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The Wormwood Review: Numbers 27 & 28 (Volume 7, Numbers 3 & 4)

by Malone, Marvin (editor)

Condition: Very Good

Storrs, CT: Wormwood Review Press, 1967. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good. Few B/w Illustrations (including Musical examples). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall (tall). 32pp. Saddle-stapled wraps. Light shelfwear, else Very Good. Includes "Maestro Insana Goes West" by Oliver Haddo (yellow stock, midsection, pages 19-26; 17 sections in all, plus introduction and biographical sketch) and "Four Samples of Measured Space" by Toby Lurie; additional contributors include Neeli Cherry, Judson Crews, Emilie Glen, Gerald Locklin, Charles Shaw, Phil Weidman, and others. One of 600 numbered copies (this is number 293) printed.


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