How Do You Do? Ed BULLINS.

How Do You Do?

Mill Valley, California: Illuminations Press, [1967]. First Edition. Octavo (19 cm.), 31 pp.
Stiff, black and white, photographic paper wrappers, machine-stapled bound. Front wrapper depicts photograph of two performing actors, back of wrapper with poem, "Blurb Song" (anonymous) and price of $1.50. Two (2) photographic plates. Fine. Item #7

As Minister of Culture for the Black Panthers, and a leading figure of the Black Arts Movement, Ed Bullins, took a no-guts, no-glory, 1960s revolutionary attitude. Bullins authored unique and challenging plays about racial and sexual roles and is Founder of the San Francisco Playwrights Workshop. Originally published in "Black Dialogue" magazine in 1965, "How Do You Do?" is a cornerstone play in Black Revolutionary Theater. Only one copy listed with OCLC.

Price: $100.00

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