Salt Lake City, 1964. Whole number ten (of 21 published in 20 issues). Quarto. Mimeographed text, stapled into pictorial wrappers. Near fine. Founded by Ed Dorn, with shifts in editorial control over its life. Although initially conceived as a local literary periodical associated with Idaho State College, disaffiliation was complete with the third number, and as a periodical "for people who read, by people who write," it adhered to a consistent standard for quality. Contributors to this number include Kelly, Wakoski, Clark, Olson, et al. Circulation varied between 200 and 500 copies per issue. CLAY & PHILLIPS, pp.152-3. ANDERSON & KINZIE, pp.744-45. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76002)
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