burroughs. Schottlaender H31.
306 Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs 2014 Munich, DE: Prestel Verlag, 2014. First. Edited by Patricia Allmer and John Sears. Produced for an exhibition of Burroughs' photographic work in 2014 at The Photographers' Gallery in London. Schottlaender B30.
307 William S. Burroughs A Collector's Guide 2014 Providence, RI: Inkblot; distributed by Aftermath Books, 2014. First thus. Softbound. Schottlaender I11b.
308 The Travel Agency Is on Fire 2015 New York: The Center for the Humanities, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, 2015. First. Alex Wermer-Colan, ed. (Lost and Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative; Ser. 5, No. 2) Staplebound. Schottlaender A82.
309 Mentored By A Madman: The William Burroughs Experiment 2017 Honiton, Devon, UK: Notting Hill Editions Ltd., 2017. Second. Hardbound without wrappers.
310 Dinner at Pat's A Conversation With W.S. Burroughs 2018 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 2018. First. Signed by Vale, with two color photos ("WSB" and "WSB Room", also signed by Vale) laid in.
311 Don't Hide the Madness: William S. Burroughs in Conversation with Allen Ginsberg 2018 New York: Three Rooms Press, 2018. Conversation between Burroughs and Ginsberg recorded on tape during March 1992, and transcribed by Steven Taylor. First. Hardbound without wrappers.
312 The Finger 2018 London: Penguin Books, 2018. Penguin Modern #25, containing "The Finger", "Driving Lesson", "The Junky's Christmas", "Lee and the Boys", "In the Café Central", and "Dream of the Penal Colony." First thus. Softbound.
313 William S. Burroughs' "The Revised Boy Scout Manual": An Electronic Revolution 2018 Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2018. Edited by Geoffrey D. Smith and John M. Bennett. Afterword by V. Vale. First. Softbound.
314 Burroughs and Friends: Lost Interviews 2019 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 2019. RE/Search #17. Contains interviews with Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Diane di Prima, John Giorno, and Gerald V. Casale. First. Softbound.
315 Burroughs and Friends: Lost Interviews 2019 San Francisco, CA: RE/Search Publications, 2019. RE/Search #17. Contains interviews with Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Diane di Prima, John Giorno, and Gerald V. Casale. First. Softbound.
316 Amongst Nazis / Unter Nazis: William S. Burroughs in Vienna 1936/37 2020 Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sea Urchin Editions: 2020. Moloko Print 078. Bilingual edition in English and German. First. Softbound. Thomas Antonic, author.