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Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 143 Collections and/or Records:

The d.a.levy & Family Archive / levy, d.a.., 2010

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Identifier: CC-51076-72157
Scope and Contents This collection was offered for sale by d.a.levy's nephew Jim Levey through Jeff Maser who compiled an exceptional annotated bibliography. Kent State University was the recipient of this collection.Maser contributed the introduction: Provenance: Material in this collection comes from three sources-1. items from d.a. levy's apartment, collected by his brother, James after d.a.'s death; 2. the collection of James Levey and his wife Charlene; and, 3. the collection of d.a.'s parents, Joseph J. and Carolyn Levey. These three collections were later united by levy's niece, Sandy (via inheritance) who then left it to her brother, Jim Levey, on behalf of whom the collection is being offered here.Condition: The condition of all items in the collection is uniformly very near fine or better, with almost every item being in fine condition, with no foxing, or stains, or insecting, or other problems associated with paper being stored for long periods of time in an often wet and cold climate....
Dates: 2010

The Little Magazine In America: A Modern Documentary History / Anderson, Elliott, editor ; Kinzie, Mary, editor ; Hornick L ; Corman C ; Ossman D ; Malone M ; Eshleman C ; Baumbach J., 1978

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Identifier: CC-25686-26146
Scope and Contents

Contains bibliographic information on small press periodicals including among others Alcheringa, Angel Hair, Assembling, Big Table, Botteghe Oscure, Caterpillar, Chicago Review, Clown War, El Cornu Emplumado, Fuck You, Kayak, Kulchur, Origin, Panache, The Paris Review, Unmozzled Ox, West Coast Review, The World, The Wormwood Review, and Yugen. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1978

The Sino-Korean Translations Volume 4 / curry, jw ; Laba, Mark., 1987

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Identifier: CC-18030-18400
Scope and Contents

Other volumes in sinillogical translations include Volume 1: Coma Goats Press, 1983; Volume 2: Curvd H&Z, 1984; Volume 3: Utopic Furnace Press, 1985; Xerox Sutra Editions, 1985; Volume 5: Guardian Angel Press, 1986; Volume 7: Letters, 1986. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1987

Transponance. No.19 suppl / Serge Segay, Rea Nikonova, editors., 1983

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Identifier: CC-01558-1593
Scope and Contents

Provides description of the preceding issues of this periodical. Mislabeled as issue No.18 but this issue was not offered to the Sackner Archive and is the issue being cited is a supplement to issue 19. No.18 had works by Serge Segay, Rea Nikonova, A. Nik, Boris Konstrictor, and Dmitry Prigov. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1983

Ukanhavyrfuckincitibak (d.a. Levy: A Tribute To The Man - An Anthology Of His Poetry) Reprint / sigmund, r.j., aka rjs ; rjs, editor ; levy da ; rjs ; Depew W ; Wagner Dr ; Curry A ; Taylor K ; Simon A ; Meltzer D ; Dowden G ; Wyatt B ; Torrance C ; Miller B ; Thomas D ; Olson C ; Kryss TL ; McCarthy C ; Nichol bp ; Harris DW ; bissett b ; Berge C ; Baxter ER-III ; Wood K ; Krech R ; Shulman M ; Richmond S ; Blazek D ; Bukowski C ; Morris RA ; Salamon R., 1967

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Identifier: CC-49884-70941
Scope and Contents

The back cover design was done by Wally Depew. Book includes all arrest & trial news articles, (5 inlaid Kryss silkscreens of the original book are not included), critques by levy's peers, comments by 40 of his friends and fellows, including Bukowski, Blazek, Richmond, et al. All major works of levy printed to date are included: CLEVELAND UNDERCOVERS, NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD, RECTAL EYE VISOONS, PRAPS 1 AND KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY. According to rjs' introduction, 25 signed copies with extra pages were to be produced. The Sackners are unaware that this special edition was ever published. However, the Sackner Archive holds stapled pages with the cover title "you can have your fucking city bak." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1967

ukanhavyrfuckincitibak (d.a. Levy: A Tribute To The Man - An Anthology Of His Poetry) / sigmund, r.j., aka rjs ; rjs, editor ; levy da ; rjs ; Depew W ; Wagner Dr ; Curry A ; Taylor K ; Simon A ; Meltzer D ; Dowden G ; Wyatt B ; Torrance C ; Miller B ; Thomas D ; Olson C ; Kryss TL ; McCarthy C ; Nichol bp ; Harris DW ; bissett b ; Berge C ; Baxter ER-III ; Wood K ; Krech R ; Shulman M ; Richmond S ; Blazek D ; Bukowski C ; Morris RA., 1967

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Identifier: CC-49034-70072
Scope and Contents

