Berkeley: Thorp Springs Press, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Good. 309pp. Octavo [21 cm] Red and black printed wraps. With a blurb on the rear wrap from Jack Kerouac stating, "We must have been the same kind of travelers... your a natural born writer, a pure storyteller." The spine is a bit rolled, there is a small stain on the front wrap, and there are a handful of small, light stains on the fore edge of the text block. A labor novel, in which the main character, from southern Mexico tries to become a guest worker in the United States. Inscribed by the author and long-term supporter of the International Workers of the World, Eugene Nelson on the title page. Nelson writes, "For the fabulous pinball poet, ____ - Eugene Wilson, 1-15-73. (Inventory #: 49403)
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