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Wake 11. Conrad Aiken Number, Aiken, Conrad; Lowry, Malcom; Moore, Marianne; Cowley, Malcom et al.
1 Aiken, Conrad; Lowry, Malcom; Moore, Marianne; Cowley, Malcom et al. Wake 11. Conrad Aiken Number
New York Wake editions, Publisher 1952 no Wraps Good 
Illustrated wraps, a portrait of Conrad Aiken by Mary Hoover Aiken. A single issue of this little magazine, primarily featuring work by Conrad Aiken. This includes excerpts from his forthcoming work 'Ushant,' nine poems, and 'An Anatomy of Melancholy.' With 'A Letter' by Malcolm Lowry, work by Marianne Moore, Malcolm Cowley and others. GOOD condition. Wrappers browned, with minor soiling and staining. Light bumping and creasing along the corners. Small split at the head of the spine. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 Alain-Fournier et al Accent. A Quarterly of New Literature. Winter, 1956
Urbana Accent, Publisher 1956 no Wraps Very Good 
Yellow printed wraps. 71 pp. A single issue of this magazine devoted to literature and poetry, with this one containing a short piece by Alain-Fournier, as well as work by many other authors. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning, soiling and edgewear. D in pencil to the upper front wrap. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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The Seven Arts. June, 1917, Anderson, Sherwood; O'Neill, Eugene; Bynner, Witter; Bourne, Randolph et al
3 Anderson, Sherwood; O'Neill, Eugene; Bynner, Witter; Bourne, Randolph et al The Seven Arts. June, 1917
New York The Seven Arts Publishing Company 1917 no Wraps Good 
Blue wraps. An issue of this literary or little magazine, featuring prose by Eugene O'Neill and Sherwood Anderson, a poem by Witter Bynner, etc. With an essay by the noted leftist and pacifist, Randoph Bourne, 'The War and the Intellectuals,' which critiques those with pro-World War I stances. The Seven Arts was a little magazine founded by Waldo Frank and James Oppenheim, who hoped to give voice to emerging artists. GOOD condition. Heavy chipping, splitting, tearing and loss to the wrappers along the spine, with the covers tenuously holding together. General fading and toning to the wrappers. Minor creasing. Rear cover stained and soiled. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Paris Review. Number 47. Summer 1969, Ashbery, John; Creeley, Robert; Sanders, Ed; Plymell, Charles; Graves, Robert; Hockney, David (art).
4 Ashbery, John; Creeley, Robert; Sanders, Ed; Plymell, Charles; Graves, Robert; Hockney, David (art). The Paris Review. Number 47. Summer 1969
Paris/New York The Paris Review, Publisher 1969 no Wraps Very Good 
Brightly colored illustrated wraps. 159 pp. A single issue of this literary magazine, featuring poetry, fiction and essays. This includes 'The Art of Poetry XI' by Robert Graves; illustrations by British artist David Hockney; three poems by John Ashbery; 'The Edge' by Robert Creeley; poetry by Ed Sanders, Charles Plymell and others. VERY GOOD condition. Crease present along the front hinge. Minor toning and edgewear. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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5 Berger, John; Brecht, Bertolt; Voznesensky, Andrei; Malanga, Gerard; Kafka, Franz et al Chalk Circle. Volume 1, Number 1. April-May 1966
New York Chalk Circle Productions 1966 no Wraps Good 
Black wraps, with a tall rectangular photo of a US soldier. 72 pp. With a few illustrations. The first issue of this literary, 'little' magazine, featuring 'Criticism West of Suez,' by John Berger; 'The Anachronistic Procession of Freedom and Democray,' by Bertolt Brecht; 'The Negroes Sing,' a poem by Andrei Voznesensky; 'The Propertyless Workingmen's Association,' a political essay by Franz Kafka; and a poem 'The Young Mod,' by Gerard Malanga, among work by other authors. This first issue reflects a slightly subversive, experimental tone in writing and subject matter, with pieces reflecting on left wing politics, as well as (indirectly) the Civil Rights movement. GOOD+ condition. Minor fading, rubbing and scuffing, a bit heavier along the extremities. Some browning along the rear spine. Small spot on the center front cover. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Buffalo Stamps. Number 7. The Last Buffalo., Berkson, Bill; Clark, Tom; Padgett, Ron; Brownstein, Michael; Dorn, Ed et al..
