[A One-Shot Periodical].

Numbers 1-6 (all published). New York: Interim Books, 1964
Underground literary magazine (originally intended as a one-shot, but continued as a series, Kirby Congdon was editor of Interim Books). Offered is the complete set.
Magazine: A One-Shot Periodical. New York: Interim Books (Editor Kirby Congdon), 1964. Copy 110 of 250. Staplebound, fold-out page. Mimeo poetry magazine. With contributions from Alden Nowlan, Will Inman, Anthony, Towne, Spencer Holst, Daniel Moore, Barbara Holland, James D. Callahan, Taylor Mead, Jay Socin, Richard K. Smith, John Keys, Larry Eigner, Duane Locke, George Bowering, Ree Dragonette, Peter Salmansohn, Frank Roth, Robert Rusk, William Wantling, Gonzalo Ar… Magazine 2 (Two, 1965) New York: Crank Books / Interim Books 1965 4to, 76pp (mimeographed), stapled wrappers. Number 284 of 500 numbered copies. Contribution by d. a. levy, Gregory Corso, Carol Berge (mentions Harry Everett Smith), Dave Cunliffe, Tina Morris, Jay Socin, George Dowden, Douglas Blazek, James Boyer May, Margaret Randall, Dan Saxon, Barbara Holland, et al. Includes fascinatingly detailed coverage of the sixties avant-garde as it happened (Carol Berge's article on poetry readings in NYC includes a passing mention of filmmaker Harry Everett Smith and his Kiowa Peyote Meeting recordings). Magazine 3 (Three) Interim Books, New York, NY 102 pages. 4to. Mimeographed literary anthology featuring poems by Carla Maria Blank, Charlene Davis, James L. Fenner, Maricla Moyano, among others with prose by Charles Bukowski, Gene Fowler, Cavan McCarthy, Tom McNamara, Cyril Miles and more. Additionally, this publication features reviews of books, articles and magazines. Book reviews include Jean Genet's The Theif's Journal and Ernest Hemingway's A Movable Feast. Includes a facsimile of an article by Dorothy Raymer, discussing poet and Interim Books editor Kirby Congdon. Includes a portrait of Barbara Holland by photographer Donald Curran. Publication is printed on staple-bound paper that features an illustrated wrap. Front wrapper lightly soiled. Magazine 4 (Mag 4, 1969) New York: Crank Books / Interim Books 1969 4to, 136pp (mimeographed), stapled wrappers. One of 500 copies of this mimeographed underground literary magazine, this issue largely devoted to writing on motorcycles. Publisher's flyer laid in, Carol Berge, Allen De Loach, Clayton Eshleman, Walter Lowenfels, Clarence Major, Gerard Malanga, Jay Socin, et al.Unmarked copy, chip to base of spine, patches of toning and wear to wrappers. Magazine 4. 1969. Original wrappers, lightly toned.; spine lightly damaged but overal a nice clean copy. This issue concntrates on motorcycle poems. One of 500 copies. Mimeo text with inserted photographic plates. Striking pictorial wrappers. A very good bright copy. "Concentrates on motorcycle poems to illustrate the editor's contention that poetry can and should extract itself from the lady's garden, the gentleman's parlor and the academician's research library." ) Motorcycle lore, poems, Vbusts by Richard Morriw, Geraldo Sobral, Dorothy Rymes, Jay Socin. MAGAZINE FIVE . New York: Intrepid Books, 1972. First Edition. Sewn glossy card covers; small 8vo., in a black cardboard box with pasted labels. Number 372 of 500. Box on excellent shap,only tiny imperfections at bottom corners).Ten chapbooks, mostly essays (Gregory Corso, Helen Adam and Congdon) with some poems by the likes of Congdon, Charles Bukowski, Joanne Kyger, Janine Pommy Vega, Lyn Lifshin, Tuli Kupferburg and others. Clay/Phillips p. 284 (seemingly an incomplete or confated listing). Of fve issues this was the only one in this format, the others mostly mimeo single issue. Magazine Six: the Key West Issue.Paperback, 151 pp. Small 4to. Errata sheet laid in; signed by the editor.

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