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Douglas Blazek: Books and Broadsides

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Section A: 
This index includes books and broadsides published during Blazek’s “prolific early period”.

1. ALL GODS MUST LEARN TO KILL
Demarest: Analecta Press, 1968
First edition, perfect-bound illustrated wrappers, 7″ x 9″, 78 pages, 1000 copies. Preface by Brown Miller. Illustrations and cover by R. Crumb, frontispiece Jeff Nuttall, and photo collages by d.a. levy. Blazek’s first solo book of poetry. (DenBoer A2)

2. HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE, THE BLACKS, IAN HAMILTON FINLEY & MARSHALL MCLUHAN
San Francisco: Cold Mountain Publishing, 1968
First edition, single sheet folded once to make four pages, 7” x 5.5”, 449 copies . A concrete poem. Interior image silkscreen printed by Tom Kryss. (DenBoer A3)

3. LIFE IN A COMMON GUN
Madison: Quixote, 1968
First edition, stapled wrappers (some early copies comb-bound), 7” x 9”, 72 pages. A collection of letters from Blazek to Cauble, Pete Larouche, Willie, and Brown Miller. Illustrations and cover by Blazek. (DenBoer A4)

4. STING & DIE
Eugene: Toad Press, 1968
First edition, stapled wrappers, 5″ x 7.5″, 16 pages. (DenBoer A5)

5. BATTLEFIELD SYRUP
San Francisco: Lone Ranger Biology Press, 1969
First edition, stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 28 pages. Published as Meatball #3. (DenBoer A7)

6. BAPTISMAL CORRUPTION IN THE SUNFLOWER PATCH. Sacramento: Runcible Spoon, 1969
First edition, stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 32 pages. Introduction by Don Cauble. Illustrated By Thorne. (DenBoer A8)

7. BROKEN KNUCKLE POEMS.
Cleveland, Black Rabbit Press, 1969
First edition, stapled silkscreened wrappers, 60 pages, 8.5” x 11”, 500 copies. Introduction by T.L. Kryss. Illustrations by Aaron Pori, silkscreened by Kryss. (DenBoer A9)

8. FUCK OFF, UNLESS YOU TAKE OFF THAT MASK
Milwaukee: Gunrunner Press, 1969
First edition, stapled pictorial wrappers, 28 pages, 7″ x 8.5″, 350 copies. (DenBoer A11)

9. I ADVANCE WITH A LOADED ROSE
San Francisco: Two Windows Press, 1969
First edition, stapled illustrated wrappers, 6.5″ x 10″, 650 copies. Cover art by T. L. Kryss. (DenBoer A12)

10. CLIMBING BLIND
Cardiff: Second Aeon, 1970
First edition, stapled illustrated wrappers, 16 pages, 5″ x 8″, 200 copies. Illustrated by Hapt Schwiiz. (DenBoer A13)

11. FLUX & REFLUX: JOURNIES IN A MAGICAL FLUID
Berkeley: Oyez, 1970
First edition, paperback, 57 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 1000 copies. Illustrated by Michael Myers and designed and printed by Clifford Burke at the Cranium Press. (DenBoer A14)

12. GROWTH IS A KANGAROO COURT
New York: Atom Mind Publications, 1970
First edition, stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″. (DenBoer A15)

13. MAGICAL ASSASSINATION
Minneapolis [San Francisco]: Andabata Press, 1964 [1970]
First edition, stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 200 copies. Cover drawing by Blazek’s son, Nathan. Published under the pseudonym Jack Meoff. [There was no Andabata Press, the book was self-published in San Francisco in 1970.] (DenBoer A16)

14. WE CAN BE GENTLE AND UNDECEIVED BOTH
Minneapolis [San Francisco]: Andabata Press, 1964 [1970]
First edition, stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 200 copies. Cover drawing by Blazek’s son, Aaron. Published under the pseudonym Peter Wellinher. [There was no Andabata Press, the book was self-published in San Francisco in 1970.] (DenBoer A17)

