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The New York Quarterly; 1976, Number 18
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The New York Quarterly; 1976, Number 18

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1976. 115 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps. Printed on Park Avenue Ivory paper by the Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vermont. Full-page photo of Snodgrass by Layle Silbert. Contents: Craft Interview with W. D. Snodgrass; William Meredith. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$25.97

Partisan Review; 1967 Volume XXXIV, Number 4
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Partisan Review; 1967 Volume XXXIV, Number 4

Boston: Partisan Review, 1967. 143 pp. 507-654. Some discoloration to white wraps. Articles: The Power of Darkness--Frederick Crews; Learning from the Beatles--Richard Poirer; Writing about Sex--William Phillips; Notes on Here and Now--Irving Howe; Notes on Science Fiction--Michel Butor; de Kooning on Pollack: An Interview by James T. Valliere. Poems: Denise Levertov, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Eleanor C. Munro. Stories: In Shock--Leo E. Litwak. Yugoslav Report: Three Generations--Ernst Pawel. Contemporary Nonense. Books: Collected Poems by A. D. Hope; Near the Ocean by Robert Lowell: David Kalstone. A Primer of Ignorance by R. P. Blackmur; Validity in Interpretation by E. D. Hirsch; The Metamorphosis of the Circle by Georgers Poulet: Edward W. Said. Letter of Wallace Stevens Ed. by Jolly Stevens: Helen McNeil. The Limits of American Capitalism by Robert L. Heilbroner: David T. Bazelon. Mafia Vendetta; The Council of Egypt by Leonard Sciascia: Millicent Bell. Letters. Index to Volume XXXIV.. Wraps. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$19.00

Contemporary Poetry in America

By Boyers, Robert (ed.)

New York: Schocken, 1975. pp. 370. Six portraits by Michael Dolen: Roethke, Lowell, Berryman, Rich, Nemerov, Ashberry. Poetry and Meaning--Nemerov; American Poetry Today--Rosenthal; An Interview with Stanley Kunitz; Robert Lowell's Middle Years--Pearson; On John Berryman--Bayley; On Randall Jarrell--Mazzaro; On Theodore Roethke--Kunitz; On John Ashberry--Bloom; On Sylvia Plath--Oates; On Adrienne Rich--Boyers; An interview with W. D. Snodgrass; On Charles Olson--Pops; On Beb Belitt-Landis; An Interview with Galway Kinnell; On W. S. Merwin--Lieberman; On James Wright--Molesworth; On Howard Nemerov--Kiehl; On James Dickey--Silverstein; The New Surrealism--Zweig; On A. R. Ammons--Waggoner; On Alan Dugan--Boyers; On Elizabeth Bishop--Gordon; On David Wagoner--Pinsker. . Second Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$14.50

The New York Quarterly; 1978, Number 20
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The New York Quarterly; 1978, Number 20

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1978. 116 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps, light damp stain affecting pages, as seen in photo. Printed on Olde Style by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor. Photographs of Richard Eberhart by William Packard. Full-page photo of Richard Eberhart by Layle Silbert. Craft Interview with Richard Eberhart; Vignettes; Charles Bukowski--Hello Wm. Packard; Love; Leo Connellan--Lament for the Jews at Munich; Eli Siegel--Hymn to Unlikeness, Using Waller; Jess Stuart--My Health Is Better in November; Jackson Mac Low--93rd Ode to Iris; 114th Ode to Iris; William Mundell--Talk with Will Tobey; Allen Planz--The Long Island Expressway; Helen Adam--Silver and Gold; A. R. Ammons--Sight Unseen; Judson Jerome--The Pervert; Donald Lev--The Microcosm; Erica Jong--Self-Portrait; Ronald Hobbs--When All the Emblems; Ruth Herschberger--Would You Rather Have a Rabbit; Stephen Stepanchev--Dancing; Sam Toperoff--Eight, Nine, Ten; Sister Pam Smith--Salmo #2; Jane Snyder--You Wear Your Sadness; Madeline Bass--Rumor; Gary Ligi--Arnold Stang Gets Pissed; Diana Vance--The River Merchant; Carol Purdy--This Poem; Rita Valentino--Go Ahead Laugh All You Want; William Packard--Sestina; Herbert Waxman--Empty Threat; Tamara Watson--Fable; William Baer, Jr.--Wheeling, West Virginia; Betsy Adams--The Bolus: 1; Dennis Bernstein--Getting Tough; Stephen Kirkpatrick--Downward Mobility; Jean Balderston--Section V., No. 17; Diane Raintree--When I Come Back; Patrick Bizzaro--Stillness; Terry Brown--Shame; Joseph Bruchac--Results; John Bennett--The Hare Krishna Boys; Christopher Gilbert--Blacks Have a Short Fuse; Is The Hunter's Dilemma; Pamela Oberon Davis--Aztec Idyll; Harold Witt--Evening; Frank Decker--San Francisco; Jane Flanders--Correction; Phyllis Capello--Wedding Ceremony; John Farrell--Glass; William Ramsey--Craft Interview; NYQ Listing of Poetry Magazines.. Illustrated Wraps. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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Poetic Individuality in the Middle Ages: New Departures in Poetry 1100-1500
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Poetic Individuality in the Middle Ages: New Departures in Poetry 1100-1500