The back cover design was done by Wally Depew. Book includes all arrest & trial news articles, 5 inlaid Kryss silkscreens, crtiques by levy's peers, comments by 40 of his friends and fellows, including Bukowski, Blazek, Richmond, et al. All major works of levy printed to date are included: CLEVELAND UNDERCOVERS, NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD, RECTAL EYE VISOONS, PRAPS 1 AND KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY. According to rjs' introduction, 25 signed copies with extra pages were to be produced. The Sackners are unaware that this special edition was ever published. However, the Sackner Archive holds stapled pages that with the cover title "you can have your fucking city bak." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1967

[Untitled] / Coutts-Smith, Kenneth., 1963

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Identifier: CC-53980-642957
Scope and Contents

Coutts-Smith was the co-director of the gallery where this exhibition was held. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1963

[Untitled] / Lobstein, Alain ; Baltazar J ; Arp J ; Arrabal F ; Topor R ; Butor M ; Dorny B ; Noel B ; Char R ; Eluard P ; Hugnet G ; Michaux H ; Picabia F ; Jarry A., 1994

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Identifier: CC-32015-33546
Scope and Contents

The catalogue illustrates the rich and varied bookbindings by Lobstein in 34 colored photographs. The Sackner Archive contains a fine Lobstein bookbinding of "Stele pour Adam de la Halle" by Jean Jacques Leveque and Gianni Bertini. Julius Baltazar contributed a poetic introduction to the catalogue. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

[Untitled] / Watts, Robert ; Conz F ; Miller L ; Hendricks G., 2008

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Identifier: CC-48794-69828
Scope and Contents

Francesco Conz, Larry Miller, and Geoffrey Hendricks contributed essays documenting the works of Watts. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2008

Visible Language: Back Issue List. ., 2000

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Identifier: CC-35335-37069
Scope and Contents

This lists all back issues including the contents. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2000

What. No.7/Nov-Dec / Kevin Connolly, Jason Sherman, editors ; Smith J ; Ross S ; Nichol bp ; curry jw ; Drumbolis N., 1986

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Identifier: CC-52196-73317
Scope and Contents jw curry contributes an article dealing with the bibliographic details of Gronk. Nicky Drumbolis writes about jw curry's printing methods in an article summarizing Industrial Sabotage Issues 1-38 and other issues of his handwork as follows. "Making things with type and paper is for some people an irresistible temptation. One guy gets a job, buys an old press, some type, and all the etceteras, goes about making what he can, nice things. The other guy, street poet, bums an Atlas Office Printing Outfit #3 from someone, scrounges up some paper, begins by setting his own lines. This is the same thing -compulsive. In seven years, John Curry, with the sometime help of Peggy Lefler, has produced 376 different things. Most of them have been handset and handstamped using various rubber types. After the initial series of 13 pieces begun in Vancouver in 1978, most of them his own poems, Curry decided to explore the technic of the medium publishing the work of other writers-to date, over 100....
Dates: 1986

When Will the Book Be Done? / Clay, Steven, editor ; Antin D ; Bee S ; Bernstein C ; Berrigan T ; Schneeman G ; bissett b ; Blake W ; Cage J ; Campbell K ; Celan P ; Fahrner B ; Clay S ; Phillips R ; Coolidge C ; Waldrop K ; Corbett W ; Creeley R ; Rand A ; Cutts S ; Dove T ; Drescher H ; Drucker J ; Elliot J ; Elmslie K ; Winkfield T ; Ely T ; Epping E ; Friedman E ; Goldsmith K ; Hamady W ; Haynes R ; Hejinian L ; Howe S ; Hubert JB ; Hubert RR ; Jabes E ; Furtwangler F ; Keeley S ; Klima S ; Knowles A ; Kuehn K ; Ligorano N ; Reese M ; Lyons B ; Mayer B ; Metcalf P ; Platzker D ; Rathman D ; Reese H ; Rothenberg J ; Rower H ; Saroyan A ; Scalapino L ; Waldman A ; Schneemann C ; Schwitters K ; Scobey P ; Spector B ; Spicer J ; Williams J ; Zelevansky P ; Zwicker T ; Sackner MA ; Sackner RK., 2001

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Identifier: CC-42701-44720
Scope and Contents

This book celebrates ten years of Granary Press and the independent publications of Steven Clay. Charles Bernstein contributed a forward and Steven Clay wrote an introduction. Bernstein writes, "At Granary, books are not neutral containers but are invested with a life of their own, conceived as objects first and foremost, entering the world not as the discardable shell of some other story but piping their own tunes on their own instruments. Nothing is taken for granted - the binder is as much a star as the printer or writer. The design is an extension of (not secondary to) the content, just as the content is an extension of the design. For a book, a Granary Book, is never about delivering information in the most expeditious form." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2001