Cat. 304 ENGLISH & AMERICAN literature

[#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 2,000.00

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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).

[#16336]

THE ANT'S FOREFOOT

Biannual. A literary magazine of poetry and prose.

Nos. 1-9. 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 500.00

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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 Heliczer, 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.

[#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 700.00

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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. Maynard and Miles C84,85,86.

[#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.

[#17568]

AVANT-GARDE

Nos. 1-14 (all publ). New York, 1968-1971. Original wrappers, sq. 4to, with numerous illustrations and photographs. A special set which includes 3 variant copies: - No. 6: 2 different covers: (In Full Bloom,photo of pregnant woman, D.Dalrymple; and another: Anniversary, all text cover) - No. 11: 2 different covers: Red cover:John Lennon Erotic Lithographs, and variant Black cover Wedding Bliss - No. 12: 2 different covers: Jorgen Boberg fantasy art; and the other: Nude black female photograph, by Hugo Bell (has a tiny scratch). Together 17 issues in exceptional fine condition (see below)

EUR 1,500.00

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The famous magazine edited by Ralph Ginzburg; No. 2 containsThe Marilyn Monroe Trip: A Portfolio of Serigraphic Prints by Bert Stern” in wild psychedelic colors. (photographic prints by Bert Stern, possibly the last photos taken before her death). No. 8 Picasso's Erotic Gravures; No. 9 Cover by Fuchs, Image Stars (not the all text variant Femmes Fatales); No. 11 John Lennon's erotic lithographs 'Bag One'; No. 13 Alwyn Scott Turner, Photographic series on the American People; other issues feature artists like R. Lindner, George Tooker, Melle, Paul Wunderlich, lithographs by John Lennon, etc.; photography takes an important part of the magazine with work of Lee Kraft, R. Denim, J. Wasser, Hattersley, C. Fischer, Weir, Capa, Mitchell, Ira Cohen, Tome Wesselman, Hugh Bell, Mary Ellen Mark, a photographic story on ‘Andy[Warhol]’s Girls’, Mati Klarwein (anonymously), Norman Mailer, Mary Ellen Mark’s drug photos,; in the first issues is a "No More War-Poster contest". No. 14 has the Photoalphabet, with images of nudes, composed by Ed van der Elsken, Anna Beeke, Anthon Beeke, Pieter Brattinga, Geert Kooiman. This created a problem with the authorities and led to the cessation of the publication. The set in near mint condition, (except for a very thin scratch on the frontcover of the no 12 variant)

[#680]

BANANAS

The Literary Newspaper.

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

EUR 1,800.00

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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.

[#19339]

BERKELEY

A journal of modern culture

Numbers 1-10 (all publ.). Berkeley: Bern Porter (1948-1950). Ten issues, all tabloid, 8 pp, folded once as issued. A very nice, excellent set, with minor shortcomings (see below).

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by James Schevill and Jane Hohfeld. Contributions by Sherwood Anderson, Frank Lloyd Wright, Yvan Goll, Sartre, Paul Eluard T.J.Ken Jr & James McCarthy, Brecht, Alban Berg, Patchen, Allan Swallow, Rukeyser, Curtis Zahn, Alex.Meiklejohn Sydney Hook Corman, Schwitters, Bob Brown, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, Man Ray, Zadkine, Wolfgang Paale (on Gerszso), Clarence John Laughlin and many others. A very good set with the following minor flaws, No. 1. chip and creases to lower corner, \No. 5, spine largely split, No. 6, short tear at fold, No. 7 short edge tear, No.9 split to horizontal fold.

[#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.

[#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, artwork and texts by Jim Duke, Richard Miller, M.Peniket, John Upton a.o.

[#19538]

BLACK DADA NIHILISMUS

45 r.p.m. thin vinyl, Situation 15/A/aug 67: recorded in U.S.A., all rights U.P.S.(underground press syndicate), sonopresse,holland. A: Le Roi Jones, New York Art Quartet.3'35"; B: Poems: Hans Wesseling. 4'22''. In original printed brown kraft sleeve, with black pinted text (see below)

EUR 300.00

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-Freak-in-love-out and it happens…for over.(Hans Wesseling: Who wants yesterday's papers?, Nobody in the world; Jan van de Meer,Winand Mens, Ernst Cats, Enno Veldhuys, Hans Schmidt). Iets-Member, The Hague.) - Black Dada Nihilismus, Le-roi jones new ark detroit, MILWAUKEEE,wahington……

[#20590]

THE BLACK MOUNTAIN REVIEW

The Black Mountain College Review Vol. 1 No. 1. (all published). June 1951. Black Mountain, North Carolina: Black Mountain College, 1951. The only issue published of this first incarnation of the Black Mountain Review, which would resume publication some three years later with a different issue also numbered vol. 1, no. 1 under the editorship of Robert Creeley, and would then run for seven issues. TOGETHER WITH: Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Edited by Robert Creeley at Black Mountain Colle ge, Spring 1954- Autumn 1957. Black Mountain. Quarto and octavo. Printed decorated wrappers. Some light dust soiling, a few faint splashmarks to one frontwrapper (1 no4), and backwrapper (1 no 3), old price in corner of another

EUR 11,000.00

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Complete collection of first appearance and continuation: a) First and only appearance of this seminal periodical of the famous Black Mountain College, which was revived in 1954 under the editorship of Robert Creeley. Edited by M.C. Richards, with Foreword by him, and contributions by Fielding Dawson, Russell Edson, Joel Oppenheimer among others; art work by H. Roco. Exceedingly rare number in a "Very Good only" copy in stapled wrappers, a few small stray mild coffee stain spots to rear cover. b) The complete set of this landmark magazine for the avant-garde of the '50s at Black Mountain College, publishing the work of teachers, students and friends. With contributions by Creeley, Olson, Duncan, Dahlberg, Zukofsky, Layton, Levertov, Bronk, Jess, Blackburn, Eigner, Artaud, and many others. Illustrated with works by Franz Kline, Rene Laubies, and others. The final issue was devoted to Beat authors and contains work by Kerouac, Ginsberg, Snyder, Whalen, and a pre-publcation excerpt from Naked Lunch by Burroughs.

[#19510]

THE BLACK MOUNTAIN REVIEW

Vol. 1 no 2, Summer 1954, Black Mountain College, Black Mountain N.C. Orig wrappers, light toning, very lightly soiled.. Small repair to top of spine. Very good. . [Clay & Phillips 106-109]. [Anderson & Kinzie 248].

EUR 800.00

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Second issue (of 7) of this landmark magazine for the avant-garde of the '50s at Black Mountain College, publishing the work of teachers, students and friends. Includes work by Artaud (transl.Rexroth), Toda Tomoya, Paul Blackburn, Douglas Woolf,Kizu Toyotaro, Lucy Lapp, Creeley, Charles Olson, Irving Layton, Ronald Mason. Photographic insert of Mayan sculpture.

[#15772]

BLACK THEATRE

A periodical of the Black Theatre Movement

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). New York, Ed. New Lafayette Theatre, New York, 1968-1972. Orig. pictorial (self-) wrappers,(27x20,5 cm). (Tiny tears to frontcover of the first number, one page in no 1 torn without textual damage and neatly laid in) but otherwise fine.

EUR 400.00

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Editor: Ed Bullins, with Roscoe Orman, Marvin X, Georg Ford (illustrations, covers), Maxine Raysor (ills.),Ademola, Ed Sherman (cover art). Issues varying from 32 to 56 pages (incl.wrappers). Contributors (in addition to the editors) Ben Caldwell, Leroi Jones, Woodie Kong, John O'Neal, Obamola Oyedele, Bob McBeth, Wanda Coleman, Sonia Sanchez, and several others.

[#19340]

BLACKFISH

Nos. 1 - 4/5, (all publ.). Burnaby, B.C. (Canada). Spring 1971 - Winter/Spring 192/73. Stapled wrappers, mimeographed.

EUR 180.00

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Edited by B.T.Brett, Allan Safarik. Contribs. By Jayne Berland, earle birny, George Bowering, etc.

[#20820]

BLUE BEAT

New York: Blue Beat (Yowl Publications), Date: 1964. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Tall side-stapled wrappers. Yowl Press editors (Montgomery and Kiviat) mimeo magazine. This copy interrific near fine condition. Introduction by Kirby Congdon. 41 pp plus a page of notes at rear. Printed on rectos only

EUR 800.00

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Includes contributions by Berrigan, Tuli Kupferberg, Gerard Malanga, John Keys, Judson Crews and much more. One of only 207 copies. Cover art by Alex Wiener. According to Clay and Phillips, this was the only issue published. An early Lower East Side poetry mag that rarely shows up for sale. Sold as-is. 1964. Blue Beat (Yowl Publications) [US]

[#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 400.00

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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.

[#18796]

CATERPILLAR

(A magazine of the leaf, a gathering of the tribes.).

Nos. 1-20 (all publ.). New York, NY, Oct. 1967 - Jul. 1970. Sq. 8vo., original pictorial wrappers, all in very good to near mint condition.

EUR 1,800.00

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Together 18 issues (8/9 and 15/16 are double) varying in size from 150-300 pp., with illustrations and photographs. Edited & publ. by Clayton Eshleman. contribs. by Paul Blackburn, Robert Duncan, Gary Snyder, Nora Jaffe. (art work, caused a stop on sale), Cid Corman, Jerome Rothenberg, J. MacLow, K. Irby, Allen Ginsberg, Carolee Schneeman, Stan Brakhage, Akutagawa, César Vallejo, Stephen Jonas, etc. Number 20 also counted as volume 5 no. 4; the first issues are particularly scarce as they appeared in a small edition only. Covers by Nancy Spero, Carolee schneemann, Will Petersen, Michael McClure, Jess, Robert LaVigne, Robert Kelly, Leon Golub, Wallace Berman a.o. The second number with the sexually explicit cover designed by Carolee Schneemann was suppressed and is rare. A note on Carolee Schneeman"s Fuses (cover six stills), Stan Brakhage, Andre Codrescu, Cavafy,Basho, Philip Corner on Thoreau and Charles Ives, Artaud, Robert Duncan.

