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BLACK & WHITE

Vol. I, No. 1 (June, 1939) thru Vol. II, No. 5 (June, 1940) + the original prospectus. Goldwater 22. Very good. [63287] (show more)

Price: $750.00

Complete run of thirteen issues of this left literary magazine edited in Los Angeles by Wilbur Needham and Byron Pumphrey and later by Jules Kievits. Associate editors included Haakon Chevalier, Cedric Belfrage, Edwin Corle, Elsa Gidlow, Carey McWilliams, Donald Ogden Stewart, Ella Winter, et al. Its contributors constituted a generous cross section of the California literary left, including Winter, Henry Myers, Lawrence Clark Powell, Gidlow, Mike Quin, Belfrage, Kathryn Peck, Dalton Trumbo, Meridel LeSueur, Meyer Levin, John Sanford, et al.

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THE CHAP-BOOK

Vol. IV, No. 10 (April 1, 1896) thru Vol. VI, No. 4 (January 1, 1897). Plus a separately issued Index to Volume V, from May 15 to November 1, 1896 Two issues have some cover soiling, the cover of one is torn at top of spine; else all are in very good to fine condition. [69834] (show more)

Price: $550.00

Run of 19 consecutive issues of this semi-monthly little magazine published in Chicago by Stone & Kimball (Herbert S. Stone & Co. after Vol. IV, No. 12). Many have cover designs by Tom Harris, John Bennett, Claude Bragdon, Max Beerbohm, Frank Hazenplug, et al. Laid in a few issues are color illustrations by Hazenplug (3) & Beerbohm, (4). Contributors include Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Bliss Carman, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, John Fox, Jr., John Davidson, Henry James, Katherine Tynan Hinkson, Maria Louise Pool, W. B. Yeats, Robert Louis Stevenson, Nora Hopper, Arthur Morrison, Octave Thanet, Ell Wheeler Wilcox, Louise Imogen Guiney, G. W. Cable, Joseph Pennell, Thomas Hardy, et al.

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JAPM: THE POETRY WEEKLY ("JUST ANOTHER POETRY MAGAZINE"), VOLUME ONE (JULY 2, 1928 - DEC. 24, 1928)

Atlantic City, N.J.: Benjamin Musser, 1928. 16mo. Purple cloth, stamped in gilt. Unpaginated. 1st edition. One of "fifteen specially bound and lettered copies of this first volume of JAPM of which ten copies only, nos. 6 to 15 inclusive, are for sale, this is Number Fourteen, signed for Lexie Dean Robertson by the editor Benjamin Musser." With a d. Faded at spine, some staining on binding, internally fine. [87344] (show more)

Price: $350.00

Binding by Ernest Hartsock, Bozart Press, Georgia. Special lettering by Benjamin Musser. With real photographs of the JAPM office & the editor affixed to a preliminary page. With author index bound in at rear. Weekly poetry magazine which lasted two years. Contributors included Ralph Cheyney, Stanton Coblentz, Charles Henri Ford, Clifford Gessler, Louis Ginsberg, Lilith Lorraine, Norman W. Macleod, Kenneth Porter, E. Merrill Root, Herman Spector, Parker Tyler, et al. Vol. 1, No. 24 is a special "Louis Ginsberg [father of Allen Ginsberg] Number." Obviously scarce in view of the limitation. No copies located on OCLC.

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THE MASK: A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF THE ART OF THE THEATRE

Vol. I, No. 1 (March, 1908), Vol. I, No. 2 (April, 1908), Vol. I, Nos. 3 & 4 (May-June, 1908), Vol. I, No. 5 (July, 1908), Vol. I, No. 7 (September, 1908), Vol. I, No. 8 (October, 1908) & Vol. I, No. 9 (November, 1908) Fletcher & Rood 2(a). Covers of first issue detached & chipped, staining at spine & cover chipping on third issue, some cover chipping on a couple of the others; else very good. [86873] (show more)

Price: $225.00

Theatrical magazine edited by Edward Gordon Craig.

