William Burroughs in Anthologies

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Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men

Gene Feldman and Max Gartenberg (editors)
Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men
Citadel, 1958

William Burroughs contributes (as “William Lee”) “My First Days on Junk”

(Maynard & Miles B1)


Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men

Gene Feldman and Max Gartenberg (editors)
Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men
Dell Books, 1959

William Burroughs contributes (as “William Lee”) “My First Days on Junk”

(Maynard & Miles B1)


Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men

Gene Feldman and Max Gartenberg (editors)
Protest: The Beat Generation and the Angry Young Men
Panther, 1959

William Burroughs contributes (as “William Lee”) “My First Days on Junk”

(Maynard & Miles B2)


The Beats

Seymour Krim (editor)
The Beats
Fawcett, 1960

William Burroughs contributes “Two Episodes from The Naked Lunch

(Maynard & Miles B3)


The Drug Experience: First-Person Accounts of Addicts, Writers, Scientists, and Others

David Ebin (editor)
The Drug Experience: First-Person Accounts of Addicts, Writers, Scientists, and Others
Orion Press, 1961

William Burroughs contributes “I Went into Pushing with Bill Gains” (excerpt from Junkie) and “I Saw the Apomorphine Treatment Really Work” (reprint of “Newspeak Précis” and “Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness” from Evergreen Review)

(Maynard & Miles B6)


Writers in Revolt

Terry Southern, Richard Seaver, Alexander Trocchi (editors)
Writers in Revolt
Frederick Fell, 1963

William Burroughs contributes “From Naked Lunch

(Maynard & Miles B9)


The Moderns

Leroi Jones (editor)
The Moderns
Corinth Books, 1963

William Burroughs contributes “Vaudeville Voices,” “Berserk Machine,” “The Ticket That Exploded,” “Note on Vaudeville Voices,” and “The Cut Up Method”

(Maynard & Miles B10)


The Addict

Dan Wakefield (editor)
The Addict
Fawcett, 1963

William Burroughs contributes “Feeding the Monkey”

(Maynard & Miles B11)


LSD: The Consciousness-Expanding Drug

David Solomon (editor)
LSD: The Consciousness-Expanding Drug
Putnam, 1964

William Burroughs contributes “Points of Distinction Between Sedative and Consciousness Expanding Drugs”
See also “William Burroughs and David Solomon

(Maynard & Miles B15)


Writers in Revolt, 1965, front

Terry Southern, Richard Seaver, Alexander Trocchi (editors)
Writers in Revolt (front)
Berkley Publishing, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “From Naked Lunch

(Maynard & Miles B9)


Writers in Revolt, 1965, back

Terry Southern, Richard Seaver, Alexander Trocchi (editors)
Writers in Revolt (back)
Berkley Publishing, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “From Naked Lunch

(Maynard & Miles B9)


The Moderns

Leroi Jones (editor)
The Moderns
MacGibbon & Kee, London, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “Vaudeville Voices,” “Berserk Machine,” “The Ticket That Exploded,” “Note on Vaudeville Voices,” and “The Cut Up Method”

(Maynard & Miles B10)


The Drug Experience: First-Person Accounts of Addicts, Writers, Scientists, and Others

David Ebin (editor)
The Drug Experience: First-Person Accounts of Addicts, Writers, Scientists, and Others
Grove Press, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “I Went into Pushing with Bill Gains” (excerpt from Junkie) and “I Saw the Apomorphine Treatment Really Work” (reprint of “Newspeak Précis” and “Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness” from Evergreen Review)

(Maynard & Miles B6b)


Darazt: An Anthology

Darazt: An Anthology
Lovebooks Limited, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “Who is the Walks Beside Written 3rd”

(Maynard & Miles B16)


The Award Avant-Garde Reader

Gil Orlovitz (editor)
The Award Avant-Garde Reader
Award, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “Proclaim Present Time Over”

(Maynard & Miles B17)


The New American Story

Donald M. Allen and Robert Creeley (editors)
The New American Story
Grove Press, 1965

William Burroughs contributes “Ordinary Men and Woman” and “Censorship”

(Maynard & Miles B18)


The Best of Olympia

Maurice Girodias (editor)
The Best of Olympia
New English Library, 1966

William Burroughs contributes “The Ticket That Exploded”

(Maynard & Miles B25)


The Olympia Reader

Maurice Girodias (editor)
The Olympia Reader
Ballantine Books 1967

William Burroughs contributes excerpts from Naked Lunch, The Ticket That Exploded, The Soft Machine

(Maynard & Miles B19b)


Evergreen Review ReaderINFO

Barney Rosset (editor)
Evergreen Review Reader
Grove Press, 1968

William Burroughs contributes “Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness,” “From Naked Lunch,” and “Comments on ‘The Night before Thinking’”

(Maynard & Miles B44)


Notes from the New Underground

Jesse Kornbluth (editor)
Notes from the New Underground
An Ace Book, By arrangement with Viking Press, 1968

William Burroughs contributes “Academy 23: A Deconditioning”

(Maynard & Miles B41)


A Casebook on the Beat

Thomas Parkinson (editor)
A Casebook on the Beat
Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1969 (8th Printing)

William Burroughs contributes “Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness,” “The Cut Up Method of Brion Gysin,” and “A Newspeak Precis of the Article Made in Its Image with its Materials.”

