Buffalo: State University of New York, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Trade paperbound book. 206 pp. Edited by Robert Bertholf. Includes an interview with Michael McClure plus contributions by George Butterick, John Taggart, Rae Armantrout, Lyn Hejinian, William Carlos Williams and others. A good copy in bound illustrated wrappers.
Small Press Poetry Little Magazines
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Paris: Points, 1950. First edition. Paperback. The rare 8th issue of this literary magazine edited by Bisiaux and Vail. Notable for the inclusion of "Shades of Darkness (Three Impressions)" by a young Canadian writer named Mordecai Richler. His first published work. This magazine in good condition. Paper is toned with...
San Francisco: Wild Dog, 1965. First edition. Paperback. 4to. 68 pp poetry journal edited by Drew and Terry Wagnon. Includes work by Joanne Kyger, Ginsberg, Tuli Kupferberg and much more. Front cover loose from top staple. Blank rear cover lacking, else very good.
New York: Cuchulain, 1967. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Uncommon poetry magazine edited by M. G. Stephens with cover design by Diane Sanders. Some intended handwritten material on front cover including some names of contributors to the magazine. Per the colophon "no. 1 of one, Scotia poetry sheet, i.e. Irish American...
San Francisco: Mithrander, 1963. First edition. Paperback. Presumed one-shot poetry magazine edited by Tony Sherrod. A very good copy in stapled wrappers with cover art by Graham Mackintosh. This copy INSCRIBED by Lewis Ellingham with his hand corrections. Very attractive production.
Goshen: Siegmann Printing, 1966. First edition. Paperback. Scarce first issue of this little poetry magazine edited by John Taggert. Cover artwork by Herbert Bayer. A very good copy in oblong stapled wraps. Contributions by Russell Edson, Ken irby, Paul Blackburn and more. Laid into this copy is a short one-page...
Paris: Editons Nepe, 1981. First edition. Paperback. Thick and wide bound wrappers. Issue number 35 of this fascinating French based magazine combining the worlds of art and poetry. Over 400 pp. Some creasing to covers. A well-thumbed copy, but still in quite good condition. Too many contributors to name.
Paris: Editons Nepe, 1987. First edition. Paperback. Thick and wide bound wrappers. Double Issue Numbers 87 and 88 of this fascinating French based magazine combining the worlds of art and language. Over 340 pp. A handsome near fine. Too many contributors to name.
London: School / Rolls House Publishing, 1934. First edition. Paperback. Periodical. Wide 8vo. 38 pp. A clean very good copy of the January 1934 issue of this literary periodical edited by Christopher Blake. Includes contributions by Amy Drucker, M. C. Quinn, Alfred Wolmark, Bernard Shaw and others.
No Place: Magazine of Further Studies, No date. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Very good copies in corrogated cardboard covers with paper label and rough cord, respectively. . A poetry magazine featuring Ed Sanders, Charles Olson, Robin Blaser and much more. No publication info provided. Two issues sold here together.
Sarnia, Ontario: Wagtail, 1970. First edition. Paperback. First three issues of this scarce Canadian little poetry magazine edited by John Highfield. All three issues in clean very good condition. Poems by Blazek, Kooser and more.
Berkeley: Noh Directions Press, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Fourth issue of this poetry magazine edited by John Oliver Simon. Contains work by Alta, Blazek, Lifshin, Locklin, Brown Miller and others. A very good example in stapled red wrappers.
Saint Louis: Eastgate Press, 1966. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. First issue of this literary journal edited by the Blevins boys. Featuring a long section of work by Robert Creeley. Also work by Barriss Mills, R. V. Cassill, Donald Kummings and others. A nearly fine copy in printed stapled wrappers.
No Place: Gene Bloom, No date. First edition. Paperback. 4to. A privately printed satirical poetry magazine spearheaded by Gene Bloom. Published in an edition of 300 copies. Listed as number 2 "in a hopefully definite series of little littles mismanagement & mental anguish abuse to societies stockholders". Very good condition...
Flagstaff: Bughouse, 1994. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. 44 pp. Winter 1994 first issue of this poetry journal. A clean very good copy in bound illustrated wraps.
Detroit: Mode A, 2006. First edition. Paperback. Small paperbound book in printed dustwrapper. 79 pp. A fine copy in fine wrapper. Ten writers from what became known as the Language School of poets here work on an experiment in collective autobiography.
Detroit: Mode A, 2006. First edition. Paperback. Small paperbound books in printed dustwrapper. A fine set in fine wrappers. Ten writers from what became known as the Language School of poets here work on an experiment in collective autobiography. Complete ten volume set which ran from 2006 to 2010.
Ann Arbor: Overflow Writer, 1971. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Very good copy of this lit mag edited by R. F. Bodnar. Special New American Writers issue.
Boulder: Attaboy, 1976. First edition. Paperback. Tall trade paperbound book. Scarce first issue of this poetry journal edited by Bohe and MacAdams. Featuring work by Carol Berge, Michael Brownstein, Anne Waldman and several other New York School culprits. A fine example in bound illustrated wrappers.
Calgary: Imago, No date. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. Illustrated stapled wrappers. The uncommon second issue of George Bowering's small press "little magazine" devoted to the longer poem. This issue featuring work by Anselm Hollo plus George Montgomery, John Keys and more. Toning at spine, a closed tear near the bottom...
Oregon: Reed College / Abbott, Kerns & Bell, 1947. First edition. Paperback. Winter 1947 issue of this student literary journal published at Reed College. This issue is notable for containing the first three published poems by Philip Whalen (entitled IV, VIII and XVIII). Very good condition in oblong stapled wrappers...
Brooklyn: Fo A RM Magazine, 2003. First edition. Paperback. Wide octavo. First issue of this literary magazine. 52 pp. Very good condition in stapled illustrated wrappers.
Surrey: Sesheta, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Scarce second issue of this UK published New York School poetry magazine. Edited by Andi Wachtel and Richard Downing. Laid in to this copy is a small poetry postcard with a poem by Peter Schjeldahl. Contributions by Tom Raworth, Fielding Dawson, Maureen Owen, Donald...
San Francisco: Wild Dog, 1965. First edition. Paperback. Small press poetry magazine edited by Drew Wagnon and Gino Clays. This issue notable for the inclusion of work by Stan Brakhage, Clarence Major and more. Very good condition in tall side-stapled wrappers.
San Francisco: Hollow Orange, 1967. First edition. Paperback. Scarce fourth issue of this poetry magazine featuring works by Brautigan, Burke et al. A very good copy in wrap-around photo-illustrated wrappers.