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Fire First Issue Promotional Poster

By Poster - Snyder, Gary, Laing, R. D., Quinones, Jose et al

London: Poets' and Painters' Press, 1967. First edition. Loose Sheets. Very Good. Large folded sheet of paper. A promotional poster advertising the primiere issue of Fire, a small press poetry and counterculture magazine edited by Joseph Berke. When opened the poster measures 17 x 21" tall. Illustrated with a groovy sixties design from the age of Aquarius. Folded twice, presumably for mailing. A clean very good example of this uncommon piece of poetry magazine ephemera.


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.


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.


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.


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.


Eleven (Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall 1986 Issues)

By Jean, Denis-Jacques, Editor

Hempstead, NY: Hofstra University, 1986. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Four issues of this small press poetry magazine edited by Jean Denis-Jacques. Each issue in printed stapled wrappers measuring 9.5 x 12.5 cm. All in very good condition. Featuring short poems by Alan Davis, Joel Scherzer, Dave Etter, John Fandel. Carol Hebald, Ann Dar, Real Faucher, Charles Ghigna, and nancy A. Bengis among others.


The Magazine with the Thin, Floppy Record

By Minnesota - Music - Michael Hauser / Tom Lieberman / Prudence Johnson / Tim Sparks / Butch Thompson / Bill Hinkley / Judy Larson / Steve Benson

Minneapolis: Minnesota Products, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Unusual "magazine' featuring a folded poster and a floppy record all featuring artists, writers, musicians and comedians from the great state of Minnesota. Edited by Carl Franzen. 23.5 cm square. Poster contained in a paper pocket and record contained in a paper slot, both of which are accessed once the old-fashioned string tie is unraveled. Outer sleeve is just lightly worn. Contents appear to be in fine condition. Scarce.


This Is Important #3

By William S. Burroughs / Bob Heman / F. A. Nettlebeck / John Giorno / John M. Bennett / Robin Holcomb

Santa Cruz: Important Poetry Press, 1981. First edition. Loose Sheets. Fine. Single small sheet of paper, folded three times to form an eight panel booklet (printed on both sides). Includes short poems plus a short prose piece by Burroughs (Now to say a word about Falwell...". When closed this little booklet measures 6.5 x 10.2 cm. Fine copy.


Chicago Review Volume 19 Number 4 (Anthology of Concretism)

By Concrete Poetry - Wildman, Eugene, Editor

Chicago: Chicago Review, 1967. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Trade paperbound magazine. 145 numbered pages. This issue of Chicago Review given over in its entirety to concrete poetry. With contributions by John Furnival, Kitasono Katue, Emmett Williams, Henri Chopin, Aram Saroyan, Mary Ellen Solt and many others. A clean very good example.



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Poetry and Audience Vol 16

By Sullivan, Ronnie, Editor

Leeds: Leeds University Union, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. 7 pp. A slender poetry journal edited by Ronnie Sullivan out of the UK and featuring work by Brian Oxley, Neil Brown, Timothy Wangusa, Julian Mackenney and J. C. Hepworth. Some light cover wear. A very good copy in stapled printed wrappers.



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Clothesline Vol. One Number One

By Brodey, Jim, Editor (Frank O'Hara, Bill Berkson, Pierre Reverdy, John Perreault et al (and with a quote by William S. Burroughs)

No Place: Clothesline, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Good. Tall, side stapled wrappers. Cover art by Michael Goldberg and Bill berkson. The scarce first issue of Jim brodey's New York School poetry journal. This copy with heavy cover wear and withsome small paper loss at edges. Staples holding, but on the fragile side. A good copy overall and only the second copy we have handled in many a year.



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The Desert Review Spring 1965

By Adler, Lucile

Albuquerque: The Desert Review Press, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Good. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. The Spring 1965 issue of this small press poetry magazine. This issue, all of 12 pp, contains poems by Lucile Adler and with an introduction by Winfield Townley Scott. Cover wear. A good copy in stapled photo-illustrated wrappers.



