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Once A One Shot Magazine Vol. I No. 1
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Once A One Shot Magazine Vol. I No. 1

By Clark, Tom, Editor (Philip Lamantia, Aram Saroyan, Robin Blaser, Tom Raworth et al)

Essex: Privately Printed, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. One of the eleven issues of this "one shot" poetry magazine edited by Tom Calrk out of Brightlingreen, Essex during the 1960's. Each issue ends with the letters CE. Cover artist not stated, This issue featuring poems by Blaser, Steve Jonas, Edw. Dorn, Allan Kaplan, Edward van Aelstyn, Sam Abrams, Gerry Gilbert et al. A clean near fine copy. One of the scarcer issues in this series and difficult to locate in nice condition.

$250.00

The Ark Spring 1947
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The Ark Spring 1947

By Patchen, Kenneth, Cummings, E. E., Lamantia, Philip, Duncan, Robert, Everson, William et al

San Francisco: The Ark, 1947. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. First issue (of three published) of this literary magazine. Editor not stated. 73 pp. Toning to cover edges and general edgewear. A very good copy in stapled illustrated wrappers. Features an excerpt from Sleepers Awake by Kenneth Patchen plus work by Kenneth Rexroth, Cummings, Paul Goodman, george Woodcock, Duncan and more. All issues of Ark have become scarce.

$250.00

City 6

By Claire, F. B., Editor (Ted Berrigan, Charles Bernstein, Donald Barthelme et al)

San Francisco: City / Groundwater Press, 1977. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo. The Fall 1977 issue of this literary magazine. Very good condition with some rubbing to covers. 108 pp. Includes a long interview with poet Ted Berrigan with Rosanne Ehrlich, Ron Kostar and Zack Rogow.

$30.00

The Floating Bear, A Newsletter (13 Issues all from the library of poet Jackson Mac Low)
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The Floating Bear, A Newsletter (13 Issues all from the library of poet Jackson Mac Low)

By Di Prima, Diane & LeRoi Jones, Editors

New York: Floating Bear, 1961. First edition. Paperback. Good. Collection of thirteen issues of this important mimeo revolution poetry newsletter edited by Di Prima and Jones. It showcased important Beat, Black Mountain and New York School writers and artists. This collection includes issue # 8, 11, 15, 19, 20, 21, 23, 29, 32, 35, 36, 37 and 38 (Intrepid No. 20 / Floating Bear 38). Includes cover artwork by Wallace Berman, Jess Collins and Brion Gysin. Nearly all of the issues have Mac Low’s franked address sticker. Condition of these magazines vary, but all are in good to very good condition. Paper soiled in places and creased

$1500.00

Measure Boston:  Three The City (Inscribed by Wieners)
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Measure Boston: Three The City (Inscribed by Wieners)

By Wieners, John, Editor (James Schuyler, Barbara Guest, Jack Spicer, Philip Lamantia, Charles Olson et al)

Milton, MA: Measure, 1962. First edition. Paperback. Good. Third and final issue of John Wieners' small press poetry magazine published for the Summer of 1962. Featuring a startling lineup of contributors including Edward Marshall, Spicer, Helen Adam, Sheri Martinelli and more. 36 pp. This copy in only good condition with cover soiling and staining. INSCRIBED by Weiners ("To Joanne with love, John Wieners") on the top of the table of contents page. Quite scarce.

$450.00

Everyman Summer '74
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Everyman Summer '74

By Franke, Christopher, Editor (Charles Bukowski, Russell Atkins, Richard Kostelanetz, Harold Witt, Judson Crews et al)

Cleveland: Everyman 9Cuyahoga Community College), 1974. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall, thick stapled wrappers. 91 pp. Uncommon poetry magazine edited by Christopher Franke. Includes several black and photgraphs, a cartoon plus poems by Bukowski, Atkins, Gerald Locklin, Kirby Congdon and more. A near fine example.

$125.00

Seven Stars No. 22
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Seven Stars No. 22

By Soos, Richard A., Jr., Editor (Charles Bukowski, John Ditsky, Neil Kvern, John Nichols, et al)

Monterey: Seven Stars, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. 8vo. Relatively unknown poetry magazine published out of Monterey. Unpaginated. Reprints two pieces from Bukowski's Factotum plus numerous other poet's contributions. A very good clean copy in stapled pink illustrated wrappers.

$65.00

Lemming 1
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Lemming 1

By Gove, Jim, Editor (Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Charles Bukowski, Diane Wakoski, Douglas Blazek et al)

San Diego: Lemming / San Diego Council for Poetry, 1971. First edition. Paperback. Good +. 8vo. 43 pp. Small press poetry magazine published by the San Diego Council for Poetry. Features work by Gene Frumkin, Duane Locke, Bukowski and more. A good to very good copy in stapled illustrated wrappers. Library stamp to front cover.

$60.00

Kangaroo Court
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Kangaroo Court

By Sherman, Lonnie and Richard J. Lopez, Editors (Charles Bukowski, Arthur Winfield Knight, Kurt Nimmo et al)

Erie, PA: Kangaroo Court, 1984. First edition. Paperback. Fine. Wrappered small press poetry magazine bound with three metal screws. Includes "Wine Pulse" by Charles Bukowski plus a host of other contributors. A fine copy.