15. SKULL JUICES
San Francisco: Twowindows Press, 1970
First edition, paperback, 80 pages, 5.75″ x 8.75″, 1000 copies with 50 copies in separate bindings signed by the author. Introduction by Charles Bukowski. (DenBoer A18)

16. THIS IS WHAT YOU WANTED, ISN’T IT?
Watertown: Augtwofive, 1970
First edition, stapled wrappers, 44 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 1000 copies with 26 lettered and signed by the author. Illustrated with collages by Blazek. (DenBoer A19)

17. WHY MAN GOES TO THE MOON
Milwaukee: Morgan Press, 1970
First edition, stapled illustrated wrappers, 16 pages, 6″ x 9″, 300 copies. Illustrated by Vickie Burton. Published as Hey Lady Supplement No. 5. (DenBoer A21)

18. ZANY TYPHOONS
Sacramento: Open Skull Press, 1970
First edition, perfect bound illustrated wrappers, 8.5″ x 11″, 200 copies. Illustrated by Robert Crumb. (DenBoer A22)

19. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE FAMOUS
Cardiff: Second Aeon, 1971
First edition, stapled wrappers, 8 pages, 8.25″ x 11.5″, 100 copies. (DenBoer A23)

20.  INNER MARATHONS
London: Killaly Press, 1973
First edition, stapled wrappers, 22 pages, 7.25″ x 8.75″, 100 copies. Published as Killaly Chapbook No. 3. (DenBoer A25)

21. LETHAL PAPER
Norwich: The Stone Press, 1975.
First edition, stapled illustrated wrappers, 28 pages, 5.25″ x 7″. Published as Stone Chapbooks No. 3. (DenBoer A28)

22. I AM A WEAPON
Marshall: Ox Head Press, 1975.
First edition, sewn printed wrappers, 24 pages, 4.25″ x 6.5″, 400 copies. Published as Ox Head No. 13. (DenBoer A29)

23.  EXERCISES IN MEMORIZING MYSELF
Berkeley: Twowindows Press, 1976
First edition, stapled printed wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 500 copies. (DenBoer A31)

24. MY DEFINITION OF POETRY
Berkeley: Twowindows Press, 1976
First edition, broadside, 4.5” x 11.5”. Issued as a promotional broadside for Blazek’s collection EXERCISES IN MEMORIZING MYSELF. (DenBoer A32)

25. EDIBLE FIRE
Milwaukee: Morgan Press, 1978
First edition, paperback, 7.5″ x 11″, 500 copies. Published as Hey Lady Supplement No. 26. (DenBoer A33)

Douglas Blazek

One of the instigators of the “Mimeo Revolution“, poet and editor Douglas Blazek is considered a force in the American poetry “underground” of the 1960s. Early in his career, Blazek published hundreds of poems in dozens of books, chapbooks, and little magazines that, in Blazek’s words, “contributed to the ferment of the Sixties.” Blazek also founded and edited the magazine Ole and the small press Open Skull. As an editor, Blazek published work by Charles Bukowski, Robert Crumb, d.a. levy, and other non-establishment writers.

As described in the introduction to James DenBoer’s A Bibliography of the Published Works of Douglas Blazek: 1961-2001 (Glass Eye Books, 2003), Blazek is noteworthy for his prolific early period (1964-1978), followed by an extended hiatus. Between 1978 and 2009, Blazek published only one book, but this was also a time of intense creativity, as the poet focused on rewriting all his previously published work. The first book-length results of this labor, Aperture Mirror and Gutting Cats in Search of Fiddles, were published in 2012 by Edition Muta with more titles forthcoming.

The following indexes examine work during Blazek’s “prolific early period”.


