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American & British Literature/Art

[#16436]

ACTS

Nos. 1 - 10 (all publ.). San Francisco. 1982-1989. Nine physical issues (8/9 was double). Orig. wrappers (Varying sizes between 27,5x21 cm, and 23x15 cm).

EUR 450.00

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Edited by David Levi Strauss. Initially a general literary periodical with a focus on new poetry in the SF Bay Area. Contributions by Duncan, Meltzer, Palmer, Eigner, Berkson a.o. Starting with no. 3 attention moves toward the "Language" writers. No. 5 is "A Book of Correspondences for Jack Spicer" . No. 7 "Analytic Lyric"; No. 8/9 "Translating Tradition: Paul Celan in France"; No. 10 "in relation," (to previous issues of ACTS, and to world issues). Rare complete.

[#18719]

ADVENTURES IN POETRY

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). NY: Adventures in Poetry, 1968-1975. Twelve issues, all 4to, in side-stapled wrappers. Most issues in very good state, with light wear and rubbing to the covers, notably no 3 (very light dampstaining to cover); no 4 (dampstaining around margins of the cover not penetrating interior); no 7 ( dampstaining on covers and on page 1 ( as well as some soilage on the front), no 8 faint dogear right upper-corner of cover.

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Larry Fagin. A vehicle for the second generation NY School: Joe Ceravolo, Dick Gallup, Berrigan, Brainard , Padgett, Jim Carroll, Coolidge, Giorno, Waldman, Schuyler, and many more. Produced within the Poetry Project at St.Mark's Church. Notable cover art by John Giorno, Rudy Burckhardt, Aram Saroyan, Jim Dine, George Schneeman, Ed Ruscha (No.4), and Joe Brainard. Issue no. 10 was an anonymous issue, with no imprint information or attribution, only a pornographic comic strip to cover (School Days).

[#18160]

ALBATROSS

No. 1 (all publ.). San Francisco: Albatross (1963). Printed letterpress at the bindweed press.

EUR 50.00

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Edited by Priscella Waterma and Maxine Ambus. eds.Poems, filling 20 of the 31 pages (design of the book left remaining pages blamk)

[#120]

ALCHERINGA

Ethnopoetics.

Nos. 1-5 + New Series Vol. 1 nos. 1-2 (=cplt.volume).. Boston, 1971-1975. Original wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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[#17844]

ALLEY CAT READINGS

Nos 1- 5 (all publ.). Bombshelter Press, Los Angeles 1975-1976. Original wrappers. (Nos.3-5 have die-cut covers showing the illustrations on page underneath). Volume 5 has a few stray ink marks to the front panel, tiny tears to the corners of the die-cut. Four of the five issues INSCRIBED to Donald Blazek by Grapes.

EUR 350.00

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Edited By Marcus J. Grapes & Michael Andrews. Published to accompany a poetry reading series. Featured poets include Kate Ellen Braverman, James Krusoe, Michael C. Ford, Wanda Coleman, Ronald Koertge, John Thomas, Steve Richmond, and the editors. Graphics by Sari Staggs. Photography Dick Miller. All issues with numerous advertisements of benefactors to this publication.

[#18354]

THE ANCHOR REVIEW

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Garden City: Doubleday/Anchor, 1955 & 1957. 265 + 308 pp. Two volumes, nice copies, in printed wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Melvin J. Lasky. Mass-market paperback journal. The first volume features Koestler, Connolly, Malraux, Kazin, and Auden. The second a long preface to LOLITA by F.W. Dupress, and Nabokov’s “On a Book Entitled LOLITA,” as well as work by Yourcenar, Lukacs, and Auden.

[#18355]

ANGEL HAIR

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Angel Hair, New York, 1966-1969. First five issues stapled into letterpress paper covers with overlaying edges (with light wear to the edges, internally fine); No. 6 stapled into mimeo printed covers, fine.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Lewis Warsh and Anne Waldman. Contributions by Pierre Reverdy, Jonathan Cott, Lewis Ellingham, Lee Harwood, Denise Levertov, Gerard Malanga, Janet Thormann, Jack Anderson, John Wieners, Vito Hannibal Acconci, John Ashbery, Robert Duncan, John Perreault, O'Hara, R. Padgett, Ted Berrigan, Schuyler, Clark Coolidge, Tom Clark, etc. Cover of no 6 by George Schneeman. Secret Location 176-181.

[#18161]

THE ANONA WYNN

Complete, one shot magazine. Cambridge/Mass., 1968. Tall 4to. Near fine in side-stapled wrappers with a small stain to rear cover

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Wendy Mulford. Contributions by Peter Riley, Anthony Barnett, John James, Jeremy Prynne,Elaine Feinstein, Barry Macsweeney, Andrew Crozier and others. Visuals by Peter Riley, Sarah Braun, and Sophie Grillet. Bukowski Review

[#18134]

ANONYM QUARTERLY

Number 1 (all publ.) . Buffalo, NY, Anonym Magazine 1968. 28x21,5 mm., side- stapled, 62pp.

EUR 300.00

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Editor Mark Kirkpatrick Robison, Fiction: Lana Kaiser;Poetry: Ronni Goldfarb. Contribs.: Michael Fiedler, Max Wickert, John Wiener, Lana Kaiser, a.o. This magazine from Buffalo includes the first periodical printing of Timothy Leary"s "Declaration of Evolution. "

[#16336]

THE ANT'S FOREFOOT

Biannual. A literary magazine of poetry and prose.

Nos. 1-9 (all published). Toronto, Coach House Press, 1967-1972. Original pictorial wrappers, tall 43,3 x13,8 cm (No. 1 sewn in pictorial wrappers, no 2 spiral-bound, others stapled in the spine; very light soilage, light rubbing to covers of nos. 4 and 5, but altogether a very good set).

EUR 1,000.00

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Complete set of this magazine of the Coach House Press, edited by David Rosenberg. "When the mind swings by a grass blade an ant's forefoot shall save you. The Cantos". Nine issues in 8 (Nos. 7/8 double issue, printed tête-bêche and double the size of the others). With contributions by Tom Raworth, Lee Harwood, Anselm Hollo, Victor Coleman, Jerome Rothenberg, Gilbert Sorrentino, Stephen Jonas, Andrew Crozier, Jeff Nuttall, Bill Hutton, Tom Clark, Gerard Malanga, Piero Helczer, Anne Waldman, John Perreault, Ted Berrigan, Gerry Gilbert, Michael Ondaatje, Scott Davis, Charles Olson, John Wieners, Andy Warhol, Cesar Vallejo (both interviewed by Malanga), Blaise Cendrars (text Trans-Siberian Express in no 9), Patterson & Totton, Simic, F. O'Hara, etc. Artwork, photographs by Fletcher Starbuck, Jim Dine (No. 5, very slightly damaged), Michael Snowdon, Ricko Simon, inside covers of no 9 psychedelic illustrations.

[#18356]

ANTAEUS

Nos. 1-75/76 (all publ.). Tangier & Hopewell: Antaeus/Ecco 1970-1994. Complete run of sixty-five issues (there were double numbers), all fine in wrappers.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Daniel Halpern, and associate editors including Paul Bowles,and others. One of the best literary periodicals of its generation. Frequent special issues stand out, and among the contributors here are found Berryman, Bowles (frequently), Durrell, Fowles, Gunn, Ferlinghetti, Kosinski, T. Williams, Vidal, Oates, Burroughs, Ginsberg, Hollander, Moss, Roditi, Stafford, Boyle, Hawkes, Merrill, Auden, Bishop, Lowell, Rich, Ashburyand many others, Anderson &Kinzie, pp. 676-7

[#17484]

ARCADE

Nos. 1-5 (all published). London, 1964-1967. Original illustrated wrappers, 15 x 18 cm. Illustrated. A fine set, with important contributions, see below:

EUR 800.00

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Devoted to collage, art, drawings, photographs, cartoons, unusual graphics, edited by Martin Leman. Issues of 28 pages each + ills. wrappers with contributions by William Burroughs, Stan Peskett, Ron Sanford, Mike Foreman, Jane Beckett, David Kozubel, Geoff Reeve. The first issue, "William Burroughs Special" features WSB's "The Border City", "The Danish Operation", and "The Cut." Number 2 complete with the multiple by Brian Haynes, "Rose Tinted Spectacles" laid-in as issued. Number 3 with a montage of "two-dimensional" lips on the front-cover. All issues contain important graphics by a combination of Leman, Jane Beckett, Mike Foreman, Stan Peskett, Colin Smith, Ron Sandford, Brian Mills, and others.

[#17882]

ARCHAI

Numbers 1 - 3/4 (all publ.). Coquitlam (British Columbia). Archaí Publications (1973-1974). Four numbers in three issues,

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Tom Grieve and Henry Hoekema, The first issue is devoted to Karl Siegler’s translation of Novalis’ ENCYCLOPEDIA IX. The second issue, Sharon Fawcett’s The Imagination of Awakening: Endings of Some of Shakespeare’s Comic Plays. The double 3/4 concluding issue is John Scoggan’s Charles Olson’s Imago Mundi H.D’s Flowering of the Rod: A Study of the Soul in a Recent Poetics. Introductory slip in 1, errata slip in 3/4, as issued.

[#16634]

THE ARKHAM SAMPLER

Vols. 1-8 (all publ). Sauk City: Arkham House, 1948-1949. Several staples replaced with stitching beneath and through the wrappers, some light wear to spines; altogether a good set.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by August Derleth. Promotional vehicle for Arkham House Publishing. Featuring authors like Clark Ashton Smith, Lord Dunsany, Robert Bloch, Ray Bradbury, Theodore Sturgeon, Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft, and many others.

[#477]

ARSON

An Ardent Review. Part one of a surrealist manifestation (all publ.). London, Toni del Renzio, [1942] . Original wrappers (light soilage and wear, but a good copy), 32pp., illustrated, 4to.

EUR 300.00

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Surrealism in Britain, edited and published by Toni del Renzio. Texts by Robert Melville, Pierre Mabille, Nicolas Calas, Conroy Maddox, Giorgio de Chirico, Toni del Renzio, New York interview with Breton,a.o. Reproducing work by Eileen Agar, John Melville, Gordons Onslow-Ford, a.o.

[#12269]

ART AND LITERATURE

An international Review.

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.) Lausanne, 1964-1966 (also numbered Vol. 1-3). Bound full cloth without wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by J. Ashberry, A. Dunn, R. Moynihan, S. Orwell. The successor journal of Locus Solus. Contribs. by William Burroughs, Jean Rhys, Anthony Burgess, Sanguinetti, Giorgio de Chirico, Hockney, Antonin Artaud, Lichtenstein, Pasternak, Andre Masson, Antonin Artaud, Roland Barthes, Paul Celan, Genet, David Jones, Koch, Montale, O’Hara, Rhys, Coolidge, Brainard, Gombrowicz, Holub, Kaplan, Blanchot etc. Issues of 230/250 pp., with numerous ills.

[#17915]

ASYLUM

Asylum 6: Eleven Cleveland Poets. Bootle: Asylum Publications, 1968. 40 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Tony Dash.Cover by Graeme Wilson. The pages 11-30 are printed on pink paper, and form a special section "11 Cleveland Poets". It contains work by d.a.levy: “A fragment from the destroyed journals...” and “to jim lowells goldfish,” as well as work by T.L. Kryss, Steve Slavik, Tammy, Alex Gildzen, Kent Taylor, John Rose, Jeanne Sonville, John Pitts, Dominique, and r.j.s. Introduction by George Dowden to this special section, which was drawn from submissions by r.j.s.

[#18613]

ATLANTIC REVIEW. New series

New Series 1-3. Vas Dias, Robert. ed. London: Antioch International Writing Programs, 1979-1980. Three issues, all fine in printed wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Robert Vas Dias. Ian Tyson served as design editor for the first issue. International selection of contributors: Rakosi, Ondaatje, Creeley, Mac Low, Blackburn, Sorrentino, Kelly, Ackroyd, Riley, Barnett, and more.

[#16758]

ATTABOY!

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Boulder: Attaboy (1976-1977), Illutsrated wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Linda Bohe and Phoebe MacAdams. With contributions by Philip Whalen, William Matthews, John Ashbery, Rod Padgett, Jayne Anne Phillips, Ron Sukenick, Fagin, Ginsberg, Dick Gallup, Fielding Dawson, Creeley, Waldman, etc.

[#18656]

AUDIO ARTS

(later: AUDIO ARTS MAGAZINE).

Vol. 1 nos. 1-4; vol. 2 nos. 1,3 & 4; vol. 3 no 2; vol. 5 no 1, 3-4. Together 12 cassette tapes. London, 1974-1982. Original cassettes, each incl. a photograph of an author on the front panel.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by William Furlong. From the contents:: Vol. 1: Caroline Tisdall: Auto interview by Ad Reinhardt; Wyndham Lewis: Extracts from One Way Song; Interview with Michael Craig-Martin; Noam Chomsky: Interview by Dr. Chr. Evans; A question of James Joyce by Margaret Henry; W.B. Yeats reads The Song of the Old Mother; Anne Yeats: Memories of her father, interview by William Furlong. Vol. 2 no 1: R. Buckminster Fuller (extract from a lecture) and Joseph Beuys. Vol. 2 no 3:Conversation with Edna O'Brien. Vol. 2 no 4: Marcel Duchamp (interview by Richard Hamilton) and Hermann Nitsch. Vol. 3 no 2: Recent English Experimental Music: John White, Michael Nyman, Howard Skempton, Gavin Bryars, a.o. 5 no 1:Conversations with Helen Chadwick, Maggi Hambling, Ian McKeever. Audio Arts; Vol. 5 no 3-4: 3 tapes in a carton box: Live to Air. Artists' sound work.

[#13693]

AUDIT

Vol. 1, no. 1-2. Buffalo, N.Y., 22 Feb. 1960-28 March 1960. Size (h/w): 25,4 x 19 cm. Stapled in self-wrappers; mimeographed. (Occasional pencil note in no 2, otherwise excellent condition).

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Ralph Maud. Contributions by Roger Shattuck, Guy Davenport, R. Ohman, R. Conquest, Philip Larkin: "As Good As a Mile" (poem).

[#18614]

BALLSOUT:

A Magazine of Unpleasant Verse and Impolite Prose.

Vol. 1, No. 1 & Vol. 2, No. 2 (all pubished). Vancouver: Pendejo Press, 1969 38 + 40 pp. Stapled wrappers

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Bertram Maird. Contributions by Brian Fawcett, Lionel Kerns, Ralph Maude, Judith Copithorne, Joe Rosenblatt, and others.

[#680]

BANANAS

The Literary Newspaper.

Nos. 1-26 (all publ.). London, Jan/Feb.1975-Apr.1981. Tabloïd size ; later 4to; original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by Emma Tennant, from no. 12 onw. by Abigail Mozley. Tennant chose to name the magazine after the motion picture Bananas (1971), directed by Woody Allen; the size of the magazine was inspired by Allen's Interview. Includes special issues (Russia, South America, Spain, Germany). Contribs. inc. Sylvia Plath (previously unpubl.), William Burroughs, Harold Pinter, Ted Hughes, Alan Sillitoe, J.G. Ballard, Angela Carter, Williams, Bruce Chatwin, Claud Cockburn, Jon Silkin, Michael Horovitz, Thomas Disch, Brian Patten, Elaine Feinstein, Frances Horovitz, Marilyn Hacker. Rare complete set.

[#18901]

BASTARD ANGEL

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). San Francisco: Harold Norse, 1972-1973. 4to in stapled wrappers. Three issues, a few light spots to rear cover of no 1, else all near fine.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Harold Norse. With contributions by Burroughs, Kerouac, McClure, Bowles, Ginsberg, Bukowski, Malanga, Norse, Whalen, Genet, and many others. The third issue features the Beat Generation prints of Peter Le Blanc.

[#19032]

BAY PODIUM

Volume 1, Number 1. (all published). Berkeley: Bay Podium, 1968. 4to. 64 pp. illustrated wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by David Fottleib. Cover art by Bob Arnold. Contributions by Paul Mariah, Jerry Burns, and Margaret Randall among others.

[#15604]

BERKELEY MISCELLANY

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Berkeley, 1948-1949. Unstitched, loose in the original covers.

EUR 200.00

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Literary magazine edited by Robert Duncan. Features early works of prose and poetry of the editor and others: No. 1: Mary Fabilli, Jack Spicer, and Robert Duncan. No. 2: Fabilli, Duncan, Spicer, and Gerald Ackerman.

[#18014]

BETWEEN WORLDS.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.) San Germán (Puerto Rico): Inter American University, 1960-1962. Three issues; also numbered as Vol. 1 nos 1-2; Vol. 2 no 1). Nice clean copies. Printed by Allen Swallow in Denver. Cover design by Man Ray.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Gilbet Neiman. Produced at the Inter American University of San German, Puerto Rico. Contributors include Henry Miller, Anselm Hollo, Russell Edson, Robert Lowry, Harry Roskolenko, Gil Orlovitz, George Dillon, Daisy Aldan, David Cornel DeJong, Allen Ginsberg, Duchamp, Gregory Corso, Man Ray, William S. Burroughs, Edward Dorn, Gary Snyder, William Carlos Williams, Creeley, Ginsberg, Breton, Nin, and Mina Loy.

[#14380]

BIG TABLE

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Chicago, Spring 1959-1960. Original pictorial wrappers with only very light soilage and occasional edgewear. Frontcover of no 1 with light brownspotting, frontcover of no 5 a bit shaven. and right bottom corner dogeared. An overall remarkably well preserved set. Quite rare in this condition.

EUR 500.00

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One of the foremost magazines of the Beat Generation with contributions by Jack Kerouac, Norman Mailer, John Updike, A. Artaud, A. Breton, Allen Ginsberg (first appearance of Kaddish), Edw. Dahlberg, a.o. The first issue was edited by Irving Rosenthal as an alternative to the suppressed Winter 1959 issue of 'Chicago Review', and was itself subject to prosecution by the Post Office because of Burroughs (Naked Lunch) and Kerouacs' contributions. Later issues edited by Paul Carroll. #1: The Complete Contents of the Suppressed Winter 1959 Chicago Review. Jack Kerouac, Edward Dahlberg, William S. Burroughs, Gregory Corso. 152pp. #2 : Allen Ginsberg, Antonin Artaud, William S. Burroughs including 2 photographs, Andre Breton, Edward Dahlberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti & others, monochrome illustrations & covers by Leon Golub. 122pp. #3 : Allen Ginsberg, 4 photographic plates & covers by Aaron Siskind, Edward Dahlberg, Norman Mailer, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jean Genet & others. 120pp. #4 : William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Franz Kline folding monochrome plate, The New Poets - Ginsberg, Corso, Creeley, DiPrima, Ferlinghetti & others. 141pp, bibliography. #5 : Frank O"Hara, Edward Dahlberg, Pablo Neruda, John Updike, Paul Bowles, Alain Robbe-Grillet & others. 125pp

[#16863]

BLACK COUNTRY MEAT CHRONICLE.

Number 2. Edgbaston: B.M.C. Press, 1969. 33 x 20 cm unpaginated c. 30 sheets, with colour and b&w illustrations. Card covers, with tie binding, some edges creased and other minor wear, but on the whole. very good.

EUR 400.00

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Underground artist periodical. "The only underground magazine with green shield stamps "(stamp affixed). Edited by Richard J. Miller & Alvin Stinton. With extract from an unpublished novel by Jeff Nuttall. Contributions, artworkand texts by Jim Duke, Richard Miller, M.Peniket, John Upton a.o.

[#18379]

BLAKETIMES

Vol. 1 & 2 (complete). San Francisco: Cloud House (nd, c. 1980). [52 pp & 166 pp]. Two volumes, both fine. Side-stapled.

EUR 400.00

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An odd accumulation of mimeographed or photocopied found poems, newspaper articles, drawings, and more traditional submissions and reprints of work by Jack Micheline, Pancho Aguila, Leonel Rugama (a Sandinista fighter), Kirby Doyle, Ira Cohen, Nanao Sakaki, Guerilla Art Action Group, Antler, Simon Ortiz, Snyder, Kyger, Jack Kerouac (reprinting "Berkeley Song in F Major"), Ginsberg, McClure, and many others.

[#18162]

BUKOWSKI REVIEW

Nos. 1-4 (complete). Long Beach: Pearl Editions (2001-2006). All issues fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Smith, Joan-Jobe and Marilyn johnson. Entirely devoted to Bukowski, pro and con. Illustrated, wtih contributions by Voss, Locklin, Menebroker, King, Basinski, Winans, and many others.

[#17999]

BUTTONS

Number 1 and 2 (all published). Berkeley, CA, 1972/73. 26x19,5 cm., glued in the spine, softcovers, unpaginated. Mimeograph printing. Covers lightly soiled (in particular no 2).

EUR 500.00

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Experimental poetry magazine. Edited by Jim Rosenberg. Contributions from David Bromige, Jim Rosenberg, Arthur Sze, R.G.Barnes, Fred Berry, Karen Daley, Gary Fitts, Sherril Jaffe, Ann Kim, Mary Norbert Korte, Mac McClain, Adrianne Marcus, Clive Matson, Michael Palmer, David Schaff, Lynn Shoemaker, Marty Mosko, Jean Puphrey, David Schaff, Rodger Scott, Mark I. Smith, Lynn Strongin, Peter Veblen, & Elaine Zimmerman.

[#16761]

THE CAPILANO REVIEW

Serie 1: Nos. 1-49 (complete for the first series), with Number 50: A Celebration of the First Series. West Vancouver: Capilano Review (1972-1988 and 1989 for No. 50). Forty-nine numbers in 46 issues, all very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers, very good set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Pierre Coupey, Pierre and others. Currently in its third series, Capilano Review published most of the Canadian avant-garde poets and writers of the day: Phyllis Webb, Earle Birney, George Bowering, Bill Bissett, David UU, Andrew Suknaski, bp Nichol, Victor Coleman, Stan Persky, Fred Wah, Robin Blaser, Michael Ondaatje, Sheila Watson, and many others. Americans Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, Joyce Carol Oates, Fielding Dawson, Larry Eigner. Also featured art, photography, and interviews. Number 32 included a record of sound poetry. Number 50 was issued in celebration of the complete first series.

