MARSHALL BROOKS

New poems by Bayonne New Jersey's own unstoppable Herschel Silverman.

Introduction by Marshall Brooks.

Bee Hive Press /​ Arts End Books, 2013

$20

Bookshelf Cowboy by Herschel Silverman

A sung bibliography of Bayonne, NJ, neo-Beat Silverman's downstair's packed bookshelf. Invaluable small press history, with notes.

Introduction by Marshall Brooks

Letterpress cover. Cover art by author.

Bee Hive Press/​Arts End Books, 2001

$10

As Contributor to Other Books

THE WORLD OF BERN
ed. and pub'd. by Roger Jackson


Stunning tribute to Maine physicist, publisher, poet, and bibliographer, BERN PORTER. Just published (9/​02) in a signed, ltd. ed. of 50 copies. This book will be a collector's item, no doubt, in a matter of months, if not days.

Completely "out" publishing, with contributions by John M. Bennett, Marshall Brooks, Magnus Grehn, Sheila Holtz, Roger Jackson, Gene King, Karl Orend, Bern Porter (!), David A. Pratt, Ernst Richter, Louise Roarty, and Andrew Russ.

The Bern Porter stroboscope is not be missed, nor the series of commemorative Bern Porter stamps...

Roger Jackson, Publisher
339 Brookside Dr.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
rogerjackson@​comcast.net

LIFT OFF, NEW & SELECTED POEMS
1961-2001
by Herschel Silverman


Introduction by Marshall Brooks

A Water Row/​ Long Shot Productions, 2002

Excellent 192 page survey of the Bayonne poet's work. Highly recommended.

Order through:

Long Shot Productions
POB 6238
Hoboken NJ 07030

or

Water Row Books
POB 438
Sudbury MA 01776

BOSTON AND MAINE
Forest, River and Mountain

by Robert Willoughby Jones


Pine Tree Press, 2000

Contains: "Riding Henry Thoreau's Railroad", by Marshall Brooks

Gorgeous illustrated book (contains 217 color photographs) on the Boston and Maine railroad. A rail fan's dream come true. Highly recommended.

Order from:

Pine Tree Press
POB 39484
Los Angeles, CA 90039

Selected Works

Non-fiction
Literary essays, memoir, history, bibliography.
Literary History
History of the Bookshelf Told Through the Author's Own Pen-and-Ink Drawings and Commentary
Life Choices
(co-edited with Stephanie Greene) Ancient and Modern Tales and Poems on Choices People Make Along the Road of Life
Book About Books Anthology
Classic and Contemporary Confessions on Living with Books Intensively
Artist's Book
Imaginary Tour of American Painter Albert Pinkham Ryder's Infamous NYC Studio Digs
Poetry
Poems About Snow Written In Collaboration With Harry Smith
Miscellaneous