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There Are People Who Say That Painters Shouldn’t Talk: A GUSTONBOOK
By Patrick James Dunagan
coevr of Let George Do It by George Deem; forest green background, large square painting at center of a roud bordered by extra-tall skinny trees, a countryside, a large cloudy sky, and the refelction of a man's eyes in the top right corner as if from a car rearview mirror, title centered above photo, author name centered below in yellow typed font
Let George Do It
By George Deem
The Arab Apocalypse front cover image: bright orange background with a drawing of three broken, black circles lined up horizontally, with black streaks interrupting them. The circles could be representations of the sun. Text on the cover reads: Etel Adnan, The Arab Apocalypse, The Post-Apollo Press.
The Arab Apocalypse
By Etel Adnan
A Dangerous Thing poetry by Ruth-Marion Baruch
A Dangerous Thing
By Ruth-Marion Baruch
cover of The Indian Never Had a Horse by etel adnan; light pink background with a large vertical rectangle centered of a black ink drawing of trees and a horizon line, title and author photo centered below in typed text
The Indian Never Had a Horse & Other Poems
By Etel Adnan

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