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1 SUKNASKI, Andrew East of Myloona. First Edition.
Thistledown Press, Saskatoon, SK, 1979, ISBN:0920066216 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. East of Myloona. (Saskatoon, SK: Thistledown Press, 1979). First Edition. Pp. (10),11-65,(3). 8vo, white card covers with black lettering to spine. Suknaski (b. July 30, 1942, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). A collection of free-verse bySaskatchewan's "Wood Mountain" poet. Illustrated with a selection of drawi ngs by Suknaski, from when he was writer-in-residence at the University of Manitoba. "Map/Compass", "Pacific Western Flight North", "Tjar Doornbos", "Icon and Axe", "Oliver Powder", "The Miners' Mess in the Yellowkniie Inn", "Alex Tawye", "lnuvik", "Shaman Angatkrok", "Inukpak", "Henry Rivett", "Harry Debastien", "To the One", "Don and Loddy", "Young lnuit Art Student", "Inukshuk", "Campbell Creek", "Hunter Stranded on Ice Floe", "Evening Camp", "Ruth Carroll Speaks of Nehtroo", "The Arena", and "Letter to Eddie Bazie".Name, else very good to fine. 15.00

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2 SUKNASKI, Andrew COOLEY, Dennis, ed. In the Name of Narid : New Poems. First Edition.
Porcupine's Quill, Erin, ON, 1981, ISBN:0889840377 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. In the Name of Narid. New Poems edited by Dennis Cooley. Erin, ON: The Porcupine's Quill, 1981. First Printing. Pp. (8),9-124,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, photo-illustrated white card covers with black titles to front and spine. Suknaski (b. July 30, 1942, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). Includes the following poems:"After 'A Prairie Boy's Sumer'", "Kosmach", "What Is Remembered", "Photogr aph from Poland", "A Letter to Mykola", "West to Tolstoi, Manitoba", "The First Syrota", "Cornelius Warkentin", "Prosvita", "Letters Between Two Prairie Friends", "Tulova", "Lebret Mission", "November Hunt 1975", "Suknatskyj Taking a Greyhound North", "Paska i Khmary", "Leaving Home Again", "Dominion Day Departures", "The Gift", "Genesis", "Pysanky", "Kistka", "Perepolokh in Assiniboia", "The Garden", "First Born", "Registration of Death", "FoundFragment", "Suknatskyj Addressing a Second Uncle", "To Whom It May Concern ", "Now It All Begins Like This", "The Ghost Gun", "Farm Dogs", "Ukrainian Christmas Eve", "Tony Toporosky / Winnipeg Bus Depot", "Winnipeg to Saskatoon / Night Journey", "Estevan, Saskatchewan", "Centennial Barber Shop", "òMike Kalapaka's Poolhall", "Vasylyna's Retreat", "Manhattan Borscht", "Hurakan", and"Old Country Alcoholic Orphan". Name inked to flyleaf, four characters inked verso rear cover, small sticker ghost to front cover, else very good. 15.00

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3 SUKNASKI, Andrew Land They Gave Away : New & Selected Poems. First Edition.
NeWest Press, Edmonton, 1982, ISBN:0920316484 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. The Land They Gave Away : New & Selected Poems. Edmonton:NeWest Press, (1982). First Printing. Pp. (10),11-160. 8vo, decorated blue card covers with white titles to front and spine. Suknaski (b. July 30, 19 42, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). Includes the following poems: visual poems: "Carpenter", "Woman", and"Q"; from Wood Mountain Poems: "Homestead, 1914", "Jimmy Hoy's Place", "Ph ilip Well", "Nez Perces at Wood Mountain", "Poem to Sitting Bull and His Son Crowfoot", "West Central Pub", "Indian Site on the Edge of Tonita Pasture", "Eli Lycenko", "Ernie Hudson", "Lee Soparlo", "Nightbus to Vancouver"; from The Ghosts Call You Poor: "Gabriel Dumont and an Indian Scout Changing Coats", "Alexander Czornucha", "Union Hospital in Assiniboia", "The Last Letter", "Konopli", "Capreol Red", "The Gold Mountain", "Poem Written to Old Friends at Christmas Time"; from In the Name of Narid: "After 'A Prairie Boy's Summer'", "Kosmach", "West to Tolstoi, Manitoba (circa 1900)", "Cornelius Warkentin", "Tulova", "Suknatskyj Taking a Greyhound North", "Ukrainian Christmas Eve", "Vasylyna's Retreat", "Hurakan"; and the following new poems: "In the Beginning was The", "Hwui Shan Crossing 55° N Parallel West of Turtle Island (Now North America) in 499 AD", "End of Barkerville's Mainstreet (circa 1900)", "Healy's Ride / Fort Walsh to Helena, Montana", "Letter to Big Bear", "Ajiiman", "Tracing", "Walk Somewhere Along Mistawasis Jackpines", "Abandoned Oblate Seminary", "Louis Morin", "A.H. Gore", "Second Thoughts", "Arson Gosselin", "The Crossing", "Betrayal Beginning in Dreams", "The Faceless Goodbyes", "Saturday Night Haiku", "Narayan", and "Grilled Haiku". Small nick to bottom right front corner and tail of spine, previous owner's name inked to half-title leaf, else very good. 15.00

