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Bons Baisers de New York


By Art Spiegelman. First edition, first printing. Softcover with intact band. Introduction by Paul Auster (written in French) entitled 'L'Art de L'Inquiétude' ('The Art of Worry').
Flammarion, 2003.

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The Brooklyn Follies (UK)


Fine in fine jacket. True first edition (precedes the American release), first printing. Hardcover with jacket.
Faber & Faber: London, 2005.

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New York Literary Lights


By William Corbett. Softcover. First edition, first printing. Signed and inscribed by Corbett: '7 May '98 For Jane, Don't drop this one! All Best, Bill.' Introduction by John Jay Chapman. Features Zora Neale Hurston, Edgar Allen Poe, the Beat Generation, the Algonquin Round Table, the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and more. Auster is mentioned throughout the book and contributes a short blurb on New York City. 345 pages.
Graywolf Press: St. Paul, 1998.

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Riopelle: Un lieu de liberté / A Space of Freedom


Hardcover (without dj as issued) exhibition catalogue in French and English to accompany the Un lieu de liberté traveling exhibition through Canada in 2000. First edition, first printing. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Preface by Barnard Lamarre. Foreword by Françoise Labbé. Essays accompanying Riopelle's work written by François-Marc Gagnon, Paul Auster, Huguette Vachon, and Françoise Labbé. Auster contributes 'Lumière boréale / Northern Lights' in French and English. 107 pages.
Editions D'Art Le Sabord: Quebec, 2000.

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Living Hand • 8: Single Skies

Printed wrappers. Number 350 of 500. Sarah Plimpton's first book. Inscribed by Plimpton: 'for _____ and ______ | Love, Sarah'. Paul Auster serves as editor.
Living Hand: New York, 1976.

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Here and Now


With J.M. Coetzee. First hardcover edition, first printing. With jacket. Signed by Auster on the title page.
Viking: New York, 2013.

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