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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Willeford, Charles

Willeford, Charles. Outcast Poets. Alicat Bookshop, Yonkers (1947). Number 8 of the Outcast Series of Chapbooks; This issue also includes work by P. K. Thomajan, Miriam Allan deFord, Robert Anthony and F. H. Kaler.

Willeford, Charles. Proletarian Laughter. Alicat Bookshop Press, Yonkers, New York (1948). 1000 copies printed; Contains a preface by the author and seven prose "Schematics" interlaced with the poetry.

Willeford, Charles. High Priest of California. Beacon, New York (1953). Wild Wives; Willeford misspelled as "Williford" on front cover but correct on title page

Willeford,Charles. Pick-Up. Beacon Publications Corp, New York (1955).

Willeford, Charles. High Priest Of California. Beacon Publications Corp, New York (1956). Wild Wives; Willeford misspelled as Williford on the front cover

Willeford, Charles. Honey Gal. Beacon Publications Corp, New York (1958).

Willeford, Charles. Lust Is A Woman. Beacon Universal Publishing and Distribution Corp., New York (1958). Author's name misspelled Williford on the front cover; over art by Micarelli

Willeford, Charles. Woman Chaser. Newsstand Library Book, Chicago (1960).

Willeford, Charles. No Experience Necessary. Newsstand Library No. U182, Chicago (1961).

Willeford, Charles. Understudy For Love. Newsstand Library Magenta Books, Chicago (1961). Cover art by Bonfils

Willeford, Charles. Whip Hand. Fawcett Publications, Greenwich (1961).

Willeford, Charles. Whip Hand. Gold Medal, New York (1961).

Willeford, Charles. Cockfighter. Chicago Paperback House (1962).

Willeford, Charles. No Experience Necessary. Newsstand Library Inc, Chicago (1962). Cover art by Bonfils

Willeford, Charles. MACHINE IN WARD ELEVEN. Belmont Books (1963). A collection of six short stories filled with a sense of the macabre

Willeford, Charles. Poontang. New Athenaeum Press, Crescent City (1966).

Willeford, Charles. Poontang. Florida New Athenaeum Press, Crescent City (1967). 500 copies printed.

Charles, Will. Hombre From Sonora. Lenox Hill Press, New York (1971).

Willeford, Charles. Cockfighter. Crown Publishers, New York (1972).

Willeford, Charles. A Guide for the Underhemorrhoided. Star Publishing, Boynton Beach (1977). 1000 copies printed

Willeford, Charles Ray. Off the Wall. Pegasus Rex Press, Montclair (1980). A True Life Novel.

Willeford, Charles Ray. Miami Blues. St Martins Pr, Gordonsville, Virginia (1984).

Willeford, Charles. Miami Blues. St, Martin's, New York (1984). Introduces Hoke Moseley

Willeford, Charles. New Hope for the Dead. St. Martin's Press, New York (1985).

Brown, Fredric. SEX LIFE ON THE PLANET MARS. Dennis McMillan Publications, Miami Beach (1986). FREDRIC BROWN IN THE DETECTIVE PULPS VOL. 10; includes: Walk in the Shadows; Blind Lead; A Change for the Hearse; Murder in Furs; How Tagrid Got There; Sleuth from Mars; 400 copies.

Willeford, Charles. Something About a Soldier. Random House, New York (1986). An autobiography of Willeford's Army life before WWII

Willeford, Charles. High Priest of California. RE/SEARCH, SAN FRANCISCO (1987). Wild Wives, 250 copies printed.

Willeford, Charles. Kiss Your Ass Goodbye. Dennis McMillan, Miami Beach (1987). 400 copies printed; In a colorful dustjacket by Joe Servello

Willeford, Charles. New Forms of Ugly. Dennis McMillian, Miami Beach (1987). The Immobilized Hero in Modern Fiction; 350 copies printed.

Willeford, Charles Ray. Sideswipe. St Martins Pr, Gordonsville, Virginia (1987).

Willeford, Charles. Everybody's Metamorphosis. Dennis McMillan, Missoula, MT (1988). 400 copies printed; Dust Jacket painting and endpapers by Joe Servello

Willeford, Charles. The Way We Die Now. Ultramarine Publishing Co, New York (1988). 99 copies.

Willeford, Charles. Cockfighter Journal. Neville Publishing, Santa Barbara (1989). 300 copies printed and 26 lettered copies; Foreword by James Lee Burke