Paul Auster Books

Anthologies, Editing, Forewords

Charles Reznikoff: Man and Poet


First edition, first printing. Hardcover, issued without jacket. Auster contributes the essay 'The Decisive Moment'.
National Poetry Foundation: Orono, ME, December 1, 1984.

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The Random House Book of Twentieth-Century French Poetry


First edition, first printing. Hardcover with dust jacket. Signed by Auster, who serves as editor, and contributor Charles Simic.
Random House: New York, 1982.

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Homage to Mandelstam: An Anthology of Poems


First edition, first printing. Trade paperback. 8vo, 87 pp. Heaney contributes the poem 'Exposure’. Other contributors include Geoffrey Hill, Derek Walcott, etc. Auster contributes the poem ‘Siberian’.
Los Poetry Press: Cambridge, 1981.

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Young Voices in American Poetry – 1980


I don't actually own this. According to Drenttel, it contains the poems 'Scribe', 'Hieroglyph', 'Song of Degrees', and 'Covenant'. I purchased a copy years ago and could not find any Auster material. Someone please prove me wrong.
Harbinger Press: California, 1980.

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Voices Within the Ark: The Modern Jewish Poets


First edition, first trade paperback printing. Auster contributes the poems 'Scribe', 'Hieroglyph', 'Song of Degrees', and 'Covenant'.
Avon: New York, 1980.

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The Penguin Book of Women Poets


First edition, first printing. Hardcover with jacket. Auster translates from Anne-Marie Albiach's État. 400 pages.
Allen Lane: London, 1978.

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Younger Critics of North America: Essays on Literature and the Arts


First edition, first printing. Softcover. Auster contributes the essay 'From Cakes to Stone' on Beckett.
Tom Montag/Margin Books: Fairwater, WI, 1976.

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