Item #004983 Angry Candy [provenance: Sidney Sulkin]. John Pauker.
Angry Candy [provenance: Sidney Sulkin]

Angry Candy [provenance: Sidney Sulkin]

Youngstown, Ohio: Pigiron Press, 1976. Paperback. [2], 34, [8] p.: illustrations; 22 cm. Paperback with green and white illustrated covers; cover art by Joe Zabel. Introduction by Jim Villani. Reprinted from Pigiron Magazine, Sept. 1975. Cover title: Angry Candy: The American as Consumer. Inscribed by the author on the first blank page to Naomi and Sidney Sulkin. The author, John "Gunboat" Pauker (1920-1991), was a poet, an editor of the literary quarterly Furioso, and a representative of the United States Information Agency. Angry Candy has been described as a "diatribe against American consumerism and bureaucracy," first delivered to an unsuspecting audience at the Folger Shakespeare Library in 1970. Sidney Sulkin was a poet, short-story writer, novelist, playwright, and editor. In Very Good Condition: cover is rubbed; closed tear of less than 1 cm. at head of spine; upper corner of back cover creased; small chip in upper edge of back cover; clean and bright. Very Good. Item #004983

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