R. Crumb Mineshaft #29 Charles Bukowski R. Crumb's Dream Diary Blues Photos For Sale
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Mineshaft #29 is HOT off the PRESS!!! Featuring... More Amazing "Excerpts From R. Crumb's Dream Diary" (dreams this issue include: "Dream of Government Agents Trying to Make Me Take Pills," "Dream of two toilets," "Dream of neglected children," "Dream of huge woman in thigh-high boots," "Dream of two girls in an elevator," "Dream of running with my brother Charles," and "Hypnogogic demons") & inside back cover sketchbook art by Crumb! Poetry-Comic Back Cover, "Stone Tiger Frozen Sea" by Charles Bukowski, illustrated by Pat Moriarity and David Collier! "Moon Going Down" black & white photos of legendary Blues musicians (Son House, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Lightin' Hopkins & More!) playing in Southern California during the late 1960s and early '70's... by Brad Barrett! "The End of Films" by David Collier! Political cartoons by Mary Fleener! Comics by Christoph Mueller! Sketchbook drawings by Spain Rodriguez! Comics by Aleksandar Zograf! Comics by Aaron Lange! Art by Robert Armstrong! And Letters from around the world! First printing. 40 pages. 1,000 copies printed in April, 2013. Uncirculated copy in mint condition!
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