[#16410]

CAW!

Magazine of Students for a Democratic Society.

Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (all published). New York, 1968. Original illustrated wrappers; 86, 96 & 96pp. (Wrapper of no 2 with edgewear and small chips),

EUR 400.00

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Publication of the SDS, edited by Jerry Badanes. In the first issue o.a. 'A tribute to the work of Che Guevara' with texts by Pablo Neruda, Fidel Castro Javier Heraud, Margaret Randall, Cesar Vallejo. Second issue: cover- VietCong Flag at Sit-In Columbia University; Contributors include Victor Hernandez Cruz, Julius Lester, Todd Gitlin, Robin Morgan. The third issue with coverage of the Paris Student strike and other international student protests.

[#20104]

CHELSEA (Review)

Nos. 1-38. Chelsea Review. NY: Chelsea Foundation. Summer 1958-1979. Orig. Wrappers (very well preserved set, with only light dustsoiling; no 30/31 is double isue).

EUR 2,000.00

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Established in 1958 by Ursule Molinaro, Venable Herndon, George Economou, Robert Kelly and Joan Kelly.] Later, Sonia Raiziss was an editor. It published poems and prose by Denise Levertov,[Umberto Eco, Raymond Carver, and Grace Paley. Writers such as W. S. Merwin, Sylvia Plath, A. R. Ammons and Paul Auster were published in the magazine when they were still emerging.

[#19342]

CHICAGO

American Edition

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Chicago Press, 1972 - 1973. Six folio issues, mimeographed, side-stapled wrappers. Excellent condition. Cover art by George Schneeman., all covers fine and intact.

EUR 1,400.00

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Editor: Alice Notley. Cover art by George Schneeman. Mostly NY school poets: James Schuyler, Tom Clark, Ted Berrigan, Ron Padgett, Anselm Hollo, David Drum, Gallup, Carroll, Berkson, O’Hara, Coolidge, Anne Waldman, John Ashbery, Koch, Joe Brainard, Bernadette Mayer, Clark Coolidge, Michael Bronstein, and others.

[#18615]

CHICAGO

European Edition

European Edition: Nos. 1-3 (complete). . Wivenhoe, Essex: Chicago Press, 1973-1974. Three issues, all 4to in side-stapled wrappers. Light sunning to extrems, else all near fine.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Alice Notley. The three concluding issues printed in England of this important mimeo magazine of which the first 6 numbers were published in Chicago 1972 .( Ginsberg, Whalen, Berrigan, Oppen, Saroyan, Joris, Kerouac, Creeley, and others). Cover art for all three issues by George Schneeman.

[#19504]

CIRCLE

Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7/8, 9, 10 (out of 10 published). Berkeley, CA.1944-45 in orig. Pictorial wrappers, Rare: with the four cover variations for Issue 9 by Bezalel Schatz. Together 11 physical issues. Issue 7/8 is a double issue and includes a foldout "Map of Joyce's Life" by Bern Porter. Glue bindings with exception of issue 3 which is staple bound, Added: a 4-page illustrated prospectus for the magazine, laid in number 2.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by George Leite, Co-Editor Bern Porter. landmark Bay Area magazine of art and literature with ties to surrealism.. It preceded ARK, and was essentially the point of departure for the Beat generation. Contributors include Carrington, Patchen, Crews, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Porter, Fowlie, Kees, E.E. Cummings, G. Ungaretti, Rexroth, R. Duncan, Durrell, Everson, Norse, Yvan Goll, and many others. Interesting typography and numerous illustrations and covers by Bern Porter, George Barrows (creative photography), Rexroth, Jean Varda (in a feature written by Henry Miller), Schatz, Edwin Ver Becke (prints), John & James Whitney (Audio-visual music), Jim Fitzsimons (Solarized Photography) Contributions by George Barrows, George Barrows, Leonora Carrington, Robert Duncan, Maya Deren, Ian Hugo, James Laughlin, Darius Milhaud, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Bern Porter, Gil Orlovitz, Kenneth Patchen, Paul Radin, Kenneth Rexroth, Jean Varda, Oscar Williams, and others… Condition note: All copies have some shelf wear to covers and spines as wel as some discoloration inherent in publications from this period. Issue 3 (which is staple bound) has some damage to spine.

[#16637]

CITY

Nos. 1-5 (complete). NY & San Francisco: City, 1967-1975. Mimeographed;14 x 8 1/2 side-stapled sheets. All near fine except that the last pages of no 2 are detached

EUR 400.00

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All near fine except that the last pages of no 2 are detached. A short-lived periodical with contributions by Anne Waldman, Helen Adam, Hacker, Lewis Ellingham, Samuel R. Delany, Marie Ponsot, Thomas M. Disch, and James Sallis a.o.. The third number is devoted entirely to Helen Adam, featuring her poems and an interview. Photographs by Peter Reinstorff, ilustrations by Russell Fitzgerald (i.a. cover drawing for no 2 is portrait of Harold Reynolds (Urban Renewal).

[#20882]

CITY LIGHTS

Film Criticism, Short Stories, Poems.

Numbers 1, 2, 4, 5 (out of 5 published). San Francisco, July 1952. Wrappers a bit stained. 8vo; stapled white wrappers; Tanning to extremities of cover, light soil; nick to leading edge of front cover and first page.October 1952, Fall 1953, Spring 1955. Original wrappers (22x17,5 and 24,5x19,5 cm). ( No 1 wrappers a bit stained. 8vo; stapled white wrappers; Tanning to extremities of cover, light soil; nick to leading edge of front cover and first page; Light offsetting to cover of no 2 and toning to edges of others, very good condition).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Peter Martin (Norma Swain, Jean Raylor). Opening article by Robert Duncan. Peter D. Martin came to San Francisco from New York in the 1940's to teach sociology. Inspired by the Chaplin film, City Lights, he started this literary magazine in 1952, publishing such key Bay Area writers as Philip Lamantia, Pauline Kael, Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, as "Lawrence Ferling." In 1953 Martin and Ferlinghetti founded City Lights bookstore, which has had a pretty good run. After two years Martin sold his interest and returned to New York and opened The New Yorker Bookstore. This inaugural issue opens with Robert Duncan's "Open Letter to City Light", and an an interesting review of San Francisco's, Newsvue Theatre at Market and Mason streets, a third-run movie house that, every Saturday and Sunday, was the city's only theatre featuring the Giant Cartoon Carnival offering 20 cartoons. Also, a wonderful ad for 12 Adler Place, the 'lower bar' for Tommy's restaurant on Broadway, now known as Specs. ] 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.

[#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.

[#19218]

COLLECTED ARTISTS WORKSHEET- John Sinclair

The collected artists' worksheet - 1965. Staplebound booklet, 1 of 500 copies, 28x21,5 cm.. [8] 50 [2] pages; white printed paper wrappers; paper toned, some pages dogeared without affecting text, lower part of front cover lightly dampstained, without affecting the image, back cover dampstained and loose from top staple. Altogether a good copy.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by John Sinclair. Includes work by Jim Semark, Gary Johnston, Ron English, Tom Paxton, Robin Eichele, Victor Coleman, Magdalene Arndt, and Brian Nachsen. Although not stated, this copy is from the library of Israel Izzy Young, former owner of the Folklore Center in Greenwich Village.…

[#19351]

COMPREHENSION

Volume 1: Numbers 1 and 2 (all publ) . San Francisco, spring and summer 1950, each issue 16 pages, in decorated covers;.27,5x21,5 cm.; except for minimal damage to right lower corners of the covers mint condition.

EUR 600.00

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Edited and published by Ridgely Cummings, with Dora M. Perry. Editorial by Cummings, Henry Miller: Ken Fletcher, David Frailey, James Chevill; Richard Dermody, Michael Demarest, S.Dean Lipton, Nila Larkin, Anthony Boucher, Gerben Dekle, Will Aubrey, James Schevill, Miriam Hffman a.o.; illustrations and art by Lazlo Moholy-Nagy, Irving Norman, Bern Porter, Emil White, Siemund A.E.Betz, Kenneth Patchen, Lembuck, Jordan Belson Leonard Breger, Jorn Belson, a.o.

[#16527]

CONTOUR QUARTERLY

Nos. 1-4 (probably all publ.). Berkeley, April 1947-1949. Original wrappers, in generaly good condition ( except for vol. 4 which is worn along the yapped top edge, and has a one inch tear down the spine from the crown),

EUR 800.00

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Rare complete set of this important little magazine, produced by Christopher (and Norma) Maclaine in conjunction with his early poetry collections and slightly later experimental films. No 1: Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Philip Lamantia, Bern Porter. No 2: Rexroth, Levertov, Patchen, Crews. No 3: Zahn, Joyce ("Ibsen's New Drama"), Mason Jordan Mason. No 4: Patchen, Lamantia, Corman. All are printed letterpress, Includes two color silkscreen covers, number 4 was entirely handset, printed and bound by Christopher and Norma Maclaine.

[#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 300.00

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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. Jess did the cover art for nos. 3 and 8/9.

[#20815]

CULTURE HERO

A Fanzine of Stars of the Super World.

Masterprint. Jill Johnston Exposed: special issue. A life dominated by Strange Arts, Consuming Desires, and Ego-Eroticism... Size (h/w): 57,5 x 44,5 cm. 28 pages lithographed by aluminum plates, rainbow rolled in over 150 colors, printed on heavy stock, cardboard cover, sheets held together with Chicago screws. Each page can be removed for framing. First and last page signed by Les Levine. (The original cardboard cover is slightly soiled, but otherwise in good shape with the screws intact). All of the Interior in excellent condition, thus a fine set.

