No Place: Hot Bird MFG, 1993. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Simple 8 1/2 x 11" format. Stapled once at top left corner. Printed on rectos only. This issue includes seven poems by Gilfillan. Front cover is toned and has offsetting. Internally clean. All issues of this small press poetry magazine seem uncommon these days.
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Bowling Green: Doones, 1970. First edition. Paperback. Wide stapled wrappers. Cover art by Joe Brainard. The uncommon second issue of this poetry magazine edited by Ray DiPalma. Excellent lineup of contributors includes Jim Dine, Michael Lally, Tom Raworth and much more. A clean near fine example.
Athen, OH: Ohio University, 1975. First edition. Paperback. Trade paperbound volume. 130 pp. This issue notable for the inclusion of an interview with Philip Levine who has SIGNED this copy at the introduction to the interview. Also contributions by Wright, Asgbery etc. A very good plus copy.
San Marcos, CA: 1913 Press, 2009. First edition. Paperback. Thick paperbound quarto. 254 pp magazine of poetry and poetics. With contributions by Bill Berkson, Jena Osman, Elizabeth Willis, Fanny Howe, Alan Halsy and more. A very good example.
East Lansing: Red Cedar Review, 1978. First edition. Paperback. Tall trade paperbound volume. Volume XII Issue 2 of this literary magazine published at Michigan State University. Very good condition in bound illustrated wrappers. Notable for the inclusion of four poems by M. R. Doty.
Cleveland: Case Western University, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Small decorated stapled wrappers. The summer 1980 issue of this poetry magazine. Very good condition.
Detroit: Straits / Detroit Free Press, 1984. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Literary magazine which includes an informal talk with Ed Dorn, poems by Henning, Tysh, Glen Mannisto and others. Near fine condition in stapled wrappers. A newsletter of the Detroit Free Press.
Santa Fe: Tyuonyi, 1991. First edition. Paperback. Square paperbound quarto. 224 pp. Erratum slip laid in. A double issue of Tyuonyi featuring contemporary French poetry. A very good copy. Faint age spots to top edge.
Dublin: William McGee / University of Dublin, 1869. First edition. Paperback. Seven issues of this Trinity College poetry magazine. They include #I, III, IV, V, VI, Volume II, No V, and Volume II, Number VI. Spanning the period 1869 to 1875. All issues quite worn with age. A few small...
Iowa City: Dave Morice, 1977. First edition. Paperback. 4to. A poetry booklet that was distributed during the Nonesuch Fair, an arts and games festival, sponsored by the Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department, Aprl 22-24, 1977. 15 oddly numbered (actually lettered) pages. Includes Poetry City U.S.A. by Morice, a poem...
Berkeley: Foot Magazine, 1962. First edition. Paperback. Second issue of this poetry journal edited by Richard Duerden and William Brown. Containing works by Spicer, Philip Whalen, Jess Collins, Gary Snyder, Duncan etc. Covers worn and stained. A good copy overall of this uncommon early issue. SIGNED on the front endpaper...
Kent, Ohio: Credences, 1977. First edition. Paperback. Fourth issue of this poetry journal edited by Robert Bertholf. Fine copy in illustrated wrappers.
Paris: Transition Press, 1948. First edition. Paperback. Small bound paper 8vo. 132 pp plus ads at rear. The first issue of the 'new" Transition magazine under the editorial tutelage of Georges Duthuit. A literary journal devoted to French literature with contributions by Jean-Paul Sartre, Eugene Jolas, Jean Wahl, Georges Bataille...
New York: Seditious Delicious, 1984. First edition. Paperback. Tall, side stapled wrappers. The first issue of this poetry magazine that specifically solicits"anti-authoritarian" poetry. Unpaginated. A very good example.
Syracuse: Syracuse University, 1958. First Edition. Paperback. Issue number ten of this literary journal published by the undergraduates at Syracuse University. Contains a poem by e. e. cummings ("Poem"). Also contributions by Dave Axelrod, Peter Trumball, Edward Elderman and others. Very good condition in tall stapled wrappers.
Brooklyn: Trobar, 1960. First edition. Paperback. Complete five volume set of poetry magazines edited by Economou and The Kellys. Published between 1960 and 1964. A periodical that became the defining vessel of the deep image movement in modern poetry. With contributions across the numbers by Robert Duncan, Louis Zukofsky, Anselm...
Silver Spring: Vort, 1972. First edition. Paperback. 4to. First issue of this series of publications edited by Barry Alpert that include detailed interviews and related articles on two different poets each issue. This copy nicely INSCRIBED by the editor to Ron (Padgett?) on the first page. A near fine copy...
Madison: Quixote, No date (1967). First edition. Paperback. Folio. Thick oversized stapled wrappers. Collage illustration to front cover. N.d. but likely from 1967. A very good copy. 183 pp. Volume V Number 4 of Morris Edelson's aptly named and numbered small press poetry magazine. (If anyone can quite figure out...
Washington DC: Working Cultures, 1978. First edition. Paperback. Small paper quarto. 40 pp. The first and likely only issue of this poetry magazine edited by Edgcomb. Includes work by Rena Yount, Martha Tabor, Denise Oliver and others. A very good example in bound decorated wrappers.
San Francisco: Wild Dog, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Issue number 14 of this poetry magazine edited by Gino Clays and Drew Wagnon. A sharp fine copy in tall stapled wrappers. Contributions by earle Birney, Eigner, Mel Buffington and others.
Sewanee, TN: Sewanee Review, 1946. First edition. Paperback. Winter 1946 issue of this long running literary magazine edited by Allen Tate. Notable for the inclusion of What Is Minor Poetry? by T. S. Eliot. A very good example in bound printed wrappers.
Washington DC: Titanic Books, 1977. First edition thus. Paperback. 4to. A very good copy in stapled illustrated wrappers. One of 200 trade copies. This copy SIGNED by Elmslie on the title page. Some toning to covers.
Washington DC: Titanic Books, 1977. First edition thus. Paperback. 4to. A very good clean copy in stapled illustrated wrappers. This is one of only 26 special copies with SIGNED original collage work tipped in.
Reno: Camels Coming, 1967. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Seventh issue of this small press poetry magazine edited by Richard Morris. A very good clean copy in side-stapled wrappers with cover art by Walt McNamara.
Princeton: Quarterly Review of Literature, 1984. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. Edited by T & R. Weiss. A near fine copy in bound wrappers of this literary quarterly. Notable for the inclusion of Canicula di Anna, the first "book" by Anne Carson. A 39 pp section of poems by Carson contained...