Published by "Birth Press", edited by Tuli Kupferberg, with Sylvia Topp, Stella Tohl, Bill Rice, James Frankfort, Ray Johnson, Norman Solomon. Roneotyped, with numerous illustrations and interesting lay-out. No.1: Tuli with Ray Johnson. "Notes towards a Theory of Bohemianism, drawing by Tuli and by Ray Johnson (the Art Editor); contributions by L. Jones and D. Di Prima; No. 2: Summer 1959. Children's Writings. Contributions from Anais Nin (childhood diaries), Walter Lowenfells, Barbara Moraff, Henry Miller's 16-year-old daughter, etc.; No. 3 (The Stimulants Issues) was published in 2 parts, both devoted to various drugs, from early Egyptian and Classical Greek to 1960's (Ginsberg Diary entries, Ted Joans first poem, 1940'4 anti-marijuana poster). SWING is a collection of children's writings, intermixed with woodcuts by Tuli Kupferberg and other artwork. Ostensively anthologies of children's writings, but all intermixed with antique woodcuts and Tuli's savage but gentle humor, YEAH Includes contributions by (i.a.): B. Brecht, Y.Yevtushenko, A.Sillitoe, C.Farllon, C.Forsberg, B.Shay, K.Herz, S.Morland, A.Kaye, K.Mayamoto, E.O'Brien, T.Kupferberg, etc. : No. 1: December 1961. Offset lithograph printed on one side,and mimeograph printed on the reverse, blue,red,black and white. (28,3 x 21,5 cm). Folded,. Back cover: L.Kotkovsky, rubber stamped. No. 2: A satyric excursion published at will (laid in: prospectus announcing no. 3); No. 3: The mild power subdues; No. 4: September 1962. Includes an authentic reproduction of KILLL! Magazine July 1962; No.5: Gala Xmas Number; No.6: A frigid wife ruined me; No.7: A look at the white problem; No. 8-9: True Professions 1 & 2; No. 10: Kill for Peace, together with the rare supplement Fuck for Peace. Very good collection, quite rare together. Laid in No. 3 a prospectus of Birth Press publications.