By Dronke, Peter

Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1970. 234 pp. Melodies of Peter Abelard and Hildegard de Bingen in the appendix, 27 pp. Dust Jacket with rubbing and two 1-inch tears with attendant creases, price clipped. Contents: I. Poetic Individuality--Questions; II. Ruodlieb--The Emergence of Romance; III. Semiramis--The Creation of Myth; IV. Peter Abelard--Planctus and Satire; V. Hildegarde of Bingen as Poetess and Dramatist; The Text of the Ordo Virtutem; VI. Epilogue--Paths of Further Inquiry; Appendix--Melodies of Peter Abelard and Hildegard (transcriptions by Ian Bent); Index. 'This book has grown out the attempt to analyse the literary implications of a group of texts that . . . I have come to regard as key-texts in the total picture of eleventh- and twelfth-century European poetry. . . . The common problem of poetic innovation and experiment to which these texts contribute inevitably demands constant reference to the realm of inherited literary convention and traditions, of the typical in medieval poetry, which has been adumbrated with such authority and so richly illustrated by Ernest Robert Curtius. By concentrating on a different mode of appraoch to individual poems, I have attempted in one respect to complement Curtius's great study, to sharpen the focus upon the spontaneity and independence of poetic creation that existed alongside, as well as within, established traditions.'--from the preface.. Cloth. Very Good+/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$34.00

The New York Quarterly; 1975, Number 17
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The New York Quarterly; 1975, Number 17

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1975. 115 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps. Printed on Park Avenue Ivory paper by the Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vermont. Full-page photos of Wakowski and others by Layle Silbert. Contents: Craft Interview with Diane Wakoski; John Hall Wheelock--Address to Existence; Josephine Jacobsen--Fountain of Arethusa; William Meredith--Squire Hazard Walks; Kay Boyle--Poem for Students of Greece; Richard Hugo--Relief ; A. R. Ammons--Imperialist; Erica Jong--Sunjuice; David Galler--Full Circle; James Lewisohn--For My Wife; Jackson MacLow--Three Odes to Iris; Marc Tretin--Case Number 876411; Eli Siegel--Other Poems; Anne Marx--In Meiner Kammer; Joan Shapiro--Ripeness; Jesse Stuart--Under the August Wind; John Marberry--Elegy for Jean Garrigue; Charles Bukowski--I Have Taken the Place; Diana Chang--An Appearance of Being Chinese; Dorsha Hayes--Some Midnight; Diane Levenberg--The Crippler; Tony Towle--From Góngora; Norman Rosten--The Split Bicycle; Lewis Turco--The Menu of Melancholy; Anna Adams--Ballad; George Behrman--Tarako-cha; Will Inman--Tread Sacred Desert; Joel Lawrence--Brown Boy; Diane Raintree--We Are in the Woods; Walter James Miller--Street Scene; Vassar Miller--December Afternoon; Jean Balderston--Anne Steele; David Shapiro--The More Than Slow; Charles Haseloff--Rilke: Sonnet 24; Douglas Lawder--Final Examination; Photographs of Poets; The Poet as Editor: Thomas Lask by John Briggs.. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$18.97

The New York Quarterly; Fall 1970, Number 4
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The New York Quarterly; Fall 1970, Number 4