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4 SUKNASKI, Andrew Leaving
Repository Press, Seven Persons, Alberta, 1974, 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. Leaving. Seven Persons, Alberta: Repository Press, (1974). Pp. (6),7-78,(2). 8vo, cream card covers with yapped edges, brown lettering and illustration to front, blank spine. Suknaski (b. July 30, 1942, nearWood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). Li mited edition of 500. Includes the following poems: "American Express", "Belinda", "Chatalet/Paris Metro", "The Children of Lire/A Sculpture", "Circles", "Deathlocks", "The Deer", "Devastated City/A Scultpure by Rotterdam's Harbour", "Dreamtime", 'Dublin", "Eternal Triangle", "Fears", "Feathers", "The Ferry to Oka", "The First Ice", "For Yasunari Kawabata/In Memorium", "The Freezing Point", "The Greener Pasture", "Goya", "Hitch-hiking", "The Hospital", "Kastelion's Town Square", "Lanterns", "Lieben: Winter Poem on BowenIsland", "Living 1970/71: In Memory of Pierre Laport", "Love Within Shadow s", "Maritime Potatoe Picker", "Mirages", "Motorcycle Gang", "Mountain Climbing", "On First Looking Over Iraklion", "The Party", "The Poem's Logic/Or:Where Places Really Exist", "San Francisco", "Saskatchewan Potash Mine", " Singaporean Shoeshine Boy", "Speakers' Corner/Hyde Park in London", "Subways", "The Swallows of San Juan Capistrano", "Teo's Bakery", "Ulsterbus to Belfast", "Visions", "Water Tables", "Why It Helps To Memorize Poems", "Windrows", "Woman", and "Xmas in California". Small abrasion to rear cover, elsevery good. Uncommon. 75.00

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5 SUKNASKI, Andrew Montage for an Interstellar Cry. First Edition.
Turnstone Press, Winnipeg, 1982, ISBN:0888010486 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. Montage for an Interstellar Cry. (Winnipeg): Turnstone Press, (1982). First Printing. Pp. (12),13-75,(5). 8vo, printed blue card covers with grey titles to front, black titles to white spine. Suknaski (b. July 30, 1942, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). "In his new long poem, 'Montage for an Interstellar Cry', Suknaski draws on his roots in the experimental poetry of the 60's to producea pyrotechnic collage encompassing the MX missile, Wood Mountain, Pinochet 's Chile, prehistoric man and the world of urban fringes -- all co-ordinates in the embrace of an interstellar cry." - from the rear cover. Light brown toning to fore-edge, name inked to flyleaf, four characters inked verso rear cover, else very good. Due to the small size of this volume, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 14.00

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6 SUKNASKI, Andrew JOHNSON, William Octomi. First Edition.
Thistledown Press, Saskatoon, 1976, ISBN:0920066038 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. Octomi. Poems by Andrew Suknaski. Drawings by William Johnson. (Saskatoon, Sask.): Thistledown Press, (1976). First Edition. Pp. (3),4-39,(1). Illustrated. Square 8vo, stapled brown card covers. Suknaski (b.July 30, 1942, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Ja w, Saskatchewan). A collection of poems by the Saskatchewan author, with a selection of drawings by his friend, Johnson. Very good. 20.00

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7 SUKNASKI, Andrew Old Mill. First Edition.
Blewointmentpress, Vancouver, 1972, 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. Old Mill. (Vancouver): Blewointmentpress, (1972). First Printing. Pp. (22). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Squre 8vo, stapled decorated blue wraps with black titles to front. "printid in ltd ed uv 300 april/72". Suknaski (b. July 30, 1942, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). A slim collection of visual poetry by the Saskatchewan author. Previous owner's name inked to dedication page, four characters inked to corner verso rear cover, else very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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8 SUKNASKI, Andrew On First Looking Down From Lions Gate Bridge. First Edition.
Black Moss Press, Coatsworth, ON, 1976, 
SUKNASKI, Andrew. On First Looking Down From Lions Gate Bridge. (Coatsworth, ON): Black Moss Press, (January 1976). Printed by Kurt Rathfelder at The Porcupine's Quill. Pp. (24). Unpaginted. 8vo, stapled printed grey wraps with black titles to front cover. Suknaski (b. July 30, 1942, near Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan – d. May 3, 2012, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan). Includes the following poems: "Yeti", "The Pensioners", "Nightbus to Vancouver", "The Robson Street Waitress", "The Pigeon on Barclay Street", "Picasso / La fillette a la boule", "Terry", "Wood Mountain Almanac", "West Central Pub", "Principal in a Prairie Town", "The Nurses' Aid (for Sofie Demjanew)", and "Poemfor Eve / In Memoriam". Previous owner's name inked to title page, four ch aracters inked to corner verso rear cover, small sticker ghost to front cover, else very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs willbe cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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9 RICOU, Laurence, (ed.) KROETSCH, Robert SUKNASKI, Andrew WADDINGTON, Miriam Twelve Prairie Poets
Oberon Press, 1976, ISBN:0887502040 
RICOU, Laurence, (ed.). Twelve Prairie Poets. Edited by Laurence Ricou. [N.pl.]: (Oberon Press, 1976). First Printing. Pp. (4),5-198,(2). Oblong 8vo, printed brown card covers with cream-lettered red title block to front cover, black lettering to spine. An anthology of eighty-seven Prairie poems, with contributions from Douglas Barbour, George Bowering, Elizabeth Brewster,Gary Geddes, Robert Kroetsch [Lecker, Robert Kroetsch : An Annotated Bibli ography B97], Eli Mandel, Sid Marty, John Newlove, Peter Stevens, Andrew Suknaski, Miriam Waddington, and David Zieroth. Name inked to flyleaf, four characters inked inside rear cover, else a very good, tight copy. 25.00

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