6 Berkson, Bill; Clark, Tom; Padgett, Ron; Brownstein, Michael; Dorn, Ed et al.. Buffalo Stamps. Number 7. The Last Buffalo.
Chevy Chase, MD Electro-Magnetic-Flux, Publisher 1973 no Wraps Very Good 
Printed yellow wraps. 95 pp. The last issue of this 'little' magazine, featuring work by Bill Berkson, Tom Clark, Ron Padgett, Michael Brownstein, Ed Dorn, Alice Notley and others. Also contains an index that lists all authors published in all seven issues of the magazine, with magazine number included. VERY GOOD condition. Minor fading and scuffing to the wraps. Minor creasing to the covers, with a large wrinkle in the paper of the rear, an apparent imperfection in the stock. Spine sunned. Interior clean and solid, with minor toning to the paper. (Clay and Phillips, p. 267). 
Price: 40.00 USD
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7 Blackmur, R.P.; Scott, Winfield; Bunting, Basil; Winters, Yvor et al. Hound and Horn. January-March 1933. Volume VI, Number 2.
Concord, NH N. Adshead and Son, Printers 1933 no Wraps Good 
Wraps. Pagination runs 205-376. A single issue of this literary magazine featuring 'Sea Miscellany,' poems by R.P. Blackmur; 'Nightmare' a poem by Winfield Scott; correspondence from Basil Bunting on 'An Objectivist Anthology,' with a reply by Yvor Winters; articles on film, dance, music, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate browning to the wraps, heavy along the spine. Moderate bumping, chipping and creasing along the extremities. Minor tearing and loss at the head and tail of the spine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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8 Brecht, Bertolt; Pasternak, Boris; Aragon, Louis; Neruda, Pablo et al Accent. A Quarterly of New Literature. Autumn 1946
Urbana Accent, Publisher 1946 no Wraps Good 
Orange printed wraps. 64 pp. A single issue of this magazine devoted to literature and poetry, with this one containing poetry by Pablo Neruda and Louis Aragon, two short plays by Bertolt Brecht, and an excerpt from an autobiography by Boris Pasternak, titled 'The Death of Mayakovsky.' GOOD condition. Heavy fading along the spine. General fading, minor soiling and edgewear. Date in pencil to the upper front cover. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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9 Bukowski, Charles; Baraka, Amiri; Vallejo, Cesar; Corman, Cid et al. World Letter Number 3.
Iowa City, IA World Letter, Publisher 1992 no Wraps Good 
Illustrated wraps. 45 pp. With a few illustrations. A single issue of this little magazine edited by Jon Cone featuring poetry from around the world, including work by Cesar Vallejo, Charles Bukowski. Amiri Baraka and others. GOOD+ condition. Minor soiling, scuffing and wrinkling to the covers. Light edgewear and toning. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Quixote. Vol. 1. No. 2. December, 1965, Cesair, Aime; Depestre, Rene; Minh, Ho Chi; Ochester, Edwin et al.
10 Cesair, Aime; Depestre, Rene; Minh, Ho Chi; Ochester, Edwin et al. Quixote. Vol. 1. No. 2. December, 1965
Wisconsin Third Coast Press 1968 no Wraps Good 
Stated second printing. Illustrated wraps. Booklet. 66 pp., including covers. With a few illustrations. A second printing of this little magazine published by the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin. This issue with poetry and work by Ho Chi Minh, Aime Cesair, Rene Depestre and others. GOOD condition. Uneven browning, some minor spots of staining and minor soiling to the covers. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Gone Soft. Spring 1977. Vol. 2 No. 4, Chinmoy, Sri et al.