A. Books and Broadsides

B. Contributions to Books & Other Publications

C. Contributions to Periodicals

D. Publications Edited and Published

E. Periodicals Edited and Published


References consulted:

Clay, Steven and Rodney Phillips. A SECRET LOCATION ON THE LOWER EAST SIDE: Adventures in Writing, 1960-1980
New York: New York Public Library / Granary Books, 1998

DenBoer, James. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PUBLISHED WORK OF DOUGLAS BLAZEK, 1961-2001
Florence: Glass Eye Books, 2003

Dorbin, Sanford. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES BUKOWSKI
Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1969

Fox, Hugh. THE LIVING UNDERGROUND: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry
East Lansing: Ghost Dance Press, 1969

Krumhansl, Aaron. A DESCRIPTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PRIMARY PUBLICATIONS OF CHARLES BUKOWSKI
Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1999

Taylor, Kent  and Alan Horvath. LOOKING FOR D.A. LEVY (RANDOM SIGHTINGS): THE D.A. LEVY BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume 1 [1963-1966]
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2006

Taylor, Kent  and Alan Horvath. LOOKING FOR D.A. LEVY (RANDOM SIGHTINGS): THE D.A. LEVY BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume 2 [1967-1968]
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2008

Kent Taylor: Contributions to Books and Other Publications

1. POETRY PARADE, edited by Lincoln B. Young
Appalachia: Young Publications, 1963
“A Time of Passing”

2. CLEVELAND MANIFESTO
Cleveland: The Asphodel Bookshop, 1964
First edition, single sheet mimeograph printed on both sides, statements by Russell Atkins, Jau Billera, d.a. levy, Russell Salamon, Adelaide Simon, Kent Taylor.
[untitled statement]
(T&H B-01)

3. MELODY OF THE MUSE, edited by Lincoln B. Young
Appalachia: n.p., [c. 1964]
“Perceivings”

4. 465, edited by d.a. levy
465Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1966
First edition, stapled silk-screened wrappers, 500 copies, mimeograph printed, cover art by Ralph & Diedra Poplar.
“Death of an Amusement Park”, “Euclid Avenue”, “55th-107th”

 

5. CLEVELAND CONCRETE
clevelandconcreteCleveland: Free Love Press, 1966
First edition, stapled wrappers, ditto printed. [two untitled concrete poems.]




6. TELEGRAMS FROM CENTRAL CONTROL, edited by D.r. Wagner
Niagara Falls: Press : Today : Niagara, 1966
First edition, stapled printed wrappers, 350 copies, mimeograph printed.
“Para *Concrete*Manifesto-Part 3” (prose)

7. 306, edited by d.a. levy
306Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1967
First edition, stapled printed wrappers, 100± copies, mimeograph printed.
Taylor poetry: “Events: Oct. 15, 1965 , Cleveland”, “Hymn to the West Side”, “Ohio”
(T&H P-46)

 

8. CLEVELAND SAMPLER (FOR JAMES RUSSELL & D.A. LEVY)
Cleveland, 1967
Taylor poetry: “John Handy’s Spanish Lady”

9. OLE ANTHOLOGY, edited by Douglas Blazek
Glendale: Poetry Ex/Change, 1967
First edition, perfect bound printed wrappers, offset printed, 5,000 numbered copies.
[untitled] “My cat…”

10. THREE POEMS BY CLEVELAND POETS
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1967
“9-4-66”

11. TRIBUTE TO JIM LOWELL, edited by T.L. Kryss
Cleveland: Ghost Press, 1967
“Statement” (prose), “12-13-66”

12. UKANHAVYRFUCKINCITIBAK, edited by R.J. Sigmund
levy_ukanhavCleveland: ghost press, 1968
“A Love Poem”





13. AMPER&AND, edited by T.L. Kryss and R. Wolter
mags_ampersandSan Francisco: Ampersand, 1969
First edition, stapled printed wrappers with red library tape binding, mimeograph printed.
Taylor poetry: “6-25-67”, “November Light”,  “4-4-66”, “6-27-66”, [untitled] “One lamp flashes…”

 

14. PANAMA GOLD. edited by T.L. Kryss
Cleveland: Zero Publications, 1969
First edition, stapled silk-screened wrappers, mimeograph printed, cover art by Barbara O’Connelly, internal screen print by T.L. Kryss.
“The Western Poem”

