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Red Hand Book
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Red Hand Book

By Patterson, Tom, Editor (Fielding Dawson, John Cage, Joel Oppenheimer, Linda Ridings et al)

Atlanta: Pynyon Press, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Square paperbound quarto. 95 pp. One of six hundred copies printed of this compendium of poems, photographs and drawings by Cage, Ron Bayes, Cornel Rubino and many others. A very good plus copy in bound illustrated wrappers.

$100.00

Grok Volume I Number 1
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Grok Volume I Number 1

By MacNeil, William, Editor (Wes Rehberg, Jacob Leed, Aram Boyajian, Lenny Bruce et al)

New Jersey: Grok, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to. The first and perhaps only issue of this literary magazine edited by William MacNeil. The magazine's title is borrowed from the term made famous by science fiction master Robert Heinlein. 30 pp. Notable for the inclusion of "Lenny Bruce - A Monologue" This, from a recording made by Bruce and entered as a defense exhibit during his defense after his arrest in 1961 for obscenity. Magazine is in very good condition. Cover photograph is by Freda Leinwand.

$125.00

Bluefish Volume 1 #1
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Bluefish Volume 1 #1

By Parlatore, Amselm, Editor (A. R. Ammons, Charles Simic, William Stafford, Siv Cedering et al)

Southampton: Bluefish, 1983. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Trade paperbound magazine. The inaugural issue of Parlatore's poetry journal. 86 pp. Featuring a bevy of well known poets including William Matthews, Simon Perchik, James Grabill, Simic and more. A near fine example. Typed signed letter from the editor laid in.

$25.00

Viscerally #1
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Viscerally #1

By Beckett, Tom, Editor

Kent, Ohio: Viscerally, Not Dated. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. First issue of Tom Beckett's small press poetry magazine. Little information is provided about the contributors to this issue other than Beckett, Frank Fecko and Glenn Sheller. Not dated, but from circa 1975 - 76. Toning to spine edges; a very good clean copy. All issues of this magazine are pretty darn uncommon.

$115.00

The (Magazine) #3
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The (Magazine) #3

By Olson, Charles, Eigner, Larry, Duerden, Richard, Brakhage, Stan, Coolidge, Clark et al

No Place: No Publisher, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. Issue number 3 of this scarce poetry magazine. No publication info provided, but from other sources we know that this magazine was edited by Jack Collom and was published out of Boulder during the period 1966-199. The magazine ran for 14 issues. Unpaginated. 12 leaves plus illustrated cover. Slight toning to covers. Printed on rectos only. Cover artwork by Matthew Lapidus. Rear blank cover presumed to be missing from this copy. Includes All issues of this magazine are uncommon.

$150.00

No Apologies A Magazine of Gay Writing #2, 3, 4 and 5 (Four Issues)
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No Apologies A Magazine of Gay Writing #2, 3, 4 and 5 (Four Issues)

By Monte, Bryan, Editor (Robert Gluck, Marilyn Hacker, Robin Blaser, Harold Norse, Dennis Cooper, Kevin Killian, David Trinidad et al)

San Francisco: No Apologies, 1984. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Paper wrappers. Four consecutive early issues of this periodical devoted to gay writing. Published between 1984 and 1985. Includes contributions by a wide variety of poets and storytellers all coming from a gay perspective. Uncommon. All issues in very good condition save for number four whose front cover is soiled a bit.

$150.00

Aerial #3
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Aerial #3

By Smith, Rod, Editor (Douglas Messerli, Kirpal Gordon, Harrison Fisher, Steven Ruhl et al)

Washington DC: Aerial, 1987. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Trade paperbound poetry magazine edited by Rod Smith. A very good or better copy in bound photo-illustrated wrappers. Includes contributions by Terence Winch, Elke Erb, Joe Ross and many others.

$25.00

Red Hand Book III
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Red Hand Book III

By Patterson, Tom, Editor (Larry Eigner, Jerome Rothenberg, Glen Baxter, Allen Ginsberg et al)

Atlanta: Pynyon Press, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Square paperbound quarto. 99 pp. One of six hundred copies printed of this compendium of poems, photographs and drawings by Drummond Hadley, Stephanie Hammerling Piro, Richard Kostelanetz and Allen Ginsberg (interviewed) and many others. A very good plus copy in bound illustrated wrappers.

$100.00

Secrets and Other Stories by Women (Gallimaufry 14)
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Secrets and Other Stories by Women (Gallimaufry 14)

By MacArthur, Mary, Agee, Jonis and Mary Mackey, Editors (Jayne Anne Phillips, Ellen Wittlinger, Diana Chang, Ursule Molinaro et al)

Washington DC: Gallimaufry Press, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Thick trade paperbound format. 191 pp. Issue number 14 of Gallimaufry, a literary magazine. This issue devoted to stories by women including Phillips, Moira Crone, Jane Flanders and many more. A very good copy in bound photo-illustrated wrappers. Uncommon issue.

$50.00

Between C and D Volume 4, Number 2
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Between C and D Volume 4, Number 2

By Rose, Joel and Catherine Texier, Editors (Mike Topp, Christopher Woods, Art Spiegelman, Derel Pell et al)

New York: Between C and D, 1988. First edition. Paperback. Good. Spring 1988 issue of this magazine devoted to "New Romantic Lower East Side Fiction". Front page cover artwork by Art Spigelman. Featuring work by Judy Lopatin, Martha Baer, Todd Grimson and others. As with all issues, this publication is printed on a continuous sequence of fan-folded computer paper (a la dot matrix days of yore). Housed in a clear plastic bag, as issued. Lacking the rear cover with artwork by Spigelman. Otherwise a very good example. All issues of this publication are uncommon. Sold in as-is condition.