$40.00

Marilyn A Magazine of New Poetry Volume I
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Marilyn A Magazine of New Poetry Volume I

By Schneidre, P. and Jeffrey Powers, Editors (Charles Wright, Greg Kuzma, Charles Bukowski, Charles Simic, James Tate, Mark Strand et al)

Claremont: Marilyn, 1975. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. 8vo. 71 pp. First (and only?) issue of this small press poetry magazine featuring an impressive lineup of contributors including several of the "Charles'" (Bukowski, Simic, Wright). A clean near fine copy in bound illustrated wrappers.

$85.00

The Smudge Number Eight
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The Smudge Number Eight

By Malone, Hank, Editor (Charles Bukowski, Steve Kowit, Ronald Koertge, Jane Somerville et al)

Detroit: The Smudge, 1981. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Small press poetry magazine edited by Hank malone. Features several poems by Bukowski. A very good copy in stapled wrappers with cover art by Douglas Mumm.

$60.00

Kill For Peace (Yeah #10)

By Kupferberg, Tuli, Editor; Kenfield, Lannes, Editorinal Assistant

New York: Birth Press, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Pamphlet. 106 pp. The final issue of Tuli Kupferberg's satirical and humorous underground magazine with the heart of an anarchist at the core. Very good condition. With numerous illustrations. Viet Nam

$100.00

New Mexico Quarter Censored Further West

By McClure, Michael, Joyce, James, Kandel, Lenore, Benedetti, David, Rodefer, Stephen and Creeley, Robert

New Mexico: New Mexico Quarterly, 1969. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. The scarce censored issue of New Mexico Quarterly. A near fine copy. Includes poems that were meant to be published in the regular edition of The New Mexico Quarterly but apparently were censored and needed to be published separately here. Rear cover includes a rated R grainy black and white photograph of a man and a woman (Yoko Ono and ??).

$250.00

New Departures 2 / 3
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New Departures 2 / 3

By Horovitz, Michael, Editor (John Cage, Robert Creeley, Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac et al)

Great Britain: New Departures, 1960. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall, trade paperbound literary magazine. Special double issue numbers 2 and 3 featuring work by Allen Ginsberg, Raymond Queneau, Alan Davie, Gregory Corso and more. 128 pp. Addenda slip tipped in at rear. A very good copy with a couple of faint ink markings to the rear cover.

$25.00

Feathers #3
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Feathers #3

By Presson, Bill, Editor (Ted Berrigan, Ron Padgett, Andrei Codrescu, Tom Veitch, Dick Gallup & Martha Paine)

No Place: Two Days Press, 1971. First edition. Paperback. Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. Scarce small press mimeo magazine edited by Presson. Includes a short play by Berrigan, Padgett and veitch with an assist by Gallup. Front cover coming loose from staples. Paper is a somewhat brittle from age. A good only copy of this uncommon and relatively unknown contributor to the poetry mimeo revolution.

$125.00

Spanner Two
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Spanner Two

By Fisher, Allen, Editor (Martin Thom)

London: Spanner, 1975. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. The uncommon second issue of Allen Fisher's small press poetry magazine. Published for February 1975. This issue given over to excerpts of poems by Martin Thom from his book Ironwork. Very good condition.

$75.00

The Poetry Project Newsletter No. 33

By Greenwald, Ted, Editor

New York: Poetry Project, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 1 Mar 1976 issue of this long-running poetry newsletter edited by Ted Greenwald. 8 pp. Stapled at top left corner. A very good copy overall with some general light soiling as this copy was sent through the mails. Recipient address and stamp to rear cover. Folded twice for mailing. Each issue features nreporting of newsorthy events in the poetry world, book reviews, poems and more. This issue includes contributions by Paul Violi, Charles North and others.

$40.00

The Poetry Project Newsletter No. 30

By Greenwald, Ted, Editor

New York: Poetry Project, 1975. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 1 Dec 1975 issue of this long-running poetry newsletter edited by Ted Greenwald. 12 pp. Stapled at top left corner. A very good copy overall with some general light soiling as this copy was sent through the mails. Recipient address and stamp to rear cover. Folded twice for mailing. Each issue features nreporting of newsorthy events in the poetry world, book reviews, poems and more. This issue includes contributions by David Shapiro, Bill Zavatsky and others.

$40.00

The Poetry Project Newsletter No. 91

By Masters, Greg, Editor

New York: Poetry Project, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. The May 1982 issue of this long-running poetry newsletter edited by Greg masters. 42 pp. Stapled at top left corner. A good copy overall with some general light soiling as this copy was sent through the mails. Last page loose from staple. Recipient address and stamp to rear cover. Folded twice for mailing. Each issue features nreporting of newsorthy events in the poetry world, book reviews, poems and more. This issue includes contributions by James Schuyler, Gary Lenhart, Carl Solomon, William Corbett, Jana Harris, Tony Towle, Edwin Denby, Anselm Hollo and others. One of the most substantial issues of this publication. Includes several illustrations by various NYS artists.

$60.00

The Poetry Project Newsletter No. 32

By Greenwald, Ted, Editor

New York: Poetry Project, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 1 Feb 1976 issue of this long-running poetry newsletter edited by Ted Greenwald. 8 pp. Stapled at top left corner. A very good copy overall with some general light soiling as this copy was sent through the mails. Recipient address and stamp to rear cover. Folded twice for mailing. Each issue features nreporting of newsorthy events in the poetry world, book reviews, poems and more. This issue includes contributions by Charles North, Victor Bockris and others.

$40.00

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