Santa Barbara: Cadmus 1981, an edition of 26 lettered copies signed by Burroughs. A collection of routines (Burroughs’ term for skits or scenarios) from back in the 1940s and 50s, these show just how funny Burroughs could be when engaged in free-form extemporizing.
_____ an edition of 125 copies signed by Burroughs, bound in cloth covered boards with thin tissue jacket.
_____ a numbered edition of 349 softbound copies.
_____ the trade edition, bound in wraps.
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.
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