EUR 3,500.00

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This special issue of the magazine Culture Hero is a unique portfolio of fine art prints, widely acclaimed upon publication ("An invaluable supplement to any collection of great art" Stanly Dance, Saturday Review; "A vividly human documentary." Leonard Feather, Los Angeles Times; "Encyclopedic in scope." Arnold Shaw, NY Times Book Review; "Shatters the senses of the prude." Paris Figaro; "My favorite art book." Walter Kerr, NY Times; "A winner. Original and imaginative!" The New Yorker; "A trip - young and beautiful!" William A. Raidy, Newhouse Newspapers; etc. Very rare now. Includes interview,articles etc. by Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Meredith Monk, Lucas Samaras, etc.

[#20685]

DO-IT ! (d.a.levy)

(Vol. 1) Numbers 1 & 2 (of 4 published). -Number 1 (of 4 published). Omaha: Do-It!, [1966]. Quarto (28cm); variously-colored sheets, mimeographed on rectos only and side-stapled; [17pp]; illus. Faint stamp of New Mexico State University library to front wrapper, with some light wear and creasing to extremities. -Vol. 1 Number 2. Viet Nam Workbook. August 15, 1966. 32 unnumbered pages printed recto, on blue and white paper. ,stapled in the spine, together with 3 sheets from "Conscience over Country" (Call for an Examination of Conscience).

EUR 1,300.00

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First two issues (of 4) of this mimeographed poetry magazine, published alternately in Omaha, NE and Cleveland, OH between 1966-67. Edited by Matthew Shulman. Number 1 with a poem "The Ballad of no Berets" and cover art by d.a. levy, and contributions by Allen Ginsberg, John Giorno, Hugh Grayson, Randy Rhody, Clarence Major, and Freda Norton,and others.publisher: 7 Flowers Press. As stated on the page with the levy poem (page16) there were two simultaneous printings, one by d.a. levy in Cleveland with a limitation of 150 and another by Matt Shulman in Omaha with a limitation of 1,000 (which is probably not true). (Taylor/Horvath page 121 for the Ballad). Number 2: With a Mantra, written by d.a. l evy. To protect one from the viet cong (North and South) with a subtitle "Recite at the 3rd and 78th hour of the day" and "a non of viet nam gothic for the alamo, poem by d.a. Levy. Printed by Do-It Press,Cardinal Press,Omaha/Nebr. By the grace of Mr. L. Turner. Contributions by Matt Shulman, J.T.Hartmann, Paul Marish, Robert Lowry, Clarence Major, a poem by d.a.levy (65) a non of viet nam gothic for the alamo

[#17487]

DYN

The Review of Modern Art. Publ. & Ed. by Wolfgang Paalen.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Mexico City, April 1942-Nov. 1944. In 5 issues (nos. 4/5 double), 4to; original wrappers, folio. (Light chipping to right upper corner of the frontcover of no. 1and light spoiling, no. 6 has a band of soiling along the fore-edge, a bump and split down the crown of spine, and nine pinholes through the rear cover, extending 11 leaves into the volume; other volumes in very good condition) Altogether an excellent set; complete quite rare.

EUR 1,500.00

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Published in Mexico during the wartime, international journal for modern art and literature with strong ties to surrealism. Contributions by Wolfgang and Alice Paalen, M. Alvarez Bravo, Henry Moore, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Valentine Penrose, Alexander Calder, Robert Motherwell, Covarrubias, Matta, Picasso, Pollock, Edw. Renouf, César Moro, and many of others. All prints and (tipped to page) plates present. Texts in English and in French.

[#20310]

THE EDGE

Numbers 1-8 (all published). Melbourne: The Edge (1956-1957). 8vo; in stapled wrappers all in near fine condition, only the first number with some light staining on the front cover. Together with a separate printed prospectus outlining the goals of the periodical, and trumpeting the contents of the issues to come. Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Cocteau, Frank Lloyd Wright, Igor Stravinsky, Olivia Rossetti Agresti, and many others contribute.

EUR 900.00

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The complete set of this Australian magazine, edited by Noel Stock. "The most vital periodical since The Little Review of 1918". With contributions of Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Cocteau, Frank Lloyd Wright, Igor Stravinsky, Olivia Rossetti Agrest (on David Lubin) , and many others.

[#18051]

EGOZINE

Vol.1 no 1 and vol. 2 no 2 International Edition. Newby/ Hollywood, CA, (later San Geronimo, CA). Summer 1975- 1976. 29,5x13cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset printing on glossy paper, with numerous photographs. Number 1 is signed by Lambert, numbered 68/1000, with a partly burned play money bill attached to the back cover. It seems that a third issue was published in 1979, of which we have no further record.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by J. Lambert., with /P-ORRIDGE, Genesis (aka Neil Megson)/COSSEY Fanny Tutti (aka Christine). -Vol. 1 Issue 1: The Cultural Camelion, Art Hoax, The Bon-Bon Era, Fashion: Fetish!, The Post Cultural Era. -Vol. 2 Issue 2: L.A. art scene magazine, includes 3 pages on the 1976 COUM Transmissions performance at L.A.I.C.A. with photos and a note from Genesis and Cosey. Also a page contributed by the avant-garde Chicano conceptual/performance art group Asco and letters from Cavellini, Jerry Dreva and John J. Baylin. Genesis P-Orridge, born Neil Andrew Megson and later known as Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Cosey Fanni Tutti born Christine Newby,

[#20177]

ELEPHANT

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York: Perreault, Summer 1965 - 1966. illustrated wrappers, stapled; mimeo printed rectos only; (No 1: 22x18 cm,34 pp; No 2: 28x21,5 cm.,70 pp; No. 3: 28x21,5 cm., 24 pp).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by John Perreault. Ted Berrigan,, Aram Saroyan, Ruth Krauss, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Thomas Clark, Clark Coolidge, James Brodey, Joseph Ceravolo, Gerard Malanga, Kathleen Fraser and others. Ills.: Hugo Mujica.

[#19402]

ENTRAILS

THE MAGAZINE OF HAPPY OBSCENITY (Endtales. Intrailz, Endtrails)

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.) New York and Homestead, FL: Whispershit Press / Olivant Press, 1966-1967. Four quarto issues (ca.23-28cm) and no. 4 slightly smaller. Mimeographed, offset-printed, and photostatically reproduced sheets, side-stapled into illustrated wrappers; 100; 83; 112; 72; 45pp; illus. A very nice set, Laid into Issue 1 is a mimeographed leaflet , titled "Entrails: A New Shattering Poetry and Literary Magazine Will Resound with Bombastic Thuds Upon the Open Mind," followed by six quotes praising the publication.

EUR 1,200.00

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Edited by Gene Bloom. Contributors include Charles Bukowski, Douglas Blazek, Tuli Kupferberg, d.a. levy, Clarence Major, Carl Larsen, William Wantling, Steve Richmond, Ted Berrigan, John Fowler, D.R. Wagner, Sid Rufus, Harold Norse, Donald Cauble, and Mike Berardi, and others. Complete run of Brooklyn poet Gene Bloom's "magazine of happy obscenity," published between 1966-67. Bloom moved from his native Brooklyn to the Lower East Side in 1965, where he immediately wanted to immerse himself in the thriving poetry scene. "Since I was an imported poet of lower case renown, the answer was easy; put out a poetry magazine, get to know as many artists and poets who lived in the area and produced. So I did, naming my small press publication "Entrails" dedicated to Lenny Bruce who was being legally hounded for using sexual expressions in his act" Condition: nice set,. Issue one shows two tiny stains along upper edge of front wrapper, else Near Fine. Issue 2 is edgeworn, dust-soiled, and lightly toned, with rear wrapper pulling away from staplesand lacking the requisite "Beat Nickel Bag" affixed to inner rear wrapper; Very Good only. Issue 3 shows light foxing to text edges, light wear to wrapper extremities, with a faint cup-ring to upper front wrapper; contains the requisite paper yarmulke stapled to inner rear wrapper; Very Good+. Scattered foxing to lower front wrapper of Issue 4, with some mild dustiness to Entrails Anthology, else Near Fine. Not in Clay & Phillips.

[#20387]

THE EXILE

Edited by Ezra Pound.

Nos. 1-4 (all published). Dijon (France), Chicago, New York. Spring (Primavera) 1927 - Autumn 1928. 4 issues in the original rose and orange printed wrappers;front cover and interior of no. 1 lightly soiled, foldcrease in the right upper part of no1; nos. 2 and 3 near fine, wear and loss to upper portion of spine on no. 1 and tape reinforcement to the length of the spine no. 4. On the whole a good set of this ultra scarce journal.

EUR 1,000.00

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Ezra Pound's short-lived expatriate magazine, scarce due to the shifting places of publication: the first issue published in Dijon (France). Contribs. include Ezra Pound, George Hemingway, W.B. Yeats, John Rodker, W.C. Williams, W.B. Yeats (Sailing to Byzantium),Aldington Joe Gould, McAlmon and others. No. 1 printed by Maurice Darantiere in Dijon, fell foul of American importation restrictions and subsequent issues were published by Pascal Covici in Chicago, resp. Covidi Friede in New York.

[#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.

[#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. (Clay and Philips 274)

[#18819]

FERVENT VALLEY

Nos.1-5 (complete run). Placitas: Fervent Valley (1972-1974). Five issues, orig.wrappers, sizes differ.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Larry Goodell a.o. The first four issues are general numbers, featuring Ginsberg, Bukowski, Codrescu, Dawson, Burroughs, MacAdams, Creeley, Olson, Malanga, Raworth, and more. The last issue is a book, INTERORBITAL, by Bill Pearlman.

