Northampton: Sand Project Press, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Issue number 14 of this small press poetry magazine. Near fine condition in tall side-stapled wrappers. Poems by Coolidge, George Tysh, Ted Greenwald and others. No date indicated.
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Boulder: Human Means Press, 1986. First edition. Paperback. Small press poetry magazine edited by Todd Pinney & Ethie Stearns. A near fine copy in tall side-stapled wrappers. Cover art by George Schneeman. Contributions by Harris Schiff, Vincent Katz, Joanne Kyger, Rudy Burckhardt, Coolidge and more.
Woodstock and Paris: The Maverick Press, 1938. First edition. Paperback. Small paperbound 8vo. 139 pp plus ads at rear. The first issue of this literary quarterly edited by Cooney and Henry Miller. Includes Pan In America by D. H. Lawrence, The Universe of Death by Henry Miller along with other...
Monrovia, CA: Little Caesar, 1977. First edition. Paperback. Stapled stiff wrappers. The uncommon second issue of Dennis Cooper and Jim Glaeser's small press literary magazine. 44 pp. Includes contributions by Padgett, Lyn Lifshin, Wayne McNeil, Gerald Locklin and more. A clean very good copy in stapled photo-illustrated wrappers. This copy...
Los Angeles: Little Caesar Press, 1980. First edition. Paperback. Tenth issue of this well respected literary journal edited by Dennis Cooper. Light staining to covers else a very good copy in bound photo-illustrated wrappers.
Boston: Fire Exit, No Date. First edition. Paperback. Single large sheet of paper, folded thrice to form a booklet. Printed on both sides. Poems by Jay Boggis with drawings by Gerald Coble. Not dated. A very good copy.
Boston: Boston Eagle, 1973. First edition. Paperback. Thick Side-stapled wrappers. The first issue of Corbett's small press poetry magazine. Unpaginated. A clean very good example.
Boston: Boston Eagle, 1974. First edition. Paperback. Thick Side-stapled wrappers. The third issue of Corbett's small press poetry magazine. Unpaginated and printed on rectos only. A clean very good example.
Ann Arbor: OtherWind Press, 1989. First edition. Paperback. Volume 4 Number 1 of this literary journal edited by Pat Smith. Flexi-disk tipped in as called for. Poems by Waldman, Corman, Robert Kelly, John Sinclair and more. Fine condition in thick decorated bound wrappers.
Reno: Clayton Eshleman, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. First issue of this short lived poetry magazine. This issue features poems of Cesar Vallejo translated by Corman and Eshleman. Very good condition in stapled decorated wrappers.
San Francisco: Gryphon, 1950. First Edition. Paperback. Issue number two of this poetry magazine edited by Richard Rubenstein. Contributions by Cid Corman (who has SIGNED and dated this copy), Robert Creeley, E. E. Cummings, Guillaume Apollinaire, Tu Fu and others. Near fine copy in small stapled wrappers. Signed by Author.
Dorchester: Origin, 1953. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. The eleventh issue of Cid Corman's highly respected literary journal. This issue focuses on works by Artaud and colleagues. A clean very good copy in bound printed wrappers.
Massachusetts: Origin, 1951. First edition. Paperback. Stapled wrappers. Third issue of Cid Corman's important poetry journal. Featuring contributions by Bronk, Olson, Richard Wilbur, Dick Boyce and others. This is the Fall 1951 issue. In very good condition.
Kyoto: Cid Corman, 1963. First edition. Paperback. 8vo. Paper wrappers. The April 1963 issue of Cid Corman's highly influential world poetry magazine. From the second series. One of 300 copies printed. This issue is devoted to Post-War Italian Poetry. Very good or better copy.
Philadelphia: Tamarisk, 1980. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Literary magazine edited by Barone and Deborah Ducoff-Barone. A very good copy in bound illustrated wrappers.
New York: Columbia Review, 1963. First edition. Paperback. Winter 1963 issue of this literary journal. Featuring Jonathan Cott, Ron Padgett, Michael Nixon, Richard Tristman, Mitchell Hall and Phillip Lopate. 30 pp. Covers lightly worn. A very good example in photo-illustrated wrappers. Early contribution by Padgett.
Ann Arbor: Procession, 1932. First edition. Paperback. Staplebound oversized wrappers. The scarce second issue of this literary quarterly. Includes Gorham B. Munson's take on Ernest Hemingway plus Yvor Winters, two gouaches by Fernand Leger and much more. 36 pp. Light scuffs to outer wrapper else a very handsome copy.
No Place: Spectrum, 1968. First edition. Paperback. Obscure magazine edited by Barry Holtzclaw and Ronald Ellsworth. Notable for the inclusion of a poem by Robert Creeley entitled Pieces. Creeley has SIGNED the poem at his contribution. Very good condition.
Oxford, England: The Review, 1964. First Edition. Paperback. Issue 10 of this poetry magazine edited by Ian Hamilton. Notable for the inclusion of a number of poems from the Black Mountain School. Contributions by Creeley, Duncan, Levertov, Charles Olson, Louis Zukofsky and more. Very good condition in stapled wrappers. Prior...
New York: AMS Press, 1969. First edition. Cloth. 8vo. Three volume set of books reprinting the seven issues of Robert Creeley's Black Mountain Review (BMR), Includes a new Creeley introduction written specially for this occasion. BMR was a small press literary magazine and house organ at Black Mountain College during...
Buffalo: Anonym, 1968. Second printing. Paperback. Stated second printing of the first volume of this poetry journal edited by Mark K. Robison. Very good condition in thick stapled wrappers. Includes work by Ginsberg, Creeley, Lewis MacAdams, John Logan and much more.
London: Granta, 1964. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Literary magazine edited by Stephen Gray, John Barrell and Nick Humphrey. This issue with a special American poetry section featuring Creeley, John Wieners, Ed Dorn, Charles Olson and others. A very good copy.
Kyoto: TransPacific, 1970 - 72. First edition. Paperback. Wide stapled wrappers. Six consecutive issues of this poetry magazine whose focus is on poetry and literature from world-wide writers including those from Japan, Vietbnam, Ireland, Mexico, Yugoslavia and many other places, but also includes in each issue a selection of poems...
Cambridge: Halcyon, 1948. First edition. Paperback. First issue of this literary magazine edited by Albert Cook and Aaron Rosen. Notable for the inclusion of two early poems by James merrill plus work by Cummings, Nemerov, Walter Elder, Stanley Moss and others. Very good condition.
Salesbury, Blackburn: BB Bks, No Date. First edition. Paperback. 4to. A single issue of this uncommon underground poetry magazine edited by dave Cunliffe. N.D., but circa 1970. A very good copy stapled at top with pages inverted so needs to be read from both front and back.