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1970. 141 pp. Wraps some discoloring, crease at fold on cover. Light coffee stain on edge affecting a few pages, but not text. Printed on Park Avenue Ivory paper by the Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vermont. Cover: Seriagraph by Kenjiro Sasaka entitled ''Planet.'' Contents: Craft Interview: Stanley Kunitz. Photographs of poets by Thomas Victor: Padgett, Zukofsky, Swenson, Thomas, Rothenberg and Garrigue. Siv Cedering Fox--Eclipse; Herbert Krohn--Three Viet Nam Songs; Janet Brof--I'll Miss; Norman Stock--From the Grass to the Sea; Robin Henry--Elegies; Louis Ginsberg--The Bowery; Elizabeth Marraffino--Pisces Twilight; C. Staudacher--A Place of Bones; Richard Kostelanetz--Nixon/Noxin; Elisavietta Ritchie--Terra Irredenta; Robert Burdette Sweet--Margaret; Barry Seiler--The Legendary Bath; John Taylor--Snail Poem; Robert Herz--Girl Sitting; Frederich Mellberg--Poem to the Sisters; Larry Rubin--February Thaw; Theodore Hall--The Critics; Miodrag Pavlovich--On the Death of a Hen; --Funeral; Arvind Krishna Menrotra--The Sale; Gita Lenz--What If I Were To; Myron Levoy--At Lincoln Center; --Deserter; Robert Mezey--There Goes Gallen; Adrianne Rich--The Stelae; Hayden Carruth--Out of Season; Robert Bly--Seals off Shore in Maine; --Toes; --On the Rocks at Maui; Maryann Viollin--Haiku; John Tagliabue--Dialogue; Robert Mezey--A Prayer in His Sickness; Miriam Solan--Things to Do in the Kitchen; William F. Claire--In the Distance: My Father and I; Robert Peters--I Abhor These Evenings; --Poem; --Love; --Excursion to the Mountains; --The Animals: A Birthday Poem; Helena Moynihan--Dream; Barbara Holland--Possibly One Day; William F. Claire--In Another Country, Another Time; Leo Connellan--Manhattan.. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The New York Quarterly; Summer 1972, Number 11
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The New York Quarterly; Summer 1972, Number 11

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1972. 128 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps. Printed on Park Avenue Ivory paper by the Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vermont. Cover painting by Kenneth Patchen. Craft interview with Muriel Rukeyser. Full-page photos of Gregory Corso, Galway Kinnell, Terry Stokes Ann Waldman, Ed Sanders, and Carolyn Kizer by Layle Silbert; photographs of Muriel Rukeyer by John Briggs. Contents:Roland DeMunbrun--Kenneth Patchen passes; Barbara Gordon Paine--Sea Roses and Blue Shadows; Robert Bly--from The Shadow Poem; Peter Viereck--The Applewood Ballad; Robert Pack--Inside My House; Paul Roche--The American Dream; Shoichi Kiyokawa. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The New York Quarterly; Summer 1971, Number 7
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The New York Quarterly; Summer 1971, Number 7

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1971. 114 pp. Some creases, darkening of wraps. Printed on Park Avenue Ivory paper by the Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vermont. Cover by Willard Bond. Contents: Photographs of poets by Thomas Victor: Snyder, Katagiri, Tanikawa, Kizer, Levine, and Van Duyn. Charles Bukowski--The Dogs Bark Knives; Stephen Dunn--What; Janet Brof--Poem; Murat Nemet-Nejat--She Was Moon Faced; Rochelle Ratner--The Potato; Ruth Herschberger--Poem; William Sayres--Politeness Gets You Nowhere; Arthur Oberg--Flowering; Irving Benig--Dear God in Heaven; Dorothy Dalton--The Stone Guilts; Fred E. Steinway--Simon-Peter; Laurence Wieder--Song; Marilyn Zuckerman--Chazals; Philip Dacey--Better Home & Gardens; Richard Hugo--Mongomery Hollow; Charles Bukowski--Have You Ever Kissed a Panther?; --The Good Life at O'Hare Airport; David Ignatow--Separate Windows; Jean Garrigue--Portrait of Four; Laura Benet--March of the Prisoners; Jane Mayhall--The Young Man; Tanikawa Shuntaro--Poem Written at 14 East 28 Street; David J. Dwyer--Hunting the Beast-with-Two-Backs; Layle Silbert--Running for the Bus; Marguerite Harris--Colette; Leo Connellan--Violent Dying; Ron Coon--Bat of Algiers; Fred Kaplan--In Absentia.. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The New Poets: American and British Poetry Since World War II