[#17493]

CAPTAIN MAY I

Volume 1 No 1 (all published) (np): James Humphrey (1969). Original printed wrappers. 50 pages.INSCRIBED by Humphrey to Wormwood Review editior Marvin Malone, along with a letter presenting this volume for review.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by James Humphrey. Features Ted Berrigan as "Guest Poet" and publishes "Things to do in Anne's Room" along with seven previously-unpublished sonnets. Contains photo portraits by J. Richard Edsall. Contributors: Humphrey, Christy, Disburg, Grimmius, Jones, P.A.Miller, Mary Quam, Laurie Sorensen. Cover by Ray Frederick.

[#1147]

CASANOVA JR'S TALES

A Quarterly Book for Subscribers.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-4 (probably all publ.). New York, April 1926-January 1927. Original wrappers (library-stamps); 3 issues with original paper-box.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Francis Page. Publishing erotic literature, (a.o.) Gertrude Beaseley's 'My First Thirty Years' (suppressed in France and England), 'Venus and Tahnhauser' by Aubrey Beardsley, 'The Isles of Love' by Catulle Mendes and 'The Memoirs of Casanova'.

[#19341]

CENTER

Edited by Carol Bergé

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). Woodstock-New York: Center (1970-1984). 4to; original illustrated wrappers, in very nice condition except for some faint uneven sunning to nos.4,5 and 10, and "“50c special"” penned to rear cover of no 7.(also some ink notes in the text). Side-stapled or perfect bound wrappers.

EUR 2,200.00

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Edited by Carol.Bergé. Contributions by Ray Johnson, Philip Corner, Jackson Mac Low, David and Eleanor Antin, Charles Plymell, Clarence Major, John Wieners, Richard Kostelanetz, Lyn Hejinian,Fielding Dawson, Ivan Gol, Ed Sanders,E lisabeth Moore, Dick Higgins, also David Antin, Carolee Schneemann, Genesis P-Orridge and others.No. 1 and 8 with cover photograph of Georgia O'Keefe by Michael Vaccaro. Final issue is one of 200 numbered copies SIGNED by Bergé, contains a very long list of important contributors.Very rare omplete.

[#18501]

CENTER

Edited by Carol Bergé

Number 1. Woodstock/NY, 1970. 68 pages + pict.wrappers, mimeographed; sidestapled.

EUR 250.00

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Edited and published by Carol Berge, contributions by Fielding Dawson, James Levinson, Philip Corner, Vera Cochran, Ray Johnson, Terry Abbott, Jackson Mac Low, a.o. Cover phograph of Georgia O'Keefe by Michael Vaccaro.

[#1199]

THE CHAPBOOK

(A Monthly Miscellany).

Nos. 1-40 (all publ.). London, The Poetry Bookshop, July 1919-1925. Nos. 1-38 in original publ. wrappers, Nos. 39-40 in original decorated boards, kept in protective cases; numbers in good to fine condition; no. 17 (Dada-number) is fine; no. 39 a bit shaven on the front-cover, with in addition a copy of No. 39 on large paper (extremities of the binding slightly foxed, internally fine; , and a publishers dummy, partially with blank pages, depicting the original art work, of that same number handcolored on the covers.

EUR 1,800.00

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A complete set of Harold Monro's periodical, which he published after WW I as a substitute for 'Poetry and Drama', finely printed and produced. Contains firstprints of poetry and articles by D.H. Lawrence, T.S. Eliot, R. Graves, T. Hardy, E. Pound, Wyndham Lewis, A. Huxley, W. de la Mare, E.E. Cummings, M. Moore, S. Sassoon, J. Nash, F.M. Hueffer, R. Frost, etc. each cover was decorated by a different artist every month (C. Lovath Fraser, A. Rutherston, J. Guthrie, E. White, Paul Nash, E. McKnight Kauffer, Ch. Winzer, A.P. Allinson, Jean de Bosschère, a.o.). No. 17 special issue "The Younger French Poets" by F.S. Flint, devoted to Dada (the only contemporary english publication devoted to the movement), with contribs. By Tzara, Breton, Aragon, Eluard, Picabia (also ills by him and Arp).

[#14638]

THE CHIMERA

A Rough Beast.

Vol. 1 - 5 (all publ.). Princeton & New York. Spring 1942 through Winter 1947. Altogether twenty issues. Printed wrappers. Aside from a few minor smudges to wrappers a fine set.

EUR 1,200.00

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Important little magazine, edited by Benjamin Ford, William Arrowsmith, Frederick Morgan, Barbara Howes, Carlos Baker, Philip Wheelwright, a.o. With contributions by Jarrell, Burke, Lorca, Tate, Berryman, Blackmur, Stevens, Eberhart, Lowell, Auden, Goodman, Patchen, Moss, Neruda, Kees, Fowlie, Henry Miller, Deming, Durrell, Sartre, Yourcenar, and many others, with special issues devoted to Myth and Detective Fiction. A little known aspect of this magazine is the presence of original graphics in a few of the early issues, including an original color serigraph by E. McKnight Kauffer in vol.1 no 4. (Hoffman, et al, pp.361-2)

[#14737]

CIRCUS

The Pocket Review of Our Time.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). London, April-June 1950. Original illustrated wrappers; sm. 8vo; 60 pp/issue; With illustrations

EUR 300.00

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With contribs. by Dylan Thomas, Angus Wilson, William Sansom, Jack Lindsay, Oswell Blakeston, Charles Duff, H.B. Fortuin, Constant Lambert, Jules Supervielle, etc. Ills. by John Minton, Augustus John, Ronald Searle, Paul Hogarth, a.o.;

[#18167]

CITY LIGHTS

Nos. 4, 5 (out of 5 published). San Francisco, Fall 1953, Spring 1955. Original wrappers (22x17,5 and 24,5x19,5 cm), light toning. Very good condition.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Peter Martin, with Charles Polk, Norma Swain, Richard Miller, Wilder Bentley, Arthur Foff, Herbert Kaufman, Antoinette Wilson, MFM Pollack. Contributions by these and by Marjorie Farber, Hans Meyerhoff, V.S.di Suvero, Ken Kolb, George Herriman,Joseph Kostolefsky David Ri Bart Abbott, Philip Lamantia,Leslie Farber, Jack Spicer, etc.. Cover design Don Smith.

[#16492]

CITY LIGHTS JOURNAL

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). San Francisco, 1963-1966, 1978. Original pictorial wrappers; with illustrations & photographs.

EUR 500.00

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One of the major publications of the underground culture of the fifties and sixties, published as thick paperbacks, edited by Lawrence Ferlinghetti (No. 4 by Mendes Monsanto appeared in 1978). Contribs. include: Allen Ginsberg, Alex. Trocchi, Ch. Bukowski, Wm. C. Williams, Jack Kerouac, Gary Snyder, Wm. Burroughs, H.M.C. Corman, Apollinaire, Breytenbach, etc.; the 2nd number contains the english translation of Epocas interview with Ezra Pound; third number devoted to Poetry San Francisco 1966 and Spoleto 1965.

[#18661]

CLEFT

Vol. 1: No. 1 [no publisher], Edinburgh, Small quarto. 35pp. Light rubbing to the stiff wrappers, near fine and Vol.1: No 22. 1964. Edinburgh, 1964. 24 x 18 cm. 32 pp with some b&w illustrations. Wrappers, slightly dusty and worn on cover.hur (ed.), 1964. 24 x 18 cm. 32 pp with some b&w illustrations. Wrappers, slightly dusty and worn on cover.

EUR 1,000.00

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Editor: Bill McArthur. A student-created Scottish literary magazine published in response to criticism of the magazine *Gambit*, which had published William Burroughs's "The Mayan Story." Important for concrete poetry. Includes Henry Miller, William Burroughs ("Martin's Folly"), Gary Snyder, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Mike McClur, Norman Mailer, Hugh MacDiarmid, Anselm Hollo, Louis Zukofsky, Kenneth White, Eugene Ionesco, Giles Gordon, Andrei Vesnesensky, Astrid Gillis, Ian Inglis, Alex Neish a.o.

[#16526]

CLOUD MARAUDER

A magazine of poetry.

Numbers 1-6 (all publ.). Oakland: Cloud Marauder Press, 1968-1970. Orig.wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by David Bullen, Don Cushman, Dennis Koran, a.o.; Contrtibutors include William Stafford, Seamus Deane, James Tate, George Hitchcock Luis Garcia, William Matthews, Joseph Stroud, T.L. Kryss, A.G. Sobin, Robert Grenier, and others.

[#18158]

THE COLDSPRING JOURNAL

Number 5. Cherry Valley New york, February 1975. Orig.wrps.

EUR 100.00

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[#1348]

THE COLOPHON

A Book Collectors Quarterly.

Series 1: Vol. 1-5 (=Nos. 1-20, all publ.), New York, 1930-1935; Series 2: Vol. 1-3 (=Nos. 1-12, all publ.), N.Y., 1935-1938; Series 3: (=NEW GRAPHIC SERIES). Vol. 1 nos. 1-4 (all publ.). N.Y. 1939; then continued as: THE NEW COLOPHON. Vol. 1-3 (all and last published). Together with: THE ANNUAL OF BOOKMAKING, 1927/1937. N.Y. 1938, and Index (comprising 1930-1950), ed. by Dean Keller. Original pictorial stiff boards or original cloth; the first 20 issues contained in 5 (publisher's) pigskin-backed slipcases with lettering on the spine.

EUR 1,200.00

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An attractive complete set in nice condition of this fine American publication on typography, book decoration, graphic art, etc., ed. by E. Adler, with J. Carter, P.H. Muir, H. Walpole, M. Sadler, etc.

[#17387]

COMPREHENSION

Volume 1 number 1 (of 2 numbers published). San Francisco, spring 1950. 16 pages, in decorated covers; printed on beige-tinted paper in dark purple ink. With illustration.27,5x21,5 cm.; except for small damage to right lower corner of the cover a mint copy.

EUR 400.00

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Edited and published by Ridgely Cummings, with Dora M. Perry. Editorial by Cummings, Henry Miller: On censorship and publica resposibility; Ken Fletcher: The Navy is an Ostrich; David Frailey: Friendly review; James Chevill; Richard Dermody: Danger Point; other contributions by Michael Demarest, S.Deam Lipton, Nila Larkin,Anthony Boucher, Gerben Deklker a.o.; illustrations and art by Bern Porter, Emil White, Siemund A.E.Betz, Kenneth Patchen,Leonard Breger, a.o.

[#15660]

CONTACT

The San Francisco (Journal) Collection of New Writing, Art and Ideas.

Vol. 1 Nos. 1-4. San Francisco, 1958- Feb. 1960. Orig. pictorial wrappers (covers slightly frayed; no. 3 with small note in ballpen on frontcover).

EUR 400.00

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Incorporating Western Review. Editors: George Dorsay, Calvon Kentfield, William H. Ryan. With Robert Peterson, Ed Stone, Herbert W.Beckman, Walter Van Tilburg Clark, S.I.Hayakawa, Robert Kirsch, William Carlos Williams. With artwork and photography

[#14714]

CONTACT

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Philadelphia, red Book Room, 1972-1973. Size (h/w): 28 x 21,5 cm. Stapled. Original pictorial wrappers (library stamp on covers, else fine).

EUR 600.00

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Mimeographed literary magazine, mostly poetry by the editor Jeff Goldberg, John Wieners, Andrew Wylie, Marty Watt Malanga, Snyder, Victor Bockris, Lewis Warsh, Ron Padgett, etc. Illustrated with some photographs. (Secret Location p. 114)

[#17655]

CONTACT

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Philadelphia, Red Book Room, 1972-1973. Size (h/w): 28 x 21,5 cm. Side-stapled. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Mimeographed literary magazine, mostly poetry by the editor Jeff Goldberg, John Wieners, Andrew Wylie, Marty Watt, Malanga, Snyder, Victor Bockris, Lewis Warsh, Ron Padgett, etc. Illustrated with some photographs. (Secret Location p. 114)

[#16528]

COYOTE'S JOURNAL

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Eugene, Oreg., 1964-1974. Original wrappers , fine set.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by James Koller, Edward van Aelstyn and William Wroth, emerged from the "Northwest Review". Contributions by Gary Snyder, Charles Olson, Diane Wakosky, Allen Ginsberg, David Meltzer, Thomas Clark, Robert Kelly, Philip Whalem. Covers by Zoe Brown, Diana Hadley, Philip Roeber and Jed Irwin. Issues 4 and 7 are books by William Brown and Theodore Enslin, respectively. (Secret Location p. 270).

[#14555]

CREDENCES

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Kent, Ohio, Feb. 1975 - March 1980. Size (h/w): 20,5 x 17,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Fine. Added: Prospectus.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Robert Bertholf, Norman Abookire and Linda Lyke. With contributions by Robert Duncan, Oppenheimer, Woolf, Adam, Brakhage, Metcalf, Dawson, Bromige, Margolis, Dorn, Kyger, Kelly, Broughton, a.o.

[#16762]

CRONOPIOS

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). La Crosse: Keller Press (1966-1970). Seven issues, all fine in stapled wrappers, except for no 7 which has lightly soiled covers, wrinkle to spine.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by James Stephens.Nos. 1,4 and 7devoted to the work William Vafeas, Barbara Gibson, and Jacques Dupin respectively. Other issues mostly poets from the US midwest. The issue for Dupin is a long section from his work GRAVIR, "To Climb," with translations by Paul Auster, Robert Bly, Daisy Aldan, and others.

[#17494]

CUCHULAIN

Vol. 1 no 1 (all publ. ) NY, Cuchulain, 1967. [28 pp]. Illustrated side-stapled wrappers. Original cover screenprint by Diane Sanders with contributor names, price, and volume numbering handwritten on front cover.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by M. G. Stephens. Mimeographed. Contributions by Scott Cohen, Sam Abrams, Paul Blackburn, Joel Oppenheimer, and others.

[#16179]

A CURRICULUM OF THE SOUL

Nos. 1-28 (all publ.). Canton/ New York. The Institute of Further Studies (1972-2002). Offset from typescript, in illustrated stapled wrappers, in excellent condition (in spite of the overlaying edges of the wrappers).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Albert Glover, based on a program by Charles Olson. Each issue devoted to a work by a single author (ab.28-36 pp each): 1. Albert Glover. The Mushroom. 2. Duncan McNaughton. Dream. 3. John Wieners. Woman. 4. Michael Boughn. Mind. 5. Lisa Jarnot. One's Own Language. 6. Fred Wah. Earth. 7. John Clarke. Blake. 8. Robert Duncan. Dante. 9. Alice Notley. Homer's Art. 10. Robin Blaser. Bach's Belief. 11. Robert Dalke. Novalis' "Subjects." 12. George F. Butterick. The Norse. 13. Edward Kissam. The Arabs. 14. Edward Billowitz. American Indians. 15.Harvey Brown. Jazz Playing. 16. Lewis Macadams. Dance. 17.Edward Sanders. Egyptian Hieroglyphs. 18. Michael Bylebyl. Ismaeli Muslimism. 19. David Tirrell. Alchemy. 20. Daniel Zimmerman. Perspective. 21.Drummond Hadley. Vision. 22. James Koller. Messages. 23. Gerritt Lansing. Analytic Psychology. 24. Michael McClure. Organism. 25. John Thorpe. Matter. 26. Joanne Kyger. Phenomenological. 27. Anslem Hollo. Sensation. 28. Robert Grenier. Attention: Seven Narratives.

[#18818]

DEATH

a literary quarterly

Volume 1 no. 1 (all publ.). Summer 1946. NY: Harry Herschkowitz (1946). 72 pp. Printed wrappers. Printed on tinted stock.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Harry Herschkowitz. Close to the surrealists. Contributions from Beauford DeLaney, Michael Fraenkel, Yvan. Goll, Benjamin Péret, Robert Duncan, Walter Lowenfels, Henry Miller, and others.

[#7140]

DEFIANCE

A Radical Review.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York, 1970-1971. Original illustrated wrappers (no 3 with library-stamp on cover); sm.8vo.

EUR 300.00

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Counterculture magazine issued in paperback format by Paperback Library, edited by Dotson Rader. Contributions by Bernadette Devlin, Frank Michel, William Burroughs, Jr., Abbie Hoffman, Andy Stapp, Eric Mann, Sid Bernard, Marge Piercy, Julius Lester, a.o.; 'Revolutionary Poetry' by Joachim Neugroschel, Frank Michel,Paul Mariah, Heathcote Williams, Tom Seligson, a.o. The first issue incl. a directory of movement organizations.

[#17570]

THE DIAL

Numbers 1-3 (all publ.). NY, Dial Press. 1959-1960. Printed wrappers. Together with: The Dial, An annual of fiction,1962 (all).

EUR 250.00

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Edited by James H. Silberman. A short-lived revival of the old Dial. Contributors: 1. Joseph Papaleo, Thomas Berger, Albert J. Guerard, Sherwood Anderson. 2. Vance Bourjaily, Philip Roth, Herbert Gold, Ellen Currie, Nelson Algren, Richard Power, T.S. Eliot. 3. R.V. Cassill, Tom McAfee, Buddhadeva Bose, Herbert Gold, Bernard Wolf. Continued as an annual for the "fourth"issue, under the editorship of Joyce Engelson (no more published). 4. James Baldwin, Warren Miller, Chandler Brossard, Michael Girsdansky, William Melvin Kelley, and Katherine Mansfield (a story originally published in the May 1923 issue).

[#7239]

DIALECTICS

A Marxist Literary Journal. Publ. by Critics Group Press.

Nos. 1-8 (of 9). New York, 1937. Original wrappers (one sl. soiled).

EUR 300.00

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The original imprint,. With contribs. by Jean Freville, D.S. Mirsky, E. Lundberg, L. Feuchtwanger, Milton W. Brown, G. Plekhanov, Paul Lafargue, Franz Mehring, Lenin, Miller-Budnitskaya, Joseph Kresh, Mark Rosenthal, and Bibliographies on such issues as 'German Literature in Exile'; 'Soviet Drama'; 'Soviet Literature'; 'Psychology and Marxism'; 'The Marxist Approach to Art'.

[#14640]

DIALECTICS (First 2 as CRITICS GROUP DIALECTICS)

A Marxist literary journal.

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). New York: the Critics Group, 1937-1939. Bound in contemporary cloth, original wrappers bound in. Some pencil underscores, smudge on spine, else very good.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Angel Flores. Translations of works on literary topics by Marx and Engels, bibliographies of Soviet fiction and criticism, as well as Soviet criticism of western literary works (i.e. R. Muller-Budnitskaya's long essay on Ulysses), etc. Other contribs. Include Lion Feuchtwanger, George Plekhanov, J.B.S.Haldane, a.o.

[#16723]

THE DIFFICULTIES

Vol. 1 - 3 (all published). Viscerally Press, 1980-1989. Together six issues (each vol. in 2 issues). Original wrappers.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Tom Beckett and Earel Neikirk. The first two issues are general numbers, printing the work of Cid Corman,Dick Higgins, Fielding Dawson,Theodore Enslin, Larry Eigner, Tom Raworth (his "loose alphabet" small pasta soup letters in a clear envelope), Silliman, Hejinian, Messerli, and many others. Beginning with vol. 2 no 1 each issue features work by a single poet, with others responding to his work. Charles Bernstein, Ron Silliman, David Bromige, and Susan Howe are featured in order. (Secret Location p. 272).

[#13420]

DIOGENES

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Madison, Wisconsin, Oct. - Nov. 1940 - Autumn 1941. Size h/w: 21 x 15,5 cm. Original wrappers; stapled. Cover of no. 3 loose in the spine; covers with light soilage and inside occasional foxing.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Arthur Blair and Frank Jones. With contributions by William Carlos Williams, Charles Henri Ford, James Laughlin IV, Iivan Golgg, Berhold Brecht (translated by Frank Jones), John Wheelwright, Lawrence Durrell, Anais Nin, Kitasono, Paternak and John Malcolm Brinnin. (Katz, 352); No. 3 has tipped-in illustration by Rudolph Jegart, The Spiritual Life,1941.

[#14713]

DISCOVERY

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Pocket Books Inc., New York, 1952-1955. Original pictorial wrps.

EUR 200.00

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A magazine in paperback format published by Pocket Books 1952-1955. (Chandler Brossard, William Styron, Bernard Malamud, Paul Goodman, Saul Bellow, Norman Mailer etc.). Mostly short stories. Very good set.

[#19348]

THE DOLMEN

miscellany of Irish writing

Vol. 1 (all).,ublin, London & NY: Dolmen Press/Oxford University Press, 1962. 118 pp. Fine in printed wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by John Montague and Thomas Kinsella. Contributions by Aidan Higgins, Kinsella, Liddy, McHahern, Montague, Moor, Murphy, and others.

[#7317]

DOWN HERE

A Magazine from the East Village.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). New York, 1966-Spring 1967. Wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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An East Village magazine, edited by Michael Perkins, with contribs. by Ch. Bukowski, Ray Bremser, John Wieners, Apollinaire, Berrigan, Major, Wantling etc.; artwork by Nicholas G. Sperakis; Erin Matson

[#16181]

DUENDE

Nos. 1-14 (all publ.). Placittas,(New Mexico), Duende Press, 1964-1966. Typewritten/mimeographed pages, stapled into illustrated covers, (28 x 21,5 cm, except No. 5 which is slightly smaller and No. 14 which is 35,5 x 21,5 cm). Various colour paper and wrappers; cover of no. 14 (Cycles) with title in orange paint on plain beige boards. Some of the numbers are signed/inscribed. All in excellent condition.

