Books and Broadside Prints By William S. Burroughs

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A Bibliography

by Eric C. Shoaf

Junky [1953]

Naked Lunch [1959]

Minutes to Go [1960]

The Exterminator [1960]

The Soft Machine [1961]

The Ticket That Exploded [1962]

Dead Fingers Talk [1963]

The Yage Letters [1963]

Roosevelt After Inauguration [1964]

Nova Express [1964]

Time [1965]

APO-33: A Metabolic Regulator [1965]

So Who Owns Death TV? [1967]

The Dead Star [1969]

The Job: Interviews with William Burroughs [1970]

The Last Words of Dutch Schultz [1970]

Ali’s Smile [1971]

The Wild Boys [1971]

Electronic Revolution [1971]

Brion Gysin Let the Mice In [1973]

Exterminator! [1973]

White Subway [1973]

Mayfair Academy Series More or Less [1973]

Port of Saints [1973]

The Book of Breething [1974]

Sidetripping [1975]

Snack [1975]

Cobble Stone Gardens [1976]

The Retreat Diaries [1976]

The Third Mind [1978]

Ali’s Smile/Naked Scientology [1978]

Letters to Allen Ginsberg [1978]

Ah Pook is Here [1979]

Doctor Benway [1979]

Blade Runner (A Movie) [1979]

Wouldn’t You Polish Pine Floors… [1979]

Three Novels [1980]

Cities of the Red Night [1981]

The Streets of Chance [1981]

Early Routines [1981]

Sinki’s Sauna [1982]

Mummies [1982]

A William Burroughs Reader [1982]

The Place of Dead Roads [1983]

The Burroughs File [1984]

Ruski [1984]

New York Inside Out [1984]

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse [1984]

Queer [1985]

The Adding Machine [1985]

The Cat Inside [1986]

The Western Lands [1987]

From The Western Lands [1987]

Apocalypse [1988]

Tornado Alley [1989]

Interzone [1989]

Clause 27 Is Proposition 6 Is The Whole Tamale [1989?]

The Valley [1990]

Seven Deadly Sins [1991]

Ghost of Chance [1991]

X-Ray Man [1991]

Paper Cloud Thick Pages [1992]

Painting and Guns [1992]

Letters of William S. Burroughs: 1945-59 [1993]

Photos and Remembering Jack Kerouac [1994]

Remembering Jack Kerouac [1994]

Junky, Queer, Naked Lunch [1995]

My Education [1995]

Pantopon Rose [1995]

Concrete and Buckshot [1996]

Word Virus: The William Burroughs Reader [1998]

A Spiritual Exercise [1998]

Last Words [2000]

Words of Advice for Young People [2001]

The Heroin Drug Cure [2004?]

This bibliography of A-List publications by William S. Burroughs derives from Eric C. Shoaf’s Collecting William S. Burroughs in Print: A Checklist and is published online courtesy of the author, who retains all rights. Published by RealityStudio in April 2007.

One thought on “Books and Broadside Prints By William S. Burroughs

  1. What is the relation between “Everything Lost” and “Yage Letters Redux,” exactly? I understand that the former is a transcription of Burroughs manuscript/journal, but is this not the same base of material for “The yage Letters”? Also, I am interested in the status of any other postumous releases of Burroughs’ work. For example, I’ve been able to get some scattershot information about a text entitled “Evil River,” which I infer is some sort of biography. I have also read (I forget where at the moment–I think in Harris’ article on his work with “Everything Lost”) that the second volume of Burroughs’ correspondence is hanging fire because of some sort of litigation or problem with the Burroughs estate. Where might I find out, clearly and definitively, anything about these matters? I suspect Mr. Shoaf, in the construction of this bibliography, may be informed about the status of yet unpublished postumous material.

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