15. DEATH ROW, edited by Don Cauble
Portland, OR: Dead Angel Press, 1970
“1-15-69”, “5-8-68”

16. GROUND ZERO
Cleveland: n.p., [c. 1970]
First edition, stapled wrappers, mimeograph printed.
“Williamsburg Bridge”, “Christmas Eve 1965”, [untitled] “My time/ sunken…”, [untitled] “Why the leaves…”, [untitled] “Leaves branches…”, [untitled] “Rainbow water…”, [untitled] “Sad climbing…”
[Two additional poems in this anthology may be attributable to Taylor. No poems in this anthology are accompanied by the poet’s name…]

17. WHAT THERE IS LEFT TO UNDERSTAND…, edited by T.L. Kryss
Sacramento: n.p., 1970
“7-22-69”, “4-21-69”, “7-7-69”

18. WORDS ON PAPER-POETRY-FREE
n.p. [Cleveland], n.d. [c. 1971]
“4-26-71”

19. THE LIVING UNDERGROUND ANTHOLOGY, edited by Hugh Fox
Troy: Whitston Pub. Co., 1973
“8-5-69”, “3-9-70”, “2-28-70”, “4-2-70”, “ONE MORE FOR K”

20. ALLEGHENY STAR ROUTE
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, 1975
First edition, stapled sheets bound into printed wrappers, mimeograph printed.
“8-2-71”, “8-13-73” [mis-titled, should read: 8-13-71], “2-7-71”, “To My Son (Age 6)”, “Words” [this is a different poem than that which appears in FREE LOVE PERIODICALLY, #2 with the same title.]

21. SAN JOSE CAMPUS-COMMUNITY POETRY FESTIVAL POSTER SERIES
San Jose, 1977
[untitled haiku] [displayed on buses]

22. WE ARE THE SECRET LIVING LEPROSY, edited by T.L. Kryss
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, 1977
“Singularity”, “San Francisco”, “1-31-77”

23. VAGABOND ANTHOLOGY, edited By John Bennett
Ellensburg, WA: Vagabond Press, 1978
“Travel Notes”, “11-10/11-25-73”, “2-7-74”, “November 1974”, “Reunion”

24. PLANET DETROIT ANTHOLOGY OF URBAN POETRY, edited by Kurt Nimmo & Christine Lahey
Detroit, 1983
“Round Trip from San Francisco”, February Song”

25. ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP 25 YEARS TRIBUTE
April, 1988
“Brother James” (prose)

26. ONCE MORE WITH FEELING, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg: Vagabond Press, 1988
“Chiaroscuro”, “Distances”, “Stranger”, “Undertow”, “Captive Audience”, “Flashback”, “Filling in the Blanks”

27. OF ASPHODEL: A MULLIGAN’S STEW CELEBRATING THE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR OF THE ASPHODEL BOOKSTORE, JAMES LOWELL, PROP.
[Cleveland]: n.p.1988
“Cleveland Reminiscence”,”Ohio” [ printed by Tom Kryss?]

28. WORLD SOUNDS, edited by T.L. Kryss
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, 1989
“Clear and Cold”

29. ZEN CONCRETE & ETC., edited by Ingrid Swanberg
Madison: Ghost Pony Press, 1991
“The Cleveland Underground Poetry Scene: A Personal Reminiscence” (prose) [contains additional material than the version published in Vagabond], “Postscript” (prose)

30. AMERICAN RENEGADES CATALOG
Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 1992
“Meeting d.a. levy” (prose), “A Few Words about d.a. levy” (prose)

31. POETS ON PARNASSUS ANTHOLOGY, edited by David Watts & Joan Baranow
San Francisco: UCSF, 1994
“Chasing Helen”

32. VALENTINE, edited by Sabina Daley & Candice Walsh
New York, 1996
“Catching her Breath”

33. ARE YOU TALKING TO ME?
Brooklyn: Boog Literature, 1997
Audiotape.
“A Belated Touche for d.a. levy”

34. HARD LOVE–WRITINGS ON VIOLENCE AND INTIMACY, edited by Elizabeth Claman
Eugene: Queen of Swords Press, 1997
First edition, paperback.
“Folie a Deux”

