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Letterbox Premiere Issue
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Letterbox Premiere Issue

By Askew, John and Scott Bentley, Editors (Todd Ableser, Lisa Jarnot, Mel Freilicher, Fanny Howe et al)

San Luis Obispo: Letterbox, 1992. First edition. Paperback. Fine. Oblong bound illustrated wrappers. A fine copy of the premiere issue of a small press poetry journal published out of San Luis Obispo. Includes Jennifer Moxley, Victor Tsoi, Beth Anderson and more. 49 pp. With some illustrations.

$45.00

Caveman V
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Caveman V

By Schuchat, Simon, Editor (Rene Ricard, Alice Notley, Ted "Yogi" Berrigan, Maureen Owen et al, Contributors)

New York: Caveman, 1981. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall (8 1/2 x 14") double-sided sheets stapled at top left corner. 14 pp. The fifth and presumably last issue of Simon Schuchat's intriguing small press poetry magazine. The publication lasted from 1977 to 1981. It includes poems and some truly primitive drawings. Folded horizontally for mailing, else a very good copy. Scarce.

$85.00

Discipline and Bondage Vol. 1 No. 1
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Discipline and Bondage Vol. 1 No. 1

By Aprill, Arnold, Editor (Ted Berrigan, Alice Notley, Jack Kerouac, Bill Berkson, Maureen Owen et al)

Chicago: Never Again Press, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Oblong 12mo. Scarce first issue of Aprill's small press poetry magazine. A very good example in sewn illustrated wrappers. Unpaginated volume of very short poems. There is a table of contents noting that the contributors include Berrigan, Notley et al, but there is no attribution at each poem. Wrappers are lightly soiled.

$125.00

Center #3
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Center #3

By Berge, Carol, Editor (John Harriman, Jackson Mac Low, Charles Plymell, Robert Sward et al)

Woodstock, NY: Center, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Third issue of Carol Berge's well-respected small press poetry magazine. Published out of Woodstock, NY in the early 1970's. Cover illustration by Reggie Zielonka. This issue includes contributions by Ken Friedman, Galen Green, Brett Munson, Ira Joel Haber, Phillip Lopate and many others. A clean very good copy in tall, side-stapled wrappers. This copy comes with the original addressed mailing envelope from Berge which was mailed to Living Theatre founders Judith Malina and Julian Beck. Outer envelope shows mailing wear.

$45.00

The Camels Hump
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The Camels Hump

By Morris, Richard, Editor (Dennis Williams)

Reno: Camels Hump, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Good. Two double-sided sheets stapled at top left corner. An "issue" of Richard Morris' small press poetry magazine. Not dated and not numbered. This issue devoted to three poems and a collage by Dennis Williams. Good condition.

$40.00

Quixote Vol 8 No. 11 Local Yocal
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Quixote Vol 8 No. 11 Local Yocal

By Cantrell, Charles, Editor (Bob Watt, Sara Rath, Albert Moritz, Jim Zwadlo et al)

Madison: Quixote, 1974. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Summer 1974 issue of this poetry magazine edited by Charles Cantrell. A very good copy in stapled illustrated wrappers. The cover indicates that this is Vol 8 No. 13, but the table of contents page indicates that it is No. 11. You get to decide.

$35.00

Poetry & (17 Early Issues)
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Poetry & (17 Early Issues)

By Castagna, JoAnn, Editor (Alan Davies, Richard Bastian, Shabazz, John Yau, Robert Burleigh, Helen Duberstein, Henry Kanabus, Todd Moore, Joel Lipman, Elizabeth Eddy, et al)

Chicago: Poetry &, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Seventeen early issues of JoAnn Castagna's poetry newspaper. Includes Volume One Numbers 1-5, 7-11, Volume Two Numbers 1, 3, 4-8. Folded tabloid newspaper format. All issues in good to very good condition. Paper is uniformly tanned with age.

$300.00

Crawl Out Your Window #7

By Freilicher, Melvyn and Eleanor Bluestein, Editors (Kathy Acker, Linda Montano, Sue-Lin Wong et al)

Solana Beach: Crawl Out Your Window, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Paperbound quarto. 98 pp. The seventh issue of Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein's literary magazine published out of Solana Beach, CA. Covers are mildly toned with age else a clean very good example. Includes "New York City in 1979" by Kathy Acker.

$35.00

Kauri 20
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Kauri 20

By Inman, Will, Editor (Lyn Lifshin, Mary Scalera, Ann Beattie, Iris Lezak MacLow et al) et al)

New York: Kauri, 1967. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 20th issue of Will Inman's innovative poetry newsletter. The May-June 1967 issue. 27 pp. A very good example, still well-stapled and not to brittle, but one would still take care to handle this with delicacy. All issues of this magazine were published on inexpensive paper that has, in many cases, brittled to the point that one cannot really handle them. This issue is in much better than typical condition with only a couple of small chips to the cover edges.