By Rosenthal, M. L

New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. Top edges lightly soiled, otherwise clean with no markings. Discusses and quotes A. Alvarez, John Berryman, Hart Crane, Robert Creely, Donald Davie, Denis Devlin, James Dickey, Robert Duncan, Robert Frost, Allen Ginsberg, Paul Goodman, Ramon Guthrie, Donald Hall, Ted Hughes, Randall Jarrell, LeRoi Jones, Patrick Kavenagh, Thomas Kinsella, Phillip Larkin, Denise Levertov, Robert Lowell, George MacBeth, Vladimir Mayakovski, Christopher Middleton, John Montague, Richard Murphy, Howard Nemerov, Charles Olson, Sylvia Plath, Ezra Pound, Peter Redgrove, Theodore Toethke, Muriel Rukeyser, Anna Sexton, Karl Shapiro, Louis Simpson, Wallace Stevens, Charles Tomlinson, Michael Weaver, William Carlos Williams, James Wright, and W. B. Yeats among others. . Second Printing. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket.

$14.98

The New York Quarterly; 1978, Number 22
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The New York Quarterly; 1978, Number 22

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1978. 116 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps, light damp stain affecting pages. Printed on Olde Style by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor. Photo of Gary Snyder. Contents: Craft Interview with Gary Snyder; Edmund Pennant--Dream Wheel; John Updike--Iowa; May Sarton--Airs Above the Ground; Russell Edson Towards--Tomorrow's Swill; Daisy Aldan--Cats of Tossa; Stephen Stepanchev--Easter; Eli Siegel--Necessity of the Sound of Bells; Charles Bukowski--Letter to Wm. Packard; This One; Laurel Blossom--Rules of the Contest; Chris Brown--Once More for Robert Lowell; Constance Carrier--Pome; Elise Rindlaub--In Bedlam, Anne; Steve Ajay--Exaustion; Henry Malone--Those Soft Worn Bells; Steven Rea--Pantoum; Carol Muske--The Scarecrow; Arlene Stone--Homo; Peter Roberts--Overextended; Sheila Raeschild--Tomorrow is a Man; Samuel Reifler--Variations; Dave Smith--Near Muskegon, Michigan; John J. Ronan--Procession; Fog; Margaret Rainfeld--Song of the Poets; Sharon Rogers Quiroz--Birds; Paul Smyth--Three Caves; Susan Fromberg Schaeffer--My Wedding; Pamela Oberon Davis--The Sausage and the Eggplant; Lori Ubell--Snakes Lack a True Voice; Robert VanderMolen--Herb Stoores; Elton Glaser--A Prognathous Jaw; Stuart Dybek--The Rape of Persephone; Diana Vance--Resume; Mai Hawksworth--The Children of Af; M. G. Butler--Change of Season; Jean Balderston--The Fourth Clause; Steve Hastett--Thanksgiving; Richard Cecil--Northern Teacher; Sophie Hughes--Migration; Marjorie Grafflin--Willow; Margaret Shafer--Konstantinos; Krandall Kraus--Visions and Prophecies; Bai Inman--Sacred Places; Thomas Masiello--A Warm Afternoon on a Visit; Robert D. Swets--Prospectus; Rudy Shackelford--Bequests; Rag Saner--April Dawn Snow; Bruce Edward Taylor--Bitch; M. Deiter Keyishian--Mittelschmerz; Miles Wilson--Baja; Alexander Laing--The Trout; Ann Deagon--The Salamander; Joan Fernandes--Love-33 R.P.M.; Christine Zawadiwsky--Swallowing Tears; Frederic Will--Epics of .America CXLV; Lavonne Mueller--Last Jitney to Bay Street; Maura Stanton. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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Where We Stand: Women Poets on Literary Tradition
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Where We Stand: Women Poets on Literary Tradition