EUR 2,000.00

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Complete run of this literary magazine,edited by Larry Goodell. Each issue devoted to the work of a poet: 1. Ronald Bayes: History of the Turtle, Book 1; 2. A.Frederick Franklin: Virgules and Deja Vu (signed); 3. Richard Watson: Cockcrossing; 4. Kenneth Irby: The Roadrunner Poem (inscribed); 5. Margaret Randall: Small Sounds from the Bass Fiddle; 6. Larry Eigner: Murder Talk the Reception; 7. Robert Kelly: Lectiones ; 8. Kenneth Irby: Movements/ Sequences (signed); 9. William Dodd: Se Marier; 10. Ronald Bayes: History of the Turtle.Book 4; 11. Frederick Ward: Poems (signed); 12. William Harris: Poems 1965 (signed); 13. David Franks: Touch (signed); 14. Larry Goodell. Cycles (signed). Covers by: (a.o.) Signe Nelson, Paul Saunders, Joseph Stuart, William Taggart, Martha Weiss, John Czerkowiz (signed), Joseph White, Larry Goodell. (See: A secret location…, page 150/1.)

[#16259]

DURAK

An International Magazine of Poetry

Numbers 1-5 (all publ). Westlake Village & Erin: Durak Press, 1978-1980. Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Robert Lloyd and D.S. Hoffman. Each volume features the work of a single poet (George Hitchcock, James Tate, Mark Strand, William Pillin, and Yannis Ritsos), also other poets from the US and abroad.

[#17621]

THE DUTTON REVIEW

No. 1 (all published). New York, E.P. Dutton & Co., 1970.21x14cm, softcover, 220pp.

EUR 200.00

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Editors: Hal Scharlatt, Rober Brown & Jerome Charyn. Managing Editor: Susan Stern. Contributions by William Gaddis, Raymond Mungo, C.P. Cavafy, Norma Meacock, Barton Midwood, Ruidolf Wurlitzer, Anthony Kerrigan, John Hawkws, Jack Newfield, Richard Braitigan, Stanley Elkin and Jorge Luis Borges. Cover design by Lawrence Ratzkin.

[#14623]

DYNAMO

A Jounal of Revolutionary Poetry.

Vol.1 nos. 1-2. New York. January & April 1934. Two issues. Printed self wrappers. Light soiling and use, small edge tear, still very good.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by S. Funaroff, et al. Journal publishing radical poetry. After the September issue, publication was suspended until May/June 1935. Contributors: Mike Gold, Horace Gregory, Isidor Schneider, Fearing, Burnshaw, Rukeyser, Rolfe, Day Lewis,and others.

[#17485]

ELEVENTH FINGER

Numbers 1-4 (all publ.). London, 11th Finger, 1965-1968. Original pictorial wrappers, very lightly soiled.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Paul Evans. The third issue is devoted entirely to poems by George Dowden with the title BECAUSE I AM TIRED OF THE NIGHT, and is one of 300 numbered copies (inscribed by him to Kirby?). Contributions by George Dowden, Paul Evans ,Lee Harwood, Anselm Hollo, Jerome Rothenberg, Guenter Grass, Michael McClure, Georg Trakl, Theodore Enslin, Tzara and many others. Covers designed by Jenny Harwood, Peter Bailey, Issues of 28-50 pages each.

[#12117]

THE ENEMY

A Review of Art and Literature.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). London, Arthur Press, Jan. 1927-First quarter 1929. Original illustrated wrappers. 4to. (Spine of no 1 gone and slight damage to edges;slight staining,also to no 3;still a presentable set of this fragile publication).

EUR 250.00

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Editor and main contributor: Wyndham Lewis. Lewis's magazine in every sense of the word, for he not only contributed most of the prose, but featured reproductions of his work and designed the covers. With critical evaluations of Joyce, Freud, Stein, Bergson, D.H. Lawrence and the magazine 'Transition'. Also contribs. by, (a.o.) J.W.N. Sullivan, T.S. Eliot, Roy Campbell, Laura Riding. Hoffman: "With the possible exception of 'Transition', The Enemy received more notice in press and periodicals than any other little magazine - a recognition of, if not a tribute to, the intransigence of Lewis' mind and the brilliant effectiveness of his criticism." .

[#14554]

EPHEMERIS

Nos 1-3 (all publ. ?). San Francisco, [year?]. Size (h/w): 27,9 x 21,6 cm. No. 3 in tabloid format. Original illustrated wrappers. No. 1-2 stapled together in left upper corner. Near fine.

EUR 300.00

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Poetry magagazine from the 70's with contributions by Olson, Hoyem, Bromige, Kyger, Persky, Moore, Wieners a.o. Edited by David Schaff. Artwork in no. 3 by Robert La Vigne, Daniel Moore.

[#17497]

EQUAL TIME

(Unnumbered issue, all published). Equal Time Press, 1972. 4to. 101 pp. Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Hug Seidman and Frances Whyatt, featuring work by Berge, Edson, Hirschman, Malanga, Perreault, Rich, Sorrentino, Torregian, Towle, Wakoski, Weiner, and others.

[#7429]

ETC. (ET CETERA)

A Review of General Semantics.

Vol.1-50. San Francisco, 1943-1993. Bound till vol. 38, with a few vols. in reprint.

EUR 400.00

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Not all the yearly indices are present, else a complete ongoing set.

[#17984]

THE EVENTORIUM MUSE

Numbers 1-5 (all publ). NY: Eventorium Press (1964-1967). In stapled wrappers (21,5 x18 cm; spine of number 4 a bit tanned).

EUR 220.00

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Edited by Hunter Ingalls and Michael O’Brien, Contributors include Frank Kuenstler, Barbara Holland, George Bowering, Kathleen Fraser, C.H. Henjinian, Russell Edson, a.o. Photographs by Arthur Cohen. Covers by Tom Gormley, Rachel Blau, Frank Kuenstler, Gail Baughter Kuenstler.

[#16639]

EXTENSIONS

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). New York, 1968-1974. 7 issues (double issue no. 5/6). 8vo. Original wrappers as issued. Printed covers. Each issue 96 pp. All near fine, (except faint foxing to covers of no 4, no 5/6 foxing to front cover, corner-crease to rear, no 7 cover lightly rubbed. no 8 toning to spine, small corner-crease to front cover a complete collection in good condition).

EUR 900.00

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Editors: Suzanne Zavrian, Joachim Neugroschel. Art direction and design: Irene Friedman. Contr. incl.: Vito Hannibal Acconci, Arakawa, Max Bense, André du Bouchet, André Breton, René Char, R. D. Cohen, Jean Daive, J. Dubuffet, Ch. Henri Ford, Jim Fulkerson, Jochen Gerz, Madeline Gins, Carter Ratcliff, Georg Trakl, Oswald Wiener.. Periodical dedicated to Avant-garde Poetry and Literature of worldwide scope with foreign contributors including Miodrag Pavlovic from Yugoslavia, Erling Salomsen from Norway, Wolfgang Hildesheimer from Switzerland, Seiichi Niikuni from Japan…

[#7612]

THE FALCON

Nos. 1-17 (all publ.). Mansfield/Pa.Summer 1970-1979. Original wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Magazine for poetry and fiction, ed. by Bellamy and W.A. Blais, with contribs. by J.C. Oates, Robert Bly, Diane Wakoski, John Barth, William Wentling, Michael Benedikt, a.o.

[#16640]

FAMOUS

Two volumes( all published). Oakland: Whiz Press, 1975 & 1977. Two volumes, each near fine in side-stapled wrappers (28x21,5cm), mimeographed.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Steve. LaVoie and Lana Marie Michaleczko. Oakland: Whiz Press, 1975 & 1977. With contributions by Keith Abbott, John M. Bennett, Dick Higgins, Pat Nolan, Opal L. Nations, Ron Silliman, Kathy Acker, and others.

[#16651]

THE FAR POINT

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, 1968-1973. 22,8 x 15,2 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Myron and George Amabile. Publishes only poetry, articles on contemporary poetry and reviews. ( Charles Wright, Carol Shields, George Bowering, William Heyen, Ralph Gustafson, A.D. Whitney, Douglas Blazek, Joyce Carol Oates, bill bissett,, Richard Kostelanetz, a.o.

[#13649]

THE FAR POINT

Nos. 1-5 (of 8 publ.). Winnipeg, University of Manitova, 1968-1971. Size (h/w): 22,8 x 15,2 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Spines slightly browned.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Myron Turner and George Amabile. Publishes poetry, articles on contemporary poetry and reviews.

[#17571]

FATHAR

Nos 1-7 (all publ.). Buffalo, 1970-1975. Seven issues (titled: one, 2, III, for, 5, Sixt-six, Zayin), side-stapled wappers with light wear to the yapped edges.

EUR 500.00

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Literary journal published by Duncan McNaughton, with contribs. by Gerard de Nerval, John Wieners, Charles Olson, John Thorpe, Vincent Ferrini, Stephen Jonas, Ted Berrigan, Ed Sanders, John Clarke a.o.; covers with photographs by Ronni Goldfarb,Eleanor Lewis, Helen Macleod, David Tirrell, Zoe Borwn, Rose Dunn.

[#13695]

FIELD

Nos. 1-7. Oberlin, OH, Oberlin College Press, 1969-1972. Size (h/w): 21,5 x 13,3 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Fine.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by David Young. First 7 issues of this poetry magazine. Contributions by Simic, Bly, Rich, Kinnell, Atwood, Merwin, Levertov, Rexroth, Strand, Simpson, Snyder, etc. Cover designs by Betsy Adler.

[#16652]

FIRE EXIT

Numbers 1-4 and 5 broadsides (all published). Cambridge & Boston, Fire Exit 1968-1974. Four numbered issues,orig. stapled wrappers, plus five folded unnumbered broadside issues.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by William Corbett and Fanny Howe. Began as "The Magazine of the New Poet's Theatre," Contributions by James Tate, Andrew Wylie, Jim Harrison, Corbett, Tim Reynolds, Sam Cornish, Robert Creeley, John Wieners, Clark Coolide, and Russell Banks. The magazine continued from number 4 as a folded broadside featuring the work of one or more writers and artists. Philip Guston did the cover of one, another entire issue was devoted to the work of Susan Howe. Simic, Olson, Wieners, Michael Palmer, John Yau would all appear in other issues. Secret Location (p. 275) lists the four issues + four broadside issues, the run here offers the four plus FIVE broadside issues

[#16622]

FIRST PERSON

(A journal of travels, memoirs and humor).

Numbers 1-3 (all publ.). Rockport/Mass. 1960-Spring/Summer 1961. Orig. pictorial wrappers, 21x17,5cm.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Morton D. Elevitch.Journal of biography-autobiography, narratives etc. Each issue ab. 86 pp., printed on different stock, with ills. Contribs. incl. Thornton Wilder, A. Saeger, Ford Madox Ford, Edw. Dahlberg, Robert Hellman. In the first issue was published the whole of Edward Gorey's "Leaves from a Mislaid Album," complete (over a decade before being published in book form). The final (3rd) issue also named 'Special issue'.

[#17488]

FITS MAGAZINE.

Numbers 1 and 2 (all published) San Francisco, CA, Fred' s Press.1971. 27x20 cm, stapled, unpaginated.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Aland and Nancy Senauke. Contributions by Irons, Greg, Rory Hayes, Simon Deitch, Ron Padgett, George Schneeman, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Tom Clark, Andrei Codrescu, and others. Number 2, If The Shoe Fits : Color cartoons by Bill Griffith on upper and lower wrappers. Allen Ginsberg's poem On a Hermit's Cabin. Other contributors include Diane Di Prima, Judy Grahn, Lewis MacAdams, Ron Padgett et al. Illustrations by Kim Deitch, Justin Green, Rory Hayes, Alan Senauke, Spain, Trina Roberts and others.

[#16763]

FLOATING ISLAND

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Point Reyes: Floating Island Publications (1976-1989). 4to. Four volumes, all near fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Michael Sykes, graphic design Howard Jacobson. Nicely produced with numerous illustrations and photographs (Art Rogers, Thomas Weir, Ira Kirschenbaum, Neil Jacobs, Barbara Myman, Ed Buryn, Evvy Eisen, a.o.). Contributors include:. Diane Di Prima, Robert Bly, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Joanne Kyger, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Douglas Blazek, Bil Berkson, Lyn Hejinian, Michael McClure, Gary Snyder, Joseph Bruchac, and many others.

[#7706]

FOR NOW

Nos. 1-8 . Brooklyn, N.Y., n.d. (1964-1968). First no. folio, rest 8vo; sidestapled (no.1) and others stapled in the spine. Some with handwritten notes and/or dedications by the editor. Dustsoiled (no. 1 on mimeographed sheets, with foxing).

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Donald Phelps. With contribs. by Danny Barker, Blackburn, Dawson, Sorrentino, Berge, Bronk, Major, Wakoski etc. No. 6 includes an appreciation of Allen Ginsburg's HOWL by Michael Rumaker.

[#7720]

THE FORTNIGHTLY

Vol. 1 nos 1-13 (first vol. complete; out of a total of 18 issues published, nos. 14-18 forming vol. 2). Campbell, Calif., Sept. 11, 1931 - Feb. 26, 1932. Bound with the pictorial wrappers; fine copy, with a handwritten dedication by the editor on the first fly-leaf.

EUR 300.00

► detailed description

Edited by Carlton S. Hyman, Willis G. Foster, Glenn Wessels, R. H. Knappen; contrib. eds.: Warren Cheney, Edward Harris, Betty Horst, David Magee, Emery Marks; with several orig. woodcuts; see Hoffman, Little Magazine, page 386.

[#7722]

FORTUNE

Complete years Vol. 1 no 1, 1930 thru December1950. Chicago, Time Inc., 1930-1950, with Index 1930/37. Bound in library boards or cloth (WITH ORIGINAL PICTORIAL WRAPPERS PRESERVED) frequently with library stamp, but overall in good condition. An excellent set, rare.

EUR 6,000.00

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Complete set THRU 1950, INCLUDING THE IMPORTANT EARLY YEARS of this famous "magazine for the business-world and corporate America". Elaborately produced and lavishly illustrated with photographs (black and white & colour, fine colour printing) of wellknown photographers (Margaret Bourke-White, Ralph Steiner, Arthur Gerlach, Ansel Adams, Erich Salomon, Bernard Hoffman, Berenice Abbott, etc. . WALKER EVANS wrote and photographed for Fortune starting in 1934 (from 1945-1965 as staff-photographer and photo-editor). Of particular importance are also the beautifully illustrated covers, for which the magazine is famous (designs by Diego Rivero, Ant.Petrucelli, Herbert Bayer, Matthew Leibowitz, Paolo Garretto, Fernand Leger, etc.). The many advertisement-pages (all included in the set) give an important survey of the developments in graphic & advertising design. Illustrated articles give an overview of half a century's technical and industrial progress (Cars, aviation, steel, computers, business & finance, travel,traffic, film). Also attention to the visual arts (in 1941 no 6.Grosz, Dali, Chagall, Ernst, Tanguy, Masson etc.) and also contemporary American art. This set, fully collated and with very minor defects (detail on request) is ex-library, but in very good condition. If desired the set can be extended till the year 1990.

[#7717]

FORTY SEVEN, FORTY EIGHT. '47, '48

The Magazine of the year.

Vol. 1-2 no 5 (March 1947 - May 1948, one more number appeared in June 1948). Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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This magazine intends to change its title every year. This should remind the reader that it is no longer last year but this. It claims to be the only national magazine owned and controlled by people who write, paint, and photograph professionally. Each issue has ab. 160 pp., with photographs and (partly colour) illustrations. Jerome Ellison, editor and publisher; Richard Salmon, art director.

[#13697]

FRIENDLY LOCAL PRESS

Nos. 1, 4 - 7 (4 issues out of 6 publ.?). New York, 1969-1971. Size (h/w): 27,5 x 21 cm. Mimeographed magazine, stapled in flimsy covers. Except for some traces of tape in very good condition, no 2/3 covers detaches,spine tape missing; still a very good set .

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Louis Rowan. Conributions by Robert Kelly, Jerome Rothenberg, Joel Oppenheimer, David Antin, Eleanor Antin, Theodore Enslin, Larry Eigner, Christine La Belle, Michael Palmer, Enslin, George Oppen, Paul Blackburn, Diane Wakoski, Gilbert Sorrentino, Russell Edson, Anselm Hollo a.o.

[#14826]

GAMBIT

Vol. 1, No. 1-4 (all publ.). New York, May/June 1952 - November/December 1952. Quarto, selfwrappers (back-cover of no. 4 torn).

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Bruce Olsen, and others. Contributors include Alec Wilder, Nemerov, Bravig Imbs, Cummings, Deutsch, etc..

[#7946]

GNOMON

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). NY & Lexington: Gnomon Press (1965-1967). Two issues, both near fine in stapled wrapper

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Jonathan Greene and Bruce Marcus.. Poems and translations by Paul Blackburn, Jonathan Greene, Guy Davenport, Robin Blaser, Charles Stein, Pound, Borges on Cabala, a.o.

[#7819]

GRABUGE

One issue 'Spécial' (probably all published). Paris - London, n.d. (1975?). Large folio. 16 pages, printed in blue with red cover (slight wear over middlefold, otherwise very good).

EUR 500.00

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Editors: J-F. Charpin, A.B. McDowell, G-G. Lemaire. Artist publication with contributions by Valère Novarina, René Crevel (photographic illustrations by Man Ray), Gérard-Georges Lemaire (Abécédaire d'une abstraction sur son declin) and an excerpt from an interview with William Burroughs. The middle spread double page holds the pictures of 'The Great Rock'n' Roll Swindle' (directed by Julian Temple and produced by Malcolm McLaren).

[#16884]

GROSSETESTE REVIEW.

Vol. 1 no 1 (Spring 1968) - Volume 12 (1979). Grosseteste Press. A collection of 30 issues/books/volumes All about 22 x 14 cm. in the original printed or illustrated wrappers, fine condition.

EUR 1,200.00

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Edited by Tim Longville. Grosseteste Press was set up by John Riley in 1966 with his friend Tim Longville. Some issues were published jointly with other publishers. Some of these are limited editions and numbered. The publication pattern is a bit erratic. Published in 3 or 4 numbers per volume, or in complete volumes; volumes 9 and 11 have only 2 issues, we have not been able to ascertain if these are complete. Publishes work by Richard Brautigan, Gael Turnbull, William Bronk, Cid Corman, Hugh Kenner, Tim Longville, Elisabeth Rothwell, Philp Garrison,George Oppen, Carl Rakosi, Charles Tomlinson, John Riley, etc.

[#14999]

HALCYON

Vol. 1, No. 1-2 (all publ.). Cambridge, MA. Winter & Spring 1948. Orig. Wrps.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Albert Cook and Aaron Rosen. With contributions by Merrill, Lattimore, Cummings, Brown, H. Blake, S. Moss, Nemerov, W. Stevens, Maas, W.S. Graham, and a review of Celine by "A. Ginsberg", Drawings by Austin Hoff.

[#17853]

HANUMAN BOOKS

Nos 1 - 48 (all published)+ extras. Madras & New York, 1986-1992. First editions. All forty-eight of the 32mo Hanuman books. All are fine in wrappers, in fine dust jackets with light sunning to the spines of the first 20 or so volumes. The De Kooning volume is a second printing. IN ADDITION: -the pirate book, Kerouac's MANHATTAN SKETCHES (Fine first printing, also numbered as no.14), and -the hardcover and paperback issues of Rene Ricard's GOD WITH REVOLVER (exceptionally both quarto).

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Francesco Clemente and Raymond Foye. The 48 authors in order are: Wieners, Trinidad, Myles, Mead, Picabia, Michaux, Gerstler, Ashberry, Huncke, Rosenthal, Daumal, Flanagan, Wieners, De Kooning, Mueller, Penna, Katz, Danielou, Denby, Beckman, Indiana, Genet, Trinidad, Ginsberg, Duenon, Myles, Corso, Daumal, Equi, Firbank, Hockney, Weil, Smith, Mueller, Beauregard/Houston/Montgomery, Dylan, Hell, Geldzahler, Creeley, Bellamy, Kerouac, Darling, Zedd, Smith (Patti), Burroughs, Hunter, Frank.

[#8009]

HAWK & WHIPPOORWILL: Poems of Man and Nature

Vols. 1-4 no 3 (all publ.). Sauk City, Wisc./ London, 1960-1963. Bound green cloth with the covers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by August Derleth, with contribs. by Jesse Stuart, Gene Baro, Edsel Ford, Raymond Roseliep, Helga Sandburg, Guy Owen, James Franklin Lewis, William Stafford, George Bowering a.o.

[#16627]

HOLLOW ORANGE

Numbers 1-6 (all publ.). Berkeley: Hollow Orange, 1966- 1970. 16mo, handbound. Original sewn wrappers, untrimmed.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Clifford Burke. .Llittle magazine, privately printed, with contributions by Peter Wild, Keith Abbott, Pamela Millward, Ronald Silliman, Bill Bathurst, Pete Winslow, Doug Blazek, and many others. Number 4 features four poems by Richard Brautigan.

[#14830]

HOLLYWOOD QUARTERLY

Volume 1 nos 2 & 3. Berkeley & Los Angeles: Hollywood Writers Mobilization / Univ. of CA, January and April 1946.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by John Howard Lawson, S.T. Farquhar, a.o.

[#12661]

ICARUS

University of Dublin.

Vol. 1-7 (= nos. 1-22). Dublin, Oct. 1951- June 1957. Original (a few pictorial) wrappers, sm 8vo.

