Journals & Magazines

Dwina Murphy-Gibb; Terence DuQuesne | Celtic Dawn number six 1990 incorporating The Yeats Club Review VI | Includes Crowley’s poem to A. O. Spare, “Now for Reality”, & his translation of Baudelaire’s “The Stranger” | £15.00

guabi

Peter Beagle, Ted Berrigan, John Cage, etc.: Guabi, issue no. 1. 1969.Large format (approx. 8.5 x 9 inch) magazine, published from Merrill College, University of California. This quite bulky publication is bound by two staples: the upper staple has started to come away from the card cover, & the predominantly white back cover is marked at the top corner. £30.00

Michael McClure, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, David Meltzer [eds.] | Journal for the Protection of All Beings: A Visionary & Revolutionary Review, No. 1: Love-Shot Issue | City Lights Books | 1961 | Paper tanned with age, card cover foxed, some loss to extremities of spine, the spine has become buckled about a quarter of the way down its length, with a short split where it adjoins the back cover and a crease extending onto the adjoining edge of the front cover. Still a good copy of this significant publication. | £80.00

Lita Hornick [ed] | Kulchur 16 – volume 4, number 16, winter 1964-65 | Includes writing by LeRoi Jones and Rochelle Owens, Creeley in conversation with Charles Tomlinson, Warhol interviewed by Malanga; white cover rubbed and marked, paper foxed | £20.00

Tom Montag [ed], John Jacob [ed] | Margins number eighteen 3/1975: Symposium on Michael McClure | stapled publication on newsprint; paper is tanned and foxed | £12.50

Alexander Trocchi [ed.] | Merlin A Collection of Contemporary Writing Number One | Imprimerie Mazarine | 1952 | Cover is foxed with splash marks to its lower edge. Paper of text block is also foxed, but less heavily so. There is a tatty glassine wrapper around the cover, & a subscriptions form is loosely inserted into the magazine. | £100.00

Simon Dwyer [ed.] | Rapid Eye 1 | R. E. Publishing Ltd. | 1989 | The first printing of Rapid Eye 1 in its original huge format. In very good condition, with the lamination showing the first signs of peeling around the edges of the cover. | £40.00 

The Tatler Volume the First (The British Classics: Volume the First. Containing the First Volume of the Tatler. 1803) | Whittingham | 1804 | Moderate wear to binding, paper foxed. | £40.00