Comprehensive Araki bibliography - UPDATE

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  1. David R Munson

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    OK, so major edit here. I've spent the last couple evenings scouring the web for all the information I could find and compiled what I've found so far into a sort of a database. There's more out there that I'm slowly digging up, but what I've put together so far represents the most info about Araki publications I've seen in one place. The most recent build can be found below - take a look at it and if you see any publications or information missing that you can fill me in on, please send me an email. Still a work in progress, I know I've got at least 20 more books to add and then I may start digging up magazine publications.

    http://www.davidrmunson.com/ref/araki/
     
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    A first-ed copy of "Tokyo Lucky Hole" on ebay right now, if you're keen on collecting...
     
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    Oh I'm keen, just no cash right now. I already spent some of my food money on that new Shibata book...
     
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    There's a dealer selling a Moriyama/Araki box set too -- seems to have two copies at $695 -- includes "Sentimental Journey"! The book I most want... *sigh* too pricey for me today
     
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    I'm still glad I was lucky enough to get a copy of Moriyama's "Shinjuku." Second printing, but only 300 copies.