EUR 200.00

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A literary magazine from Trinity College. Edited by Cecil Jenkins, Rosalind Brett-Jones, Peter Devlin, Alec Reid, Bernard Share, Harry Keating, Richard Power, Douglas Sealy, and others. With guest contributors Bryan Macmahon & Donald A. Davie. Oct.1952 Radio Eireann Prize-Winning Play; Jan.1956 Tribute to Bernard Shaw. Issues of 40-60 pp. each.

[#8185]

IMAGE

A quarterly of the Visual Arts.

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). London, 1949- Summer 1952, with precursor: ALPHABET AND IMAGE. Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). London, 1946-1948. Tog. 16 issues, roy. 8vo., with original pictorial wrappers, first 4 in spiral bindings.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Robert Harling. Articles on drawing, woodengraving, sculpture, photography, color stencil, lithography etc., reviews of books and exhibitions, the last no. of Image contains lithographs by Henry Moore. Alphabet & Image is primarily concerned with typography and the graphic arts.

[#16765]

INVISIBLE CITY

Nos. 1-28 (all publ.). Fairfax: Red Hill Press, 1971-1981. Tabloïd size, on good paper, in 20 physical issues.

EUR 700.00

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A Collection of Poetry, Translations, Reviews & Statements, edited by Paul Vangelisti and John McBride. Largely devoted to foreign avant-garde poetry in translation (mostly by Vangelisti or Hirschman), also featuring many American poets of the day. Photographs on cover by Tony Spadarella, Robert Gumpert, Lewis W.Hine group, Giuliana della Casa, Contributors include Charles Bukowski, Guillevic, Blazek, Jack Hirschman, Pier-PaoloPasolini, Charles Wright, Paul Malanga, Henri Michaux, Charles Price, Sam Hamill, Gerda Pendolfd, René Daumal, Kenneth Rexroth, Paul Eluard, Tristann Tzara, Huidobro,and many others. Number 6 is an all Artaud issue. Vangelisti , broadside "Air" present in Number 8, Later issues have contributions by many of the concrete & visual poetry people: Spatola, Julien Blaine, etc.

[#8340]

IRONWOOD

Nos. 1-24. Tucson/Ariz., 1972-1984. Original wrappers. With the Czeslaw Milosz Issue.

EUR 400.00

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Ed. by Michael Cuddihy. Devoted mainly to poetry, a.o. Mike Finley, Pablo Neruda, James Wright, Apollinaire, George Oppen (Special issue), Transtromer (Special Issue), Linda Cregg, Cesar Vallejo, Czeslaw Milosz a.o.

[#14832]

ISHMAEL

New writing and translation.

Number 1 (all published ?). San Francisco, CA. [no date, but ca. 1963]. Orig. werappers (small defect to let upper corner).

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Monica Di Emidio, et al. Includes work in translation by Hesse, Breton and Cernuda, with original work by Rothenberg, and others.

[#18049]

ISSUE NUMBER ONE

Number 1 (all publ.). New York,NY,1967. 28x21,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph. (light wear to the spine, back cover sunned). Side-stapled into photo-illustrated covers; [26]pp; illus.

EUR 500.00

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Only issue of this arts and poetry magazine, published and edited by Charles Rotenberg. The issue contains a special section on the poetry of Jackson Mac Low, with contributions by Diane Wakoski, Clayton Eshleman, Paris Flammonde, Robert Paton, and others. Illustrations throughout by Franklin Drake, Julie Wagner and Rotenberg.

[#16379]

ISTHMUS

Number 1-6 (all publ.).San Francisco: Isthmus,1972-1977. Size (h/w): 26 x 18,3 cm. Illustrated. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by J. Rutherford Williams. With contributions by Gunn, Meltzer, Enslin, Malanga, Charles Henri Ford, Mecalf, Upton, Bly, Di Prima, Bruce Conner, McClure, Blazek, Dorn, Michael Myers, Hirschman, Brandi, Mariah, and others.a.o. Illustrations by Bruce Conner, Alice Codrescu,cover art by Zephyrus Image's Michael Myers on issue 2.

[#14833]

JANUS

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). London. January & May 1936. Small quarto. Printed wrappers. Illustrations.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Reginald Hutchings and John R. Morley. Contributions include David Gascoyne, Count Cedric Potocki, Oswell Blakeston, A.E. Coppard, Dylan Thomas, James Hanley, W.H. Auden, Gertrude Stein, et al. Drawings by Jules Pascin, Horace Brodzky, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Reuben Mednikoff, Ivon Hitchens.

[#14834]

JANUS

Monthly cahier of young french and american poetry. Cahiers mensuels bilingues de la jeune poesie francaise et americaine.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-2 (of 5 published). Paris & New York. March & April 1950. Orig.wrps.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Elliott Stein and Daniel Mauroc. Contributors include Prokosch, Senghor, Frechtman, W. C. Williams, Kafka (first publ. Of Le Gardien de Tombeau), Edson, et al.

[#16804]

THE JUDSON REVIEW

Vol. 1 (all published). New York, NY, Judson Review 1963. Orig. pictorial wrappers; 22,5x15 cm., 75pp.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Al Carmines and Don Katzman. Works by Gary Youree, Jackson Mac Low (an excerpt from Stanzas For Iris Lezak), Anselm Hollo, Denise Levertov, Diane Wakoski, Carol Berge, Allen Katzman, Gary Youree, Maurice Abramson, Howard Ant, Susan Sherman, Carl Sesar, John Thomas, Kathleen Fraser, Joel Oppenheimer, John Keys, and Howard Moody.

[#18156]

THE JUDSON REVIEW

Vol. 1 (all published). New York, NY, Judson Review 1963. Orig. pictorial wrappers; 22,5x15 cm., 75pp.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Al Carmines and Don Katzman. Works by Gary Youree, Jackson Mac Low (an excerpt from Stanzas For Iris Lezak), Anselm Hollo, Denise Levertov, Diane Wakoski, Carol Berge, Allen Katzman, Gary Youree, Maurice Abramson, Howard Ant, Susan Sherman, Carl Sesar, John Thomas, Kathleen Fraser, Joel Oppenheimer, John Keys, and Howard Moody.

[#15398]

KAYAK

Nos. 1-64 (all publ.). Autumn 1964 - 1984. Original pictorial wrappers (nos. 49-64 with inobtrusive small library stamp).

EUR 3,500.00

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Ed. by George Hitchcock, with contribs. by Kenneth Rexroth, Gary Snyder, M. McClure, Robert Bly, W.S. Merwin, Ed. Roditi, Anne Sexton, Paul Blackburn, Antin, Atwood, Levine, Ammons, Merwin, Simic, Knott, Tate, Roditi, Berry, Pillin, Blazek, Carver, Valaoriti s, Beiles, Sexton, Snyder, "found poems" and translations. One of the major literary and artistic periodicals of the period. "…particularly hospitable to surrealist, imagist and political poems…… welcomes vehement or ribald articles on the subject of modern poetry…" See Anderson/Kinzie, p. 707; Secret location p. 283.

[#15555]

KINGDOM COME

The Magazine of War-Time Oxford.

Vol.1 nos. 1-3 (of 4); Vol. 2 nos. 1-4 (complete). Wadham College, Oxford, Nov. 1939-Summer 1941. 4to; original pictorial wrappers, each with a different colour; yapped-edges with a little wear, otherwise in excellent condition except for some damage to the back wrapper of 2 no 3. . (A complete set needs 12 numbers, the last vol. 3 no 4,published in 1943). Quite rare.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by John Waller and Kenneth Harris. Contributors include: Laurence Housman,Edmund Blunden, John Gielgud, Nicholas Moore, André Breton (transl. G.S.Fraser), H.E. Bates, Paul Eluard (tranmsl.), Lorca, Lawrence Whistler, Christina Foyle, Walter de la Mare, etc. The contributions include a feature on Paris by G.S. Fraser, other features by John Middleton Murry and Laurence Housman, a story by Nicholas Moore, a story by Kay Boyle, with poems by Waller, Nicholas Moore and Andre Breton (translated by G.S. Fraser). Near fine in the original wraps, with coloured upper wrap by Baptista.

[#12346]

THE LARK

Nos. 1-25 (all publ.). San Francisco, May 1895-May 1897. Bound (with wrappers) in 2 vols., original decorated brown publ. cloth (bindings a bit stained and worn; internally good).

EUR 700.00

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See Mott,4, p.388: "one of the most charming magazines ever published". Each number 16 sq. 12mo pp. printed on one side of brownish bamboo paper. The final issue called the Epilark. Editors were Bruce Porter and Gelett Burgess, lateron William Doxey. Covers and sketches by the editors and by E. Peixotto, Florence Lundborg, Willis Polk, Y. Nogochi, Carolyn Wells, P. Garnett, J.W. Tompkins. The magazine was famous for its nonsense rhymes, children's verse, quatrains, villanelles, rondeaux, fables, and aphorisms.

[#16182]

LAUGH LITERARY AND MAN THE HUMPING GUNS

Vol. 1 nos 1, 2, & 3 (all published). Los Angeles, 1969-1971. Original stapled wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Bukowski and Neeli Cherry, featuring work by Bukowski, Steve Richmond, Jack Micheline, Neeli Cherry, Tony Quagliano, T.L.Kryss, Doug Blazek, William Wantling,Harold Norse a.o.

[#8807]

LEIGH HUNT'S LONDON JOURNAL: TO ASSIST THE INQUIRING, ANIMATE THE STRUGGLING AND SYMPATHIZE WITH ALL

Vol. 1-2 (=all publ., comprising nos. 1-91). London, Wednesday, April 2, 1834 - Saturday, December 26, 1835. With the 72-page supplement to Part I and the six monthly supplements to Part II. Folio; bound in one vol. black h. morocco, brown cloth boards.

EUR 300.00

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Much of the journal was written by Leigh Hunt himself. The most obvious outside contribution is the serialized first printing of Hazzlit's Characters of Shakespear's Plays, but there are contributions by W.S. Landor, Thomas Carlyle and others as well.

[#13023]

LIMBO

A Paraliterary Journal of Survivalism.

Vol. 1-2 no. 8, Vancouver B.C., 1963 - November 1967 plus issue dated February 1964. Orig. pictorial wrappers. Fine.

EUR 400.00

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This attractively produced periodical was published by the Neo-Surrealist Research Foundation in Vancouver. The first issue contains the Manifesto (by F. de Robert, translated from the Aztec) giving notice of the coming appearance of a paraliterary journal of Survivalism. Editor: Murray Morton, with Frances Robinson, John Doheny, William Martyn.

[#13229]

LITTLE REVIEW

A Quarterly Journal of Art and Letters.

Stella Number. New York, Autumn, 1922. Size h/w: 24,5 x 19 cm; 64 pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. Spine repaired, light wear and soilage, internally good).

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Margaret Anderson, Francis Picabia and Ezra Pound. Contributions by Man Ray (Photograph & Rayograph), Gertrude Stein, Francis Picabia, Guillaume Apollinare (Aesthetic Meditations, II. On painting. The Cubist painters.), Francis Picabia.

[#8919]

LITTLE REVIEWS ANTHOLOGY

Vol. 1-5 (all publ.). London, 1943-1949. Original cloth, with dustjackets.

EUR 150.00

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Annual, ed. by Denys Val Baker, selecting from literary little magazines; incl. contribs. by G. Orwell, Dylan Thomas, Stephen Spender, etc.; volumes of ab. 220 pp per year.

[#16643]

LITTLE SQUARE REVIEW

1-10 (complete). Ridland, John. ed. Santa Barbara: Little Square Review, 1966-1972. Eight issues in ten. Hint of foxing to the top edges of some, else all fine in wrappers. Letterpress-printed.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by John Ridland. With contributions by Walter Clark, Barry Spack, Scott Momaday, Edwin Fusell,Tom Artin, Robert A. Davies, a.o.; drawings David Dunlap. The first four issues feature the work of a single poet: Walter Clark, Robert Peters, Edwin Russell, and Barry Spacks. The double 4/5th issue, a highlight, focuses on work by and about Native American. 7 features "Three Poets of the Inland West," and the last two issues are general poetry numbersNo. 5/6: American Indian issue.

[#17659]

LITTLE SQUARE REVIEW

1-10 (complete). Ridland, John. ed. Santa Barbara: Little Square Review, 1966-1972. Eight issues in ten.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by John Ridland. With contributions by Walter Clark, Barry Spack, Scott Momaday, Edwin Fusell,Tom Artin, Robert A. Davies, a.o.; drawings David Dunlap. The first four issues feature the work of a single poet: Walter Clark, Robert Peters, Edwin Russell, and Barry Spacks. The double 4/5th issue, a highlight, focuses on work by and about Native American. 7 features "Three Poets of the Inland West," and the last two issues are general poetry numbersNo. 5/6: American Indian issue.

[#18170]

LLAMA'S ALLMANAC

"Weed Udana", Gloucester/Mass. Febr.1971, Asphodel Bookshop; one shot magazine. 106 pp, stapled in stiff wrapper.

EUR 100.00

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A magazine of the small and familiar. Ed. by Kenneth Irby, Theodore Enslin, Gerrit Lansing; also some artwork,(Elisabeth Warwick, Thorpe Feidt, photographs Barry Paine,Barbara Oliver, a.o.

[#13831]

LOCUS SOLUS

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.) Lans-en-Vercors, France, Winter 1961-1962. Size (h/w): 18,2 x 12,4 cm. Original wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Magazine for experimental poetry and prose in the early sixties, and an important Beat periodical. Edited by novelist Harry Mathews and poets John Ashbery, Kenneth Koch and Jimmy Schuyler, all of whom contributed to its pages. Other contributors were Frank O'Hara, LeRoi Jones, Edwin Denby, Diane DiPrima, Ted Berrigan, William Burroughs, Gerard Malanga, Barbara Guest and Daisy Aldan. Outstanding was a special issue devoted to the neglected art of literary collaboration, a historical survey which included translations of Japanese, Chinese, Provençal and French surrealist poets. Nos. 3/4 were combined to a double issue. No. 5 is extremely scarce.

[#8939]

THE LONDON APHRODITE

A Literary Periodical.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). London, Aug. 1928-July 1929. Original wrappers; sm. 4to. Ills.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by J. Lindsay and P.R. Stephensen. Applies Nietschean philosophy to modern culture and letters. Contributions by A. Huxley, T.F. Powys, Norman Douglas, Richard Church, Norman Lindsay, Jack Lindsay, F. Carter, Edw. Marsh, L.O. Flaherty, a.o.

[#9026]

MAGAZINE

Magazine 5: New York, Interim Books, 1972. Consists of 10 pamphlets, each in a handsewn edition of 500 copies, kept in original cardboard box.

EUR 250.00

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Edited and published by Kirby Congdon; book design by Ralph Simmons. Contents: No. 1: 'A conversation by mail' among the poets Margaret Randell, Reginald Gay, Robert Bly, Harry Smith and Kirby Congdon; No. 2: 'Dear Fathers', a tract on religion by Gregory Corso; No. 3: 'The Frightened Enemy' the symposium on poetry at the Library of Congress; No. 4: 'Counting out' rhyme by Helen Adam; No. 5: 'XI Poems' by Joan Colby; No. 6:'What is Poetry for?' an essay by Kirby Congdon; No. 7: 'Young America' poetry by Carl A. Robins; No. 8: 'Poems 1972', by Charles Bukowski, Walter Griffin, Esther M. Leiper, David Gerry, a.o.; No. 9: 'Poems 1972' by Norm Moser, Bruce Rettman, Jay Socin, a.o.; No. 10: 'A Gallery 1972' portraits of people behind the scene.

[#18824]

THE MAGIC DRAGON

(two issues, all published). NY: Friends World Institute [1965]. Two issues, the first fine, the second near fine with a small dampstain along the bottom edge, both 28x21,5. side-stapled wrappers, mimeographed on coloured stock.

EUR 400.00

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With contributions by Richard Krech (later of Undermine Press and Avalanche), Dale A. Smith, Martha Krech, and others. The editors of this magazine,being of draft age, hereby state their refusal to fight against the people of Vietnam.

[#8982]

MALEDICTA

The International Journal of Verbal Agression.

Vol. 1-10. Waukesha, 1977-1988/89. Paperbd.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Reinhold Aman (Maledicta Press) this unique journal specializes in the serious study of abusive language, pejorative wording, cursing, scolding, etc. in all cultures and times.

[#16645]

MANGO

Volume 1 no 1 - Volume 2 (all publ.). San Jose: Mango (1976-1979). Six issues fine in stapled wrappers.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Lorna Dee Cervantes. English-language Chicana/Chicano (Mexican-American) literary magazine. The first three, and the last are traditional journals, printing work by all the young Chicana/o writers of the day, The fourth and fifth issues are chapbooks by Ronnie Burk and Gary de France, early work for both. Other contributors include Jose Antonio Burciaga, Orlando Ramirez, Wendy Rose, Gary Soto, Leroy V. Quintana, Pancho Aguila, Adrian Rocha, Sandra Cisneros, Jose Montoya, and others. (1: 1, 1: 2, 1: 3&4, 2: 1, 2: 2, Vol. 2)

[#16646]

MANHATTAN REVIEW

Nos 1 -3 (all publ.). New York: Manhattan Review, 1966-1967. in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Edythe Dimond,Eris Oatman (a.o.).Contributions by Henry Roth, Eric Carle, Douglas Blazek, D.r. Wagner, William Wantling, Richard Kretch, and many others.

[#16647]

MANROOT

Nos. 1-12. (all publ.). San Francisco, 1969. Varying sizes (h/w) between: 22,5 x 17 and 21 x 13,3 cm. Original illustrated wrappers (some spines a little faded, corners a bit creased). Illustrated.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Paul Mariah, Richard Tagett. Gay periodical of the early 1970's. Contributions (mostly poetry) by Jack Spicer, Paul Eluard, Jean Cocteau, Frank O'Hara, Robert Desnos, James Broughton, Denise Levertov, Andre Breton, Jean Genet, Arthur Rimbaud, Allen Ginsberg a.o. Illustrations by Marie Wilson, Martin Izquierdo, Robert Berner, José Laffitte, Diego Rivera. No. 12 is "The complete Poems of Jean Genet" (second printing); No. 10 is special "Jack Spicer" issue.

[#14843]

MANUSCRIPT

Volume 1 nos. 2-3. Athens, OH. April & June 1934. Two issues. Small quarto. Pictorial wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Mary Lawhead, et al. Published through 1936, with a particular emphasis on comparatively unknown writers, including James Laughlin ("He has lived mostly in the Bernese Oberland, Bavaria"), Alfred Morang, Belitt, et al.

[#14558]

MARYLAND QUARTERLY

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Maryland, 1944. (Later continued as Briarcliff Quarterly). Size (h/w): 23 x 15 cm. Original wrappers. Faint library stamp to front cover of one issue, otherwise very good copies.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Jane Woodring, Pauline Howland. With contributions by Stephen Spender, Baudelaire, Macleod, Wallace Stephens, Tennessee Williams, Karl Shapiro, Cummings, a.o.

[#14844]

MEASURE

A critical journal.

Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 2, No. 4 (all publ.). Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., Spring 1950 - Fall 1951. Together 8 issues, original wrappers

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Daniel Boorstin, Robert M. Hutchins, et al. Contributors include Robnert M. Hutchins, Martin Heidegger, Gilson, Jacques Maritain, Nehru, Wallace Fowlie,Jacques Maritain, P. Goodman, Howard Moss, T.S. Eliot etc.

[#17843]

MEASURE

A quarterly to the poem.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Boston, San Francisco, Milton, Summer 1957-Summer 1962. Original wrappers. Rare complete.

EUR 500.00

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Magazine edited by John Wieners (back to Boston from Black Mountain College) with contributions by o.a.: Charles Olson, Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, Robert Creeley, Jack Kerouac, Jonathan Williams, Edward Marshall, Stephen Jonas. No. 3 includes West Coasts poets (Helen Adams, Robert Duncan, Philip Lamantia etc.).

[#9082]

MEDITERRANEAN REVIEW

An International Quarterly.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-4 and vol. 2 nos. 1-4 (probably all publ.). Oakdale/Orient/N.Y., Fall 1970 - Summer 1972. Original pictorial wrappers; sq. 8vo; ills.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Robert DeMaria, Ellen Hope Meyer, publishing fiction, poetry, non-fiction and art, featuring work by R. Graves, S. Weinberg, Tennessee Williams, Ruthven Todd, P. Neruda, Y. Goll, Colin Wilson, Ferlinghetti, A. Burgess, etc. Vol.1 no 4 is book-length narrative by Robert Goulet (Manicomio); vol.2 no 4 is special Italian issue

[#17500]

THE MEDUSA

Volume 1, number 1 (all publ.). Amherst: (np) (1946). 60 pp. Stapled wrappers (faint creases to front & back wrapper, but otherwise a very fine copy).

EUR 280.00

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Edited by James Merrill and William Burford. Edited by Merrill while a student at Amherst College. Contribtions by Anais Nin and Maya Deren, work by Merrill and Burford and others.

[#16348]

MESSAGE FROM NOWHERE

Message de nulle part. November 1944 (all publ.). London, London Gallery Editions, 1944. Selfwrappers, 24 pp.; 8vo.

EUR 250.00

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London Gallery. Collection of poetry, drawings & criticism, ed. by E.L.T. Mesens. Contents: Hommage to Jarry, poems, surrealist texts, critical notes, drawings (F.A. Cazals, Picasso (Portrait of Ubu), Edith Rimmington, John Banting, Robert Baxter).

[#15519]

MIDWEST

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.), Chicago, Midwest, 1961-1965/66. Orig. wrappers (cover of no 7 sunned, remainder fine). Scarce complete.

EUR 380.00

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Edited by R.R.Cuscaden. Complete set of 8 issues in seven. Contribs. by Judson Crews, William Corrington, Fred Eckman, Derleth, David Pearson, John Nist and Charles Bukowski in nos, 2,3,4, and 7. Artwork by Ben Tibbs. No. 5/6 is special issue American Women Poets Today.