Also contains:
Alan Ansen, “Anyone Who Can Pick Up a Frying Pan Owns Death”
Paul Bowles, “Burroughs in Tangier”


The 60s Reader

James Haskins and Kathleen Benson (editors)
The 60s Reader
Viking Kestrel, 1970

William Burroughs contributes “Academy 23: A Deconditioning”


Breakthrough Fictioneers, front

Richard Kostelanetz (editor)
Breakthrough Fictioneers (front)
Something Else Press, 1973


Breakthrough Fictioneers, back

Richard Kostelanetz (editor)
Breakthrough Fictioneers (back)
Something Else Press, 1973


The Story So Far (front)

David Young (editor)
The Story So Far (front)
The Coach House Press, Toronto, 1974

William Burroughs contributes “The Health Officer”


The Story So Far (back)

David Young (editor)
The Story So Far (back)
The Coach House Press, Toronto, 1974

William Burroughs contributes “The Health Officer”


Univers 10

Jacques Sadoul
Univers 10
J’ai Lu, 1977

William Burroughs contributes “Parler pour Joe”


The Olympia Reader

Maurice Girodias (editor)
The Olympia Reader
Black Cat Book (Grove Press), 1983 (5th Printing)

William Burroughs contributes excerpts from Naked Lunch, The Ticket That Exploded, The Soft Machine


Semiotext(e) USA

Jim Fleming and Peter Lamborn Wilson (editors)
Semiotext(e) USA
Semiotext(e), 1987

William Burroughs contributes “Sects and Death”


The Beat Vision

Arthur and Kit Knight (editors)
The Beat Vision
Paragon House, 1987

William Burroughs contributes “William Burroughs Letter to Jack Kerouac”


Semiotext(e) SF

Rudy Rucker, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Robert Anton Wilson (editors)
Semiotext(e) SF
Semiotext(e), 1989

William Burroughs contributes “The CIA Reporter” and “The New Boy”


Three-Fisted Tales of Bob

Reverend Ivan Stang (editor)
Three-Fisted Tales of Bob
Simon & Schuster Fireside, 1990

William Burroughs contributes “Behind-Foreeverafterword: Sects and Death”


Journal Wired 3, front

Andy Watson and Mark Ziesing (editors)
Journal Wired 3 (front)
California, 1990


Journal Wired 3, back

Andy Watson and Mark Ziesing (editors)
Journal Wired 3 (back)
California, 1990


The Drug User

John Strausbaugh and Donald Blaise (editors)
The Drug User
Blast Books And Dolphin-Moon Press, 1991

William Burroughs contributes a foreward and the cover painting “Burn Unit”


Storming the Reality Studio, front

Larry McCaffery (editor)
Storming the Reality Studio (front)
Duke University Press, 1992


Storming the Reality Studio, back

Larry McCaffery (editor)
Storming the Reality Studio (back)
Duke University Press, 1992


High Risk Anthology

Amy Scholder and Ira Silverberg (editors)
High Risk: An Anthology Of Forbidden Writings
A Plume Book, 1991

William Burroughs contributes “Just Say No To Drug Hysteria”


The Penguin Book of the Beats

Ann Charters (editor)
The Penguin Book of the Beats
Penguin Books, 1993

William Burroughs contributes “Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness” as well as excerpts from Junky, The Yage Letters, and Naked Lunch


A Confederacy of the Dead

Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, and Edward E. Kramer (editors)
A Confederacy of the Dead
A Roc Book, June 1993

William Burroughs contributes “Death Fiend Guerillas”


The Junky's Christmas

Elisa Segrave (editor)
The Junky’s Christmas and Other Yuletide Stories
Serpent’s Tail, 1994

William Burroughs contributes “The Junky’s Christmas”


Twists of the Tale

Ellen Datlow (editor)
Twists of the Tale
Dell, 1996

William Burroughs contributes “Ruski”


Rapid Eye, front

Simon Dwyer (editors)
Rapid Eye (front)
Creation, 1996

William Burroughs contributes “The Fall of Art,” “And His Name Was Rover,” and “The Johnson Family.” Also includes interview with Burroughs conducted by V. Vale.


Rapid Eye, back

Simon Dwyer (editors)
Rapid Eye (back)
Creation, 1996

William Burroughs contributes “The Fall of Art,” “And His Name Was Rover,” and “The Johnson Family.” Also includes interview with Burroughs conducted by V. Vale.


Compiled by Jed Birmingham and published by RealityStudio on 6 November 2010. Updated December 2010 with scans provided by BigCrux. Updated January 2011 with scans provided by Roy Pennington. Updated February 2011 with scans by BigCrux. Updated March 2012 with scans by Gary Lee Nova.
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Comments Total: 7
bigcrux
Nov 8 2010
4:29 pm

Great stuff! How do we contribute?

jed
Nov 8 2010
4:41 pm

Send the images to the RealityStudio contact address and provide the bibliographic info with the image.

Look forward to seeing what you send in.

johnny strike
Nov 9 2010
6:19 pm

very groovy man.

“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes “Awww!”

–Jack Kerouac

Gary Lee-Nova
Nov 11 2010
7:05 pm

Excellent Project Idea!

I think this could lead to a very LARGE Gallery!

I have a Berkley Medallion Edition of WRITERS IN REVOLT: AN ANTHOLOGY that I’ll scan and send for the Gallery.

Black background with hot red and yellow text.

Tor SR Thidesen
Dec 6 2010
9:04 pm

Should /really/ add “High Risk: An Anthology of Forbidden Writings”

Paul R
Dec 7 2010
1:06 am

Don’t forget SF12 ed by Judith Merrill, I know the hardcover has William’s name on the jacket art. I don’t have a copy presently or would send the image..

bigcrux
Dec 27 2010
10:46 pm

You can hear Burroughs read the entire text of Death Fiend Guerillas on a CD entitled FRESH SOUNDS FROM MIDDLE AMERICA #5, released in 1990 by Fresh Sounds, Inc.

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