[#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

[#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.

[#20388]

FORMATIONS

Volum 1-5, 6 no 1 (all published, complete). Wilmette: University of Wisconsin Pres s (1984-1991). Sixteen issues, illustrated wrappers, as new.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Jonathan Bent, with David Hayman and Frances Padorr Brent. Literary and photography journal. Contributions in English by Cage, Baldessari, Creeley, Antin, Erdrich, Duffy, Danto, Holzer, and translated works by Klima, Gombrowicz, Kis, Ratushinskaya, Schulz, Aksyonov, Valenzuela, Herbert, Bernhard, Important contributions to New Czech Writing by Arnost Lustig, Ota Pavel, Josef Skvorecky, Ivan Klima, Igor Hajek, Mialn Kundera and Ludvik Vaculik. and photography from Poland.

[#20706]

THE FREE LOVE PERIODICALLY

Number 1 (of 2). Cleveland, OH: Free Love Press, [ca.1966] Mimeograph, side stapled. Quarto. Unpaginated.(44) A bit stained at bottom and back wrapper, light stain at right lower corner. The first of two issues published, Free Love Periodically featured poetry by poets who read at the fourth open poetry reading at the Gate in Cleveland, including Jeff Cook, da levy, Walter Keller, Tom Kryss, and more. As stated in the first issue, "Free Love Periodically will appear (& disappear whenever time & money (this is a capitalist trick) are available," and so it did. The second issue was edited by T.L. Kriss, due to levy’s stint in prison on charges of distributing obscene material

EUR 700.00

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The first of two issues published, Free Love Periodically featured poetry by poets who read at the fourth open poetry reading at the Gate in Cleveland, including Jeff Cook, d.a. Levy, Walter Keller, Tom Kryss, Russell Salamon, Kent Taylor, Malcolm Hall, don Thomas, jim lowell, matt shulman, rjs, Grace Butcher, Frank Osinski, John Wherry, Joe Walke and more. As stated in the first issue, "Free Love Periodically will appear (& disappear whenever time & money (this is a capitalist trick) are available," and so it did. The second issue was edited by T.L. Kriss, due to levy’s stint in prison on charges of distributing obscene material.

[#16447]

FREE POEMS among friends.

Volume 1 (September/December 1965). Edited with an introduction by John Sinclair, for the WSU Artist's Society. Detroit, The Artists' Workshop Press, 1966. Pictorial wrappers, stapled. Together with: Vol. 2 (April, 1966). Detroit: Artists' Workshop Press. Limited ed, of 500 copies. Soft cover.Small creases at corners else very good. 4to stapled photo-illustrated wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Vol. 1: Contains Nos. 1-11. Printed in 500 copies. Vol. 2: Unpaginated Poems by: Robin Eichele, John Sinclair, Ron Caplan, Henry Malone, Allen Van Newkirk, Jerry Younkins, George Tysh, John Wieners & J.D. Whitney. As Magdalene Sinclair wrote: Among Friends-movement, was the inspiration and encouragment it gave to young poets to keep on writing, as well as giving some people the push they needed to write their first poem.

[#19990]

FREEK PRESS

Isle of Wight Festival (UK), 1970. Nos. 1 to 8 (all published): Single foolscap sheets stencilled on both sides (except nos. 2, 3 and 7, rectos only). All originals except no. 3 supplied in xerox facsimile.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Mick Farren, collaboration of Friends, Ink, OZ, Free(K) Press: on the occasion of the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. Featuring Robin Farquarson, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Doors, Tiny Tim, Angels President Buttons, Donovan, Jeff Dexter, and Joan Baez are among those mentioned en passant, along with news of 'Performances', printing a lengthy quote from Donald Cammell.

[#20825]

FRIENDLY LOCAL PRESS

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). New York, 1969-1971.Mimeographed magazine, later issues offset. 30x22,8 (first 3 issues, then eedusing to 27,5x21,3cm.; stapled in the left margin, first 3 numbers with overlaying wrappers edge- damage and loosening in the spine; later issues in excellent condition.

EUR 1,000.00

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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. Artwork by Karl W. Stueklen (also erotic drawings), Glenda Arentzen, Basil King,Stephanie Rowan.

[#20712]

GNAOUA

Number 1 (all published). Tangier (rather: Antwerp !). Spring 1964. Original pictorial wrappers (20 x 13 cm), 103 pages. Front cover and spine partly sunned, otherwise an excellent copy

EUR 1,200.00

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Expatriate Beat-journal edited/compiled by Ira COHEN in Morocco, with contributions by William Burroughs, Ian Summerville, Brion Gysin, Harold Norse, Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, J. Sheeper, Jack Smith, Marc Schleifer, Mohammed Ben Abdullah Yussifi, J. Weir, Stuart Gordon, Tatiana, and Alfred Jarry. The Antwerp Publisher Roger Binnemans of the ‘Ontwikkeling’ took care of printing and distribution of this legendary underground magazine. A copy of Gnaoua is to be seen in Daniel Kramer’s photograph on the front cover of Bob Dylan’s record sleeve ‘Bringing it all back home’ (1965). Look for it on the mantelpiece! The title Gnaoua comes from a Black African sect known for its exstatic dancing (Exorcism).

[#18320]

GUERILLA

A Monthly Newspaper of Contemporary Kulchur

Volume 1 Number 1 and Number 2. January-June 1967. Tabloid. Folded newspapers. The scarce first 2 issues . (Number 2 complete, Number 1 lacks pages 13-16). Both issues folded; printed on newsprint in black and red added. Newsprint, yellowed; edgewear, in particular to the first issue.

EUR 1,000.00

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The first issues of this tabloid produced by an editorial team at the Detroit Artists' Workshop Press, From the second volume it changed to 'broadside' format and became a vehicle for marginal countercultural expression including revolutionary poetry and provocative political rhetoric. Published at the height of the White Panther - Detroit Free Press literary movement. Allen Van Newkirk was editor, with Ellen Phelan as art editor, and Michael McClure, Stan Brakhage, Diane Di Prima, John Sinclair ,Robert Kelly, David Meltzer, Gary Snyder, Joel Oppenheimer, Sun Ra, etc. No. 1 Includes Breton on Revolutionary Art, a 12 page Jazz Section, poetry by Di Prima, John Wieners and Michael McClure and more No. 2 Includes Tom Buri on William Burroughs, John Sinclair on Jazz and Bebop, poetry by Di Prima and Robert Kelly, Gilbert Sorrentino on avant-rock and more.

[#16445]

HANGING LOOSE

Nos. 1-4 (all published?). Loose sheets (size (h/w): 23 x 15,2 cm.) in printed envelope: No. 1. New York, Dick Lourie (1966). Loose sheets (all fine) in a printed envelope with sunning to extremes and wear to flap. No. 2. New York, Dick Lourie (1967). Loose sheets (all fine) in a printed envelope with sunning to extremes and wear to closure flap. No. 3. New York, 1967. Loose sheets) in printed envelope, as issued. Envelope somewhat worn, contents fine. Together with: No. 4. Winter, 1967 Special Issue: American Writers In Greece. New York, copyright 1968, loose pages in white pictorial envelope, Fine in good envelope that has been opend on one side & partly on another, unpaginated.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Ron Schreiber, Dick Lourie, Emmett Jarrett and Denise Levertov. Cover by Mimi Gross. Contributions by the editor, Piercy, Silliman, Eshleman, a.o. For number 4: contributors include: Aris Fakinos, Joanne Hotchkiss, Kay Johnson, Jacqueline Lapidus, Robert Lax, Marge Piercy ("her first book of poems will be published by Wesleyan."), Eric J. Solibakke, "The Editor for this special Greek issue: Emmett Jarrett",

[#18906]

THE HARRIS REVIEW

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.) NY: Harris Schiff 1971. 4to. 68 + 94 pp. Both volumes very near fine in side-stapled wrappers. Cover art by George Schneeman and Gerard Malanga.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Harris Schiff. Contributors include Padgett, Mayer, Fagin, Brainard, Berrigan, Spicer, Notley, Giorno, and many others. Schiff was a poet associated with the Poetry Project at St.Mark's Church.

[#16628]

HOLLYWOOD QUARTERLY

Volume 1 - 5 (all publ.). Berkeley & Los Angeles:(University of California Press), 1945-1950. Together 20 issues and supplement issue to 1 no 1. Original printed wrappers. An excellent set.

EUR 1,400.00

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Edited by John Howard Lawson, S.T. Farquhar, a.o. (Hollywood Writers Mobilization). Precursor to The Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television, and Film Quarterly, which is still being published. "The first issue of Hollywood Quarterly, in October 1945, marked the appearance of the most significant, successful, and regularly published journal of its kind in the United States. For its entire life, the Quarterly held to the leftist utopianism of its founders, several of whom would later be blacklisted. The journal attracted a collection of writers unmatched in North American film studies for the heterogeneity of their intellectual and practical concerns: from film, radio, and television industry workers to academics; from Sam Goldwyn, Edith Head, and Chuck Jones to Theodor Adorno and Siegfried Kracauer." (Quoted from the Univ.of Calif.Anthology).

[#17498]

HORDE

Number One (all publ.). December 1964. London: Horde, 1964. 50 pp. Side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Johnny Byrne and others. Cover art by Miles, contributions by Pete Brown, George Dowden, Spike Hawkins, Angus Mac Lise, Anselm Hollo, and many others. Center insert fold-out, cartoons by Mal Dean, present and fine. Inside the rear cover is an advertisement for Horde 2, including the contents, but there is no evidence that it was actually published. Miller & Price D213.

