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Vol. 3, No. 6 [Serial No. 27] (June, 1920). Goldwater 137. Contains "Palmer and the Outlaws" by Robert Minor, "Jim Larkin Goes to Jail" by Louise Bryant, "Why Copper Is Red" by W. F. Dunne, "Self-Determination of Nations," a speech by Nikolai Lenin, "Democracy and Revolution II" by Bertrand Russell..... 
Red cover illus. by Frank Walts. Vol. 6, No. 8 [Serial No. 64] (August, 1923). Goldwater 137. Contains material by Art Young, Hugo Gellert, C[harles] E. Ruthenberg, Maurice Becker, John Pepper [pseudonym of Josef Pogany], William Gropper, Claude McKay, Louis Ginsberg, Elsa Gidlow, Robert Minor, Victor Serge, Harrison George, Scott..... 
Cover illus by Frank Walts. Vol. 6, No. 9 [Serial No. 65] (September, 1923). Goldwater 137. Contains material by Art Young, Adolph Dehn, John Pepper [pseudonym of Josef Pogany], Edwin Seaver, Wanda Gäg, Jay Lovestone, Robert Minor, James Rorty, J. Louis Engdahl, William Gropper, Lydia Gibson, Floyd Dell, et al...... 
#1 (1990). Little magazine published & edited in Somerville, Mass. by Joseph Torra. This issue contains "Why Aimé Césaire" by T.J. Anderson III, three poems by Aimé Césaire, translated by Anderson & Richard Lanoie, and poetry & prose by Barbara Blatner, Thorpe Feidt, Lori Lubeski, Michael Franco, et al. 
Number One (Spring, 1969). First issue of this leftist literary journal published in Montreal. It contains "A Materialist Analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnets" by Pauline Kogan, "Anarchism and Reaction in Contemporary Afro-American Literature," "Vagabond Journalism: Literature and Criticism Underground," by J. S. Thompson, etc. 
Vol. I, No. 1 (Winter, 1947) - Vol. I, No. 4 (Fall, 1947). Goldwater 142. "Communist literary quarterly, complementary to the Communist theoretical organ, 'Political Affairs.' It combined in 1948 with the weekly 'New Masses' to form the monthly 'Masses and Mainstream'" - Goldwater. It was edited by Samuel Sillen..... 
San Francisco: McSweeney's, (2001). Nine volumes. 8vo. Wraps. Paginated variously. With a cloth-backed cardboard slip case which is open at top & bottom. Lacking the rubber band. The nine pamphlets are by Courtney Eldridge, Kevin Brockmeier, Ann Cummins, Michael Chabon, Heidi Julavits, J. T. Leroy, Allan Seager, A. M. Homes.....