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SADAKICHI HARTMANN NEWSLETTER

Vol. 1, No. 1 (Fall, 1969) thru Vol. 5, No. 3 (Spring, 1975) Some with mailing labels; else very good. [92953] (show more)

Price: $225.00

Complete run of 16 issues of this newsletter edited by George Knox, Harry Lawton, Wistaria Hartmann Linton & Richard Tuerk at the University of California, Riverside & later at East Texas State University. Included with this run is a receipt SIGNED by Richard Tuerck for a subscription renewal & a TLs dated 9/30/75 from Tuerck refunding the remainder of a subscription amount due to the discontinuation of the Newsletter, both in their original mailing envelopes.

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KINDGOM COME: THE MAGAZINE OF WAR-TIME OXFORD

Vol. 1, No. 1 (November, 1939) - Vol. 2, No. 2 (Winter, 1940-41) Library stamps, some wear of overlapping edges; else very good. [32182] (show more)

Price: $175.00

The first six issues of this little magazine edited by John Waller, Kenneth Walker, et al. Contributors include Marie Stopes, Kay Boyle, Naomi Mitchison, Emmanuel Carnevali, Laurence Housman, André Breton. H. E. Bates, A. L. Rowse, C. Day Lewis, Rayner Heppenstall, Paul Eluard, Julian Symons, Lawrence Durrell, George Woodcock, Frederic Prokosch, Ruthven Todd, Roy Fuller, David Gascoyne, Henry Treece, Hugh MacDiarmid, et al.

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THE MASSES

Vol. IX, No. 6, Issue No. 70 (April, 1917) Goldwater 151. Paper browning, minor cover wear, short tear at fore edge of rear cover & last two leaves. [91099] (show more)

Price: $175.00

Contributors to this issue include Max Eastman, John Reed, Hutchins Hapgood, Louis Untermeyer, Robert Hillyer, Floyd Dell, et al. Graphics are by Arthur B. Davies, Boardman Robinson, Maurice Sterne, Art Young, et al.

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THE FORTNIGHTLY

Vol. I, No. 1 (September 11, 1931) - Vol. I, No. 6 (November 20, 1931), Vol. I, No. 10 (January 15, 1932) - Vol. II, No. 14 (March 11, 1932), Vol. II, No. 16 (April 8, 1932) - Vol. II, No. 18 (May 6, 1932) Cover wear on a couple of issues; else very good to fine. [60418] (show more)

Price: $150.00

14 issues (out of a total of 18 issued) of this little magazine which was published in Campbell, Calif., with editorial offices in San Francisco. Contributors include Hans Hoffman, Willard Maas, Orrick Johns, John Cowper Powys, Sara Bard Field, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Haakon Chevalier, Ansel Adams, Henry Cowell, David Magee, Ella Young. Elsa Gidlow, et al.

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SAN FRANCISCO REVIEW

No. 1 (Winter, 1958) thru No. 13 (September, 1962) A few issues exhibit a little edge wear; else all issues are in v.g. - fine condition. [70281] (show more)

Price: $150.00

Complete run of this little magazine issued in San Francisco. Contributors include Gil Orlovitz, William Saroyan, e.e. cummings, Bertrand Russell, Charles Bukowski, William Carlos Williams, Jose Antonio Villarreal, Gary Snyder, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, James Broughton, Richard Brautigan, Bern Porter, Thomas McGrath, Lew Welch, Walter Lowenfels, Beniamino Bufano, Diane Wakoski, Jane Rule, William Stafford, Cid Corman, Louis Zukovsky, Charles Reznikoff, Earle Birney, Denise Levertov, Paul Blackburn, Lenore Kandel, John Hawkes, Aaron Kramer, et al.

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LAUGHING HORSE

Vol. I, No. 6 (1923) Very good. [90570] (show more)

Price: $135.00

Little magazine edited in Berkeley by Roy Edwin Chanslor, James T. Van Rensselaer, Jr. & Willard Johnson. This issue contains material by Witter Bynner, Genevieve Taggard, Helen Hoyt, George Sterling, Clark Ashton Smith, et al.

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THE LIBERATOR

Cover illus by Frank Walts. Vol. 6, No. 6 [Serial No. 62] (June, 1923) Goldwater 137. Paper browning, minor cover wear & soiling; else very good. [91101] (show more)

Price: $125.00

Contains material by Lydia Gibson, John Pepper [pseudonym of Josef Pogany], George Sterling, Jay Lovestone, H. M. Wicks, J. Louis Engdahl, Scott Nearing, Floyd Dell, et al.