[#16328]

INTERVIEW

(ANDY WARHOL'S INTERVIEW orig. as: Inter/VIEW).

Year 1 nos. 1-12. New York, n.d. (November) 1969 - n.d. (November?) 1970. - Together with: Year 2 no 1. January 1971. Together 13 issues. Tabloïd, selfcovers, printed on newsprint in b/w, nos. 2 onward often with one colour added for the front and back cover. All issues are unfolded and - despite the poor paper quality and endemic browning - in near mint condition with only very little edgewear to some issues . Number 9 has 2 closed tears ab.4 cms., but otherwise still a very good copy. Very rare now.

EUR 5,000.00

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The beginning of Andy Warhol's journal "Interview" (cover title "inter/VIEW", subtitled 'A monthly film journal'). Edited by Gerard Malanga (till no. 3), Paul Morrissey, John Wilcock (the hippie publisher of 'Other Scenes', who was Interviews first printer), and Andy Warhol. Undoubtedly the most influential monthly for the jet-set since the late sixties, it developed from this exclusive film magazine to the foremost publication of avant-garde, pop-art, pop-music, film and photography. The first issue (Collectors edition) featured a photograph of Viva naked on the cover with her (also naked) co-stars James Rado and Jerome Ragni (Hair) from Lions Love, directed by Agnes Varda. Further issues with photographs taken by the world's most famous photographers and interviews with the world's celebrities and filmmakers: Mick Jagger, Jane Fonda, Jim Morrison, Joe Dallesandro, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Rolling Stones, Don Johnson, special issues on Woodstock, Rita Hayworth, First Anniversary Edition 8th New York Film Festival, Elvis Presley, etcetera. Features interviews and essays on films (with Varda, Michael Sarne, George Cukor, Visconti, Kazan, Shepard, Owens, Ritchi, George Avakia, Pasolini, Robert Altman, MASH, John Schlesinger, Fellini Poppaea, Ingrid Bergman, Larry Kramer, Costa-Gavras, and many more). Vol. 2 no 1 is Best Film Venice Film Festival, Barbara Loden's Wanda.

[#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.

[#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.

[#16408]

JOURNAL FOR THE PROTECTION OF ALL BEINGS

A Visionary & Revolutionary Review.

Number 1: Love-Shot Issue. San Francisco, City Lights Books, 1961; Number 2: On the barricades. Revolution and Repression (1968 Number 3: Green Flag (1969); Number 4: (1978) A commemorative issue published by The CoEvolution quarterly, issue no 19. (all published). San Francisco, City Lights Books, 1961-1969 (1978). 4 issues, (No. 1 & 2: 30x 16,5cm,No. 3: 25x11,5 cm; No. 4: 27,3x 18,5 cm).; original wrappers (light foxing and staining, but altogether very good).

EUR 1,500.00

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No. 1 Love Shot Issue. Editors: Michael McClure, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, David Meltzer. Other contribs. by Bertrand Russell (Statement of July 23), Gary Snyder, Antonin Artaud, Gregory Corso (Interview with Allen Ginsberg), Albert Camus, Michael McClure, Allen Ginsberg, Norman Mailer, etc.; A Photo Essay ("Death") by James Mitchell. - No. 2 is entirely devoted to the May 1968 uprisings in France, with an excellent photo documentation of Paris May. Photos by Caron, posters by students of the Ex-Beaux Arts, texts by Marcuse, etc. -No. 3 (Green Flag) is edited by Corrie, Sandra and Stine, Laura. People's Park Poetry. No. 4: (1978). Rebirth of City Lights' "A Visionary & Revolutionary Review" disguised as a CoEvolution Quarterly. Included: Artaud, Brecht, Creeley, Ginsberg, Kerouac, Ishmael Reed, Vachel Lindsay, Walt Whitman, Thoreau, Ben Shahn, Herbert Read, many others. Pages uniformly tanned, as expected, a hint of age-toning to the covers, else a fine, unread copy in illustrated cardstock covers.

[#16804]

THE JUDSON REVIEW

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

EUR 300.00

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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.

[#18622]

KULCHUR

Nos. 1-20 (all publ.). New York, 1960-Winter 1965/66. Unbound, in original pictorial wrappers; slight wear on some issues, but altogether a very good set. With illustrations & photographs. From an edition between 500 and 1500 copies, thus are complete sets rather scarce. TOGETHER WITH: "Kulchur A New Quarterly " Announcement Flyer : single sheet measuring 19x13,3 cm, white paper.Advertises a new magazine entitled KULCHUR, Diana Di Prima, Allen Ginsberg, William, Burroughs, and others, Rare first annoouncement flyer. - Also a example of an original mailing envelope - The roneortyped letter to subscribers that with no 20 publication will stop, reimbursement check included.

EUR 3,000.00

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Ed. by Marc Schleifer, later by Lita Hornick & Le Roi Jones and Frank O'Hara. Important Beat-generation periodical, commenting also on art, jazz, cinema, theater etc.; with photographs and illustrations in the text. Contributors include Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Paul Bowles, Jack Kerouac, Charles Olson, Denise Levertov, Frank O'Hara, Robert Creeley, Gary Snyder, Nicholas Calas, Michael McClure a.o.; covers with work by Arthur Freed, Franz Kline, Larry Rivers, Kenneth Eisler, Joe Brainard, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol (+ a picture portfolio from his film "The Kiss" in no13 and Disaster series in no 17), Al Held, Robert Indiana. No. 4 a photograph of William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac in Paris ca.1955. Ills. Bruce Connor, Andy Warthol, Larry Rivers, Franz KleinRauschenberg, Larry Rivers, Leroy McLucas, Stephen Solosy a.o. - Announcement Flyer Single sheet measuring 5 1/4 x 7 1/2" high. Flyer advertises a new magazine entitled KULCHUR A New Quarterly featuring criticism and articles by Paul Bowles, William S. Burroughs et al plus poetry by Di Prima, Robert Nichols and Allen Ginsberg and drawings by Basil KIng. Undated, but from circa 1960. Fine condition. No. 13 (Andy Warhow from the movie Kiss) Ills. Bruce Connor, Anday Warthol, Larry Rivers, Franz Klein

[#17508]

LONG HAIR

Vol. 1 no. 1 (all publ). New York, 1965. Size (h/w): 20,2 x 16,3 cm. 80 pp. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Miles and Ted Berrigan. Contributions by Allen Ginsberg, Tuli Kupferberg, Jeff Nuttall, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Ted Berrigan, Ron Padgett, Michael Horovitz, Geoffrey Thurley, Gerard Malanga, Brian Patten a.o.

[#19992]

LONG NEWS IN THE SHORT CENTURY.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.).New York, NY, Long News 1991/94. Orig.pictorial b/w covers, Illustrated b/w throughout. Complete set.

EUR 650.00

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An "urban journal" of art poetry and prose, published bi-annually. Edited by Barbara Henning. Contributions by Diane DiPrima, David Rattray, Lewis Warsh, Ron Padgett, Ann Waldmann, Paul Buck, Tom Clark, Clark Coolidge, Joyce Mansour, Aram Saroyan, Richard Kostalanetz, Carolee Schneemann, Elaine Equi, Lewis Warsh, Leslie Scalapino, Laynie Browne, Lorenzo Thomas, Bernadette Mayer, Maureen Owen, a.o.

[#20800]

LOVE (Edited: Willem de Ridder)

Edited and published by Willem de Ridder, Erotic/Pornographic publication. Adults only, a treasury of Filth. America's First Reader Written Rag. LOVE. No. 2, G No. 3 and No. 25. Printed in colour and b/w on newsprint paper; Together with No. 6 of FINGER. Together 4 magazines, rare.

EUR 600.00

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[#16615]

M.O.M. A. - MAGAZINE OF MODERN ARTS.

No. 1 (all publ.?) Leeds, ( Leeds University Union). Waverley Press. February 1969. 28 pages stapled in pictorial wrappers, spine faded, otherwise good.

EUR 200.00

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Editorial board: Bill O'Brien, Liam & Sandra Cox, Lou Lavender, Andrew Lloyd, Cavan Maccarthy, Dave Shutt, Terry Wordingham. "…to fill the gap left when Ikon, a general arts magazin, folded up" . First issue timed to coincide with the 5th Leeds Students Arts Festival. Drawings: Mike Peters.

[#20650]

MAG-6

MAG-6 (SUMMER - FALL 1973). Long Beach: Mag Press, 1973 (all published). Orange photo-illustrated wrappers, stapled, 18.5 x 13.5 cm, 48 unpaginated pages with black and white illustrations. Hint of sunning along spine fold, else very good..

EUR 700.00

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Edited by John Kay, Gerald Locklin, Keith James Anderson. Uncommon one-shot poetry magazine, containing Bukowski's poem 'the best love poem i can write at the moment,' and contributions by Michael McClure, Terry Stokes, Helen Kay, Lyn Sukenick, Arlene Stone, et al. Also features Charles May's essay 'Pornography: The Divine Whore,' and a photo essay by the artist Richard Lee depicting two ragged-looking dolls engaged in a various sex acts, inspired by the work of Hans Bellmer. Rare; OCLC locates a single copy at UC Santa Barbara.

[#20651]

MARY-J ANE PAPERS

a poem & a play by George Montgomery (dated New York 1966). 7 flowers press. Cleveland, Ohio1966. Introduction by d.a. levy (cleveland ohio, center of the mid-east mind revolution). 24 pages, green and pink paper, stapled in the left margin.

EUR 700.00

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"Dedicated to Timothy Leary. People.The Human Mind.My children. Peace & Freedom". On the front cover an unsigned drawing and "Bambu,Zigzag,Tops,Ritz-La,Dagmar" (cigarette papers), "Banned in U.S.A. "

[#18820]

MOUTH

Monthly magazine of poetry.

