Boulder: New Blood Press, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Literary magazine edited by Niko Murray. 84 pp. This issue features Jack Micheline, Oskar Back, Ray Bremser and others. A very good example.
Cambridge: Poetry Now, 1984. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Poetry journal edited by Cooney and Mirchandani. Formerly called The Cambridge Poetry Magazine. A British journal featuring numerous American poets including Donald Justice, Adrienne Rich, Charles Bukowski and more. A near fine copy in tall printed wrappers.
New York: Whispershit Press, 1966. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. First edition in tall stapled decorated wrappers. A poetry magazine edited by Gene Bloom. In very good condition. Contributions by Bukowski, Major, Steve Richmond, Blazek, Brown Miller and others. Facsimile "nickel bag" attached to inside rear cover as called for.
Beloit: Beloit College, 1953. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Poetry Chabook No. 2 published by Beloit College. Contains very early work by Galway Kinnell. A very good copy.
Cape Elizabeth, ME: IO Publications, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo. 232 pp. Intellectual journal published by Richard Grossinger. This issue includes a focus on the philisophical underpinnings of signatures. A very good well bound copy. Some wear darkening at spine.
Elmwood, CT: Potes & Poets Press, 1998. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Stapled wrappers. 16 pp. Issue #112 of Peter Gannick's poetry magazine. This copy devoted to poems by Elfriede Czurda as translated by Rosemarie Waldrop Very good condition.
New York: Semiotexte, 1978. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Issue number eight of this highly regarded periodical published out of Columbia University. Edited by Sylvere Lotringer. Contains work by Burroughs, John Giorno, Jack Smith, Philip Glass, Robert Wilson, Kathy Acker and much more. Neat prior ownership stamp else a tight and clean near fine example.
Cleveland: The Buddhist Oracle, 1968. First edition. Loose Sheets. Very Good. Underground newspaper edited by Cleveland bad boy d.a . levy. 16 pp. Folded three times (presumably for mailing) else a very good example. Includes levy's "Cleveland Now? to richard peters". Among levy's last literary contributions as he died on 24 November, 1968 not long after the issuance of this alternative newspaper.
Antrim, Ireland: Rann, 1948. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Issues 2, 13 and 14 of this Irish poetry magazine edited by Barbara Hunter and Roy McFadden. All in clean very good condition. Issue Number 2 includes "Reprisals" by William Butler Yeats.
New York: Neurotica Publishing Company, 1948-1952. First edition. Paperback. Good +. 8vo's. A complete run of Landesman's early Beat Generation magazine. Featuring early work by Ginsberg, Holmes, McLuhan and much more. A generally sound good to very good set overall. General light wear. Some offsetting and toning to covers. Issue 4 has some dampstaining to outer covers. From Landesman's NYT 2011 obituary he hoped to create " a quarterly that would explore the connections between neurosis, sex, the arts and the plight of what he called "the creative, anxious man" in post-war America.".
London: Spanner, 1977. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Tall, wide stapled wrappers (9 1/2 x 12"). The February 1977 issue of this poetry magazine edited by Allen Fisher. This issue completely given over to writings of experimental poet John Welch. A very good copy with some cover wear.
Heidelberg: Panic Press, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good +. Paper quarto. Scarce poetry magazine featuring some of the best writers from both side of the Atlantic at the height of their powers. Includes William Burroughs, Gerard Malanga, Harold Norse, Allen Ginsberg, Charles Bukowski, Claude Pellieu, Diter Rot, Dick Higgins, Jeff Nuttell, Wolf Vostell and many others. Very good plus copy. Terrific photograph of Ginsberg and Burroughs to front cover. Great photo of Bukowski by Cherry inside.
New York: The Great Society, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. First issue of this small press poetry magazine edited by Robert J. Richkin and Ira Cohen. A clean very good copy in thick bound wrappers. Cover illustration by Jack Smith. Interesting lineup of contributors includes Heliczer, Ray and Bonnie Bremser, Ginsberg, Clive Matson, Andrew Heath and others.
Boston: Pressed Wafer, 2001. First edition. Paperback. Fine. 8vo. 275 pp plus ads at rear. A fine unread copy. A tribute issue to Joe Brainard with contributions by Sam Cornish, August Kleinzahler, Jennifer Moxley, Bill Berkson, Lee Harwood, Eileen Myles, Ron Padgett, Darragh Park, Joe LeSueur, Peter Gizzi and many others.
Detroit: Artists' Workshop Press, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall, thick side-stapled wrappers. The fourth and final issue of John Sinclair's literaryand political magazine published by the influential Artists' Workshop Press. Summer / Fall / Winter 1966 issue. 146 pp. Toning to paper, as expected, else a handsome near fine example - easily the nicest we have handled. Includes wotk by Richard Morris, Ken Irby, Andrew Hoyem, Lee Harwood and much more. Cover artwork by Gary Grimshaw.
Utica: Theo, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. 8vo. Stapled illustrated wrappers. The third issue of this poetry journal edited by Murphy and Kover that features many of the poets associated with New York poetry cafe society of the early to mid 1960's (i.e. Poets at Le Metro etc.) A clean very good copy.
Placitas, NM: Duende, 1964. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Side-stapled 4to. Issue Number 6 of Duende, a poetry magazine. Each issue devoted to a single poet. This issue features poems and more by Larry Eigner. A very good copy. 33 pp.
New York: Genesis: Grasp, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Scarce first issue of Richard Hell and David Giannini's small press poetry journal. Cover and layout by Marrianne Perlak. A very good copy in bound illustrated wrappers. Includes the editors' poetry manifesto.
New York: United Artists, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to. Tall side-stapled wrappers. The 11th issue of Mayer and Warsh's small press poetry journal focused primarily on second generation New York School poets. Printed on rectos only. A very good example with some small stains to covers and light edgewear.
New York: Adventures in Poetry, 1971. First edition. Paperback. Very Good +. 4to. Tall side-stapled wrappers. Simple cover lettering by Aram Saroyan. The seventh issue of Larry Fagin's New York School poetry-centric magazine. Printed on rectos only. A very good clean copy in thick stapled wrappers.