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THE LIBERATOR

Red cover illus. by Frank Walts. Vol. 6, No. 8 [Serial No. 64] (August, 1923) Goldwater 137. Paper browning, some cover wear & soiling; else very good. [91103] (show more)

Price: $125.00

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 Nearing, Floyd Dell, et al.

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THE LIBERATOR

Cover illus by Frank Walts. Vol. 6, No. 9 [Serial No. 65] (September, 1923) Goldwater 137. Paper browning, some cover wear & soiling, vertically creased, a couple of short tears at edges of leaves; else very good. [91104] (show more)

Price: $125.00

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.

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WHE'RE

No. 1 (Summer, 1966) Diagonal crease at upper corner of front cover; else very good. [72764] (show more)

Price: $100.00

Mimeographed little magazine issued in Detroit by the Artists' Workshop Press and edited by Ron Caplan and John Sinclair. Contains an interview with Robert Creeley conducted by Sinclair & Robin Eichele, a bibliography of Creeley, an index to Kulchur 1-20, a section about Haniel Long with material by Ed Dorn, Henry Miller, Long, Howard McCord & Lawrence Clark Powell, poems by Jack Spicer, etc. It was issued in an edition of 500 copies.

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THE WORMWOOD REVIEW

Vol. 1, No. 1 (Winter, 1960) Very good. [84502] (show more)

Price: $100.00

First issue of this long-running little magazine issued initially in Storrs, Conn. & edited by Morton Felix, Jim Scully & Alexander Taylor. This issue contains material by Edwin Brock, R. W. Stallman, John Holmes, Jean Garrigue, James Dickey, James Wright, e. e. cummings, et al.

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GENESIS WEST: A GARDEN TO GROW THE WORLD AGAIN

Vol. One, No. One (Fall, 1962) thru Vol. Two, Nos. 2 & 3 (Whole No. Six) (Winter-Spring, 1964) All issues in very good to fine condition. [70282] (show more)

Price: $95.00

First six issues (all published?) of this little magazine issued in Burlingame, California. The first isue is a "Celebration of Jack Gilbert." No. Five celebrates Ken Kesey. Contributors include Grace Paley, Paul Bowles, Cid Corman, James T. Farrell, Rolfe Humphries, Carol Bergé, Diane Wakoski, Denise Levertov, Harvey Swados, William Stafford, Gregory Corso, Jackson MacLow, Tuli Kupferberg, Donald Barthelme, Paul Blackburn, Philip Whalen, Gil Orlovitz, et al.

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CLOUD MARAUDER

Vol. 1, No. 1 (May, 1968), No. 2 (1968), No. 3 (1968), No. 4 (1968), No. 5 (1970) & No. 6 (1970) All in very good to fine condition. [83056] (show more)

Price: $95.00

Complete run of this little magazine issued in Oakland & later in Berkeley. Contributors include William Stafford, George Hitchcock, James Tate, t. l. kryss, Anselm Hollo, et al.

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THE LIBERATOR

Vol. 3, No. 6 [Serial No. 27] (June, 1920) Goldwater 137. Paper browing, minor wear at edges of cover, short tear at top of spine; else very good. [91100] (show more)

Price: $95.00

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, poems by Joseph Freeman & Edmund Wilson, reviews by Floyd Dell & cartoons & drawings by Boardman Robinson, Art Young, William Gropper, et al. The cover illus. is by Lydia Gibson.

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THE LIBERATOR

Vol. 1, No. 9 (November, 1918) Goldwater 137. Paper browning; else very good. [91105] (show more)

Price: $95.00

Contains material by Boardman Robinson, Max Eastman, Art Young, John Reed, Floyd Dell, Clement Wood, Alexander Trachtenberg, et al.

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THE LIBERATOR

Vol. 2, No. 9 [Serial No. 19] (September, 1919) Goldwater 137. Paper browning, minor cover wear & soiling, short tear at fore edge of front cover, diagonal crease at lower corner of front cover, vertically creased; else very good. [91107] (show more)

Price: $95.00

Contains material by Hiram K. Moderwell, Babette Deutsch, Art Young, Roger Baldwin, Claude McKay, Crystal Eastman, Robert Minor, Max Eastman, William Gropper, et al.

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