For the readers, writers, and book collectors--
Dennis Maloney is selling much of his book collection to help raise money for White Pine Press.
Here's the Facebook blurb--
White Pine Press founder Dennis Maloney is selling off his forty year collection of signed and first editions of poetry and more to raise funds to support White Pine Press. The sale includes significant collections of several poets including Pablo Neruda, Wendell Berry, Joel Oppenheimer, Wendell Berry, Tomaz Salamun, John Montague, John Logan, Rolf Jacobsen, Ted Ensilin, a selection of early work by Native American poets and smaller selections of many other authors.
Some pretty amazing books!
Here's a link if you'd like to browse the inventory.
White Pine Press is a non-profit organization, and sales of material donated to a library or other institution or purchased for above the fair market value of the items will be eligible for a tax deduction. For additional information, questions, or purchases please email Dennis Maloney at dennismaloney (a)yahoo.com.
White Pine Press published my book Letters from the Emily Dickinson Room in 2010, so this is a press close to my heart.
It's rare to find an independent press that has survived so long and has published such an enormous amount of great work. Dennis has dedicated his life to exceptional literary talent and supporting poets and writers, so if you want to improve your own library or have some extra money to share with this press, I do recommend that you do.
Also, you can LIKE White Pine Press on Facebook here.