Nelson, Paul. Ice. Kalamazoo, MI: Blue Mountain Press, 1974. First Edition. Blue Mountain Press Chapbook Number Two (Number One was published the same year). 18 pp, Near Fine in stapled wraps. INSCRIBED on half-title page to Eberhart: “To Dick, in friendship, Paul.”
Nickerson, Shelia. In Rooms of Falling Rain. Berkeley: Thorp Springs Press, 1976. First Edition. INSCRIBED on title page to Richard Eberhart and wife: “To Dick and Betty with fond regards Shelia.” VG+ softcover, rubbing, edgewear. 132 pp., cover drawing by Amelia Gianelli. A nice association between Nickerson, the former Poet Laurette of Alaska, and Eberhart.
Nickerson, Shelia. Songs of the Pine-Wife. Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, 1980. INSCRIBED on title page to Richard Eberhart, “a rare poet who came to Alaska.” Near Fine in (dare I say pine) green pictorial wraps, shelfwear at spine. Another nice association between Nickerson, the former Poet Laurette of Alaska, and Eberhart.
Peterson. R. Stanley. A Nothing Clay. (Hollywood, FL, 1968. Self-published). 16 pp, Near Fine in pictorial wraps. Limited Edition of 200 copies, this one No. 8, INSCRIBED to Richard Eberhart: “To Richard Eberhart with kind regards—after 37 years at New (Trier?). R. Stanley Peterson.” Peterson edited Poetry II, a collection of poetry, in the mid-1960s.
Whitman, Ruth. The Passion of Lizzy Borden: New and Selected Poems. New York: October House Inc, 1973. INSCRIBED to Eberhart, “For Dick, with much love, Ruth.” Softcover, 116 pp., VG+. Whitman was a poetry instructor at Radcliffe as well as a noted translator of modern Greek, French, and Yiddish poetry; James Dickey wrote of her work in the New York Times that she possessed a “certain new delicacy of perception…a flowing into quality surprisingly like that described by the Zen masters.”. Item #180