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