[#16470]

MILK QUARTERLY

Numbers 1 - 12 (all published). Chicago: Yellow Press (1972-1978). Small abrasion to cover number 2, ortherwise all very good condition.Twelve numbers in ten issues starting as quarto side-stapled sheets,the last two as trade paperbacks.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Bob Rosenthal and Peter Kostakis. Contributions by Notley, Berrigan, Padgett, Perrault, Codrescu, Gallup, Malanga, Jim Carroll, Knott, Raworth, Creeley, Ginsberg, and many others. Richard Friedman's insert booklet present in issue 6. Issue 9/10, (15 Chicago Poets) , represented in both cloth and paperback issues.

[#17501]

MINERAL WATERS OF THE CAUCASUS

(Unnumbered, only issue published). Cambridge: Jesus College; We Are From the Urals (1976). 69 pp. Light bump to one upper corner, else very fine in side-stapled wrappers with light toning to rear cover. (25,5x 20,3 cm).

EUR 100.00

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Mengham, Rod and Geoff Ward. eds. Contributions by Geoffrey Ward, Paul Smith (in part translating Francis Ponge), Rod Mengham, and John Wilkinson. A one-shot. Miller & Price E497.

[#9152]

THE MINT

A Miscellany of Literature, Art & Criticism.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). London, 1946-1948. First vol. original cloth, second original wrappers (bindings slightly worn). Ills.

EUR 150.00

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Contribs. include M. Buber, W. H. Auden, Graham Green (first ed. of Convoy to West Africa), Wyndham Lewis, J. M. Falkner, Simone Weil, etc.

[#17526]

MITHRANDER

Vol. 1 No. 1 (all publ.). San Francisco, n.d. (1963-1965). Size (h/w): 21,5 x 14 cm. (32) pp. Sewn in colored self-wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Tony Sherrod. Contributions by Paul Blackburn, Philip Whalen, Dale Landers, Jerrold Greenberg, James Alexander, Lewis Ellingham, John Allen Ryan,, Link, Tony Sherrod. a.o. Cover and collage by G. Mackintosh, drawings by Virginia Vandergrift. Not a White Rabbit publication, but printed by Graham Mackintosh by offset-lithography as well as featuring his cover art.

[#14477]

MONTANA GOTHIC

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Black Stone Press, Missoula, Montana, 1974-1977. Size (h/w): 21,5 x 14 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Peter Koch. With nicely illustrated covers (each in a different colour) and drawings inside, two fold-out plates in no. 6. Illustrations by Ludwig Zeller, Bruce Lee, Russell Smith, Shelley Hoyt-Koch, Dana Johnson. Contributions by Ira Cohen, Robert Bly, Daumal, Kostelanetz, Opal Nations, Douglas Blazek a.o.

[#19361]

MY OWN MAG

A group of 12 numbers comprising: Nos. 5 - 17 (out of 17 published, without no 8). . Barnet, Herts.,May 1964--Sept. 1966. Mimeographed sheets, foolscap stapled. Illustrated. Individually cut pages, with some issues featuring 'designed' stains, gaps cut into the text, see-through burns, and inserts.

EUR 4,500.00

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Edited by Jeff Nuttall.. Amongst other things important for the collaboration of Burroughs, who introduced his own newspaper, called variously (The Burrough and The Moving Times) , also with Claude Pélieu and Carl Weissner. No.5 No date (May 1964). Contains the first appearance of The Moving Times, defined by Nuttall as Burroughs' "programmed assault on reality" via the cut-up method. Described as a 'Special Tangier Edition', the cover has a full-page drawing of Burroughs wearing a fez. (M&M C100). Also: Jeff Nuttall. Light staining, mostly on the blank back-page No. 6 No date (July 1964). The "Cut-Up Issue", with most pages having been cut into eight squares which are stapled at edges to backing sheet. Contains "Afternoon Ticker Tape" in The Burrough, appearing as the last two pages of My Own Mag. In "St. Louis Return" Burroughs refers to this magazine appearance, "an experiment in newspaper format…largely a rearrangement of phrases from the front page of The New York Times, September 17, 1899, cast in the form of code messages." (M&M C95). Also: B.S. Johnson; Anselm Hollo; Keith Musgrove; Jeff Nuttall. A bit stained, rusting on the staples No.7 No date (July 1964). Contains "Bring Your Problems to Lady Sutton Fix" and "Over the Last Skyscrapers a Silent Kite", in The Moving Times. (M&M C97). Also: Alden Van Buskirk (his first publication); Jeff Nuttall. The second burned cover, with see-through window. Staples sl. rusty, with a few staple-mark indentations. No. 9. 1st Nov. 1964, 12pp. A fine copy save for small crimp at one outer edge. Burroughs contributes "Extracts from Letter to Homosap" (9:11) (C101); "Personals Special to The Moving Times" (9:12) (C102). Has a special "Fall Out Shelter" cover and a brown-green stain running down the front. A small square has been cut from bottom of front page. "Special Post-Election" issue. Also work by Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, B.S. Johnson a.o , No.10 No date (Dec. 1964). All British number, featuring Bill Butler, Tom McGrath, Dave Cunliffe, and others. Very well preserved, clean.. No. 11 (Feb. 1965). Contains "Dec. 29: Tuesday was the Last Day for Singing Years", "Letter to Jeff Nuttall", and "Collage" in The Moving Times; plus letters and quotes from newsclippings on Dr. Dent's apomorphine treatment. (M&M C105-108). Also: Michael McClure; Jeff Nuttall; Anselm Hollo. Near Fine No. 12 (May 1965). Contains "The Last Words of Dutch Schultz" (first appearance) and "Letter to Sunday Times". (M&M C112-113). Also: Carl Weissner; Jeff Nuttall (on Sigma); Martin Bax. Staples sl. rusty, o/w Near Fine. No. 13 (Aug. 1965). "Dutch Schultz Special", containing "The Dead Star". One of 500 numbered copies in offset facsimile of the original manuscript. (M&M C122). Also: Jeff Nuttall. Wear to the righthand margin. No. 14 (Dec. 1965). Contains "Moving Times", being Burroughs quotes in collaged material by Carl Weissner. (M&M C131). Also: Charles Plymell; Brian Patten; Tom McGrath; Bill Butler; others. Near Fine. No. 15 (April 1966). With Editorial Bit (2 small leaves), and list of subscribers/stencilled, stapled to front page. Contains "Nut Note on the Column Cutup Thing", "WB Talking", "Quantities of the Gas Girls", and an untitled piece, all appearing in The Moving Times. (M&M C137-140). Also: Bill Butler; Claude Pélieu; Jeff Nuttall. Near Fine. No.16 (May 1966). Edited by Clifton DeBerry (c/o Better Books), ie. Nuttall, who only later discovered that the 'real' DeBerry was a black American Communist, former Wobbly and two-time Socialist Workers Party candidate for President of the United States. Near Fine. No. 17 (Sept. 1966). Contributors incl. Carl Weissner (a cut-up of a Burroughs text); Jim Haynes; Criton Tomazos; Wm. Wantling; Doug Blazek; Claude Pélieu; Charles Plymell; Jeff Nuttall. The last issue. (M&M C154). Near Fine.

[#9381]

NEUROTICA

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). New York/St. Louis/Missouri, Neurotica Publ., Spring 1948 - Winter 1952. Original wrappers (last two issues waterstained in spine & upper-left corner, still a nice set). First issue in second printing. Rare complete.

EUR 600.00

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Ed. by Jay Irving Landesman, Richard Rubinstein and later Gershon Legman. Scarce complete set. '... a literary exposition, defense, and correlation of the problems and personalities that in our society are defined as neurotic'. 'Neurotica is for the patients-present and future'. Contributions by Kenneth Patchen, Leonard Bernstein, Ch. Brossard, Lawrence Durrell, Allen Ginsberg, Henri Michaux, Marshall McLuhan, etc. Cover by Alvin Lustig. (see extensively: Anderson/Kinzie, p. 716).

[#17129]

THE NEW COMMERCIALIST.

(a review).

Nos. 1-3 (all published). San Francisco, CA, 1978/81. Orig. wrappers. (With text and photographs).

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Meyer Hirsch. No. 1 (Advertising, Sociology, Aesthetics): 28x22 cm., original brass clasp bound, unpaginated (78pp recto printed. Edition unknown. Contributions by T.J. Kelly, R. Misrach, G. Cook, Harley W. Lond, Carl E. Loeffler, H. Fischer, James Hugunin etc. No. 2 (Gay Semiotics): 28x22 cmm., original brass clasp bound, unpaginated (51pp recto printed. Edition unknown. Contributions by E. Mycue, Shirley Garzotto, A. Rosenberg, P. Adair, Chuck Moser, Beau Riley, Harley W. Lond. No. 3 (On Methodology): 37,5x28 cm., stapled, 220pp (144pp unpaginated, text and photographs). Edition unknown. Contributions by E. Mycue, M. Hirsch,P. D'Agostino, G. Wescott, K. Stiles etc. A number 4 (The Institution) was announced but never materialised.

[#15156]

NEW DIRECTIONS

An International Anthology of Prose and Poetry (USA).

Nos. 3, 4, , 9-14, 16-41, 53. (1938,1939, 1946-1981). 35 volumes in original wrappers and boards as issued. Sold as a group only.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by James Laughlin. Important collection of these anthologies with contributions (including first editions) by Tennesse Williams, Dylan Thomas and many others. A set in mixed condition, as follows: No. 3 original damagedboards, no dustjacket No. 4 orginal damaged boards, , dustajcket damaged, faded spine. Nos. 9-12, 14 damaged dustjackets with some stains and fading. No. 13 damaged spine. Nos 16-41and 53 mixed hardcover & paperback editions, some spines damage.

[#9386]

NEW ENGLAND REVIEW

Vol. 1-2. Hanover/N.H., Autumn 1978 - Summer 1980. Original wrappers.

EUR 110.00

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Literary magazine, ed. by Syney Lea, Jay Parini, Robin Barone. Important literary contribs. by Borges, Oates, Selzer, Cortázar, Fitzgerald, Galbraith, Pasternak, etc.

[#9433]

NEW MEASURE

A quarterly magazine of poetry.

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Oxford/Middlesex, 1965-1969. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Ed. by Peter Jay & John Aczel, with contribs. by Jerome Rothenberg, Edward Dorn, W.H. Auden, Gary Snyder, Michael Horovitz, Ganvin Bantock, Peter Levi, Clemo, Middleton, Stalworthy, Scannell, a.o.

[#9434]

NEW NUMBERS

(A Quarterly Publication of the Poems of) Wilfred Gibson, Rupert Brooke, Lascelles Abercrombie, John Drinkwater.

Vol.1 nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Ryton, Dymock, Glos., 1914. In original gray wrappers, 4to. Front wrappers of no 1 damaged at the right edge and upper corner, spines a damaged, otherwise in good condition.

EUR 300.00

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Published by the Crypt House Press. Contains poetry in 1st ed. of the 4 poets mentioned in the title, a.o. Brooke's "The Soldier" and "The Great Lover". Tog. 203 pp. and Index at the end of no. 4.

[#16984]

NEW OBSERVATIONS

Art and Culture.

Nos. 1-85. New York, New Observations Ltd., 142 Greene Street, 1981-1991. 4to; stapled in the spine (the first numbers as loose sheets with pin in the left upper corner.)

EUR 2,000.00

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Published by Peter Licht, Issues of ca. 25-50 pages each, incl. b/w illustrations. Each volume with a guest editor and various contributors, e.g: No. 1. A Gathering in Morocco June 25, 1981 with Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Michael Goldberg, Peter Licht, Lucio Pozzi, David Shapiro, Carmen Gloria Morales, Doug Sanderson, Stephen Paul Miller, Jeanne Siegel, Susanna Tanger and Lynn Umlauf; -No. 2. Yoshiteru Kawasaki & Sabu Kohso September 21, 1981with Shigeru Kawada, Yoshiteru Kawasaki, Iwasaburo Kohso, Izumi Muraki, Shintaro Otsuka, Kazuko Sumi, Hideyo Takahashi, Mari Uchida, Lei Ujika. - No. 3. Narrative Painting -Lisa Zwerling October 5, 1981 Mike Berg, Bruno Civitico, Sue Daykin, Tom Duncan, Eric Fischl, Gregory Gillespie, Sidney Goodman, Susan Grabel, William Haney, John Laney, Michael Mazur, James McGarrell,Bill Midgette, Eva Papadopulos, Len Petrillo, Toni Siani, Richard Uhlich, William Wilkins, Lisa Zwerlin -No. 4. Group Issue - Jennifer Golub December 14, 1981 Julie Watchel, Haim Steinbach, Paul Alexander, Frank Young, Jennifer Golub, Jaye Ballo, Steve Miller, Shelley Silver, Michael Robbins, Gina Freschet, Barbara Lipp, Tom Koken - No. 5. De Kalb Issue -Paolo Colombo May 25, 1982 Timothy Brown, Rex Burwell, Paolo Colombo, Jim Disrud, Joseph Gastiger, Larry Gorman, Karolyn Schalk, Tom Small, Jean Swiderski. - No. 6. Group Issue (Tanger, Morocco) -Lucio Pozzi June 7, 1982 Jerry Berger, Emory Craig, Abderrahmane Darouiche, Abdelilah En-Nassef, Jack Flam, Burt Hasen, Kay Hillman, Hamid Irbouh, Lacheb, Judith Lerner, Abdelwahed Maimouni, A Moroccan Student, Jo Mullen, Lucio Pozzi, Shelley Rice, Calvin Siebert, Jeanne Siegel, Frederic Tuten, Dooley Worth-Beck. Etcetera: complete list on demand.

[#15078]

THE NEW REVIEW

An international notebook for the arts.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). January 1931 through April 1932. Small quarto. Printed wrappers (in good condition, except for no 4, which has some wear and detached covers).

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Samuel Putnam (and later with co-editor Peter Neagoe). Associate editors Ezra Pound, Richard Thoma and many contributing editors. One of the most important of the expatriate periodicals. Contributions by Cocteau, Bodenheim, Reavey, Eberhart, Pound, Pasternak, Antheil, Thoma, Hiler, Zukofsky, Alberti, McGreevey, Shapiro (Sanford), Brassai, Farrell, Unamuno, Mangan, Biely, Miller, Arp, Carnevali, Beckett, Marinetti, McAlmon, Turbyfill, Bunting, Cunard, Vail, Boyle, Rexroth, Fearing, Macleod, etc. No. 4 in second printing (special theme: "Machines") has contributions by Apollinaire, Marinetti. Prints Samuel Beckett's sixty-nine line poem, "Text"

[#9441]

NEW VENTURES

Contemporary writing.

No. 1 (no more publ.). Philadelphia, 1954. Original pictorial wrappers; 4to. Numbered copy 312. Covers a bit unfresh.

EUR 100.00

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Ed. by Stephen W.Berg, with Edw.Parker, Naomi Powers, Robert M.Ockene. Contribs. include: William C.Williams, William Butler, Hans Hofmann, Leroy Smith jr., R.Eberhat, E.A.Bloom, Diana Forbes, Eug.Haun, Erin Sellin, E.E.Cummings, Barbara Crawford, a.o.

[#15913]

NEW WILDERNESS LETTER

Nos. 1-12 (all published, but without no. 11). New York, NY, New Wilderness Foundation, 1977-1984. Orig.pictorial wrappers, varying sizes (27,5 x 21,5 to 21 x 14cm).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Jerome Rothenberg. Managing editor: Diane Rothenberg. No.1: Contributions by Harold Cohen and J. Rothenberg. No. 2:The Poetry of Numbers”: Poems by Gertrude Stein, Charles Olson, Charlie Morrow, Kurt Schwitters, Karen Shaw, Jackson Mac Low, Steve Mcaffery a.o. No. 3/4: ( 40pp).Contributions by M. McClure, Paulina Oliveros, Allan Kaprow, Dick Higgins and others. Added: ephemera and supplement. No. 5/6: Includes Keith Wilson, Edmond Jabes, Navajo, Hebrew and Chinese texts and others. No. 7: E. Jabès, J.-P. Faye, L. Montano a.o. No. 8: E. Cardenal,A. Knowles, K. Friedman a.o. No. 9: Allen Ginsberg, A. Artaud, B. Einzig a.o. No. 10, special Dream-Work Issue, edited by Barbara Einzig: S. Hiller, G. Hendricks, C. Schneemann, J. Mac Low, B. Cohen &P. Oliveros a.o. (Cover photo by Lisa Kaghane (Carolee Schneemann performing. No. 12: (also entitled WCH Way 5), edited by D. Byrd and J. Rasula.

[#9443]

THE NEW YORK QUARTERLY

A magazine devoted to the craft of poetry.

Nos. 1-15. New York, Winter 1970 - Summer 1973. Original pictorial wrappers; illustrations & photographs.

EUR 300.00

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Unbroken run of the first 15 numbers. Edited by William Packard. This magazine (issues ranging from 90 - 220 pages) publishes poetry and features contemporary poets. Each issue contains an interview (W.H. Auden, Paul Blackburn, Anne Sexton, Stanley Kunitz, J. Rothenberg, Allen Ginsberg, D. Levertov, Galway Kinnell, L. Medwick, J. Dickey, M. Rukeyser, R. Wilbur, R. Creeley, J. MacLow, Howard Moss) and numerous photographs of poets. Included is much unpubl. work by poets like R. Bly, Blackburn, W. Stafford, J. Logan, J. Updike, L. Conellan, Ch. Bukowski, D. Ignatow; also thematic issues, dedicated to Chinese, Puerto Rican, Yiddish, Black, American, Indian Poets.

[#16630]

NEW-STORY

Nos. 1-13 (complete). NY & Paris: Gargoyle Press (1951-1953). Thirteen numbers, very good condition. In nice printed wrappers.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Jean-François Bergery. "There is no short story magazine of national importance in America today". Stories by Jean Genet, Ray Bradbury (2x), James Baldwin (preceding his first novel), Terry Southern (3x), Robert Lax, Cecily Mackworth, Mark Van Doren, William Goyen, and others.

[#17573]

NINE QUEEN BEES

Zero issue,. Honolulu, Summer 1970.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Jim Chapson, James Liddy, and Bill Siverly. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. A one-shot designated "zero issue." White Rabbit Press poets well-represented: John Allen Ryan, Chapson, Liddy, George Stanley, and Jack Spicer. Also translations of letters between Baudelaire and Flaubert, and work by Lewis Ellingham and John Wieners. Printed letterpress.

[#9488]

THE NOBLE SAVAGE

A Meridian Periodical.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). New York, 1960-1962. Original pictorial wrappers (very good condition, with only light soilage to cover of no 5)

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Saul Bellow, Keith Botsford, Jack Ludwig, Aaron Asher. Contribs incl.: J. Berryman, R. Ellison, H. Gold, Arthur Miller, Wr. Morris, H. Swados, J. Feiffer, D.H. Lawrence, N. Algren, L. Simpson, etc. Covers designed by Elaine Lustig.

[#18168]

NORTHEAST RISING SUN

A small press review magazine.

Numbers 1-14 (also as: Volume 1 number 1 January 1976 - volume 3 number 14), Cherry Valley Editions. 1976-1979 (Lacking number 3, 6 / 7). 28x21,5cm,vol. 3 no 4: 21,5x14

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Charles Plymell, Pamela Beach Plymell and Joshua Norton.

[#17527]

A NOSEGAY in Black.

Volume 1, number 1. (all published), Saint Louis: Eastgate Press, 1966. Orig. wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited byThomas and Winfred Blevins. Contributions by Robert Creeley (center spread devoted to the poems of Robert Creeley, with a fourteen page critical response by Warren Tallman), Lewis Turco, Miller Williams, Raymond Roseliep, Will Inman, Barriss Mills, Donald Kummings, Bruce P. Woodford, and R.V. Cassill.

[#9508]

NOTHING DOING IN LONDON (ONE & TWO)

Vol. 1-2 (all publ.). London, 1966-1968. Loose leaves in original wrappers, as issued. Limited edition of 500 copies.

EUR 220.00

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Direction: Anthony Barnett, for France: Claude Royet-Journoud. Contr. incl.: Samuel Beckett, J. Cocteau, A. Crozier, T. Pickard, S. Montgomery, D. Coxhead, Yoko Ono ("On Paper" in no 2), Stephen Dwoskin, Jean Cocteau etc.

[#15672]

NUMBER

A Magazine of Modern Poetry.

Numbers 1-8 (all publ.). San Francisco, Wobber Brothers, 1950-1955. (14,5 x 18,5 cm); all in good to fine condition, stapled (partly illustrated) wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Nicely-produced little mag, most issues featuring poets from Mills College in Oakland, CA, a well-regarded women's college founded in 1852. Featured on the cover: 1. Poems ;2. Chinatown Issue - traditional Chinese peasant songs translated & illustrated by Nanying. 3. The Sombreron: a Mexican Drama by B. Ortiz de Montelanno (one leaf bound upside-down, as in all copies). 4. Mills College Students poetry . 5. Rosalie Moore: Hesitation and Movement in Poetry. 6. Jeanne McGahey. Notes on a Battle (long poem). 7. Mills College Issue. 8. Poems (signed by the editors on the recto of the last leaf)

[#16261]

OBLEK

(O.Blek). A Journal of Language Arts

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). NY & Stockbridge: Garlic Press/Oblek Editions, 1987-1993. Orig. wrappers, 12 issues in 13 numbers (19x13,5cm)(no 12 in 2 parts on larger size).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Peter Gizzi and Connell McGrath. Cover art by Norman Bluhm, Trevor Winkfield, Brian Schorn, Win Knowlton, Jess, among others. With contributions by Coolidge, Jabes, Michael Palmer, Charles Bernstein, Charles Simic, Creeley, Mac Low, Hejinian, Berrigan, Ashbery, Spicer, Duncan, Volume 9 is a Burning Deck 30th anniversary tribute issue. Volume 9, on size 15x23 cm) in 2 parts is called: Writing from the New Coast,Technique + Presentation.