$40.00

Crawl Out Your Window #8 Special Space Shuttle Issue

By Freilicher, Melvyn and Eleanor Bluestein, Editors (Kathy Acker, Richard Astle, Gary Phillips, Bill Hemmer et al)

Solana Beach: Crawl Out Your Window, 1981. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Paperbound quarto. 100 pp. The eighth issue of Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein's literary magazine published out of Solana Beach, CA. Covers are mildly toned with age else a clean very good example. Includes "Night: / " by Kathy Acker.

$35.00

Corona #1

By Sexson, Lynda and Michael, Editors (Diane Wakoski, William Stafford, Michael Hager et al)

Bozeman: Montana State University, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall trade paperbound format. The first issue of this literary magazine published by Montana State University. A lovely near fine copy. Includes poems, stories, photographs and more.

$30.00

Kauri 10
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Kauri 10

By Inman, Will, Editor (Charles Bukowski, John Harriman, David Standish et al)

New York: Kauri, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tenth issue of Will Inman's innovative poetry newsletter. The September-October 1965 issue. 27 pp. A very good example, still well-stapled and not to brittle, but one would still take care to handle this with delicacy. All issues of this magazine were published on inexpensive paper that has, in many cases, brittled to the point that one cannot really handle them. This issue is in much better than typical condition with only a couple of small chips to the cover edges.

$75.00

Folio Volume IV No. 1

By Adele Sophie De La Barre, Editor (Simon Perchik, Russell Banks, Lyn Lifshin, Margaret Randall, Hugh B. Fox, et al)

Birmingham, AL: Folio, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Wide stapled wrappers. The March 1968 issue of this small press poetry journal. A clean very good or better copy in stapled decorated wrappers. Notable for the inclusion of three early poems by Russell Banks. Also includes work by Lifshin, Perchik and many others.

$75.00

Folio Volume IV No. 2

By Adele Sophie De La Barre, Editor (Anne Menebroker, Russell Banks, James Bertolino, William Matthews, et al)

Birmingham, AL: Folio, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Wide stapled wrappers. The August 1968 issue of this small press poetry journal. A clean very good or better copy in stapled decorated wrappers. Notable for the inclusion of three early poems by Russell Banks. Also includes work by Matthews, Peter Wild, Stanley Cooperman and many others.

$75.00

Cold Mountain Review Vol. 1, No. 2
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Cold Mountain Review Vol. 1, No. 2

By Schmidt, Richard, Editor (Eric Kiviat, John Keys, Ed Blair et al)

New York: Cold Mountain Review, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. Second issue of Richard Schmidt's small press poetry magazine. Undated, but likely from the early 1970's. 11 pp. Covers soiled with age spots. Inked address on the lower front cover. A good copy overall. Features poems and drawings by Schmidt, Kiviat, Russell Trunzo and others.

$35.00

Work / 1
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Work / 1

By Artists' Workshop Press - Sinclair, John, Editor (Tom Raworth, Clayton Eshleman, George Bowering, Fred Wah, Gerrit Lansing, Gary Johnston et al)

Detroit: Artists' Workshop Press, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. The first issue (of five) of John Sinclair's small press jazz, politics and literature magazine published during the fertile mid-1960's in Detroit at the Artists' Workshop Press. Very light fading to edges. Rear cover detaching from one of the staples. Overall a solid very good copy of this scarce debut issue.

$450.00

The Serif Quarterly of the Kent State University Libraries Volume 11, No. 3

By Gildzen, Alex and Dean H. Keller, Editors (John Perreault, Joseph Ceravolo, Les Levine et al)

Kent, OH: The Serif, 1974. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Fall 1974 issue of this literary magazine published out of Kent State University. This issue with contributions by and about John Perreault as well as containing an interview with Joseph Ceravolo and contributions by Lawrence Alloway and Ira Joel Haber. Very good condition.

$20.00

Streets Volume 1 Number 2

By Sartre, Jean Paul, Jones, Leroi, Fanon, Frantz, Fischer, Ernst et al

New York: Streets, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall 8vo. Second issue of this literary magazine edited by Paul Jasper, Maro Riofrancos and Stefan Uhse. A good to very good condition in stapled wrappers. Some soiling to rear cover and several small dogears to page corners.

$40.00

The Full Deck Anthology

By Weigel, Tom, Editot (Edwin Denby, William Burroughs, Frank O'Hara, Taylor Mead, Alice Notley, Ted Berrigan et al)

New York: Andrea Doria Books, 1981. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Tall, thick side-stapled wrappers. 78 pp printed on rectos only. A poetry anthology edited by Tom Weigel. Includes numerous works previously published in other small press poetry journals. A sharp, clean very good plus copy in illustrated wrappers.

$30.00

Tangerine #4

By Weigel, Tom, Editor (Ted Berrigan, Gerard Malanga, Lenny Goldstein, Ira Cohen, Angus Maclisee et al)

New York: Andrea Doria Books, 1983. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Tall side-stapled wrappers. The fourth issue of Tom Weigel's small press poetry magazine. Heavy focus on the second generation of New York School poets. A sound very good or better copy. Clear plastic cover has short tear. Cover collage by Weigel.

$75.00

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