Hibbing, MN: Wimp Press, 1970. 54p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound mimeographed sheets, cover sheet with spider image, title and author with three line statement of intent to donate royalties to Caladan Free School and to "contribute to the furtherance of Woodstock Nation," some foxing to front cover (please see photo), staples just barely reaching through to the last pages, but all still intact. This is one of several pirate editions, the first of which appeared in 1966. This one is dated by the Woodstock reference. OCLC attributes as a San Francisco issue with spurious imprint. The first trade publication was 1971.
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