Title: Translations from the Gibberish
Author: Michael Marsh
Illustrator: Michael deWaide
Description: Signed by Marsh on title page. Stated first edition. Pictorial wraps. Some toning to wraps. Crisp pages; square corners. Clean. Front and rear covers are illustrated and one other drawing by Oregon artist Michael deWaide. 20 pp. 8.5 x 7 inches. No copies noted on OCLC.
Michael Lee Marsh (1944-1991), aka the Incense Salesman, was an Oregon poet and was active at Portland State University in the early 1970's. The final page indicates that this was the first volume issued in the CLAP series, followed by Angel Pussy and Other Urban American Poems by Walt Curtis; Pure Snake Tunes by Bob Zybach; and Carnal Myths by Michael Burgess.
The illustrator Michael deWaide had been a house-mate of Marsh's in the early 1970s, living in a gingerbread house in Portland's Goose Hollow neighborhood.
Binding: Staple bound soft cover
Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: Conference of Loosely-associated Artists and Poets (CLAP) / Incense Salesman
Place: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: Portland, Oregon, Oregon poets, Oregon authors, underground, Portland State University, poetry, Michael deWaide,
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