By Bryan, Sharon, Editor; incl. Battin, Boland, Clampitt, Collins, DeFrees, Fraser, Gregor, Harjo, Head, Hillman, Kitchen, Kumin, Macdonald, Matson, McElroy, Mueller, Muske, Ostriker, Rogers, Schulman, Stevenson, Tall

Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: W W Norton & Co Inc, 1993. Some dust soiling on the top edges. Wendy Battin, Subterranean Maps: A Poet's Cartography; Eavan Boland, Outside History; Amy Clampitt, Lasting the Night; Martha Collins, Reclaiming the Oh; Madeline DeFrees, Figures in the Looking-Glass: Tradition, Gender Bias, and the Talented Woman; Kathleen Fraser, The Tradition of Marginality; Debora Gregor, The New New Poetry Handbook; Joy Harjo, Writing with the Sun; Gwen Head, The Automatic Woman; Brenda Hillman, Dark Turtles and Bright Turtles; Judith Kitchen, Robert Jimmy Allen; Maxine Kumin, Breaking the Mold; Cynthia Macdonald, Mosaic Law: The Bits and Pieces from which One Woman's Poems Are Made; Suzanne Matson, On Reclaiming 'the Universal'; Colleen J. McElroy, If We Look for Them by Moonlight; Lisel Mueller, Parentage and Good Luck; Carol Muske, Revising the Future; Alicia Ostriker, The Road of Excess: My William Blake; Pattiann Rogers, Degree and Circumstance; Grace Schulman, The Persistence of Tradition; Anne Stevenson, Some Observations on Women and Tradition; Deborah Tall, Terrible Perfection: In the Face of Tradition.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$16.00

Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics: Number 11, fall, 1993: The Michael Heller Issue
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Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics: Number 11, fall, 1993: The Michael Heller Issue

By Norman Finkelstein, Richard Frye, Nathaniel Tarn, Henry Weinfield. Mallarme, Imre Oravecz, Nina Iskrenko, Jacques Roubaud, Rosmarie Waldrop; George Trakl, Anne Waldman

Hoboken, NJ: Talisman, 1993. 300 pp. The Michael Heller Issue: Interview, New Work, Commentary by Norman Finkelstein, Richard Frye, Thomas Gardner, Laszlo K. Gefin, Burt Kimmelman, Jeffrey Peterson, Ruby Riemer, Hugh Seidman, Armand Schwerner, Nathaniel Tarn, Marc Weber, Henry Weinfield. Harvey Weinfield on Mallarme's 'Tombeau de Baudelaire.' Imre Oravecz translated by Bruce Berlind; Nina Iskrenko translated by John High and Parick Henry; Stephane Mallarme translated by Henry Weinfield; Jacques Roubaud translated by Rosmarie Waldrop; George Trakl translated by David Carrara.. Original Wraps. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The New York Quarterly; 1979, Number 24
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The New York Quarterly; 1979, Number 24

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1979. 96 pp. Light damp stain affecting pages. Printed on Olde Style by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor.Craft Interview with Karl Shapiro, several photos of Shapiro. Work by May Sarton, Charles Bukowski, Donald Lev, and many more, plus a NYQ tribute to Allen Ginsberg with photos. . Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The Long Meadow: Poems
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The Long Meadow: Poems

By Seshadri, Vijay

St Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.: Graywolf Press, 2004. 72 pp.Winner of the 2003 James Laughlin Award of The Academy of American Poets. 'The extraordinary second collection of Vijay Seshadri, whose poems resound with ''The high-frequency channels of consciousness and the jazz of spoken language.'' ' ' 'Seshadri is the author of Wild Kingdom. His poems have appeared in the New Yorker, the Paris Review, and in Best American Poetry. He was born in India and currently lives in Brooklyn.' 'Older than the rocks is she / across whom their shadows float. / A million rivers navigate / the necklace at her throat.'. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Fine/Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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The New York Quarterly; 1977, Number 19
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The New York Quarterly; 1977, Number 19