35. BEBOP-REBOP
Providence, 1998
Audiotape & CD.
“Brain Tumor”, “Calling Card”, “Vegas”
[read by Dave Church who issued the recording]

36. RAGGED LION, A TRIBUTE TO JACK MICHELINE, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg, WA: Vagabond Press, 1999
“February Death”

37. THE ASPHODEL: A TRIBUTE TO JIM LOWELL (TOO) ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 70TH BIRTHDAY
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2002
“A Note on Jim Lowell’s 70th Birthday” (prose)

38. THE CLEVELANDERS, VOL. 1, edited by Alan Horvath
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2002
“Fourth of July at Ocean Beach”, “Deficits”, “Blowing Smoke”, “Losing My Voice”, “Batman” (collage), “Strange Adventures” (collage), “Suzuki” (collage), “It’s Over” (collage)

39. HAPPY AS A BUDDHA ON A BUBBLEGUM BINGE, edited by David Kirschenbaum
New York, 2002
“Not Quite Janine”

40. LIVE READING AT LUNA’S CAFE: A TRIBUTE TO D.A. LEVY AND KENNETH PATCHEN
Sacramento, 2002
Audio of Taylor reading d.a.levy’s work and speaking about him.

41. ZERO SQUARED, TO RJS AND BACK
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, 2002
“Imagining R.J.S.” (prose)

42. MEASURED STEPS
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2004
“Woman at a Mental Health Clinic”, “Rehearsal”, “The Opposite of Hallucinating”, “Out of Breath”, “Chinatown Graffiti” (collage)

43. NOTES FROM CLEVELAND: SELECTED CORRESPONDENCE FROM JIM LOWELL TO KENT TAYLOR (1970-2003)
Kirpan Press, 2004
Introduction and 7 untitled inkings

44. REMAINS OF THE ASPHODEL ARE CONFUSING THE SEASONS, edited by Matthew Wascovich
Cleveland: Slow Toe Publications, 2004
“Signaling Jim”

45. SOMETIMES CITY UNDERCOVERS. LEVYFEST 2005, edited by S.A. Griffin & Bill Roberts
Los Angeles & Dover: Bottle Of Smoke Press & Rose of Sharon Press, Dec. 2005
“A Belated Touche for d.a. levy”, “Lines Written a Few Hours before Learning that d.a. levy Had Shot Himself to Death”

46. THE CLEVELANDERS, Vol. 2, edited by Alan Horvath
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2006
“Cleveland Manifesto of Poetry” (prose), “The Man without a Part”, “The Faith of Jimmy McBride”, “Cleveland Archaeology”, “Failure of the Educational System”, “Home of the Brave”, “Still Life”, [untitled artwork]

47. CLOSING TIME – RABBITS OVER CLEVELAND
Cleveland: Mac Backs, 2006

48. ANIMALS WITHOUT BACKBONES, edited by Bree
Cleveland Heights: Green Panda Press, 2007
First edition, published as Green Panda Press Anthology #7.
“Lights Out”, “Second Wind”

49. D. A. LEVY & THE MIMEOGRAPH REVOLUTION, edited by Larry Smith & Ingrid Swanberg
Huron, Ohio: Bottom Dog Press, 2007
“For the Destroyed Poets of Ohio” (interview), “A Belated Touche for d.a. levy

50. (TAYLOR-MADE) RANDOM SIGHTINGS
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2007
untitled cover illustration and reprint of Fortuitons Motherfucer.

51. CLEVELAND POETRY SCENES — A PANORAMA & ANTHOLOGY, edited by Nina Freedlander Gibans, Mary E. Weems & Larry Smith
Huron, OH: Bottom Dog Press, 2008
“The Cleveland Underground Poetry Scene – A Personal Reminiscence” (prose)

52. THE CLEVELANDERS, Vol. 3, edited by Alan Horvath
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2008
First edition, comb bound, 75 copies.
“Brain Tumor”, “Billie Holiday”, “Lost and Found”, [untitled artowrk]

53. FLOWER CLOCK: A SELECTION OF POEMS FROM THE CATALOGS OF THE ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP, 1963-2003
Ravenna: Black Rabbit Press, 2008
“Fourth of July at Ocean Beach”