[#16655]

OCCURRENCE

Numbers 1-8 (all publ.). Mechanicsburg + Philadelphia: Occurence (c. 1972-1978). Eight issues. Spine of no. 4 sunned, else all fine.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by John Wilson,. With contributions by Bronk, Edson, Perlman, DiPalma, Taggart, Ronald Johnson, Corman, Hejinian, Enslin, Mary Oppen, and many others Issue 5 wholly devoted to the writings and drawings of Russell Edson, no 8 devoted to the poems of Theodore Enslin.

[#15460]

OLE

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Bensenville/Ill., 1964-1967. Various sizes, mimeographed, folded and stapled. (Front cover of no. 4 with slight staining, oherwise fine).

EUR 1,200.00

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Rare complete. Edited by Douglas Blazek (Open Skull Press), with contributions by Bukowski, Al Purdy, Norse, Wantling, d.a.levy, Jeff Nuttall, Lee Harwood, Willam Burroughs, W.C.Williams, Anais Nin, James Baldwin etc. No. 1: "Dedicated to the cause of making poetry dangerous"; No. 2: "A magazine for all those unacknowledged legislators of the world, especially those who are really unacknowledged" … OLE as in hole, not bulls … ; No. 3: "The original Consciousness-Expanding magazine"; No 4: The poetfood for champions; No. 5: Harold Norse special; No. 6: The weird harvest special; No. 7: review issue; No. 8: last issue before move to the West coast.

[#9601]

OLSON

The Journal of the Charles Olson Archives.

Nos. 1-10. Storrs/Conn., 1974-1978. Original wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Added: Proprioception by Charles Olson. 1965. 18pp.

[#14595]

OLYMPIA

A bi-monthly review published in Paris by the Olympia Press.

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Paris, Dec. 1961-April 1963. Original wrappers; lower part of the spine of the last issue damaged, otherwise good clean set.

EUR 400.00

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Complete set of the legendary periodical. Art, poetry and prose 'at their freest'. Ed. by Maurice Girodias. Contribs. by L. Durrell, Henri Miller, William Burroughs, J.-P. Donleavy, Julio Cortazar, Bryon Gysin, Gregory Corso, etc. The first number contains the famous review of chastity-belts.

[#13645]

THE OPEN LETTER

Nos. 1-4 (First series). Victoria, B.C., 1966. Size (h/w): 21,5 x 18 cm. 32 pp. each. Stapled in bright yellow printed wrappers. No. 3 is misbound, pages out of order but all present. Mint condition.

EUR 200.00

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Avant-garde magazine for poetry and prose from Canada, edited by Frank Davey. Contributors include Bowering, Kearns, Wah, Malanga, Berge, Buckle, Brigham, Eigner, Blackburn a.o. This is the first series. The magazine has been resumed at a later date, apparently 10 issues were published till 1968.

[#19180]

THE OPEN LETTER

No. 6, 7, 9. Victoria,B.C. (Feb?), March, April 1,1969. Orig.wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Editor Ted Whittaker, David Dawson, Frank Davey.

[#18907]

OPEN READING

Numbers 1- 4/5 (all publ). Rohnert Park: David Bromige (1972-1974). Five numbers in four issues, in side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by David Bromige. Contributors include Antin, Duncan, Loewinsohn, McClure, Snyder, Gifford, Palmer, Simic, and many others.

[#9640]

OPEN WINDOW

Nos. 1-10. London, October 1910-July 1911. Original wrappers (with library stamps on front cover); 16mo.; b & w ills. Lacking nos. 2,3 and 6.

EUR 200.00

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Small literary magazine, with prose and poetry by Stephen Reynolds, Hugh de Sélincourt, Yone Noguchi, Philip Brown, E.M. Forster, Michael West, John Drinkwater, John Nicolas, C. J. Holmes, a.o. ... 'The Open Window' is an illustrated monthly magazine, whose purpose is "the expression of that free vision of things which is more definitely associated with the word art"... The contents of the magazine are "of a quality imaginative rather than controversial"... (Hoffman, The Little Magazine, p.239). Published till Sept. 1911;

[#18059]

THE ORGAN

Numbers 1-9 (all publ.). Berkeley, CA, July 1970- July 1971. Tabloid newspaper format, 34pp each. Offset B&W and color. In good clean condition.

EUR 2,500.00

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Countercultural journal, edited by Gerard van der Leun, published by Christopher Weills. The contents of this hip paper include interviews with Allen Ginsberg (+ his "Police State Blues"), Jerry Garcia, Melvin Peebles, B.B. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Divine, and Country Joe; comic strips by S. Clay Wilson and Robert Crumb; artwork by Satty, Greg Irons, and David Singer; camp troupe The Cockettes; communes in Taos, Mexico; Tom Clark; Kenneth Anger; Ed Sanders; "Trash", "Performance", "Gimme Shelter" reviewed; Kathmandu; Gary Snyder ("Spel Against Demons"); the rise of the New Right; Scientology; The Process Church; Krishna Consciousness; Synanon; Ayn Rand; John Lennon and Primal Scream; the JFK assassination; H.P. Lovecraft; drug addiction; Robert Anton Wilson and Robert J. Shea on LBJ; William Burroughs and others. Complete runs are scarce,in particular the first issue which had been banned in several US cities, including Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, and New York.

[#12198]

ORION

A Miscellany.

Vol. 1-4 (all publ.). London, Nicholson & Watson. Bound, with (a few damaged) dust jackets. 1945-1947.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Rosamond Lehmann, D. Kilham Roberts, C. Day Lewis, Edwin Muir. From the editors'foreword: "Orion aims to publish good writings, creative and critical, in prose and verse. " Includes poems by Edith Sitwell, Stephen Spender, and prose by Leonard Woolf, John Lehmann, V.S. Pritchett, Graham Green, Osbert Sitwell, and many others.

[#15461]

OUTBURST

No. 1 (of 2 published). London, Published in the basement of 167 Amhurst Road, 1961. 8vo, 52 pages, orig.wrappers (somewhat browned); includes the Errata sheet.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Tom Raworth, with contributions by Christopher Logue, Gary Snyder, Michael Horovitz, Rebert Creeley (Note on the Naked Lunch), Piero Heliczer, Anselm Hollo (To Black Mountain), Charles Olson, Edvard Dorn. Linocuts by Dain Kenkins, photography by Steve Flketcher. Type hand-set by the editor, printed partly in red and blue ink,

[#16386]

THE OUTSIDER

Nos. 1-4/5 (five numbers in four issues, first three in original wrappers ,Numbers 4/5, "The Patchen issue": stiff decorated wrappers). All published. New Orleans/Tuscon, 1961-1969. (With a few additions as described below).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited and hand-printed by Lou & Jon Webb. Complete run of this important magazine of art and literature from the Loujon Press. (Volume 1, numbers 1, 2, 3, and volume 2, numbers 4/5, complete in 4 issues. New Orleans (nos. 1-3) and Tucson (nos. 4/5): Loujon Press, Fall, 1961; Summer, 1962; Spring, 1963; and Winter 1968-69). Contributions by Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Mezz Mezzrow, Charles Olson, Harold Norse, Rexroth, Lawrence Durrell, D. Levertov, DiAna di Prima, Dick Higgins, Henry Miller, Gary Snyder, LeRoi Jones, Robert Bly, and many, many others. Large section of the final issue is devoted to Kenneth Patchen. Illustrated with photographs. Laid in no 4/5 are: an Outsider order blank, creased and with some silverfish damage; "The Editor's Bit and Obit," an account of the making of this issue and the many afflictions that beset the editors (also printed in the magazine); and a reprint of an article from the Tucson newspaper describing the disastrous effects of a flash flood that destroyed much of the stock.

[#9733]

THE OWL

A Miscellany.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). London, Martin Secker, May & Oct. 1919-1923. (No. 3, final issue, entitled THE WINTER OWL). First issue original decorated wrappers, nos. 2 (spine repaired) & 3 in original boards, corners a bit bumped, otherwise good. 4to; with coloured illustrations.

EUR 400.00

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With full-page coloured ills. by William Nicholson, John Nash, Nancy Nicholson, Rockwell Kent, Pamela Bianco, Randolph Caldecott, E. Kennington, a.o. Literary contribs. by T. Hardy, R. Graves, S. Sassoon, W.J. Turner, Max Beerbohm, J. Galsworthy W. de la Mare, J. Masefield, J.C. Squire, M. Baring, etc.,

[#12662]

PANJANDRUM

Number 1. San Francisco, Panjandrum Press, ca. 1972. Loose sheets within portfolio plus gramophone record, kept in orig.box (small stain on top and sides a bit damaged).

EUR 300.00

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Contents are graphics and poetry by Josie Grant, Steve Campbell, Deward Drollinger, Sheila Brady, Diana Foldvary, the record contains poetry readings (Lennart Bruce, G.Ushanoff, D.Gittin, John Logan, George Hitchcock, Patrick Todd, Allen Ginsberg, a.o.)

[#16471]

THE PARIS MAGAZINE

Nos. 1 - 2 (all publ.) . Paris: Shakespeare & Co. (1967-1984). 31 + 31 pp. Two issues, both fine in stapled wrappers (20,5 x 27 cm; resp. 21x29,5 cm).

EUR 300.00

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Edited by George Whitman. Contributions by Durrell, Lucie Smith, interviews with Duras & Ionesco, and more. Interesting information on Shakespeare & Co. The second volume, though published much later, is less common.

[#17799]

PER/SE

Vol. 1 - Vol. 3 no 1 (9 issues, all published). Per/se inc., Stanford, CA 1966/68. 28x21cm, spine stapled, 60pp/75pp. Per issue. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Robin White. Includes: interviews with William Styron, Aaron Henry, Erskine Caldwell; articles about the campus drug scene, the Great Castro Witch Hunt, a captivity narrative about Pancho Villa, poetry by Schevill, Binney, Ort, Lloyd C. Parks, Nancy Cardozo etc. Vol. 2 no 2 special issue on The South. Vol. 2 no 3> Artie Shaw: A Jazz Essay, and special supplement Mid-Amserica.

[#14557]

PERIODICS

A Magazine Devoted to Prose.

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Vancouver, 1977-1981. Size (h/w): 18,5 x 21,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Paul de Barros. With contributions by Ondaatje, Kathy Acker, Eigner, Fielding Dawson, Bowering, Berge, Robert Duncan, a.o. Cover images by Michael Corr, Carole Itter, Michael Neff, Andy Suknasky, Rick/Simon, Tod Greenaway, Cheryl Sourkes.

[#9877]

PERSPECTIVES

Literature, art, music.

Nos. 1-16 (all publ.). London, 1952-1956. Orig. pictorial wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 200.00

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Contribs. By William Faulkner, Mary McCarthy, E.E. Cumings, Malcolm Cowley, Tennessee Williams, Erich Fromm, a.o.

[#15612]

PETIT JOURNAL DES REFUSÉES

Quarterly, San Francisco

Number 1. Summer, 1896 (all published). James Marrion, San Francisco, 1896. Trapezium format (8,5x11 cm on the right hand side, and 10x7 cm on the left and bottom) 16 unnumbered pages printed on wallpaper and the insert on red paper. Text within ornamental borders, illustrated with cuts. Cover illustration by E.C. Peixotto. Fragile publication, with some staining to the external pages and chipping to the extremities, damage to the right upper corner of the front-wrapper and small tears and chips on the edges of the back-wrapper.

EUR 600.00

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Typical San Francisco turn-of-the century publication, close to "The Lark". A parody written and illustrated by Gelett Burgess, Ernest Peixotto, Herbert Van Vlack, Porter Garnett, Clinton Burgess, & Carl Howard. The insert on red paper is and advert for The Lark. Chipping to extremities.

[#9978]

PLACE

Vol. 1-3 no 1 (all publ.?). Palo Alto, Natural Wonders Inc., Spring 1972- June 1973. Folio; pictorial wrappers.

EUR 350.00

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Thick issues, finely produced, with numerous full-page photographic ills.; ed. by Barbara & Dudley DeZonia, Pam Frierson, Doug Gunesch, James Holdorf, Baine Kerr, Trudy Smith, A.M. Gretsch, H. Yale Ehresh. Herald R. Hoyt, Margaret Phillips, David Meltzer, Vicky White, a.o.; Reflects much of the spirit of the sixties. Each issue on a theme: Workingman's Guide to the Universe; Star Route One; See America First; Rogues Gallery, Neon Rose.

[#18809]

POEMS

(np): Cloud Marauder Press, 1969. First edition. [40 pp]. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers. One of 350 copies.

EUR 200.00

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Poems by members of Levertov’s workshop, notable for a very early appearance by Rae Armantrout. Photographs by Lee Rumsey, drawing by Rob Woo. “Profits from this magazine will be given to Allen Blanchard who was blinded by gun-shot in Berkeley on May 22, 1969.”

[#16381]

POEMS FROM THE FLOATING WORLD

Vol. 1-5 (all publ.). Hawk's Well Press, NY, 1962-1963. Size (h/w): vol. 1-3: 11,5 x 8,5 cm; vol. 4-5: 22 x 17 cm. Cover of vol. 4 slightly waterstained. Original wrappers.

EUR 450.00

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Edited by Jerome Rothenberg. Contributors include Bly, Breton (Poems of André Breton by David Antin), Neruda, Antin, Borges, Wakoski, Duncan, Hollo, Micheline, Levertov, Creely, Snyder, Lamantia, Merwin, Maclow and others. Very rare complete.

[#17531]

POETRY

(LONDON/NEW YORK).

Poetry London-New York: A Magazine of the New Moderns . Numbers1-4 (complete). London, March/April 1956 - Summer 1960. Size (h/w): 24,5 x 18,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.(Four issues, all near fine in printed wrappers with the exception of no 4, which has a small chip to the front cover and is tanned along the extrems).

EUR 400.00

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Revival of 'Poetry London', edited by T. Tambimuttu. Covers illustrated by Calder, Stuart Davis, Ripley and Irene Rice-Pereira. Contributions by Allan Ginsberg, Robert Graves, W.H. Auden, Dylan Thomas, Lawrence Durrell, Stephen Spender, E.E. Cummings, Roy Campbell, Herbert Read, Jack Kerouac, Merwin, Moore, Graves, Shapiro a.o.

[#10024]

POETRY

(LONDON).

Nos. 1-23 (all publ.). London, Feb. 1939 - Winter 1951. Original pictorial wrappers (slightly dustsoiled,in particular number 1, and some corners and spines with minor damage, rusting staples). As a whole still a good set. No. 10 (the thickest issue) original cloth (without the dustjacket).

EUR 1,000.00

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Poetry magazine, with contribs. by Dylan Thomas, Keith Douglas, A. Lewis, St. Spender, Lawrence Durrell and all the great names of British poetry. Literary editor: Tambimuttu, Gen. editor: Anthony Dickins; cover designs by H. Moore, G. Sutherland, J. Cranston, E. Richards, Denton Welch, Mervyn Peake. Some illustrations in the text, and hors-texts e.g. no. 7(Anne Ridler), no 9 (Graham Sutherland, orig.litho), no 10 (Lithograph by Gerald Wilde to TS Elliots Rapsody), no 11 (Ceri Richards), no 13, facsimiles et work by Miro and Tanguy.

[#18180]

POETRY LONDON / APPLE MAGAZINE

Vol. 1 No.1, Autumn 1979. London: Poetry London/Apple Magazine. Numbered & signed issue. 112 pp. A few stray marks to front cover, else fine in illustrated boards. No dust jacket as issued. With the flexi disk. One of 150 numbered copies SIGNED by Tambimuttu and Graham Sutherland. Together with Number 2 (thus the complete set), 1982.(Cover designed by John Piper, front cover lightly sopiled).

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Tambimuttu. Front cover art by Graham Sutherland, rear cover art Ian Hamilton Finlay’s “le circus!!” Contributions by Durrell, Logue, Murdoch, Gascoyne (with illustrations by Sutherland), Dylan, Ginsberg, Leonard Cohen, and many others. Accompanying is a flexi disc of Ginsberg reading Plutonium Ode.

[#17502]

POETRY TAOS

Number One (only published ?) Taos: Poetry Taos, Ranches of Taos, New Mexico, 1957 Annual. Spiral bound pictorial wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Judson Crews. Contributors: Wolcott Ely, Gaston Criell, William Carlos Williams, Mason Jordan Mason, Robert Creeley, Robert Burdette, Hyacinthe Hill, Joseph Foster, Cerise Farallon, Judson Crews, Donn H. Cantonwine, Murray Moore, and Wendell A. Anderson. Photographs Mildred Tolbert, artwork depicted by Patrocinio Barela, Ray Irwin, Jerry Brusberg.

[#15580]

POETS POEMS

Nos. 1-21 (all publ.). Aggie Weston's Editions, Belper, 2000-2005. (Orig. wrappers, 20 x 14 cm., stapled booklets; no. 13 not published !)

EUR 400.00

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Coordinated by Stuart Mills these nicely printed booklets contain the selections of favorite poems by 20 poets (Thomas A.Clark, Gael Turnbull, Sinon Cutts, Alan Halsey, Edwin Morhgan, Roy Fisher, Gerraldine Monk, Robert Creeley, Ian Sinclair, Stuart Mills, Peter Riley, Jonathan Williams, Karen MacCormack, Andrew Crozier, Adrian Mitchell, Richard Caddel, Majorie Welish, Peter Larkin, Charles Tomlinson, Michael Heller).

[#18822]

POLYMUS

Nos. 1 & 2 (all published). [Wallingford]: Polymus (1969-1970). Two issues, the first in wrappers, the second in wrappers and illustrated dust jacket.

EUR 180.00

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Edited by Constantine Axiotis. Robert Penn Warren, Paul Horgan, John Tagliabue, George Seferis, Odysseus Elytis, Paul Goodman, James Purdy, and John Updike are among the contributors.

[#10095]

PRIVATE PRESS BOOKS

Years 1959-1991. Year 1959 (= vol. 1)-1991 (no more publ.). North Harrow, London, Pinner. Original wrappers, most covers with traces of removed small library labels, but still a good set.

EUR 300.00

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Annual bibliography and summary of private press production in the UK and the USA.

[#16525]

THE PRIVATE PRESS BOOKS/Book of the Private Press

(Book of the Private Press).

The Book of the Private Press. (The Signet Press,1958). Followed by Private Press Books. Greenock & Pinner: Signet Press & Private Library Association .1959-1991 + 1999, 2000, 2001. Thirty seven issues in thirty-three volumes. Nice set.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Thomas Rae, Geoffrey Handley-Taylor, Roderick Cave, and others. An individually indexed checklist of private press books published in the year, with complete bibliographic information for each, as well as press contact, price, and whether or not the title is still in print. Initially arranged by country, with a focus on the British Isles and Commonwealth countries, it switched to an alphabetical-by-press listing with the second issue.

[#16263]

PROSE

Numbers 1-9 (all published). New York, Prose Publishers Incorporated, 1970-1974. Orig.wrappers, with overlaying edges (light wear, but a very good set).

EUR 400.00

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Edited/published by Coburn Britton. Contributors include Auden, Burgess, Parker Tyler, Djuna Barnes, James Merrill, Kay Boyle, Paul Bowles, Reynolds Prince, M.F.K. Fisher, Mark Strand, Paul Horgan, Annie Dillard, Harold Bloom, etc.

[#17583]

PROVINCETOWN REVIEW.

No. 3. Provincetown MA: Provincetown Review 1960 1.5 cm. of damage to spine. Light yellowing and light rubbing of covers. Contents clean and unmarked.. 22.6 x 15.2 cm.; glue bound; black-and-white & color; edition size unknown; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed

EUR 80.00

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Third issue of the Provincetown Review edited by William V. Ward. Author contributions by Harry Bell, John Benson Brooks, Aaron Cohen, Rosalyn Drexler, Stanley Fisher, Ron Forbes, Paul Goodman, Walter Gutman, William Harmon, Howard Hart, LeRoi Jones, Seymour Krim, Peter La Farge, Philip Lamantia, Anne T. Newbro, Margaret Randall, Hubert Selby Jr., and Harriet Sohmers. Artist contributions by Helen De Mott, Ernesto, Sidney Gordon, Chaim Gross, Budd Hopkins, Irving Marantz, Fred McDarrah, Umberto Romano, Clifford Smith and Richard O. Tyler. Photograph by Jack Smith, Includes contributor biographies. Cover by Balys Jacikevicius. Provincetown MA: Provincetown Review 1960 rovincetown Review -No. 4 Summer 1961 [Buy it!] [show this book only] Sontag Susan Joel Oppenheimer Allen Ginsberg Diane Di Prima Le Roi Jones David Amram Elaine de Kooning Franz Kline and others contribute Contents include articles and poetry by Alfred Chester, Jeff Marks, Allen Ginsburg, Joel Oppenheimer, Eve Triem, Leonard Rubin, Emilie Glen, Walter Kerell, Emily Whitty Lambert, S. Dorman, Le Roi Jones, Susan Sontag, Diane Di Prima, and Rosalyn Drexler. Photography by Paul Elfenbein, Morton Schleifer, and Lawrence N. Shustak. Art by Sherman Drexler, Franz Kline, Selina Trieff, Bob Corliss, Umberto Romano, Emilio Cruz, Elaine de Kooning, and George Rhoads. [Columbia, SC, U.S.A.] -5 Provincetown Review 5 [Buy it!] [show this book only] Selby Hubert 175.00 Biblio Derringer Books, Member A.B.A.A. New York: Provincetown Review, 1961. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Winter November 1961 issue of this literary magazine which features TRALALA by Hubert Selby Jr (precedes his first book by three years). For publishing this story, editor Bill Ward was brought to trial and fined $1,000. This issue contains the 12 page story by Selby which was at the heart of this obscenity case. It also includes the transcripts from the trial. Very scarce. In very good condition. Provincetown Review 5 Provincetown Review - No. 6-Winter 1963[Buy it!] [show this book only] Huncke, Herbert, Jack Micheline, Frank Lima (Contributors); William Ward (Editor) 75.00 Alibris Brian Cassidy, Bookseller via Alibris Provincetown, MA Provincetown Review 1963 First edition Wraps Very Good 8vo. Original wraps. Very good with light rubbing, toning, shelfwear. Else clean and sound throughout. 83pp. Uncommon issue of this important but underappreciated journal which provides an important portrait of the ntoed artists" community. The "Mss. from the Underground" issue.

