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Center 8 (November 1975) by  et al  Hugh Fox - Paperback - 1st edition - 1975 - from Philip Smith, Bookseller (SKU: M2034)

Center 8 (November 1975)

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Center 8 (November 1975)

by Berge, Carol (ed.), Carolee Schneemann, Jack Micheline, Opal L. Nations, Brian Swann, George Montgomery, Hugh Fox, et al

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  • paperback
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Allendale, MI: Center, 1975. 1st edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket (as issued). Near VG. 4to, 74pp, stapled wrappers. Scarce eighth issue of this underground magazine of experimental prose edited by poet Carol Berge. Unmarked copy with some spots to covers and page edges.


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Philip Smith, Bookseller US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
Center 8 (November 1975)
Berge, Carol (ed.), Carolee Schneemann, Jack Micheline, Opal L. Nations, Brian Swann, George Montgomery, Hugh Fox, et al
Soft cover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
No Jacket (as issued)
1st edition
Allendale, MI: Center
Date published
Carol Bergé Berge Center 8 November 1975 Woodstock Carolee Schneemann Jack Micheline Opal L. Nations Brian Swann George Montgomery Hugh Fox Beat Generation Beatnik experimental writing prose Seventies New York
Bookseller catalogs
Poetry : Modern : Periodicals;

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Philip Smith, Bookseller

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About Philip Smith, Bookseller

We specialize in rare and unusual items in Metaphysics and Spirituality, Literature, Art, Cinema, Social Movements, Octavo Editions, and interdisciplinary areas.


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