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Reports from the Bibliographic Bunker

Jed Birmingham on William S. Burroughs Collecting

Crawdaddy, June 1975

Crawdaddy
June 1975

William S. Burroughs’ “Rock Magic”


Crawdaddy, August 1975

Crawdaddy
August 1975

William S. Burroughs’ “Beauty & the Bestseller”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, September 1975

Crawdaddy
September 1975

William S. Burroughs’ “Ten Years and a Billion Dollars”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, October 1975

Crawdaddy
October 1975

William S. Burroughs’ “‘I Cannot Tell a Lie’ Said George Washington”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, November 1975

Crawdaddy
November 1975

William S. Burroughs’ “In the Interests of National Security”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, December 1975

Crawdaddy
December 1975

William S. Burroughs’ “Fore!”

Collected in Cities of the Red Night


Crawdaddy, January 1976

Crawdaddy
January 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “The Fall of Art”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, February 1976

Crawdaddy
February 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “The Limits of Control”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, March 1976

Crawdaddy
March 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “Consider the economics of junk…”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, April 1976

Crawdaddy
April 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “As a columnist I sometimes raid other columnists for ideas…”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, May 1976

Crawdaddy
May 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “The Mayan codices are undoubtedly books of the dead…”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, June 1976

Crawdaddy
June 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “Sexual Conditioning”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, July 1976

Crawdaddy
July 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “The Great Glut”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, August 1976

Crawdaddy
August 1976

William S. Burroughs Jr’s “In a dream of wowing sirens was just another night of doom…”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, September 1976

Crawdaddy
September 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “ln a recent column on the so-called drug problem…”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, October 1976

Crawdaddy
October 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “Last summer in Boulder I was talking to Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche…”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, November 1976

Crawdaddy
November 1976

William S. Burroughs’ “A significant milestone in the Hollywood scenario was the advent of the Talkies…”

Collected in Canyon Cinema Catalog #5


Crawdaddy, January 1977

Crawdaddy
January 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “It Belongs to the Cucumbers”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, February 1977

Crawdaddy
February 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “Les Voleurs”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, March 1977

Crawdaddy
March 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “Roosevelt After Inauguration: A New Introduction”

Collected in Roosevelt After Inauguration


Crawdaddy, April 1977

Crawdaddy
April 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “Prologue”

Collected in Junky


Crawdaddy, May 1977

Crawdaddy
May 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “Go out and take your own pictures…”
Overlaps with material in the “Films” section of The Third Mind


Crawdaddy, June 1977

Crawdaddy
June 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “We Are Coordinated the Guard Is Manifold”

Collected in Cities of the Red Night


Crawdaddy, July 1977

Crawdaddy
July 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “Now B.J. you are asking me to tell vou in one sentence what this film is about?”

Uncollected


Crawdaddy, August 1977

Crawdaddy
August 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “The Last Junky”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, September 1977

Crawdaddy
September 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “God’s Own Medicine”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, October 1977

Crawdaddy
October 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “On the Road to Naked Lunch

Collected in The Adding Machine


Crawdaddy, November 1977

Crawdaddy
November 1977

William S. Burroughs’ “A Word to the Wise Guy”

Collected in The Adding Machine


Scans by Jed Birmingham. Published by RealityStudio on 20 May 2018.

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