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BROSSARD, Nicole: Museum of Bone and Water [INSCRIBED]
BROSSARD, Nicole. Museum of Bone and Water. Toronto: Anansi, 2003. First Edition in English. 214x139mm. Trade Paperback. Inscribed by Author. Fine. 120pp. Translated from the French by Robert Majzels and Erin Moure. Inscribed by Brossard to a fellow poet in 2005.

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BROSSARD, Nicole: Picture Theory
Toronto: Guernica, 2006. Second English Edition, translated from the French by Barbara Godard, with correction to the text. 12mo. 195pp. New. Trade paperback.A novel first published in French in 1982, Picture Theory demonstrates Brossard's fiction theorique and her pre-occupation with the difficulty of writing and reading woman. The title (taken from Wittgenstein) implies her reference to the hologram as a new pictorial model for woman; liek the hologram which is intended to be read from an infinite number of changing conditions, Brossard's text abstracts the image of the feminine so that it can be read from all angles.

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BROSSARD, Nicole: White Piano [Majzels and Moure, translation]
BROSSARD, Nicole. White Piano. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2012. Translated by Robert Majzels and Erin Moure.

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BROSSARD, Nicole: Yesterday, at the Hotel Clarendon
BROSSARD, Nicole. Yesterday, at the Hotel Clarendon. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2005. First Edition in English. 210x132mm. Hard Cover. Fine. 237pp. One quater red cloth with printed paper over boards. Translated from the French by Susanne de Lotbiniere-Harwood. Carla Carlson is at the Hotel Clarendon in Quebec City trying to finish a novel. Nearby, a woman, preoccupied with grief, catalogues antiquities at the Museum of Civilization. Every night, the two women meet at the hotel bard and talk -- about childhood and parents and landscapes, about time and art, about Descartes and Francis Bacon and writing.

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BROUDY, Hart: Language in Space: A Book of A
BROUDY, Hart. Language in Space: A Book of A. Vancouver: Blewointmentpress, 1974. Limited Edition. 230x174mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. np [40 pages]. One of 500 copies issued.

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BROUDY, Hart: Serpentine
Vancouver: blewointmentpress, 1982. Limited Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. Near Fine. np. One of 500 copies bound into printed wrappers. A series of related lyrical and visual poems.

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BROUGHTON, James: A Long Undressing. Collected Poems 1949-1969
New York: The Jargon Society, 1971. First Edition. 8vo. 192pp. Jargon 55. Brown cloth with gilt decorations. Fine in an almost Fine dustjacket showing some light rubbing. 'In the sensibilities of a discerning few James broughton has for years occupied aspecial place comparable to that of Cocteau or Keaton, Satie or Sitwell. As poet, film-maker, and play-wright he has graced the San Francisco scene through its various Renaissances since 1946, earning him such labels in its press as 'San Francisco's own man for all seasons,' its 'leprechaun poet laureate,' etc. Yet he has never been fashionable nor identified with any school: always an odd bird in the aviary, he has remained uniquely true to his own visionary music.'

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BROWN, Brandon: Flowering Mall
BROWN, Brandon. Flowering Mall. New York: Roof Books, 2012.

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BROWN, Brandon: The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus
BROWN, Brandon. The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus. San Francisco: Krupskaya, 2011.

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BROWN, Jim and PHILLIPS, David: West Coast Seen
Vancouver: Talon Books, 1969. First Thus (Formerly Titled West Coast 68). 4to. 212pp. Perfect bound into printed wrappers. Almost Fine. An anthology of poets from western Canada in the late 60s, some of whom climbed into the poetry academy and many who refused. Includes work by Belford, bissett, Brown, Bruce, Carlson, Copithorne, Coupey, Frith, Gadd, Hulcoop, Jungic, the Lane brothers, Lawrence, Lowther, McKinnon, Phillips, Robinson, Rosenthal, Schroeder, Scobie, Siebum, Snowdon, Tan Trey, Trower, w, Martina, and Mayne.

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BROWN, Jim: Forgetting
Vancouver: Talonbooks, no date [circa 1969]. First Edition. 4to. np [28 pages]. Stapled into printed wrappers. Early Talonbook publication, Talon being the publishing company which Jim Brown helped set up, if I'm not mistaken, before disappearing altogether from the vales of CanLit. Some light staining to the lower outside corner of the pages and the rear cover, otherwise fine.

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BROWN, Jim: Northern Light
Vancouver: Blue Mountain Books, 1977. Illustrated by Julie Zangmo. First Edition. 8vo. 81pp. Perfect bound into wrappers. Almost Fine. The first issue of the press, which Brown set up after leaving Talonbooks, of which he was a founder.

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BROWN, Jim: The Circus in The Boy's Eye
Vancouver, Very Stone House, 1966. First Edition. Square 8vo. Stapled into printed wrappers. Illustrated throughout by bill bissett. Almost fine, with some light wear to the outer extremities.

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BROWN, Lee Ann: Crush
BROWN, Lee Ann. Crush. Buffalo: Leave Books, 1993. First Edition. 109x134mm. Sewn Wrappers. Signed by Author. Fine. np [20 pages]. Signed by Brown on the title page.

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BROWN, Lee Ann: Polyverse
BROWN, Lee Ann. Polyverse. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1999. First Edition. 189x126mm. Trade Paperback. Inscribed by Author. Very Good. 187pp. There's a bit of a smudge to the upper front ocver, otherwise fine. Winner of the 1996 New American Poetry Competition Selected by Charles Bernstein. Issued as New American Poetry Series 31. This copy has been profusely inscribed by the author on the title page to a Canadian poet in July 2009.

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BROWN, Lee Ann: The Sleep That Changed Everything
BROWN, Lee Ann. The Sleep That Changed Everything. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2003. First Edition. 228x153mm. Trade Paperback. Signed by Author. Fine. 175pp. Poetry. Signed by the author on the title page in September 2009.