54. RENEGADE FLOWERS, THE LEVYFEST 2014 ANTHOLOGY,  edited by D.r. Wagner and John Dorsey
Cleveland: Hydeout Press, 2014
100 copies.
“10-28-98” (prose), “Bone Music”, “Chasing Helen”

55. IN THE COMPANY OF RUSSELL ATKINS, A Celebration by Friends on His 90th Birthday, edited by Diane Kendig and Robert E. McDonough
Cleveland: Red Giant Books, 2016
“Russell was key” (short prose intro), “for Russell Atkins “, “Chasing Helen”, “12-29-68 Cleveland “, “Harbor Inn Blues”

Douglas Blazek: Periodicals Edited and Published

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Section E: 
This index includes periodicals edited and published during Blazek’s “prolific early period”.

OLE

1. OLE, No. 1, edited by Douglas Blazek
DEDICATED TO THE CAUSE OF MAKING POETRY DANGEROUS

Bensenville: The Mimeo Press, 1964
first edition, saddle-stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 400 numbered copies, mimeograph. Contributors include: Charles Bukowski, Judson Crews, Ron Offen, Marvin Malone, Kirby Congdon. (DenBoer C2)

2. OLE, No. 2, edited by Douglas Blazek
A MAGAZINE FOR ALL THOSE UNACKNOWLEDGED LEGISLATORS OF THE WORLD, ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO ARE REALLY UNACKNOWLEDGED

Bensenville: The Mimeo Press, March 1965
First edition, saddle-stapled wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, mimeograph. Contributors include: d.a. levy, Charles Bukowski, William Wantling, Walter Lowenfels, Gil Orlovitz, Harold Norse, Clarence Major, Key Johnson, Marcus J. Grapes, Al Purdy, Kent Taylor, Steve Richmond. (DenBoer C3)

3. OLE, No. 3, edited by Douglas Blazek
THE ORIGINAL CONSCIOUSNESS-EXPANSION MAGAZINE

Bensenville: The Mimeo Press, November 1965
First edition, saddle-stapled wrappers, 400 numbered copies, mimeograph. Contributors include: Charles Bukowski,Judson Crews, Ron Offen, Marvin Malone, Kirby Congdon. (DenBoer C4)

4. OLE, No. 4, edited by Douglas Blazek
THE POETFOOD FOR CHAMPIONS

Bensenville: The Mimeo Press, May 1966
First edition, saddle-stapled wrappers, mimeograph. Cover art by Blazek. Contributors include: Charles Bukowski, William Wantling, Steve Richmond, Clarence Major, Al Purdy Harold Norse, Lee Harwood, Jack Anderson, Neeli Cheery. (DenBoer C5)

5. OLE, No.5, edited by Douglas Blazek
HAROLD NORSE SPECIAL ISSUE

Bensenville: Open Skull Press, 1966
First edition, stapled wrappers, mimeograph. Cover art by Blazek. Contributors include: Charles Bukowski, Harold Norse, James Baldwin, Anais Nin, William S. Burroughs, William Carlos Williams, Paul Carroll, Jack Hirschman. (DenBoer C6)

6. OLE, No. 6, edited by Douglas Blazek
THE WEIRD HARVEST SPECIAL. THE ALL POETRY JAB-EYE REFLEX EXPLOSION ISSUE

Bensenville: Open Skull Press, July 1966
First edition, stapled wrappers, mimeograph. Cover art by Blazek. Contributors include Charles Bukowski, Al Purdy, William Wantling, Harold Norse, D.r. Wagner, Larry Eigner, Steve Richmond, Jack Grapes, Jeff Nutall. (DenBoer C7)

7. OLE, No. 8, edited by Douglas Blazek
Wood Dale: Open Skull Press, April 1967
First edition, stapled wrappers, mimeograph. Cover art by Blazek. Contributors include: Charles Bukowski, Charles Plymell, William Wantling, D.r. Wagner, Steve Richmond, Al Purdy Harold Norse, Jeff Nutall, T.L. Kryss, Terry Stokes, Clive Matson. [note: issue 8 was published before issue 7] (DenBoer C8)