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Buffalo: Les Weischselbaum, May -December 1972 . In stapled wrappers, excellent condition.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Les Weischselbaum . With contributions by John Logan, David Ignatow, E.R. Baxter, Guy Beining, Kenneth Rexroth, John Perlman, David Meltzer a.o.; . No. 5 is devoted to poetry by Vietnam veterans.

[#16726]

THE MYSTERIOUS BARRICADES

Numbers 1-4 (all publ.). NY: The Mysterious Barricades (1972-1976). Four issues, the first three 28x21 cm, side-stapled wrappers, the fourth octavo illustrated wrappers. (Small library stamp to cover of the first and third issues, else all good condition). Number 4 signed by Paul Auster at his contribution five poems).

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Henry Weinfield with Toby Olson, Charles Kutcher, David Levine, William Bronk, Gilbert Sorrentino, Barbara Holland,, Edward Sarmiento, Donald Phelps, a.o.

[#20099]

NEW DEZEZES (DEZEAZES)

No 1 (of 2 publ.).4to. [30 pp, including covers]. Fine in stapled wrappers. Uncirculated copy.

EUR 350.00

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Ed. Jean Caffeine assisted by Claudia. Peter Urban, hardcore journalism. Early punk zine. The Dils, Crime, Avengers, record reviews, The Screamers, Nuns and more. Photographs by James Stark. The first of only two issues.

[#16656]

THE OUTSIDER

Numbers 1 - 4/5 (complete). Webb, Jon Edgar and Louise "Gypsy Lou," eds. New Orleans & Tucson: Loujon Press (1961- 1968/9). Four volumes. First three numbers near fine in illustrated wrappers, fourth volume fine in boards and near fine printed dust jacket of handmade translucent paper, with some light wear along the top edge, and a short closed tear. A very good set with interesting additions laid in (see below).

EUR 1,100.00

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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 with contributions from the great names in all literary areas: Bukowski, Burroughs, Lamantia, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Henry Miller, Patchen, Dick Higgins, Levertov, d.a. levy, Tom Kryss, and others. Kennethe Patchen was Outsider of the Year; Number 3 features Bukowski asThe Outsider of the Year. On the first leaf of that issue a note penned by editor Jon Webb, "Help a little?" and an arrow pointing toward a printed solicitation for financial assistance inside the front cover. Laid into this volume is a holograph postcard from Webb (9 Apr 1963) thanking the recipient for an order, and providing Bukowski's address in Los Angeles with the admonition, "he hates visitors who drop in without warning". Volume 4/ 5 features a 46 pp "Homage to Kenneth Patchen," and is here in the limited hardcover issue with the wrappers, with a laid-in flower from Geronimo's grave site, also an Outsider Prospectus and a magazine clipping on the waterdamage eventof the pribnting shop. (Secret Location pp 50, 290) .

[#19039]

PADMA

Number 1 (all publ.) . Pocatello: Padma (nd). 4to. Rear cover toned, else very near fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Donald Powell. Contributions: Al Glover, Ken Irby, Steve Abbot, Fielding Dawson, Charles Olson, J.H. Prynne, and many others. Laid into this copy is a letterpress printed poemcard by editor Powell. First and only issue.

[#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 is less common.

[#18737]

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.]Original wrappers. Cover of vol. 2 waterstained, overlaying edge of vol 4 has small closed tear.

EUR 600.00

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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.

[#19020]

PRAXIS

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Chicago, Jackson Gray, 1979-80. A complete run, 6 issues published in various sizes, with numerous photographs of rock and punk music scenes, also design advertising.

EUR 3,000.00

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A short-lived art, music, and design magazine with a New Wave and Punk aesthetic that came out of Chicago in 1979-80, and was hardly distributed outside. An experimental magazine publishing a mix between pop culture, high art, fashion, poetry and punk music. Articles and interviews on music groups. profiles on fashion designers Elio Fiorucci and Thierry Mugler, contributions from poets Jerome Sala, Elaine Equi, Gerard Malanga, and photographers Michael Weinstein, Bill Edmundson, Alan Bass, Jim Elliott, etc. Music groups include 8-Eyed Spy, Gang of Four, the Buzzcocks, B-52s, Roxy Music, Pere Ubu, the Cramps, Robert Fripp, Jonny III, Tuxedo Moon, Peter Murphy, etc There were only 6 issues, each one in a different format. -No. 1 June 1979 (30,5x30,5 cm) 50 pages, spine stapled in blue/red cover (very lightly shaven). b/w photographs. - No. 2 August/Sept. 1979. (25,5 x 25,5 cm) 60 pages, green cover, spine a bit worn, otherwise very good. - No. 3 Dec.1979. Oblong, 20x30,5 cm. 96 pages. Dark-red/green cover. With fexidisk (Robert Tripp) and with the original Small pouch of BLUE HAIR. Fine condition, still in the original plastic mailing pouch. - No. 4 Poster, printed in colour, recto/verso, 88x112 cm., folded to 28x22 cm., , with only very light wear over the folds, in excellent condition. Not dated but in the right corner is printed "Parxis 4, Decade Dispatch, Homewreckers Calender, Road Map to1980". - No. 5. March 1980. 35,5x27,5 cm. Red/yellow cover, 60 pages, with 4 loose sheets extra. Excellent condition. - No.6. Nobember 1980. A white card portfolio of 96 unbound sheets with 4 pages added (spine a bit worn); with a vinyl 45'record (Big Clock Music). It was not distributed outside of Chicago and print runs were relatively small, very rare.

[#18728]

RADAR

Die Zeitschrift zwischen Basel und New York.

Nos. 1-5/6 (all publ.). Basel, Edition C.L.A.G., 1982-1988. Size (h/w): 29,6 x 20,9 cm. With an original silverprint, copyrighted with a stamp on verso in each issue: Original blindstamped metallic wrappers, near mint condition.

EUR 4,000.00

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Edited by Carl Laszlo, René Matti and Michael Heitmann. With contributions by Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs, Les Levine, Manon, Taylor Mead, Peter Orlovsky, Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe a.o. In each issue an original silverprint, copyrighted with a stamp on verso: -No. 1 portrait of William S. Burroughs by Robert Mapplethorpe; -No. 2 photograph by Manon; -No. 3 portrait of Taylor Mead, 1971 by Gerard Malanga; Texts in German, Malanga's writings are in English.The photo of Taylor Mead by Malanga inserted. Covering Malanga's extended works, his diary from 60's, poetry, portraits, nudes to voyeuristic photos, also incl. the Burroughs interview by Malanga -No. 4 portrait of William S. Burroughs by Victor Bockris; - No. 5/6 Eric H. Olson: Fotokomposition, 1985 in the Olson's Photokomposition (8 pages,partly colour)

[#19483]

RAW

The graphix magazine of postponed suicides (becoming: The graphic magazine for damned intellectuals; The graphic aspirin for war fever; The torn again graphix magazine; etc.).

(Vol. 1) Nos. 1-8 and Vol. 2 no 1-3 (all published, together 11 issues, complete set ). New York, 1980-1986, 1989-1991. Folio, unbound in the original full colour pictorial wrappers. (Vol. 2 nos1-3 smaller size 15,5 x 22,5 cm., Penguin Books). Together with: READ YOURSELF RAW. Pages From the Rare 3 Issues of the Comics Magazine for Damned Intellectuals ! New York, Pantheon Books, 1987, 360x270mm, 88p., original coloured pictorial wrappers. This copy SIGNED with a special dedication by Art Spiegelman and a SIGNED DRAWING in black ink: "For Bill Blackbeard w. thanks for your ongoing help to RAW and for your obsessions ! w. best wishes Art Spiegelman" [(William Elsworth Blackbeard (1926-2011), better known as Bill Blackbeard was a noted American specialist in cartoon books]. All in excellent condition. ADDED: Promotional POSTER for the first issue of Raw Magazine, 28x18,3 cm (11x7 inches), with the same Image on both sides. As new, all corners pointed, without tears, creases, bunos or chips; clean and bright.

EUR 4,800.00

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The famous ferocious large-folio comics journal, founded and edited by Art Spiegelman and F. Mouly (=Mrs.Spiegelman), with magnificent colourful covers and depressing comic strips by Art Spiegelman and others. Included are enclosures with the first appearances of 'Maus, A Survivor's Tale'. the first four chapters of Maus in their original formats bound into issues 2-5. Number 4 contains a vinyl flexi-disc entitled "Reagan Speaks for Himself". All in excellent condition. Other contributors were: Gary Panter, Sue Coe, Fr. Mouly, Bill Griffith, Jacques Tardi, Mark Beyer, Charles Burns, Joost Swarte, Mariscal, Jerry Moriarty, Ever Meulen, Cathy Millet, Lynne Tillman, Scott Gillis, Mark Newgarden, Francoise Mouly, Winsor Mc Cay, a.o. Number 7 has a tear scross the wrapper as part of the design. The compilation of the first 3 issues contains contributions of Tardi, Mariscal, Bruno Richard, Kiki Picasso, Winsor McCay, Gary Panter, J. Swarte, Mark Beyer, Ch. Burns, Ever Meulen, entre autres. Complete with the two inserts: «Two-fisted Painters Action Adventures» (1980 Art Spiegelman), «City of Terror» - Trading Cards (1980 Marc Beyer).

[#18224]

REAL FREE PRESS ILLUSTRATIE

Underground Press Syndicate

REAL FREE PRESS (Amsterdam) - EHÉ-CATL, No. 1, November 1971 (Collector’s Issue) 43,5 x 30,5 cm, 20pp. - ILLUSTRATIE, Nos 1-6, 1971-1974. 43,5 x 30,5 cm, 20 – 24 pp. - added: Roza’s Lotgevallen by Robert Olaf Stoop (founder of the Real Free Press). - 13,5 x 21,5 cm, plus 3 publisher’s lists and a letter.

