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Disend, Michael
Disend, Michael
Disend, Michael
Disend, Michael
Disend, Michael
Disend, Michael
Disend, Michael

Disend, Michael

Stomping the Goyim [Inscribed]

Inscribed first edition of this freewheeling experimental novel about 1960s counterculture life on the Lower East Side: a series of edgy, evocative vignettes bursting with psychedelic drug use, queer sex, and all manner of bohemian misfits. Rear panel blurbs from William S. Burroughs and Seymour Krim. Reissued in 2002 as a pocket-sized paperback by Green Integer.


NY: Croton Press, 1969. Inscribed by Disend on the dedication page. Octavo (5.5 x 8.25 in.); 138pp.; blue cloth boards; bronze spine lettering; in dust jacket. Near fine, with a couple of minor spots of discoloration to front board, and some quite mild spotting to textblock top. Textblock lightly toned. In a near fine, unclipped jacket, moderately rubbed along hinges.

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