Yesterday morning I went to a yard sale by local artgeek people, then my favorite local used bookstore.
So, clockwise or deosil from the top left:
* Colin Wilson, The Mind Parasites - I've read it but didn't have a copy, and the textured softcover wraparound cover reminded me of the Shambala Publications books. Besides, Oneiric Press? Had to get it.
* The Golem - Restored version of the classic silent horror film. Now I can take this off my Amazon wish list.
* Johanna Drucker, The Alphabetic Labyrinth: The Letters in History and Imagination - History of writing and written representation of language, with many tangents.
* Jim Marrs, Rule By Secrecy - I read conspiracy theory books treating them as dystopian SF written contemporaneously or after-the-fact-retconning of history, sort of alternate history if this goes on kind of stuff. (Ask me about my JFK assassination theory sometime, of course I have one of my own.)