New York, 1923. Volume one, number one. Quarto. Pictorial wrappers. Overlap edges of wrappers nicked and creased, white portions of wrapper dust soiled, internally very good or a bit better. Edited by Oscar Williams and Gene Derwood. An uncommon and moderately significant little magazine, published fitfully through seven numbers, and then superseded by PARNASSUS. This inaugural number (denoted 'Sample Copy' in ink on the inner front wrapper) includes contributions by Lowell, Fletcher, Grudin, Kreymborg, Teasdale, Schneider, Wylie, et al. A full-page advert for THE DIAL offers a copy of THE WASTE LAND as an inducement to subscribe for one year, for a total of $5.50. The bizarre wrapper design is credited to Robert Winthrop Chanler. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76229)
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