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1977. 116 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps, light damp stain affecting pages, as seen in photo. Printed on Olde Style by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor. Two photos of May Swenson by Layle Silbert. Craft Inteview with May Swenson; Helen Adam--Dog Star Run; Allen Planz-Muggings; Kenneth Pitchford--Dance of the Shy Faun; Jackson Mac Low--83rd Ode for Iris; Charles Bukowski--Who in Hell is Tom Jones?; A. R. Ammons--Having To Do With Birth; Constance Carrier--Tituba / Salem 1692; Leo Connellan--Ode to Karl Shapiro; William De Voti--August Before Forty; Eli Siegel-Questions; Peter Viereck--Dialogue: God's Son and Alan; Truth Gibber; Judson Jerome--An Apostate Yogi; June Jordan--Poem: After Reading; Ruth Herschberger--Head Sinner; Louis Ginsberg--Remarks from my Desk; Stephen Stepanchev-Gorilla; Erica Jong--Becoming a Nun; Harold Witt-Godiva; William Mundell--Unwritten Poem; John Pauker--Three Versions; Donald Lev--The Seeker; Lee Bartlett--The Red Popsicle; William Baer, Jr.--Crawling on the Ground; Tom Crawford--Bird Lore; S. K. Carew-Monster; Helen Chasin-News; Emily Chewning--Marriage Memo; Franz Douskey--The Farm; Ron Federighi--To A Student; Patricia Eakins--The Cunt; David Goodstein--In The Garden; Marjorie Finnell--The Cowboy Sings; Dorsha Hayes--Thrown Stone; Rachel Hadas--75th Birthday Message; William Kushner-Marjorie; Julia Lebentritt--Ode to Yellow Fire Hydrant; and more.. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The New York Quarterly; 1978, Number 23
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The New York Quarterly; 1978, Number 23

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1978. 96 pp. Bumps to corners, darkening of wraps, light damp stain affecting pages. Printed on Olde Style by Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor.Craft Interview with Robert Penn Warren; Peter Viersch--Coda; May Sarton--Two Songs; Stephen Stepanchev--Sometimes; Russell Edson--The Abuse Dinners; Harry Smith--Landscape in Grays; Leo Connellan--Helpless, We Go; Naomi Replansky. Illustrated Wraps. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The New York Quarterly; Spring 1971, Number 6
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The New York Quarterly; Spring 1971, Number 6

New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review Foundation, 1971. 144 pp. Wraps discoloring, creases, fold at top right corner proceeding through all pages, dampstain also at top right, pages clean but for fold. Printed on Park Avenue Ivory paper by the Capital City Press, Montpelier, Vermont. Cover painting by Blanche Duberstein Contents: Photographs of poets by Thomas Victor: Irving Feldman, Leroi Jones, Jacob Blatstein, Sonia Sanchez, Richard Hugo, and Mark Strand. The Afro-American Poet in NY by Lucille Medwick, Listing of Black Poets by Galen Williams, The White Poetry Syndicate by Walter Lowenfels, Prosody Article on Rime by X. J. Kennedy. Michael Horovitz--Vaguely Catholic Event; Janet Bloom--Signalled Waters; Anthony S. Brandt--Airplane at Dusk; Elton Glaser--Love Story; Dona Stein--Eurydice; Albert Goldbarth--Explaining to the Missus; Eli Siegel--Only Later; Or the First Line; Rudy Shackelford--Fantasy on One Note; Peter Klappert--Laughing After Love; Douglas Eichorn--For the Last Class of English 52; Joel Lawrence--How to Get Rid of Ants; --A Professor's Lament; Helane Levine--Turning; --Dusk; Linda Krenis--The Vacancy; Martin Koeppal--I Cut My Face; Eli Siegel--Terror Is for What You Are; Robert Rainsbury--The Ballad of Colleen Moore; Janet Bloom--Through Wilderness; Joan Simon--Ophelia at Brunch; Michael Horovitz--Remembering; --Damn Your Eyes; --Transmogrified; Thomas Schuneman--Talkin 88; Leo Connellan--Shadows; Richard Kostelanetz--First Avenue; Charles Wagner--Two Fragments of Unwritten History; Muriel Rukeyser--Looking at Each Other; Patricia Ryan--On Turning Thirty; Robert Lax--from Histories; Stephen Levine--Shipping Day; Erica Jong--The Quarrel; Gregory Orr--Daffodil Poem; Philip Schultz--Toward the End of Winter; Carol Jennings--I Want to Sleep with You; Joan Stone--A Poem for Mrs. Snyder; Frank T. Crohn--Paley Park; Nat White--As a Child.. Illustrated Wraps. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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