[#16773]

QUARK

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Reno: Richard Morris 1967-1968. Three issues, side- stapled wrappers, mimeographed.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Richard Morris. Issue one features translations of poems by César Vallejo and José Hierro by Cid Corman and Clayton Eshleman. Issue two a collection of poems by Richard Morris titled HE DREAMED. The third and final issue devoted to "A Generation of Heights," a long poem by Will Inman.

[#10172]

THE QUARTO

An Artistic, Literary and Musical Quarterly.

Vol. 1-4 (all publ.). London, 1896-1897. 4to; green publ. cloth, with gilt lettering on front and spine of the first 3 vols., vol. 4 with green titling (crack in the spine; top and bottom of the spines of the other volumes a bit bumped, but overall a good set).

EUR 300.00

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Edited by J.B. Holborn. Numerous book illustrations, initials, musical scores and plates. With contribs. by Walter Crane, Gleeson White, G.K. Chesterton, Evelyn Sharp, and ills. after Rossetti, Burne-Jones, Cameron, a.o.

[#14862]

QUEST

A bi-monthly of arts and ideas. [later:] An adventure of ideas.

Vol. 1 nos.1-5; vol. 2 nos.1-6; vol. 3 nos.:1-4; then whole numbers 17 through 34, plus unnumbered special issue. Thirty-four issues.Bombay, August 1955 - July/Sept. 1962. Original wrappers.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Nissim Ezekiel, under the sponsorship of The Indian Committee for Cultural Freedom. Poetry, prose, commentary and reviews, including Moraes, Silone, et al. The special number is devoted to Tagore. In the sequence there is possibly one issue missing (vol. 1 no 6, although we have been unable to ascertain the exact number of issues published).

[#10188]

THE QUEST

Vol. 1-2 (all publ.). New York, Winter 1965/66-Spring 1968. Tog. 8 issues, original wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Editors: Alexis Levitin, lateron with David G.Hartwell; issues of ca. 80 pp each, containing much poetry. Contribs.: W.H.Auden, James Schevill, Richard Eberhart, Andrei Voznesensky, Thomas Kinsella, Contoski, Viereck, Richard Snyder, etc.

[#16752]

R.C. LION

Nos. 1-3 (probably all publ.). Berkeley: Rhymers Club (1966). Three issues, all near fine in side-stapled wrappers with some light toning to extremes, particularly the rear covers.

EUR 300.00

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Our Sea Lion: With images of a Sea Lion on the front wrappers of nos 1 and 3. Edited by Ron Loewinsohn, David Bromige,Sherill Jaffee, David Schaff. Berkeley: A vehicle for the Berkeley "Rhymers Club," founded by the editors to discuss poetry and organize readings. Contributors include the editor and also Brautigan, Berrigan, Hollo, Wah, Dusenberry, Gene Fowler, and others. The editors were mostly authors of the Black Sparrow Press.

[#17490]

RANANIM

Numbers 1 & 2 (all publ). Stanford: Transiet Press (1962). 4to. 18 + 17 pp, mimeographed, side-stapled wrappers. (light yellowing to frontpage of no. 2).

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Zoe Climenhage. "The serious purpose of this magazine is to produce Minute Particulars in the Blakean sense." Letters by Ronald Brisker, Joel Climenhaga, Michael Murphy, and Robet Wesley.The second issue prints a dialogue between Joel & Zoe Climenhaga and a montage by Joel Climenhaga, which includes an eight line contribution by Robert Duncan.

[#10206]

RAZZLE

Vol. 1 no 1 - vol. 6 no 12. London, Razzle Office, Sept. 1932 - Aug. 1938. Bound in 6 vols., spines cracked, internally good; ongoing pagination, but apparently without the wrappers; 4to; numerous illustrations and photographs.

EUR 250.00

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Popular British humorous and rather frivolous monthly, richly illustrated with cartoons (often on full page), but also with photographs. Each year has ab. 380 pp.; witty text and comments, short-stories etc.; also a marginal interest in politics with anti-Hitler/Mussolini- jokes.

[#17412]

RENAISSANCE

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). San Francisco, 1961-1962. Original illustrated wrappers (covers a bit soiled).

EUR 400.00

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Edited by John Bryan. Prose and poetry by Charles Bukowski, George Hitchcock, Robert Briggs, David Meltzer, John Bryan, William Corrington, Lonny Thornton, a.o. No. 4: The Peace Scene. Illustrated with photographs, drawings and graphics by a.o. Lee Morgan, Mel Fowler, Arthur Richer, Michael Bowen. Rare complete

[#16649]

RESIDU

(and the Mongul Review)

Nos. 1-2 (all. publ.). Athens, London, Spring 1965-Spring 1966. Original wrappers. No. 1 is inscribed by Richter, with the addition of his mailing address to the verso of the title page. Together with: the original publisher's prospectus for the first issue, mailed from Highgate by Dan Richter to Pete Brown "c/o New Departures", and with a short note to him requesting "help in circulating these". Single sheet, folded once, printed on both sides in black on blue stock. 50x17.5cm. (unfolded). Reproduces a selection of illustrations from the first issue and a list of the contributors Added: feltpen drawing in black and orange by an unknown artist.(19,5x14cm).

EUR 600.00

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Ed. by Daniel Richter. Includes in No. 2 the first issue of 'The Mongol Review' (all publ.). with contribs. by Lamantia, Ginsberg, Norse, Ford, Marie Wilson, Burroughs, Trocchi, Corso, etc . No. 1 (Spring 1965): Allen Ginsberg (including the first appearance of "On The Roof" from Journals 18th April 1964, and "Seabattle of Salamis Took Place Off Perama"); Harold Norse; Philip Lamantia; George Andrews; Charles Henri Ford; "Notes on the Use of Hashish" by Sheldon Cholst; and a lengthy excerpt from "LSD-748" by Kay Johnson. No. 2 (Spring 1966): Published by the Trigram Press in London. Contributors include William Burroughs; Gregory Corso; Gerard Malanga; Harold Norse; Harry Fainlight; Simon Vinkenoog; Jeff Nuttall; Jean-Jacques Lebel; the only appearance in print of chapter one of Alexander Trocchi's unpublished novel, "The Long Book".

[#14553]

THE RESUSCITATOR

A literary magazine.

Nos. 1-7 & second series nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Paulton, Bristol, Autumn 1963 - Feb. 1969. Size (h/w) around 20 x 15 cm. Original photographically illustrated wrappers. Library stamp and note in ink to cover of one issue.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by J.G. James, C.I. McNeill and N.R. Wayte. With contributions by Tomlinson, Zukofsky, Corman, Olson, Creely, Oppen, Eigner, Bowering, Snyder, Turnbull, Raworth, Prynne, and many others. First series mostly American poets, second series British.

[#16382]

THE RESUSCITATOR

A literary magazine.

Nos. 1-7 & second series nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Paulton, Bristol, Autumn 1963 - Feb. 1969. Size (h/w) around 20 x 15 cm. Original photographically illustrated wrappers.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by J.G. James, C.I. McNeill and N.R. Wayte. With contributions by Tomlinson, Zukofsky, Corman, Olson, Creely, Oppen, Eigner, Bowering, Snyder, Turnbull, Raworth, Prynne, and many others. First series made up largely of American poets, second series of British.

[#18616]

RETURN (Orig. RETURNING)

Nos. 1-3 (complete run). Vancouver: Returning Press (1972-1973). Three issues, all fine in stapled wrappers

EUR 150.00

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Contributions by Bill Hoffer, Judith Copithorne, Daphne Marlatt, Bill Bissett, George Bowering, bp Nichol, Maxine Gadd, David UU, and others. Nos. 1-2 as "Returning".

[#16657]

THE RIVOLI REVIEW

Number 1-2 (all publ.). San Francisco: Richard Duerden, 1963-no date. Orig.wrappers. (Cover art for number 1 by Jess. The second issue is lightly sunned at the extremes, but both the front and rear covers are present and intact),

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Richard Duerden. Contributions by Robert Duncan, Denise Levertov, Ron Loewinsohn, Philip Whalen, James Koller, Gerard Malanga, and others.

[#17491]

ROOF

Numbers 1-10 (all publ). NY: Segue Press (1976-1979). 4to, all in printed wrappers (with a hint of sunning to spines).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Tom Savage and James Sherry. Partially themed periodical (first volume contains Naropa Institute's Kerouac School, 1976). It was a forum for "language writing" and published Bernstein, Myles, Hannah Weiner, Silliman, McCaffrey, Warsh, Hejinian, Armantrout, Inman, Higgins, Ginsberg, Burroughs, Waldman, McClure, Creeley, Rothenberg, Fagin, etc. (Secret Location p. 250-251) .

[#10638]

ROUTLEDGE'S CHRISTMAS ANNUAL

The Stage Door. Stories for those who open it. (Oct. 1879), bound together with: The Green Door. Stories for those who frequent it. (Oct. 1880). 4to; 2 issues, original illustrated covers preserved, bound tog., cloth.

EUR 140.00

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Both volumes (each 96 pages, plus advertisements) edited by Clement Scott, containing several short-stories and poems, amongst wich an early work by Oscar Wilde (transl. from the Polish "Sen Artysty; or the Artists Dream"). Interesting are also the Illustrated Christmas catalogues of Routledge's, with woodcut ills.

[#17517]

ROY ROGERS

A magazine of the arts and sciences.

"Gala First Anniversary Issue" New York, 1970. Mimeographed, 86 pages side- stapled in photo-illustrated wrappers. Small inked price to front flyleaf else a fine copy.

EUR 300.00

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Published slowly by Horspitality House, copyright 1970 Edited by Bill Zavatsky. A scret location, mentions a second issue published in 1974. Contributions by David Anderson, William Butler Yates, LarryWieder, Don Weingarten, Jonathan Kundra David Goldberg, a.o.

[#18823]

RUNE

A Journal of Contemporary Poetry

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.) .Durham: Rune (1970 & 1971). Two issues, both fine in stapled wrappers (21,5x13,8/ 13,5x18,3 oblong)

EUR 120.00

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Edited by Norman C.Mallory. and Dennis H. Ross. Contributions by William Stafford, Robin Magowan, Dennis Schmitz, James Tate, Paul Zimmer, and others.

[#16061]

SAN FRANCISCO ORACLE

Complete collection, with additions and some numbers WITH VARIANTS, as follows: - First announcement of forthcoming publication: HANDBILL (27,5 x21,3 cm). Printed in b/w on white stock: "Coming soon. P.O. Frisco. An experiment in Communication. Towards a politics of Joy and Culture". Followed by: - P. O. FRISCO. Vol. 1 no 1 (The Renegade Oracle. Signed in pencil bythe editor). Followed by: - SAN FRANCISCO ORACLE. Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). San Francisco, 1966-1967; With the following variants: - Number 7 in first and second printing, with different page-layout for the covers as well as inside, the first printing (with the photocredit to Paul Kegan in the left bottom of the front cover) - Number 8 in 3 variant versions, each with slightly modified front-page, different colour schemes inside and the photo by Michael Hilsenrad twice in purple and once in blue - Number 10 in 2 variant versions, one with the Mandala image by Peter Legeria. All tabloïd size. Unbound in the original issues, excellent set in good to almost mint condition, in spite of the fragility of the paper; endemic browning but otherwise clean; the handbill has a closed tear, but is otherwise in quite good and clean condition. The best set one could imagine of this periodical, overall in clean bright condition.

EUR 8,000.00

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The most illustrious underground paper of the hippie era, together with its predecessor and the rare handbill. Edited by Allen Cohen & Joe Dana (Master Coordinator). Published in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury during the "Summer of Love", this paper became famous for it's lavish color psychedelic art. With work of the famous S.F. Rock poster artists like Rick Griffin, Stanley Mouse, Michael Bowen, Tom Weir, Bruce Conner, Susan Branaman, Bryden, Timothy, Page Brownton, Pamela Millward, Mike Hannon, etc. With contribs. by or features on: Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Lew Welch, Gary Snyder, Timothy Leary, Michael McClure, William Burroughs, Paul Krassner, John Sinclair, a.o. Articles devoted to LSD, the exorcism of the Pentagon, communes, meditation, the Diggers, Hell's Angels, etc. The front page of the first number opens with 'Haight-Ashbury meets police'. One of the most historically significant and visually stunning productions of the '60s counterculture at its peak. While later issues are relatively common, the early issues are rare and a complete set with the variants like this is very rare.

[#18619]

SAPIENS

A journal for human ecolution.

Fall/Winter Issue Number 1 (all published). Millburn: Sapiens Press (1983). 4to. 76 pp. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Bonnie Gordon and Ed Kaplan. With Fielding Dawson, Karl Kempton, Vincent Farrini, and others. Errata slip and small artwork pasted-into late leaves, as issued. A one-shot.

[#14911]

SATIS

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.)., Newcastle upon Tyne, Autumn 1960 - Spring/Summer 1962. Original wrappers.

EUR 320.00

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"Satis. Enough…..". Edited by Matthew Mead, published by Malcolm Rutherford. Mostly poetry by Smythe, Anne Cluysenaar, Richard Weber, Charles Bukowski (in No. 5, also numbered Late Final Issue), a.o.

[#18618]

SEAPLANE

(only issue). NY: Bright Lights Studio, 1969. First edition. 4to. [74 pp]. Near fine in side-stapled wrappers

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Carter Ratcliff. A one-shot. Vincente Huidobro translated by Laszlo Frey, plus work by Tom Veitch, Iris Rifkin, and Carter Ratcliff.

[#17849]

SEARED EYE

Number 1 (all published). Ben L. Hiatt - Publisher, Sacramento, Jan. 1968. First and only issue. 4to. 48 pp. In illustrated wrapper (a printed manila folder) with the last poem pasted-down iside the rear cover. Excellent condition.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Jack A. Napes. Contributions by Mel Buffington, Barbara O'Connelly, Gene Fowler, Pat Coffey, and others.

[#10771]

SECOND AEON

Nos. 15 & 16/17. Cardiff, 1972. Original illustrated wrappers, with very light wear, a few pages loose.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Peter Finch. No. 15:156 pp, with ills. Contribs. incl. Zurbrugg: 'Four years after - the typographical problems of concrete poetry'; Peter Finch: 'Small press scene: a round up of recent small press publications' and texts by J. Gerz, Dom S. Houdéard, P. Mayer, A. Riddel, J.P. Ward. No. 16/17. 245 pp; ills. Incl.: Mottram ('a prosthetics of poetry - the art of Bob Cobbing' incl. reproductions of Cobbing's texts and photographs); texts by Bukowski, Burroughs, William Cox, O. Davis, J. Nutall, Peter Finch (the small press scene), a.o.

[#18910]

SET

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1961-1963. Size (h/w): 28 x 21,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.. Two issues, both 4to, both fine in stapled wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Gerrit Lansing. Important magazine with poetry by Robert Duncan, Charles Olson, John Weiners, Ed Dorn, LeRoi Jones, Robert Kelly a.o. Cover art by Harry Martin. (Secret Location p. 134/135)

[#13692]

7 (SEVEN) ARTS

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.?). New York & Indian Hills, CO, Permabooks / Falcon's Wing, 1953-1955. Size (h/w): nos. 1-2: 18 x 10,5 cm. - no. 3: 18,5 x 12,6 cm. Wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Fernando Puma. Contributions by Henry Miller, Wallace Stevens, W.C. Williams etc. Much art work of contemporary and avant-garde artists, photographs.

[#18813]

SHADED ROOM / ONE

March 1970. Pittsburgh: James Edward Deahl, 1970. 4to. 50 pp. Near fine in side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Work by George Hitchcock, Raymond DiPalma, Douglas Blazek, Peter Finch, and others.. First and only issue.

[#15107]

SHAKESPEARE JAHRBUCH

Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare Gesellschaft.

Jahrgang 80/81-100 (= last publ.). Berlin, 1946-1964. With Index 1/99, then continued in two editions: West German ed.: Years 1965-1973. Heidelberg/Bochum; East German ed.: Years 1964/65-1989 (this ed. was published till 1992; also with continuing volume numbering Band 100/101-125). Incl. Supplement Band "Biographie 1964/65". Sigmaringen. Bound or original stiff wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Year 80/81 (1946) is first post-war volume.

[#17657]

SIGNAL

A Quarterly Review

Vol. 1 nos 1-3 (all publ.). NY: Brownstone Press 1963-1965. Three issues, in illustrated wrappers. Nice condition.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Bret Rohmer and others. The first and second issues bring NY School and Black Mountain writers (Frank O'Hara, Le Roi Jones, Kirby Doyle, Joel Oppenheimer, Diane Di Prima, Fielding Dawson), number 3 has translations of French avant garde (Tzara, Desnos, Reverdy, Apollinaire, Prevert).

[#18815]

SKY LETTERS

Numbers 1-4 (complete). Brentwood Bay: Sunyata Press (1977). Four single illustrated folding cards (each 9 x 6 1/2 inches, closed). All are fine

EUR 200.00

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Each issue devoted to work by a single poet: Jak English, Alexander Hutchison, Susan Musgrave, and Francis Horovitz.

[#18816]

SKYLIGHT

Nos. 1 & 2 (all published). Manchester: Peter Baker, 1971-1972. Two issues, both in stapled wrappers, 25x20 cm. Cover silkscreens by “Graffiti”. Issued in editions of 250 and 200 copies respectively

EUR 200.00

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Ed. Peter Baker. With Wes Magee, John Cooper-Clarke, John Newlove, Barry McSweeney, Tina Morris, Peter Finch, Glenn Baxter (4 stories), Kris Hemensley, and many others.

[#17848]

SNAP

Volume 1, number 1 (most probably all published). Winter 1982. 4to. 53 pp. Side-stapled wrappers. Signed note from editor Gerstler presenting this copy to Lyn Hejinian.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Lori Cohen and Amy Gerstler. Contributors include Tom Clark, Dennis Cooper, Bob Flanagan, James Krusoe, Gerard Locklin, Eileen Myles, Lewis Macadams, and many others. Cover by Los Angeles artist Dana Duff.

[#10967]

THE SOHO WEEKLY NEWS

Vol. 1 nos. 21-48. New York, Febr. 28 - Sept. 5, 1974. L. folio; newsprint. Ills.

EUR 300.00

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Weekly covering New York City, in particular Soho), edited by Michael Goldstein. Contrib. incl. Paul Williams, Jim Stratton, Rose Hartman, Tracy Young, Bill Plympton, Joanna Rees, Krasner, o.a. Articles and reviews on politics, art, theatre, dance, fashion, film, popmusic. In no 21: Interview with Clifford Irving ('Irving after Jail') by Rudi Stern and Eleanor Bingham; interviews by Joanna Rees (in no 25: 'Conversations with Dali'; in no 30: with Claes Oldenburg; in no 34: 'Marisol Today'). In nos. 31 & 33: Exclusive interview with Anais Nin, by Elaine Louie; in no 47: interview with Lotte Lenya, by Jeff Goldberg. Photographs by Allan Tannenbaum.

[#16576]

STOLEN PAPER REVIEW

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Tempe: Stolen Paper Review (1963-1965). Three issues in illustrated wrappers with light tanning to spines and faint foxing to top edges. Small stamp to bottom edge of no. 1. Still a very good set.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Jeff Berner. Contiributions by Paolo Soleri, George Hitchcock, R.G. Vliet, Jeff Berner, Lawrence Lipton a.o. Issue no. 1 illustrated with drawings and reproductions of work by Soleri. Issue no. 2 devoted to surrealism and Jean Cocteau, printing passages of Hebdomeros by de Chirico, much of material by Cocteau. Issue no. 3 reproduces work by Jess and Kenneth Patchen.

[#11121]

STYLE

Vol. 1-23. Fayetteville, Ark., 1967-1989. Original wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Publishes analysis of style, particularly dealing with literature in English, book-reviews on this subject, a comprehensive bibliography, etc.; publ. by the Department of English, Univ. of Arkansas. Ed. by James R. Bennet and Blair House. One issue in photoreprint.

[#18171]

THE STYLUS

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Richmond: The Stylus (1993-1997). Original illustrated wrappers, spine stapled.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Roger Reus . Contributions by Joyce Fante, Bukowski, Marvin Malone and critical articles on John Fante, Henry Miller, Machen, Bukowsi, Fitzgerald, Dali, etc.

[#16034]

SUM

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Lakewood/Ohio & Sacramento: Sum, not dated (ca.1964- 1969). (Three thin issues, 26 pages, stapled in spine, covers illustrated; 21,5x14 cm)

EUR 500.00

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Contributions by Hak Vogrin (covers and tipped-to page drawings), Lisa Bowden (cover), Anne McCormick, d.a.levy, Duncan, Wieners, Levertov, Sanders,Kent Taylor, Brautigan, Thom Szuter, Carl Woideck, A.Greenshoot, 2 coloured illustrations by Dagmar.

[#13844]

SUMAC

An Active Anthology.