11 Chinmoy, Sri et al. Gone Soft. Spring 1977. Vol. 2 No. 4
Salem, MA Gone Soft, Publisher 1977 no Wraps Good 
Illustrated wraps. 80 pp. With a few illustrations throughout. A single issue of this 'little' magazine published by students at Salem State College in Massachusetts. With two poems by Sri Chinmoy, the noted Indian spiritual master and teacher of meditation. GOOD condition. Wrappers browned, especially along the extremities. Some soiling, general fading and some scuffing. Minor curling along the extremities. A few small stains present. Interior clean and solid. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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12 Coates, Walter John (editor); Various Authors Driftwind. A Magazine of Verse. March, 1940. Vol. XIV, No. 9
North Montpelier, VT Walter John Coates, Publisher 1940 no Wraps Very Good 
Illustrated wraps. Pagination runs 253-282. With a few small illustrations throughout. A single issue of this 'little' magazine devoted to poetry, featuring a section of Vermont poets. Authors include Samuel Allard, Anita Miller, Jane Alden, Wendell Stafford and many others. Driftwind was a magazine founded by Walter John Coates, a former minister turned publisher. Much of his efforts were undertaken to document and preserve work by Vermont poets. VERY GOOD condition. Minor fading and edgewear. Small tape repair at the head of the spine. Minor toning to the paper. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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L'Alouette: A Magazine of Verse. November, 1933, Coe, Merwin; Austin, Carolyn; Greenberg, Jack, et al
13 Coe, Merwin; Austin, Carolyn; Greenberg, Jack, et al L'Alouette: A Magazine of Verse. November, 1933
Medford, MA C.A.A. Parker, Publisher 1933 no Wraps Good 
Black wraps. 40 pp., plus ads. A single issue of this little magazine devoted to poetry, featuring work by Merwin Coe, Carolyn Austin, Jack Greenberg and others. GOOD+ condition. General fading, minor soiling and scuffing. Minor chipping and creasing along the extremities. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Angel Hair 6. Spring 1969., Coolidge, Clark; O'Hara, Frank; Berrigan, Ted; Malanga, Gerard; Carroll, Jim; Padgett, Ron et al.
14 Coolidge, Clark; O'Hara, Frank; Berrigan, Ted; Malanga, Gerard; Carroll, Jim; Padgett, Ron et al. Angel Hair 6. Spring 1969.
Williamstown, MA Chapel Press, Printers 1969 no Wraps Good 
Illustrated wraps. Folio. Cover by George Schneeman. A single issue of this little magazine, featuring poetry and work by Clark Coolidge, Jim Carroll, Ted Berrigan, Gerard Malanga, Kenneth Koch, and many others. The last of six issues published, envisioned by the editors as "focus[ing] on poets of the New York School," as well as West Coast authors (A Secret Location, p. 179). GOOD+ condition. Uneven browning to the wrappers, especially the spine. Minor soiling. Large diagonal crease to the rear cover. A few pencil corrections in text. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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The Iowa State Liquor Store. A Magazine of Literature and the Arts. Vol. 2 No. 1. Winter 1970., Creeley, Robert; Fischer, Norman; Kittredge, William; Knoepfle, John et al.
15 Creeley, Robert; Fischer, Norman; Kittredge, William; Knoepfle, John et al. The Iowa State Liquor Store. A Magazine of Literature and the Arts. Vol. 2 No. 1. Winter 1970.
Iowa City Union Board, Publisher 1970 no Wraps Very Good 
Illustrated wraps. 75 pp. A few black and white illustrations throughout. A single issue of the literary or little magazine published by University of Iowa students. This issue includes 'Soup' by Robert Creeley, work by Norman Fischer, William Kittredge, John Knoepfle and others. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning to the wraps. Very light creasing. 
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Accent. A Quarterly of New Literature. Autumn, 1949, Creeley, Robert; Welty, Eudora; Blish, James et al.