EUR 1,300.00

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Contributions by Harrison Cady, Percy Crosby and T.S. Sullivan.Leven en werken by Bud Fisher. Other contributions by Alan Watts (Karma), Johannes van Dam ( Scientology), Illustrations by Ron Cobb, Robert Crumb, Edward Gorey, Gilbert Shelton,Rodriguez Spain, Terry Southern and others.

[#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.

[#16264]

RONALD REAGAN

The magazine of poetry.

Number 1 (all published). London. Summer 1968. Mimeographed text, stapled into pictorial wrappers.llustrated.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by John Sladek, Pamela Zoline and Tom Disch. Includes what is generally regarded as the first appearance of J. G. Ballard's classic, "Why I Want to Fuck Ronald Reagan", along with work by Acconci, Harwood, Giorno, Waldman, Padgett, Schjeldahl, Warsh, and others.

[#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.

[#16327]

SALON ("Salon")

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Düsseldorf, Gerhard Theewen, April 1977 - 1983 (1993).Orig. Wrps.(15 x 21 cm). Issues of ab. 78 to 96 unpaginated pages, perfect bound in white (b/w) illustrated wrappers, some with light tanning, but altogether an excellent set. Rare complete in the original first edition.

EUR 1,000.00

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Conceptual art periodical edited by Gerhard Theewen, with photographs, collages, drawings and text, all original and espressly made by the artists and authors for Salon. In total 11 numbers appeared from 1977-1983 and in 1993 a number 12 was published (entitled "Uniformen der Kunst"by Gerhard Theewen).. Covers of numbers 1-11 are based on photographs by Hans-Peter Feldmann (also contributions by him in nos. 1,6 and 7 which is complete with the loosely laid in Feldmann booklet (strollers and toys15 x 10,5 cm, stapled, 12 pp. w. images.) . Number 6 is the catalogue of the show "Salon Presents" in the Museum Folkwang in Essen, a review of the first five issues and an original contribution by all artists previously published, including: Adamski, Alessandro, Askevold, Barry, Bartolini, Bay, Blume, Bunk, Burden, Carpi, Charlier, Collins, Cumming, Dahn, Disler, Federle, Feldmann, Forman, Höckelmann, Holstein, Hoogstraten, Marx, McLean, Minnich, Much, Odenbach, A. & M. Oehlen, Päs, Paladino, Paolini, Pfeiffer, Richter, Sauer, Scanga, Silber, Titus, Vasquez, Vespa, Weiner, Wilhite, Winnewisser, Zolper j.

[#17686]

SCRAP

New York's outrageous good fortune.

Nos. 1-8, (all published). December 9, 1960 - June 14, 1962. Unbound, as issued; endemic browning, but altogether in good condition. (No. 1 is 4 pp. on off-white paper, 35.5 x 28.1 cm; nos. 2-8 are 8 pp. each on pale gray paper with page size 30.5 x 22.9 cm,folded in quarters from sheets about 61 x 46 cm). In each issue a few illustrations. Added is a printed brown paper (mailing) envelope for the whole set that could well be the only one still extant. (The envelope lacks its flap and was opened roughly on one side with consequent tears and creases repaired with tape).

EUR 4,000.00

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Edited by Anita Ventura (critic and painter, designer of posters for Leo Castelli Gallery) and Sidney Geist (sculptor). (also as: the New York Sunday supplement, subtitle varies). Featuring and illustrating work of Brancusi, Matsumi Kamemitsu, Resnik Reinhardt, Mark Rothko, Cajori, Tom Doyle, Yves Klein, Milton Resnick, Arshile Gorky, Franz Kline, etc. No. 2 has excerpts from a WBAI interview with the editors, "Scrap's First Tape" [a pun on Samuel Beckett's great monologue "Krapp's Last Tape"]. In no. 3 Paul Brach writes on Rauschenberg, and Jasper Johns reviews the printed version of Duchamp's The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even. No. 4 contains Sidney Geist, A Critique of Criticism, "moodily dare": IFP, and the essay written at the occasion of the Rothko Exhibition curated by Peter Selz (Museum of Modern Art).No. 7 includes a supplement on pink paper 'Pandemonium'. No. 8 features two reviews of Harold Rosenberg's Arshile Gorky: the Man, the Time, the Idea.

[#19784]

SEARCH AND DESTROY

New Wave Cultural Research;later: Rebel Youth Culture.

Numbers 1-11 (all publ.). San Francisco: Search & Destroy (1977-1979 ; number 11 numbered as Vol. 2 no 11. Tabloïds, on newsprint, fully illustrated with numerous photographs, folded, as issued. Each 12pp.-24pp. Illustrated throughout. All original printings, including both states of the first issue (the first state has red stamps to the front cover). Small Compendium Books price sticker to cover of second issue, otherwise all near fine. Vale, then working at City Lights, started work on Search & Destroy in January 1977 with the help of a few hundred dollars from Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. His intention was to provide a voice for the punk movement (a "total cultural revolt") and the new freedoms opened up in its wake. Later, he told Jon Savage that he had been inspired by Finger, one of the further-flung outposts of porn publishing: "Finger magazine was a great inspiration to me with Search and Destroy. It was an incredible, reader-written magazine on newsprint, stapled, a classic. All these people sent in their photos and the kinkiest stories. The most incredible, accidental poetic language. They did a parody of Patty Hearst, with a slavey-looking girl posing as Patty with a fake Symbionese Liberation Army banner. They showed things like sex with amputees, animal sex, everything that was taboo, they presented it. That was the aesthetic" (quoted in England's Dreaming, p.440. Faber, 1991). The sixth issue prints Jon Savage's first interview with Genesis P-Orridge (2pp.)., conducted in P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti's house in Beck Road, and their Martello Street studio, in late 1977, around the time of the release of TG's first album. The interview is illustrated with a photo of TG by Fizzy Paet, and Cosey Fanni Tutti's "Sexual Transgressions No.5" photo (one of the images displayed at the ICA exhibition). Accompanied "by friend Sheila" [Rock], Savage's in-depth interview ranges over a variety of topics, including punk, violence, William Burroughs, and Image Bank. Other interviewees featured include: Crime; The Avengers; The Ramones; The Clash; Devo; Tom Verlaine; Alternative TV (including Alex Fegusson, later of PTV, with TG references by Mark Perry); The Damned; Blondie; The Weirdos; Iggy Pop; Jordan; Patti Smith; The Dead Boys; Metal Urbain; Helen Wheels; The Screamers; Nico; Suicide; Talking Heads; The Nuns; Negative Trend; Buzzcocks; Pere Ubu; The Mutants; The Sleepers; John Waters; DNA; Roky Erickson; The Zeros; The Dils; The Cramps; Siouxsie & The Banshees; Chrome; Patti Palladin; Syl Sylvain; Dead Kennedys; David Lynch; Steve Jones; Russ Meyer; William Burroughs; and JG Ballard. (12 items).

EUR 2,000.00

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San Francisco-based tabloid zine devoted to the nascent Punk Rock Scene. Edited by V.Vale. Issues of 16-28 pages. All fine, all FIRSTprintings including the very rare original edition 1978 of Number 10 (the Burroughs issue which was reprinted ten years later). All the important UK and US bands of the day represented (Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Pere Ubu, Crime, Dead Kennedys, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Screamers, Clash, Throbbing Gristle, Buzzcocks, Talking Heads, Devo, Weirdos, and Suicide. Search and Destroy also served as a bridge between the punk scene and the literary/visual artists who both influenced and were influenced by punk: Ginsberg, Burroughs, Ballard, Acker, John Waters, David Lynch, Bruce Conner, Russ Meyer, and Nico Ordway. Founded by Vale Hamanaka who worked at Lawrence Ferlinghetti's City Lights Bookstore and originally funded by Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg. Named for the Stoogie's proto-punk anthem, SEARCH AND DESTROY remains one of the most important, vibrant, and influential documents to emerge from punk. Vale, then working at City Lights, started work on Search & Destroy in January 1977 with the help of a few hundred dollars from Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. His intention was to provide a voice for the punk movement (a "total cultural revolt") and the new freedoms opened up in its wake. The sixth issue prints Jon Savage's first interview with Genesis P-Orridge (2pp.)., conducted in P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti's house in Beck Road, and their Martello Street studio, in late 1977, around the time of the release of TG's first album.

[#20176]

SHUFFLE BOIL

Nos. 1-7 (complete). Berkeley: Listening Chamber, 2002-2016. Seven issues in six volumes (5/6 a double, 7 a co-publication with Amerarcana). First four issues near fine in stapled wrappers. #5/6 fine in glossy illustrated wrappers, #7 fine in letterpress printed wrappers.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by David Meltzer and Steve Dickison. Devoted to poetry and music: Coolidge, Berkson, Gizzi, Herms, Hirschman, Fagin, Waldman, Baraka, and many others.

[#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).

[#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 300.00

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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.

[#20533]

STOOGE

Numbers 1-14 (all published, only without No.4). Oconomowoc Lake, Wisc. N.d. (ca. 1968) -1975.