$175.00

Uroboros Volume II #1
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Uroboros Volume II #1

By Ruggieri, Ford F. and Helen, Editors

Olean, NY: Allegany Mountain Press, 1977. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Volume II Number 1 of this little known literary magazine edited by Ford and Helen Ruggieri, Featuring poems, stories and photographs by David Wilk, Steve Kowit, David DenBoer, and Paul Grillo among others. A very good example in stapled illustrated wrappers. 73 pp.

$35.00

WIN (Magazine) A Publication of the New York Workshop In Nonviolence Volume II Number 21
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WIN (Magazine) A Publication of the New York Workshop In Nonviolence Volume II Number 21

By Little Mag - Jezer, Martin, Mac Low, Jackson et al, Editors

New York: New York Workshop in Nonviolence, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. December 20, 1966 issue of this long running magazine devoted to peace, freedom and political nonviolent activism. Edited by Martin Jezer, Paul Johnson and others. This issue has contributions by Peter Kiger, Spencer Holst and others. A publication that was a member of the Underground Press Syndicate. Early issues of this publication have become uncommon.

$50.00

Alcheringa - A First Internatioal Symposium
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Alcheringa - A First Internatioal Symposium

By Benamou, Michel and Jerome Rothenberg, Editors (Gary Snyder, George Quasha, Edouard Glissant, Sylvia Wynter et al)

Boston: Alcheringa / Boston University, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Square bound 4to. 144 pp. Special issue of Alcheringa, a learned journal of ethnopoetics. Featuring talks and essays on aethetics and political issues pertaining to the world of ethnopoetics by David Antin, Rothenberg, Nathaniel Tarn and more. Price sticker to rear cover else a clean very good plus copy in bound wrappers.

$25.00

WIN (Magazine) A Publication of the New York Workshop In Nonviolence Volume VIII Number 6
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WIN (Magazine) A Publication of the New York Workshop In Nonviolence Volume VIII Number 6

By Little Mag - Jezer, Martin, Mac Low, Jackson et al, Editors (Allen Ginsberg, Tom Haydn, Craig Karpel et al)

New York: New York Workshop in Nonviolence, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. April 1972 issue of this long running magazine devoted to peace, freedom and political nonviolent activism. Edited by Martin Jezer, Paul Johnson and others. This issue has contributions by Allen Ginsberg (Mind Consciousness Be In - San Diego), David Reynolds and others. A very good example. Newsprint paper.

$35.00

Old Second Fall 1969
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Old Second Fall 1969

By Knorp, Karen and Archie Anderson, Editors (Bob Andrews, Andrei Codrescu, Michael Vranich et al)

Detroit: Wayne State University, 1969. First edition. Paperback. Good +. Presumed first issue of this small press poetry journal featuring poetry from the students at Wayne State University and others. Featuring contributions by Kenneth Michaelowski, Ron David, Gerry Horn and others. The rear cover has been marked up with inked notes in an unknown hand; otherwise a very good copy.

$45.00

Northern Lights Studies in Creativity #2
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Northern Lights Studies in Creativity #2

By Scott, Stanley, Editor (Ronald Johnson, Wendell Berry, Bread and Puppet Circus Theater, Harry Jacobus et al)

Presque Isle, ME: University of Maine, 1986. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Trade paperbound format. The second issue of Stanley Scott's experimental journal. A near fine example in bound wrappers. 121 pp. Includes an essay by Ronald Johnson on the evolution of his long poem "Ark", interviews with artists, an appreciation of Jacobus by Robert Duncan, manifestos on Cheap Art and revolution by the Bread and Puppet Circus Theater and more.

$50.00

Viscerally #3
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Viscerally #3

By Beckett, Tom, Editor

Kent, Ohio: Viscerally, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Third issue of Tom Beckett's small press poetry magazine. Little information is provided about the contributors to this issue other than Ralph La Charity. Toning to spine edges; a very good clean copy. All issues of this magazine are pretty darn uncommon.

$60.00

Harrison Street Review 2
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Harrison Street Review 2

By Arnoldy, John et al, Editors (Charles Bukowski, James Tate, Jack Anderson, Ed Bonetti et al, Contributors)

Kansas City: Harrison Street Review, 1971. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to. 60 pp.. A very copy of the second issue of this poetry journal. With notable contributions by Bukowski (a four pp portfolio with illustrations by Wayne Philpott), James Tate, J. D. Reed, John Ciardi and many more.

$75.00

Rain Taxi Review of Books (17 Issues)
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Rain Taxi Review of Books (17 Issues)

By Kuebler, Carolyn, Heath, Randall and Eric Lorberer et al, Editors

Minneapolis: Rain Taxi, 1996. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Stapled newsprint. A magazine devoted to reviews of books edited by Kuebler and others. A group of 17 issues sold here together. All in clean near fine condition (chip missing from bottom of front cover of one issue). Includes Volume 1 No. 4, Volume 2 No.1,2,3 and 4, Volume 3 No. 1,2,3 and 4, Volume 4 No. 1,2,3 and 4, Volume 5 No. 1,3 and 4 and Volume 6 No. 2.

$125.00

Wormwood Review #104 (Volume 26 Number 4)
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Wormwood Review #104 (Volume 26 Number 4)

By Malone, Marvin, Editor (Charles Bukowski, Ronald Baatz, Gerald Locklin et al)

Stockton: Wormwood Review, 1986. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Stapled wrappers. Issue 104 of Marvin Malone's ong-running small press poetry magazine. Printed in an edition of 700 copies, the first 70 being SIGNED by Ronald Baatz. This is copy nine. A very good copy in stapled decorated wrappers. Includes The History Of A Tough Motherfucker by Charles Bukowski.

$50.00

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