16 Creeley, Robert; Welty, Eudora; Blish, James et al. Accent. A Quarterly of New Literature. Autumn, 1949
Urbana Accent, Publisher 1949 no Wraps Very Good 
Orange printed wraps. 62 pp. A single issue of this magazine devoted to literature and poetry, with this one containing an early appearance by Robert Creeley with the poem 'Gangster,' as well as a piece by Eudora Welty 'Put me in the Sky!' VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning, fading and soiling to the wraps. Light toning to the text block. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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The Whim. A Periodical with Several Tendencies. Volume 8. No. 2. September, 1904., Crosby, Ernest et al. Prieth, Benedict; Crosby, Ernest (editors).
17 Crosby, Ernest et al. Prieth, Benedict; Crosby, Ernest (editors). The Whim. A Periodical with Several Tendencies. Volume 8. No. 2. September, 1904.
Newark The Whim, Publisher 1904 no Wraps Good 
Decorative wraps. A single issue of this little magazine, featuring a lengthy review of a Clarence Darrow book, as well as short quips and essays on various philosophic, cultural and political topics. With a very brief suggestion at the bottom of one essay alluding to storing the power of the sun (solar energy). The Whim was a little magazine often containing opinions that reflected 'socialistic, anarchistic and anti-imperialist attitudes toward current events,' (MacLeod American Little Magazines, p. 66). Editors Benedict Prieth and Ernest Crosby were noted as reformers, pacifists and Christian anarchists (MacLeod, p. 66). GOOD condition. Diagonal crease at the top right front cover, with other minor creasing, wrinkling and tearing along the extremities. Minor soiling and fading to the wraps. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Wake 10, cummings, e.e.; Levertov, Denise; H.D. et al
18 cummings, e.e.; Levertov, Denise; H.D. et al Wake 10
New York Wake Editions 1951 no Wraps Good 
Printed wraps. 112 pp. A single issue of this little magazine containing poetry and prose. This includes a prose piece 'Jottings' by e.e. cummings; poetry by H.D. and a poem by Denise Levertov, among others. GOOD condition. Wrappers toned, with minor to moderate scattered foxing, heavier along the spine and rear cover. Staining present along the staples. Minor soiling and edgewear. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Floating Bear a newsletter. Barely Afloat. Issue #31, DiPrima, Diane (editor); Duncan, Robert; Wieners, John
19 DiPrima, Diane (editor); Duncan, Robert; Wieners, John Floating Bear a newsletter. Barely Afloat. Issue #31
New York The Floating Bear/Poets Press, Publisher 1965 no Wraps Good 
Wraps, stapled along the left edge. 8 by 11 inches. Cover illustration by Jess Collins. 16 pages including covers. A single issue of this influential 'little' magazine, part of the 'mimeo revolution.' Featuring poetry by John Wieners, as well as an essay/notes from a reading at the Poetry Center in San Francisco, given by Robert Duncan in 1959. This copy is addressed in blue ink to Liam O'Gallagher in San Francisco, presumably the avant-garde sound artist and painter. O'Gallagher's San Francisco loft was known as a gathering for Beat poets, including Allen Ginsberg (see New York Times obituary for the previous information). The Floating Bear was started in 1961 as 'a mimeographed newsletter distributed by mailing list whose mission was the speedy dissemination of new literary work.' (Clay and Phillips p. 74-75). GOOD condition. Center horizontal fold crease present, with several staple holes at the top and bottom of the work. Moderate to heavy uneven browning to the paper. Minor soiling, some wrinkling as well as minor curling at the corners. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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20 Dunetz, Lora; Nameroff, Rochelle; Sly, Samantha; Scott, David Joseph; Bodeen, Jim et al Centerfold
No Place Centrum Poetry Symposium, presumed Publisher 1980 no Wraps Good 
Blue wraps, side stapled. 66 pp., plus a centerfold illustrations. A 'little' magazine in the mimeo style, containing poetry from many different writers, several reflecting on themes of travel and living in the American West. This appears to be a publication issued by the Centrum Poetry Symposium, perhaps part of the various workshops and residencies offered by Centrum in Port Townsend, Washington. GOOD+ condition. General uneven fading to the wraps, with minor soiling, browning and a few small stains. Light creasing at the corners. Rear cover with blue scuffs. Interior clean and solid. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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