The Galley Sail Review

The Galley Sail Review was edited by Stanley McNail in San Francisco starting in the late 1950s (issue 1 was Winter 1958) through the 80s. This isn’t quite as long of a stretch as The Wormwood Review, which was published by Marvin Malone from 1959 to 1999, but it’s an impressive run for a poetry magazine.

During the course of it’s run The Galley Sail Review published poetry and writing by: Philip Whalen, Robert Creeley, Ebbe Borregaard, Louis Zukofsky, Jonathan Williams, Charles Bukowski, William Carlos Williams, Russell Atkins, Gary Snyder, Clarence Major, Diane Wakowski, Joel Oppenheimer, Philip Lamantia, Cid Corman, Michael McClure, Margaret Randall, Loss Pequeño Glazier, James Broughton, Judson Crews, James Schevill, A.D. Winans, Peter Wild, Lyn Lifshin, Edward Mycue, and more.

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Issue 6 shown above contains Charles Bukowski’s A CONVERSATION IN A CHEAP ROOM.

THE GALLEY SAIL REVIEW, Volume 2, Number 2, Issue 6, edited by Stanley McNail.
San Francisco: Galley Sail Publications, June 1960
First edition, printed stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 40 pages. (Dorbin C58)

For further reading and research see the Bukowski.net database of poems and the official Wormwood Review site.

Ian Hamilton Finlay

Finlay, Ian Hamilton. THE SEA-BED AND OTHER STORIES.
Edinburgh: Castle Wind Printers Limited, (1958)

First Edition of the authors first book with lino-cut illustrations by Zeljko Kujundzik. Stapled card wrappers, in a illustrated dustwrapper, 48 pages.

Short sketches, which contain no hint, aside from a preoccupation with maritime subjects, of the unusual works which would flow from Finlay’s imagination over the ensuing five decades. (Murray3.1)

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Looks for more posts of work from Ian Hamilton Finlay and the Wild Hawthorn Press in the coming weeks.