Oregon: Reed College, 1949. First edition. Paperback. February 1949 issue of this student literary journal published at Reed College. This issue is notable for containing the third appearance in print by Philip Whalen, a five page poem entitled "From The Temptation of St. Anthony". Very good condition in decorated stapled wrappers.
Small Press Poetry Little Magazines
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Kent: Paul Buck, 1972. First edition. Paperback. 4to. 40 pp. One shot poetry magazine edited by Paul Buck. Dedicated to Mark Hiatt who had just passed away in 1972. Surrealist themes. Very good condition in tall side-stapled wrappers. Uncommon magazine.
New York: The New York Quarterly, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Two issues of this literary quarterly sold here together. Edited by William Packard. Contributions by Bukowski, Robert Lowell, Stanley Kunitz, Ashbery, Sexton, Auden and much more. Both issues in clean very good condition in bound wrappers.
Sacramento: Runcible Spoon, 1970. First Edition. Paperback. First edition, one of 200 copies in stapled decorated wrappers with silkscreen cover by T. L. Kryss. Contains poems by Bukowski, Blazek, Robert Creeley and more. An uncommon title. Near fine condition.
Santa Fe: Pulse, 1971. First edition. Paperback. Fourth issue of this small press poetry bulletin edited by Norm Moser. Notable for the inclusion of several pieces by Charles Bukowski. Two large sheets, folded, to form a booklet. Very good condition. Uncommon.
San Francisco: X-Ray Book Company, 1998. First edition. Paperback. Issue number seven (of ten in total) of this magazine of art and poetry. A fine copy in vello-bound wrappers. Contributions by Bukowski, Dan Fante, Childish, Hubert Selby Jr., Bern Porter and many others. Filled with poems, drawings and found objects...
Santa Ana: Medina Press, 1983. First Edition. Paperback. Fall/Winter Issue Number 31 of this poetry magazine. A fine copy in decorated stapled wrappers. Includes A Split by Charles Bukowski. Also work by John Thomas, Gerald Locklin, Herman Hesse and many others. Uncommon.
Eugene: University of Oregon, 1962. First edition. Paperback. Three issues of this literary magazine edited by Edward van Aelstyn. The common denominator of these three issues is that they all contain contributions by Charles Bukowski. All three in very good condition. Published in 1962, 1963 and 1978, respectively.
Tustin: Medina Press, 1984. First Edition. Paperback. Near fine copy in decorated stapled wrappers. Scarce poetry journal featuring Bukowski, John Thomas, Susan Anderson and more.
No Place: Second Coming Press, 1972. First Edition. Paperback. Volume 1 Number 2 of this small press poetry magazine edited by A. D. Winans. Near fine condition. William Wantling, Al Masarik, Lyn Lifshin, Judson Crews, Greg Kuzma and others join Buk and Ferlinghetti in this issue.
San Francisco: Pneumatic Press, 1995. First Edition. Paperback. Letter R of 26 special SIGNED copies of this extraordinary little magazine of poetry and art. A fine copy. SIGNED by Ginsberg, August Kleinzahler and others. Signed by Author.
Storrs: Clock Radio, 1987. First Edition. Paperback. First edition. Special double issue of this poetry journal featuring several poems by Charles Bukowski. Edited by Jay Dougherty. A fine copy in decorated card wrappers.
Columbus: Galen Green, 1976. First Edition. Paperback. Volume I Number III of this small press poetry magazine edited by Galen and Kate Green. Includes poems by Bukowski (Rip-off), Greg Kuzma, Lyn Lifshin and others. A. very good copy in decorated stapled wrappers with offsetting tp front cover.
Reno: Sierra Arts Foundation, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Small press poetry magazine in tabloid newsprint format. Actually printed on higher quality paper than most newspaper formatted magazines. Includes two poems by Bukowski. Also with contributions by Lyn Lifshin, Al Maserik, Antler, Robert Ishi and many more. 32 pp. Folded...
Santa Cruz: Quarry, 1973. First Edition. Paperback. Third issue of this poetry magazine edited by John Kucich, David Myers and Paul Skenazy. Near fine in oblong bound wrappers. Contributions by Bukowski, Blazek, Greg Kuzma, Joyce Carol Oates, Stephen Dixon and many others.
Milwaukee: Shore Press, 1975. First edition. Paperback. Scarce small press poetry magazine edited by Kenn Kwint. Featuring work by Bukowski, Clayton Eshleman, Eric Torgersen et al. A clean near fine copy in stapled wrappers.
San Francisco: Manic Press, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. Issue #1 Summer 1967 of this attractively designed poetry magazine in stapled decorated wrappers. Poems by Harold Nourse, Doug Blazek, Bukowski and many mor. A sharp near fine copy.
Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum, 1973. First Edition. Paperback. First edition in thick bound decorated wrappers. A poetry anthology edited by Paul Vangelisti. Near fine condition. Laid into this copy is the editor's business card and a brief handwritten letter SIGNED by Vangelisti. Signed by Author.
Nebraska: Pebble and The Best Cellar Press, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Issue number 9 of this poetry journal edited by Greg Kuzma. Notable for the inclusion of two poems by Bukowski. Also Wantling, Keith Wilson, Duane Ackerson and others contribute. A near fine copy.
New York: Tompkins Square Press, 1966. First edition. Paperback. First issue (of two) of this literary magazine edited by Michael Perkins. Includes Bukowski letters, a section from a novel by Appolinaire and more. Soiling to covers. In good to very good minus condition in thick stapled wrappers.
Stockton: Wormwood, 1972. First Edition. Paperback. Issue 48 of Marvin Malone's long running poetry magazine. Clean very good copy in stapled wrappers. Bukowski, Wild, separate sextion by Chuck Stetler and more.
San Francisco: Second Coming Press, 1973. First Edition. Paperback. Double issue of this poetry magazine featuring work by Bukowski, Lyn Lifshin and many others. This was editor A. D. Winans' copy. A near fine example.
Los Angeles: Electrum, 1985. First Edition. Paperback. Spring/Summer 1985 issue of this poetry magazine. A crease to lower front cover else a bright very good or better copy in tall stapled wrappers. Includes a conversation with Wanda Coleman, work by Charles Bukowski, Peter Carr, gerald Locklin, Curtis Zahn, Kurt Nimmo...
Lawrence, KS: Tellus, 1978. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. Stapled illustrated wrappers. The scarce first issue of Stephen Bunch's small press poetry magazine. 52 pp. Toning near spine and some light stains to rear panel. A very good copy overall. Cover art by Carol Collier.
Lawrence, KS: Stephen Bunch / Tellus, 1979. First edition. Paperback. paper 8vo. Scarce second issue of Stephen Bunch's small press poetry magazine.48 pp. Featuring Jim Bogan, John Perlman, Diane Hueter, Edward Dorn and others. Covers a bit toned at edges. A very good copy overall. Only three institutions have any...