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Rocky Ledge Number 4

By Bye, Reed and Anne Waldman, Editors (Allen Ginsberg, Joanne Kyger, Gregory Corso, Clark Coolidge et al)

Boulder: Rocky Ledge, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Good +. Poetry journal edited by Reed Bye and Anne Waldman, Tall side-stapled wrappers. A good copy with cover art by Donna Dennis. Stains and scuffs to covers. Contains contributions by Waldman, Corso, John Godfrey, Anselm Hollo and more.



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Rocky Ledge Number 5

By Bye, Reed and Anne Waldman, Editors (Mushka Kochan, Alice Notley, Allen Ginsberg, Ted Berrigan et al)

Boulder: Rocky Ledge, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Poetry journal edited by Reed Bye and Anne Waldman, Tall side-stapled wrappers. A very good copy with cover art by Alex Katz. Contains contributions by Waldman, Berrigan, George Tysh, Jack Collum and more.



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Rocky Ledge Number 6

By Bye, Reed and Anne Waldman, Editors (Clark Coolidge, Sam Kashner, Eileen Myles, Charles Cros et al)

Boulder: Rocky Ledge, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Good +. Poetry journal edited by Reed Bye and Anne Waldman, Tall side-stapled wrappers. Age spotting to covers. A good copy with cover art by Rudy Burckhardt. Contains contributions by Blaise Cendrars, Tom weigel, Larry Fagin and more.



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Rocky Ledge Number 2

By Bye, Reed and Anne Waldman, Editors (James Schuyler, Carol Gallup, Ted Greenwald et al)

Boulder: Rocky Ledge, 1979. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Poetry journal edited by Reed Bye and Anne Waldman, Tall side-stapled wrappers. A very good copy with cover art by Joe Brainard. Contains contributions by Waldman, Bye, Schuyler, Kenward Elmslie and more.


IO Magazine # 1 - 8 (Eight Issues)

By Grossinger, Richard, Editor (Charles Olson, Robert Creeley, Ray Bradbury, Stan Brakhage, Charles Stein, Paul Blackburn, Jerome Rothenberg, Jorge Luis Borges, Robert Kelly, Michel Foucault, Robert Duncan, Thomas Merton, Tom Raworth, Gary Snyder et al)

Amherst: IO Magazine, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Good +. Eight trade paperbound volumes. Consecutive run of the first eight issues of Richard Grossinger's thoughtful magazine of poetry, literature and the social sciences. Overall in about very good condition. Volume One has some ink underlining on the first three pages of text. Volume Four has a prior owner name/address to the inside front cover. At least one issue is signed by poet Don Byrd from whose library several of these issues originated. Some staining and cover wear. All quite readable and enjoyable. Includes a surprising and eclectic group of contributors.


Intercourse #2 The Journal of Sexual Freedom

By Poland, Jefferson et al, Editors (Tuli Kupferberg, William Wantling, Erik Kiviat et al)

New York: Oliver Layton Press, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Small 8vo. 59 pp. The second issue of this magazine of free love and expression. Very good condition in small stapled illustrated wrappers. Tuli Kupferberg, Ed Sanders and more.


Fuck You / A Magazine of the Arts Number 5 Volume 5

By Fuck You Press - Sanders, Ed, Editor (Allen Ginsberg / Robert Kaye / Tuli Kupferberg / Lenore Kandel / Peter Orlovsky / Mary Mayo / Robert Nichols / Diane Wakoski / Julian Beck / John Keys / Jim Standish / Harry Fainlight / Herbert Huncke / Nelson Barr))

New York: Fuck You Press, 1963. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. The December 1963 issue of Ed Sander's mimeograph poetry magazine. A highlight from the so called mimeograph revolution. A very good copy in side-stapled wrappers. Some toning and light soiling to covers. Triangular chip at top left corner of front cover.


Work / 2

By Artists' Workshop Press - Sinclair, John, Editor (Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, Gene Fowler, Anselm Hollo, Gael Turnbull et al)

Detroit: Artists' Workshop Press, 1965. Second printing. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. Stated second printing of the second issue of this series of poems and political writings edited by John Sinclair. An exceptionally sharp, clean copy. Very faint minor creases to cover corners. 121 pp. This issue dedicated to the poet Jack Spicer who passed away in 1965. Great cover photograph taken by Magdalene Arndt. Even the second printing of these magazines have become scarce, especially in better condition as this copy is.


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