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BROWN, William: In Honeytown: Part of a Novel
Eugene: Coyote's Journal, 1965. First Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. Very Good. 107pp. One folding plate. Wrappers a slightly browned, with a little wear to the spine. Issued as Coyote's Journal #3; Coyote's Book #2. In Honeytown is part of a novel titled The Way To The Uncle Sam Hotel.

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BROWN: E.K.: On Canadian Poetry
Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1943. First Edition. Blue Cloth with printed label to the spine. Glassine wrapper with chip to the head of the spine. 12mo. 157pp. Previous owner's signature to the front endpage; Bookplate of a well-known Canadian 'man of letters' to the front pastedown. Book designed by Thoreau MacDonald. An important early critical document on Canadian Poetry, with chapters on 'The Problem of a Canadian Literature' and 'The Development of Poetry in Canada' as well as essays on Archibald Lampman, Duncan Campbell Scott and E.J. Pratt. Fine.

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BROWN: Stephen Gilbert: The Gardens of Desire: Marcel Proust and the Fugitive Sublime
Albany: State Univerisy of New York Press, 2004. First Edition. 8vo. 243pp. Hardcover, without dustjacket as issued. New. A spychocritical reading of Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past.

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BROWNE, Colin: The Hatch: Poems and Conversations
BROWNE, Colin. The Hatch: Poems and Conversations. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2015. First Edition. 243x152mm. Trade Paperback. New. 146pp. Colin Browne’s new collection, The Hatch, extends his formal engagement with the margins of the new documentary. Myth, history, and the present are contemporaneous in these poems; nothing is ever one thing, and nothing is itself for very long. Figuratively speaking each poem is caught in mid-air, as if delivered in the flash reflected off a twisting sheet of metal. There is new music in these pages, improvisations on the demotic, the lyrical, and the scientific in what amounts to a season of journal entries and field notes. Included are observations of Anna Akhmatova, André Breton, Benjamin Britten, Emily Carr, Blaise Cendrars, Aimé Césaire, Marcel Duchamp, Sorley MacLean, Charles Olson, and others. Certain texts are rooted in the tradition of the garden as observatory. An 1808 sea-otter expedition from New Arkhangel (Sitka) in Alaska all the way to California founders on the coast of early twenty-first century conspiracy theories.

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BROWNE, Laynie: Acts of Levitation
BROWNE, Laynie. Acts of Levitation. New York: Spuyten Duyvil, 2002. First Edition. 210x136mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. 230pp. A novel, in which Amelia has the ability to levitate through dream galleries, costumed performances and future libraries where she meets Clara (an elusive photographer), Sebastian (part human, part lion) and a chorus of cynics who exist only in partial bodies. A voyage into the illusion of identity, where Laynie Browne serves the reader a psychological portrait of the creative act.

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BROWNE, Laynie: Daily Sonnets
Denver: Counterpath Press, 2007. First Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. New. 162pp. "Laynie Browne's Daily Sonnets come together as a series of bite-sized collages radiating with a love of language. An heiress to the tradition of American experimental writing pioneered by Alice Notley, Bernadette Mayer, and Joanne Kyger, Browne ushers the sonnet into a new centur with a clarity and playfulness that makes for great fun and a touching view into the particulars of household and motherhood." --Lisa Jarnot

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BROWNE, Laynie: Daily Sonnets
BROWNE, Laynie. Daily Sonnets. Denver: Counterpath, 2007. First Edition. 203x140mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. np. a series of 14-liners that contain and concentrate, perplex and glow, locate and flower -- a lived serious play.

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BROWNE, Laynie: Original Presence
BROWNE, Laynie. Original Presence. Woodstock: Shivastan Publishing, 2006. Limited Edition. 220x157mm. Stapled Wrappers. Almost Fine. 41pp. One of 333 numbered [#53] copies printed in Nepal. Fine but for a slight bruise to the outer corners.

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BROWNE, Laynie: Pollen Memory
BROWNE, Laynie. Pollen Memory. New York: Tender Buttons Press, 2003. First Edition. 203x141mm. Trade Paperback. Inscribed by Author. Fine. 62pp. Inscribed by the author on the title page.

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BROWNE, Laynie: The Agency of Wind
BROWNE, Laynie. The Agency of Wind. Penngrove: Avec Books, 1999. First Edition. 203x139mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. 125pp. A riddling wind-activated poem describing the transformative adventures of a girl and a crane, yielding the imaginative pleasures of a Leonora Carrington painting with the verbal vivacity and exactitude already characteristic of a Laynie Browne. -- C.D.Wright.

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BROWNE, Laynie: The Desires of Letters
BROWNE, Laynie. The Desires of Letters. Denver: Counterpath, 2010. First Edition. 228x151mm. Trade Paperback. Inscribed by Author. Fine. 207pp. A series of poem/memoir/prose writings in the realm of "alphabetic duties." This copy has been inscribed by the author on the title page.

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BROWNE, Laynie: The Desires of Letters
Brooklyn: belladonna* books, 2006. Limited Edition. 8vo. 15pp. Stapled Wrappers. New.

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BROWNE, Laynie: The Scented Fox
BROWNE, Laynie. The Scented Fox. Seattle: Wave Books, 2007. First Edition. 215x152mm. Trade Paperback. Fine. 115pp. The National Poetry Series Winner, selected by Alice Notley.

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BROWNSTEIN, Michael: Highway to the Sky
New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1969. First Edition. 8vo. Perfect bound into Wrappers. Very Good. 73pp. Faint dustsoil to the wrappers; there is a light staining to the lower edge of the rear cover. Winner of the Frank O'Hara Award for 1969.

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