Red Dirt Marijuana and Other Tastes - Terry Southern 1967 - The New American Library, New York - First Edition A bright, sharp, fine copy of Southern’s collection of short stories, satire, and interviews, a detailed portrait of 1950s American culture, featuring a variety of characters ranging from New York gang members, Americans in Paris, suburban wives, jazz musicians, pedantic academicians, magazine editors, and Spanish matadors. An uncommon review copy with publisher's review slip laid in.

Many of the pieces originally appeared in magazines and journals such as
Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, and The Paris Review.

‘Terry Southern writes a clean, mean, coolly deliberate, and murderous prose’ – Norman Mailer.
  References: Bryan, ‘In the Cool World’ New York Time Book Review 1967. Hill, A Grand Guy: The Life and Art of Terry Southern 2002.
8vo. pp. [8] 246 [2]. Publisher’s black cloth, red lettering to spine, in original dust jacket.
  Condition: Fine in fine unclipped dust jacket.   Ref: 107727   Price: HK$ 1,600