Posted 1 month ago
I have been a long time Richard Brautigan fan. I have most of his works, and I never thought I'd own this early 1966 re-release of the 1958 The Galilee Hitch-Hiker, Brautigan's second collection of poetry. This edition was limited to 700 copies. I am thrilled. It is hand sewn and in wonderful condition.
Brautigan is famous for In Watermelon Sugar, and he also wrote Revenge of the Lawn; The Pill vs the Springhill Mining Disaster; Lay the Marble Tea; The Octopus Frontier; A Confederate General from Big Sur; Rommel Drives on Deep into Egypt; The Tokyo-Montana Express; So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away; All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace; The Hawkline Monster; Willard and His Bowling Trophies; Sombrero Fallout: A Japanese Novel; Dreaming of Babylon; Loading Mercury with a Pitchfork; Please Plant This Book; June 30th, June 30th; The Abortion: An Historical Romance; The Return of the Rivers; and Trout Fishing in America.
Thank you for looking!