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Selected Publications by Ron Padgett


Left: silver gelatin photograph of RP by Lorenz Gude, bound in first edition of In Advance of the Broken Arm. Lorenz Gude, 1964. Right: collage by Joe Brainard for Quelques Poèmes / Some Translations / Some Bombs. N.p., 1963.

Poet, writer, translator, and editor Ron Padgett (b. 1942) has published extensively in unique printed forms: mimeographed magazines and pamphlets with covers by Joe Brainard, George Schneeman, and Andy Warhol; C Press projects such as William Burroughs’ Time; and small-edition collaborations with artists and publishers such as Bertrand Dorny and Gervais Jassaud. This collection of Ron Padgett publications presents the above assortment as well as other volumes, including his first self-published work in 1960 (Summer Balloons) and an array of books he edited for Full Court Press from 1974–1989. Nearly all of the following items are from Padgett’s personal collection and most bear his signature, including a number of exceedingly rare volumes.

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7S or Seven Silks
by Jen Bervin

Boxed edition of 100
Published 2018
5 1/4" h x 6 1/2" w x 12 1/2" d
Price: $2125

7S, or Seven Silks, is a project by Jen Bervin that elaborates upon the research and writings that inform Silk Poems—a long-form poem presented as a biosensor made from liquefied silk developed in collaboration with Tufts University’s Silklab, as a publication by Nightboat Books, and as the artist book offered now for the first time publicly by Granary Books.

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Granary Books is pleased to offer for sale a comprehensive 
collection of 0 to 9 magazine and books.

The 0 to 9 Collection


0 to 9, no. 2. Aug. 1967 (left) and Bernadette Mayer. Story. 1968 (right).

Edited by Vito Acconci and Bernadette Mayer, 0 to 9 is widely considered one of the most experimental and influential publications of the mimeograph and small press movement in America. Published in six issues from 1967 to 1969 in New York City, 0 to 9 also published a supplement titled Street Works and several books by Aram Saroyan, Bernadette Mayer, Vito Acconci, and Rosemary Mayer, along with three booklets that constituted Adrian Piper’s first solo exhibition. 0 to 9 was especially engaged in the particulars of the page and inscriptions upon it, emphasizing aspects of performance, minimalism, multi-disciplinarity, and concrete approaches to language. Given small print runs of 100 to 350 copies per issue, the original publications of 0 to 9 are exceedingly rare.

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Granary Books is pleased to announce...
 

Intermedia, Fluxus and the Something Else Press: Selected Writings
by Dick Higgins

Edited by Steve Clay and Ken Friedman
Paperback 7.25" x 9.75", 364 pages
100+ color & 100+ b/w illustrations; index
Artist’s writings, poetics, theory
ISBN: 978-1-938221-20-0
Price: $35

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