Vol. 1 no. 1 - vol. 4 no. 1 (all publ.). Fremont,Mich., Sumac Press, 1968-1971. 10 issues in 9; original wrappers. Photographic ills.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Jim Harrison & Dan Gerber, with contribs. by Robert Duncan, Russell Banks, William Kittredge, Octavio Paz, Gary Snyder, Ezra Pound (upublished Canto), Denise Levertov, Dick Higgins etc.

[#18177]

SUNSHINE

NY: Alan Bernheimer, 1971. All and only published. 4to. [66 pp]. Some light toning to edges and light staining of front cover,, else near fine in side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Alan Bernheimer. Thanks to Larry Fagin, Merrill Gilfillan, Anne Waldman. Cover art by Merrill Gilfillan. Rebecca Wright, Michael Waltuch, Alex Smith, Arlene Ladden, Kit Robinson, Alan Bernheimer, Bill Zavatsky, Steve Benson, Roger Kamenetz, Pat Bizzell, Merrill Gilfillan, and Paul Violi.

[#16186]

SWAMP ROOT

Numbers 1, 2/3, 4 ,5 ,6,7-8 (all published). Jacksboro/ TN. 1987-1991. First volume in stapled wrappers, rest in glossy illustrated wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Literary magazine edited by Al Masarik, managing editor Jill Andrea. Featuring poems by Kent Taylor, T.L. Kryss, Ann Menebroker, Art Beck; art (collage) by Kirk Robertson, needlepoint illustration by D.R. Wagner (in no 6), Jane Esmonde (photographs), Michael Sarich (poetry/drawing with Kirk Robertson), and more photographs and ills. by many others.

[#11150]

THE SYMPOSIUM

A Critical Review.

Vols. 1-4 (all publ.). New York/Concord, N.H., 1930-1933. Original imprint, unbound, original wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Complete set in the original edition, of this magazine emphasizing on the art of criticism. Articles on modern poetics and modern poets, by Philip E. Wheelwright, James Burnham (the editors), and by I.A. Richards, Herbert Read, Louis Zukovsky, Harold Rosenberg, etc.

[#16660]

SYNAPSE

Numbers 1-4 (all publ.). Berkeley & San Francisco, 1964-1965. Four issues, original wrappers, only no 2 has cover detached..

EUR 300.00

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Edited by D.R. Hazelton, D.R. Includes work by Lax, Wakoski, Snyder, Ginsberg, Levertov, Whalen, Mac Low, Duncan, Kyger, Welch, Meltzer. Number 4 is the "San Francisco Issue" and features, bound in at the rear, a schedule for the 1965 Berkeley Poetry Conference.

[#16650]

TANSY

Numbers 1-6 (all publ.). Lawrence: Tansy Press ,1976-1977. Six stapled chapbooks, very good condition.

EUR 200.00

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Each issue devoted to a single work by a single writer: No. 1. Kenneth Irby - The Snow Queen. No. 2. Clayton Eshleman - The Woman Who Saw Through Paradise. No. 3. Paul Kahn - Memorial Day. No. 4. John Morgan - Grand Junction. No. 5. Paul Metcalf - Upriver Farming and Industry. No. 6. Paul Metcalf. Where do you Put the Horse?

[#16266]

TEMBLOR

Numbers 1-10 (all publ.). North Hollywood: Temblor, 1985-1989. Original wrappers (nos.3 and 7 with light sunning to spines, otherwise fine).

EUR 450.00

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Edited by Leland Hickman. A vehicle for many of the so-called "language writers" including Kenneth Irby, Clark Coolidge, Charles Bernstein, Susan Howe, Lyn Hejinian, Ron Silliman, Gustaf Sobin, John Ashbery, Ronald Johnson, and many others both of and around that movement.

[#16774]

TEXT

Nos. 1-11 ( all). NY: Mark Karlins (1977-1981). Eleven numbers in ten octavo volumes in either stapled or perfect-bound wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Mark Karlins. Includes contributions by Cdi Corman, Gilbert Sorrentino,John Perlman, Vallejo, Larry Eigner, Frank Samperi, Gustaf Sobin, Charles Bernstein,Jerome Rothenberg, Bialy, and many others.

[#16661]

THINGS

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York, 1964-1966. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Emmet Jarrett, Richard Lourie, Ron Schreiber and David van Hoorn. Cover art on each issue. With a few drawings inside. Contributions by Babette Deutsch, Denise Levertov, Ben Shahn, Philip Whalen, Diane Wakoski. Thomas Clark, Jason Miller, Norman Porter a.o. The cover for no. 3 is an original signed serigraph by David Van Hoorn.

[#14611]

THE TIGER'S EYE on Arts and Letters

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Westport, Connecticut, 1947-1949. Size (h/w): 26 x 18,3 cm. With many illustrations (partly tipped-in), photographs, elaborately printed on different stock. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 900.00

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Designed by Ruth Stephan (who also was Editor); art-editor (and design for covers): John Stephan; typography by Sven Jansen, printed by the Elm Tree Press. Deals with modern avant-garde literature and art; issues of about 140/150 pp. each. Reproduces work by Ernst, Lam, Tanguy, Magritte, Klee, S.W. Hayter, Calder, Dhagall, Picasso, De Chirico, Miro, Tanguy, W. Kandinsky, etc.; contains literary contributions by T.S. Eliot, W.C. Williams, Stephen Spender, K. Seligmann, Michaux, Rexroth, Motherwell, Bataille, Borgès, Neruda, Genet, Artaud, a.o.

[#16753]

TITMOUSE REVIEW

Nos. 1-7 (all published). Vancouver: Titmouse (1972-ca. 1976). In stapled pictorial wrappers, typewriter/offset with illustrations.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Yvonne DeCarlo. Poems and illustrations by Keith Abbott, Barrry Gifford, Douglas Blazek, John Bennett, Charles Potts, Andrei Codrescu, Joel Deutsch, Opal L. Nations, P. Inman, Kirk Robertson, and many others.

[#11314]

TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW

Nos. 1-60 (all publ.). London, New York, Summer 1959-June 1977. First 34 nos. bound full cloth, with the original wrappers, remainder unbound, original wrappers (some covers with library stamp). The original imprint!

EUR 1,000.00

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Ed. by J.F.McGrindly, with contribs. by Colin Spencer, David Garland, Martin Weener, Chris Baker, William Faulkner, Chr.Isherwood, Sylvia Plath, Iris Murdoch, Harold Pinter, James Baldwin, J.L.Borges, William Carlos Williams, Samuel Beckett, etc.

[#11320]

TRANSITION

Journal of the Arts, Culture and Society.

Nos. 1-39. Kampala (Uganda), 1961-1969. Original, pictorial wrappers (lacking: nos. 6-7, 15, 27, 38) generally in good clean condition (except for a stain on no.8 and occasionally a bit dusty). Typographic covers, from no.10 onward illustrated with bright colours and nicely designed. Added: No.46 on the Pan-African Congress (Oct/Dec.1974)

EUR 1,000.00

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Editor: Rajat Neogy,with Christ.Okigbo, Ali Mazrui, Raymond Apthorpe, a.o. Important English language magazine from Africa with contributions (poetry, prose, criticism) reflecting the typical style and issues of the sixties' by African, American and European mostly black authors. Contributors include: M. Luther King, C. Wilson, James Baldwin, Tom Aboya, N. Mitchison, R. Hughes, John Butler, Dharam Ghai, John Pepper Clark, Gerald Moore, Bai Kisogie (pseud. of a Namibian exile in the USA), John Henrik Clarke, Emm. Hansen, Skip Gates, Ali Mazrui, Julius Nyerere, George Mangakis, a.o.

[#13689]

TREE

Nos. 1-5 (out of 6 published). Santa Barbara, Berkeley, Christopher Books, 1970-1975. Paper covered, varying sizes. 150 to 200 pages per issue, illustrated. Two spots on cover of no. 1, else fine.

EUR 900.00

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Literary magazine with the accent on Jewish mysticism, edited by David Meltzer. Contributions by Jack Hirschman, Louis Zukofsky, Nathaniel Tarn, William Blake, Laura DeWitt James, Gerard Malanga, Emmanuel Pereire, Harris Lenowitz, Lenny Bruce, Isidore Isou (transl.) a.o.; photomontages by Henryk Hermaniowicz.

[#15531]

TRI-QUARTERLY

An international journal of arts, letters and opinion.

Nos. 1-94. Evanston/Ill., Fall 1964- 1994, plus the 2 Supplementary Issues (all). Nice set in the original pictorial wrappers with numerous illustrations and photographs. (Set lacks no 85 only)

EUR 1,800.00

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Magazine of art and writing in America with contribs. of international writers, artists and photographers, national and international book award winners, nobel laureates. Thick issues (100-160 pp. per number) in a good presentation. Sponsored by the Northwestern University at Evanston, ed. by Charles Newman. Special issues are frequent (many are collectors' items, and both rare and expensive) e.g.: Vladimir Nabokov, Sylvia Plath, Prose for Borges, Leszek Kolakowski Reader; Russian Lit. & Cult. in the West 1922/1972; Asian Lit.; Israeli Lit.; Ongoing American Fiction; Under 30 issue; etc. Much attention for the avant-garde; contribs. include virtually all important names of contemporary writers, photographers and artists.Includes a good clean copy of the rare No. 32 (Anti-object Art, full description on request).

[#11368]

TWO CITIES

La Revue bilingue de Paris.

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Paris, 15.4.1959 - Automne 1964. Original wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Directed by Jean Fanchette. Contributors include J. Follain, A. Bosquet, A. Huxley, O. Paz, I. Ehrenbourg, J. Delteil, Dylan Thomas, Henri Miller, Anais Nin, William Burroughs, Ted Hugues, Lawrence Durrell (the first issue dedicated to him).

[#13157]

TWO WORLDS

A Literary Quarterly Devoted to the Increase of the Gaiety of Nations.

Nos. 1-8.. New York, Sep. 1925-June 1927. First 4 issues (= vol. 1 ) in lettered wrappers, nos. 6-8 (= vol. 2) in original decorated wrappers, 4to. ( Front-cover of no. 8 repaired in the right bottom corner)

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Samuel Roth. These issues contain "A New Unnamed Work" (Finnegan's Wake). Pirated selections unauthorized by Joyce.. Other contribs. are by D.H. Lawrence, Thomas Hardy, Oscar Wilde (unpubl. portion of De Profundis), Arthur Symons, Max Beerbohm, Frank Harris, Louis Zukofsky, etc. Also unpublished material by Lewis Carroll, William Hazlitt & Chekov. Linocuts by Alfred Warbis, woodcuts by Grace E. Rogers, Evelyn Waugh and Cecil French, drawings by Alfred Warbis, Sidney Hunt, John Austen and Jean Bousschere and a lithograph by Cecil French, also illustrations by J.R. Laedlem, G. Grosz, Jo Cain, Aubrey Beardsley, Alexander King/. All issues are limited editions of 500 copies of which 450 were set aside for subscribers.

[#15538]

THE TYRO

A review of the arts of painting, sculpture and design.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). London, Egoist Press. 1921-1922. (first number Folio, pictorial selfwrappers, 12 pp.; second number large 8vo., original illuustrated wrappers, 63 pages and 17 plates). In fine to mint condition.

EUR 800.00

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Complete set of this landmark periodical, edited by Wyndham Lewis, Contains Vorticist artwork (Lewis, Bomberg, Roberts), article by Wyndham Lewis on the objective of plastic art, study of Russian artists, contribs. By Eliot, McAlmon, Rodker, Read, etc.

[#11405]

THE UNICORN

A Magazine of Poetry and Criticism (New Poetry and Criticism).

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Bath/Exeter, Winter 1960/61 - Autumn 1963. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Norman Harvey, with contribs. by J. Clemo, J. Wain, D. Holbrook, R. Church, T. Blackburn, J. Stallworthy, K. Hopkins, C. Day Lewis, V. Watkins, J. Bizley, Chr. Levenson, R. Pim, M. Carpenter, P. Little, R.M. Rodwell, a.o.

[#11449]

THE UNPARTIZAN REVIEW

(Orig.: THE UNPOPULAR REVIEW).

Vol. 1-15 no. 29 (= all publ.). New York, Jan. 1914 - Jan./March 1921. Clothbound set; (bindings worn).

EUR 400.00

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Literary, political and general-cultural monthly ed. by Henry Holt. until postwar inflation and Holts great age combined to force its suspension. Warren (The Mercury Idea) speculates that 'Henry Holts Unpopular Review' could have started sowing the seed that later brought forth the American Mercury with its iconoclastic articles and stories calculated to jolt members of the Establishment out of their easy chairs.

[#14867]

VAGABOND

A literary quarterly of poetry.

Vol. 1 nos 1-3 (of thirty issues published). Munich, Germany. Jan/March through Fall 1966. Original wrps.

EUR 150.00

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The first three issues, rare. Edited by J. Bennett. Multi-national contributors, in English, occasionally with parallel texts. Contributors to these issues include Böll, Bukowski, Blazek, Wantling, an interview with Spender, etc. Publication later moved to the U.S.

[#18172]

VIRTUE/BLAKE

One-shot magazine,. Buffalo: Nancy-Louise Blecker (1968). 4to. 44 pp. Sidestapled wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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Ed. by Nancy-Louise Blecker. Cover art by Bonnie Donahue. Contributions by Edward Kissam, John Godfrey, John Koethe, Albert Glover, Robert Hogg, and many others.

[#6744]

VOICES

Ed. by Thomas Moult.

Vol. 1-2 no. 1. London, Jan. - July 1919. Original wrappers.

EUR 140.00

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With contribs. by F. V. Branford, Louis Golding, B. Wright, D. H. Lawrence, a.o. Published till 1921.

[#16728]

WAY

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Kent: Tom Beckett (1995-1997). Four volumes, each fine in wrappers, stapled upper left.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Tom Beckett. Each issue features a work by a single writer. No. 1. Potpourri by Fielding Dawson. No. 2. Three Works by Sheila E. Murphy. No. 3. "wide streets in double attitude" (1-347) by Peter Ganick. No. 4. An Unimportant Man by Mike Amnasan.

[#16632]

WCH WAY

Nos. 1-5 (all publ., number 5 published with New Wilderness 12). Bloomington: Double Pelican (1975-1982). Five issues, in slightly rubbed original wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Jed Rasula and Ron Barnard. Contributions by Thomas Meyer, John Oliver Simon, Enslin, Howad McCord, Kenneth Irby, John Cage, David Antin, MacLow, Malanga, Dorn, Coolidge, Barrett Watten, Paul Metcalf, others. A trade-sized journal, about 200 pp each. Wch Way 5 was issued as a combined issue with New Wilderness 12, in the latter journal's format. No. 5 ed by Don Byrd, , Jed Rasula, Jerome Rothenberg is an ASSOCIATION COPY, with laid-in ephemera INSCRIBED by editor Jad Rasula; made out to Ken Mikolowski of the Detroit-area Alternative Press:

[#12466]

WELSH REVIEW

A Monthly Journal about Wales, its People, and their Activities.

Vol. 1-6 (of 7 publ.). Cardiff, Feb. 1939-1947. Original wrappers. Added: Vol. 7 complete, in perfect photocopies, clothbound.. Thus a complete set.

EUR 500.00

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Ed. by Gwyn Jones, publishes "fresh creative work in verse and prose" of "the best writers in Welsh". Contains firtstprint by J.R.R. TOLKIEN (The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun). Other contribs. by Charles. Davies, Gwyn Jones, J, H.E. Bates,T.J.Morgan, a.o.; black & white ills. and book decoration (Robin Guthrie, James Guthrie, Roy Saunders, Edmund Vale,M.E.Eldridge, Brenda Chamberlain, John Petts, Myfanwy Haycock, Reynolds Stone, Jack Stark, Added: Prospectus announcing publication of the first issue.

[#16440]

WHITE PELICAN

Vol. 1 - 5 no 1 (complete) + two book publications Edmonton: White Pelican 1971-1975. Eighteen issues + two books. In illustrated wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Sheila Watson, and others. Contributors include Kiyooka, Nichol, Ondaatje, Finlay, Wiebe, Atwood, Page, Davey, and many others. Focus is on new Canadian writing, with occasional forays overseas. Issue 3/4 dedicated to works on or responding to Gertrude Stein. Graphic work appears in almost all issues. The two book issues (not part of the numbered sequence) are Wilfred Watson's THE SORROWFUL CANADIANS, and Miriam Mandel's LIONS AT HER FACE. Both are verse collections, and are designed to match the issues of the magazine.

[#6879]

THE WINDMILL

Nos. 1-12 (also as vols. 1-3, all publ.). London, William Heinemann, 1944-1948. Original wrappers, lightly dustsoiled but in quite good codition, altogether a nice set.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Reginald Moore & Edward Lane, whichb was the pseudonym of Kay Dick (journalist of the New Statesman). With contributionss. by Henri Miller, Lawrence Durrell, Robert Graves, George Orwell, Graham Greene, Somerset Maugham, etc.

[#18175]

WIVENHOE PARK REVIEW

(Also kown as "The Park", nos.3 & 4/5).

No. 1-4/5 (all publ.). Essex, Staffordshire, London, Univ. of Sussex / Keele Univ. / Ferry Press, 1965-1969. Size (h/w) between: 21,9 x 17,4 cm and 25,7 x 20,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. No. 1 with two fold-outs. Nos. 2, 3 stapled. Fine condition.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Andrew Crozier. Significant for the spreading influence in the sixties of the Black Mountain school of poets in Great Britain and American studies in general. Contributions by J.H. Prynne, Edward Dorn, Jack Spicer, Charles Olson, Donald Davie, Robert Kelly, Robert Duncan, John James, Lee Harwood, John Wieners, Peter Riley, Gilbert Sorrentino, William Bronk, Ted Berrigan, Carl Rakosi, Charles Reznikoff, Fielding Dawson a.o.

[#6911]

WORD-LORE

The Folk Magazine. A Recorder of Dialect, Folk Song, Ballad, Epigram, Place Name, Phrase and Field-Lore.

Vol. 1-3 (all publ.). London, Folk Press Ltd., 1926-1928. Original wrappers. (first year without the index).

EUR 200.00

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Ed. by Douglas Macmillan, with contribs. by T. Hardy, F.C. Taylor, A. Williams, S. Burnstein, A. Upward, Gordon Craig, R. Croft-Cooke, a.o.; also numbered as nos. 1-18.

[#13690]

WORK

No. 1. Detroit, Artist's Workshop Press, summer 1965. Size (h/w): 28 x 21,5 cm. 78 pp. Mimeographed sheets stapled in wrappers. Spine covered in white tape, added by a previous owner. Otherwise clean and unmarked.

EUR 110.00

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Edited by John Sinclair. Contributions by Clayton Eshleman, George Bowering, Victor Coleman, Tom Raworth, Lee Harwood, Andrew Crozier, Bill Hutton, etc. (There were 5 issues published)

[#17538]

THE WORLD

New York City Literary Magazine.

No 18-1970 (For Charles Olson, Steve Jonas & The Chicago 7). Cover by Bruces Erbacher. 36x22 cm;side-stapled. No 24-1972. Cover by Pat Padgett 36x22 cm; side-stapled.

EUR 150.00

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Published by The Poetry Project at St.Marks Church In-the-Bowery; NYC. Ediroe: Anne Waldman. Contributions by John Giorno, George Schneeman, Allen Ginsberg, Glen Baxter, etc. (Secret Location, 186/188.

[#13832]

THE WORMWOOD REVIEW

Number 24 (also numbered: Vol. 6 no 4). 1966. Original wrappers (slight fading on spine and tiny stains on front cover). (No. 103 of an edition of 600).

EUR 160.00

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Beat magazine, edited by Marvin Malone, with important contributions by Charles Bukowski (he did the cover art and centerfold booklet). Several illustrations and poems by him, plus a bibliography of his works to that date. Issue contains Index covering 1964-1966 of the magazine. Rare.

[#16787]

WRITER'S FORUM

Vol. 1 no 1 (all published ?). New York, NY, Writer’s Forum, Inc.1965. 22x14 cm., stapled, 60pp.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Newton Berry, James T. Farrell, Sylvia Keelan. Contributions by J.T. Farrell, N. Berry, T.M. Walker, S. Keelan, L. Altman, T. Cole, D. Waldman a.o.. (No connection with Writer's Forum published in Lafayette, CA, 1989 or in UCCS, Colorado Springs, CO, 1986). Cover says: First edition.

[#16633]

YARDBIRD READER and Y'BIRD

Yardbird Reader 1-5 and Y'Bird 1 & 2 (complete). Berkeley: Yardbird Publishing Cooperative & Y'Bird (1972-1976 &1978).

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Ishmael Reed, and Al Young.. Complete set of these trade paperback publications. Reed started the Yardbird Reader as an annual, collecting "multi-cultural" writing. After five volumes there was a small hiatus before Reed and Young started afresh as Y'Bird, which ran 2 vols.only. Contains work by Chester Himes, Spain Rodriguez, Clarence Major, Ntozake Shange, John A. Williams, Frank Chin, Chiuna Achebe, Ralph Ellison (an interview), Yusef Komunyakaa, Anne Waldman, and many others.

[#6934]

YEAR'S WORK IN ENGLISH STUDIES

Vol. 1-67. London, 1919-1986. Bound. A set without vol. 59.

EUR 500.00

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[#17760]

THE YELLOW BOOK

An Illustrated Quarterly. (Edited by H. Harland; Art Editor: A. Beardsley).

Small poster. Promotional piece for the edition April 15, 1894. Small poster, 25,5x18 cm, printed in black on white vellum paper, backside blank.

EUR 200.00

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[#18174]

ZEUGMA

Nos. 1-2 (all pul.). Belmont: Merrill Kaitz, 1975-1976. Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Merrill Kaitz. Contributions by Mark Helprin, Carol Dine, Rachel Hadas, Louis Phillips, and other poets . Notable for novelist and short story writer Helprin’s contribution of two poems.