New Orleans: Loujon Press. 1963. The third issue of this influential small magazine, which began as a letterpress production in the early 1960s and published a virtual Who's Who of underground and avant garde writers, many of whom reached their first substantial readership via this magazine. This issue features Bukowski as "Outsider of the Year." Contributors include Bukowski, Kenneth Patchen, Gary Snyder, William Burroughs, Henry Miller, Robert Creeley, and many others. A near fine copy in printed wrappers. Softcover. Near Fine. (Inventory #: 032271)
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