EUR 3,500.00

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A near complete set of Stooge including the very rare number 5 and the variant issues, (but without no. 4 which was Allen Schiller. One Sheet Phantasy. 7 poems and 7 woodcuts. Hong Kong, 1970, in an editionof 35). . -No. 1. Fine copy. -Untrimmed in orig.blue wrappers. Not dated. Contributors of poetry and design: Mary Moe Curly, Kan Weston, R.WV.Brown, Brett Barton, Tim Wardell, S.M. Paulsen,Jan Tucker, Vallejo, Smale, a.o. - No. 2. Laura Chester, Geoff Young, Philip Whalen, Gene Frumkin, Nathaniel Tarn et al. ncludes the lyrics to three Dylan songs ("Please Mrs. Henry," "Million Dollar Bash," "Too Much of Nothing" and "Country Pie") - No.3 edited by Geoffrey Young and Laura Chester (Albuquerque): Stooge, (1969), with several Bukowski contributions - No. 4 (missing) - No. 5. First edition.Young, Geoffrey and Laura Chester (editors) (np) [c. 1970].,First edition. Scarce fifth issue of Young and Chester's innovative small press poetry magazine. Description> Original white pictorial cardboard folders (“from a pre-fabricated box top…notched folds”), front with yellow pictorial art image, rear with brown image of a large “5”, various shaped inside folds over pictorial black & white photographic inside covers (looks like alphabet soup with numbers), 35 x 31 cm) – containing: 22 pictorial broadsides by various authors on various sized sheets, various paper (one being stamped on yellow napkin / one is an original frottage), mostly silkscreen. Loose (as issued) and laid inside are also 5 small printed cards with words in French + English. Portfolio is signed by the cover-designer Allen Schiller (founder of Stooge). One from an unknown number of copies. - No. 6. present in all 3 versions: Beige, Red and Blue. - No. 7. May 1972. 76 pages + illustrated wrappers: the two versions both present: Cow and Cal versionf & Bull version. -No. 8. March 1973. Guest Editor: James Holmstrand. ("If all the people in Xchina jumped simultaneously from six foot platforms, the world would be destroyed". ) -No. 9 With a William Wegman photo on front cover. Work by :David Benedetti, Michael Brownstein, Marie Harris, Anselm Hollo, Russell Edson, Clayton Eshleman, Margaret Atwood, Jacques Dupin (transl.by Pau Auster), Max Douglas, James Bertolino, Joe Brainard, Chuck Lee Lenward Elmslie, Laura Chester, Geoffrey Young - No. 10 . Guy Williams: Poems for Painters. 1974. - No. 11. Poems and Prose. Cover by John Baldessari. Stooge, Oconomowoc Lake, Wisc. N.d. (ca. 1972). Tog. 102 stencilled pages in illustrated wrappers (very light soilage to back wrapper) - No. 12 Geoffrey Young and John Bennett. In XX Arrondissements. 4to; unnumbered pages; Poems by Yound, photographs by Bennett. Orig.pictorial wraps. - No. 13. Spring 1975. Editors Geoffrey Young & Laura Chester. Outside cover: Richard Allebn Morris; Inside cover John Baldessari. - No. 14. Howard McCord. The Aectic Desert. Stooge Editions, 1975.

[#18503]

THE STRIPTEASER later: THE TEASER PURE AND SIMPLE (Olympia Press)

Nos. [1, 2, 3]. ( most probably all publ.). Paris, The Olympia Press, 3rd trimester 1953,4 th trimester 1953 and 2nd trimester 1954. Size (h/w): 20 x 13,5 cm. Original colour pictorial wrappers. Richly photographically illustrated. Nos. 1 and 3 in very good condition. No. 2 with a faint fold over the front cover and worn with some creasing and wear,but sound.

EUR 1,000.00

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Rare complete set of this Olympia Press publication. Erotic glamour magazine of pin-up and (semi)nude photography with important literary contribs, very risky for it's time. Texts from 'completely unexpurgated' books published by the Press by or on de Sade, Henry Miller, Georges Bataille (Pierre Angélique), John Cleland, Robert Desmond. Number 2 is a promotional pamphlet for Rene Roques' Three passionate lovers (containing an excerpt from same and accompanied by numerous B&W semi-nude photographs) "not seen" by Olympia's bibliographer Patrick Kearney, who also notes "[k]nown to exist from ban in 1954."

[#16978]

THE STRUCTURIST

Nos. 1-21/22. 1960-1981/82. Some covers lightly soiled, Two issues with spine defects (8 & 9) and no. 8 has a loose page.

EUR 500.00

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Published annually, and after 1972 biennially as double issues, under the editorship of Eli Bornstein of the University of Saskatchewan.International organ of the structuralist movement in art, focusing on geometric abstraction. Bornstein coined the term "structurist reliefs" in the first issue to define his own three dimensional geometric abstractions.

[#12897]

TRANS/FORMATION

Arts, Communication, Environment; A World Review.

Vol. 1 no 1-3 (all published). New York: Wittenborn, Schulz, 1950-52. Original wrappers (covers slightly rubbed with light shaving of the colour). But altogether a very good set.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Harry Holtzman. Early attempt at bridging the gap between art and science this publication includes contributors in many fields: S.I. Hayakawa, Alfred H. Barr Jr., Buckminster Fuller, Le Corbusier, Nicolas Calas, Bernard Rudofsky, Gyorgy Kepes, Werner Heisenberg, Albert Einstein, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, John Cage (Feldman,Boulez,Wolff) , Willem de Kooning, Piet Mondrian, Nicolas Calas,Alberto Giacometti, Benjamin Péret. Each issue contains one of Ad Reinhardt's "comics" commenting on the art scene (Museum Landscape; Museum Racig Form; Art od Life of Art)

[#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.

[#20555]

TREE

Nos. 1-6 (all published). Santa Barbara, Berkeley, Christopher Books, 1970-1975. Paper covered, varying sizes. 150 to 200 pages per issue, illustrated. Fine condition.

EUR 1,000.00

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Literary magazine with the accent on Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah, 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, John Weiners, Robert Kelley, Stan Brakhage, Louis Zukofsky, Lindy Hough, Clayton Eshleman, Isidore Isou (transl.) a.o.; photomontages by Henryk Hermaniowicz. a.o. Last issue 'Sayings of Yakov Frank', translated by Harris Lenowit . Number 1 includes artwork by Wallace Berman and George Herms.

[#13157]

TWO WORLDS

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

Nos. 1-8. New York, Sep. 1925-June 1927. Nos. 1-4 (= vol. 1 ) in lettered wrappers, Nos. 5-8 (= vol. 2) in original decorated wrappers, 4to. ( Front-cover of no. 8 repaired in the right bottom corner)

EUR 300.00

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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.

[#12466]

WELSH REVIEW (with TOLKIEN)

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.WITH the Tolkien firstprint !

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.

[#19217]

WHE'RE

a Magazine of Location.

No. 1 (all). Yellow photographic cover. Some foxing, paper yellow, a little damp to spine edge, otherwise excellent condition.Fulll page mimeo photograph of Robert Creely in the center.. Summer 1966. 114 mimeographed pages on yellow paper, side stapled between yellow covers. 28x21,5cm. Yellow photographic cover. Some foxing, a little damp to spine edge, otherwise excellent condition.Fulll page mimeo photograph of Robert Creely in the center.center.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Ron Caplan and John Sinclair. Contributions by Robert Creeley, Jack Spicer, Haniel Long, Merle Hoyleman and others. Interview with Robert Creeley, Jac Spicer's Lament for the makers; Index to Kulchur 1-20; news and reviews.

[#17576]

THE WILLIE

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). San Francisco & Los Angeles, Manic Press, Summer 1967- Spring 1968. Mimeographed in side-stapled illustrated wrappers (64 + 70 pp.). (27,5 x 21,5 cm).

EUR 600.00

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"The Willie comes into your brain". Edited by 'willie the snort gobblet w/football hair for earmuffs '(for no. 1) & 'willie gobblecunt the cosmic drunk' (for no 2). According to 'Clay/Phillps, A secret location etc, p. 303) the editor was d. a. levy. "Promoting Acid in the Maggot Eye, featuring Acoustic Earth Hallucinations, incoporating Gland Juice & Marigold Plasm". Covers by Brown Miller (a bit psychedelic) and Suzy Cross. Contributions by d.a.levy, Charles Bukowski, Harold Norse, Kent Taylor, Steve Richmond, T.L.Kryss, Doug Blazek, E.R.Baxter, Lynn Fillman, and others.

[#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 condition, altogether a nice set.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Reginald Moore & Edward Lane, which 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.

[#18362]

THE WORLD

New York City Literary Magazine.

Numbers 1-33. The Poetry Project at St. Marks Church, New York, 1967-1971. (without nos. 9 and 12). Tall legal format, mimeographed and stapled in illustrated wrappers (after no. 33 size reduces to quarto). Light use and some dust-soil, otherwise the collection is in very good condition.

EUR 5,000.00

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Edited by Joel Sloman, Anne Waldman, and others. Writing in "Running Off The World", Anne Waldman said about the magazine: "The impulse was always toward the immediate community, so it covers most of the so-called New York School plus what comes after, with a bow toward Black Mountain, the Beats, San Francisco Renaissance, and the New York Scene (not 'school'), as well as many independent folk and younger writers from workshops. It was arty, political, experimental, classy, corny, unaligned." - quoted in A Secret Location on the Lower East Side. By Steven Clay & Rodney Philips. (N.Y.: NYPL & Granary Books, 1998), p.188. Contributors include: Vito Acconci, John Ashbery, Bill Berkson, Ted Berrigan, Joe Brainard, Rucy Buckhardt, Jim Carroll, Tom Clark, Clark Coolidge, Robert Creeley, Kenward Elmslie, Dick Gallup, Allen Ginsberg, John Giorno, Barbara Guest, Frank Lima, Gerard Malanga, Bernadette Mayer, Michael McClure, Charles North, Alice Notley, Frank O'hara, Joel Oppenheimer, Ron Padgett, Ed Sanders, Peter Schjeldahl, James Schuyler, Tony Towle, Tom Veitch, Diane Wakowski, Lew Warsh, and Trevor Winfield among others. With cover designs by George Schneeman, Donna Dennis, Mike Goldberg, John Giorno, and others.

[#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 250.00

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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.