8. OLE, No.7, edited by Douglas Blazek
THE GODZILLA REVIEW ISSUE OF SMALL PRESS PUBLICATIONS COMPREHENSIVELY ENCOMPASSING BOOKS PUBLISHED OVER THE LAST HALF-DECADE

San Francisco: Open Skull Press, May 1967
First edition, stapled wrappers, mimeograph. Cover art by Charles Plymell. Contributors include: d.a. levy, Charles Bukowski, Charles Plymell, William Wantling, D.r. Wagner, Steve Richmond, Al Purdy Harold Norse, Jeff Nutall, T.L. Kryss, Terry Stokes, Clive Matson. (DenBoer C9)


OPEN SKULL

OPEN SKULL, No. 1, edited by Douglas Blazek
San Francisco: Open Skull Press, 1967
First edition, stapled wrappers, 34 pages. Illustrated by Blazek. Letters from Plymell, Wantling, Norse, Purdy, Kryss, Cauble, and two letters to Bukowski. A “one-shot” periodical.

Russell Atkins

Poet, composer, and editor Russell Atkins was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised by his grandmother, mother, and aunt, he developed a love of music early on and studied piano from the age of seven. Atkins went on to study music at the Cleveland School of Arts and the Cleveland Institute of Music. He was also involved in the Karamu House, considered the oldest African American theater in the United States and home to many productions of Langston Hughes’s dramatic works. In 1950, Atkins cofounded, with Adelaide Simon, the magazine Free Lance. Recognized as one of the oldest, most influential little magazines of the Black avant-garde, the journal did much to disseminate innovative writing in the African American community and influenced the New American Poetry. During these years, Atkins corresponded with many poets, including Marianne Moore, Langston Hughes, and LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka).

Music is central to Atkins’s methods of writing; he once wrote of his practice, “I would ‘compose’ like a painter and write poems like a composer.” Atkins developed a mode of composition he calls “phenomenalism,” in which image and sound combinations extend the possibilities of semantic meaning through sonic play and visual forms. He is often described as a “concrete poet,” and his influential essay “A Psychovisual Perspective for ‘Musical’ Composition” elaborated on the visual aspects of musical and verse composition.


Section A:
Books and Other Separate Publications

1. A PODIUM PRESENTATION
First edition:
Brooklyn Heights: The Poetry Seminar Press, 1960
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 4.5″ x 8.5″, 8 pages, mimeograph printed.
[not in archive]

Note: Atkins’ first book. The book’s opening poem previously appeared in the Seattle magazine Experiment: A Quarterly Of New Poetry (Vol IV, no. 1 [1951]). Back cover lists three of Atkins’ previous publications: “The Hypothetical Arbitrary Constant of Inhibition” (see Free Lance 8:2 [1964]); “A Psychovisual Perspective for ‘Musical’ Composition” (see Free Lance 3:2 [1955] and 5:1 [1958]); and “The Invalidity of Dominant Group Educational Forms” (see Free Lance 7:2 [1963]).

2. PHENOMENA
First edition:
Wilberforce: The Free Lance Poets and Prose Workshop and Wilberforce University Press, 1961
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 4.5″ x 8.5″, 79 pages.


3. OBJECTS
First edition:
Eureka: Hearse Press, 1961
Saddle-stapled in illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 20 pages, 200 copies, offset printed. Cover illustration by Ben Tibbs. Published as the 16th Hearse Press Chapbook edited by E.V. Griffith.

4. TWO BY ATKINS: THE ABORTIONIST & THE CORPSE
First edition:
Cleveland: Free Lance, 1963
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 40 pages. “Two poetic dramas to be set to music”.
[not in archive]

Note: Two By Atkins: The Abortionist and The Corpse: Two Poetic Dramas To Be Set To Music was published by The Free Lance Press, a division of the Free Lance Poets and Prose Workshop, under the auspices of Caspar LeRoy Jordan. Both texts had originally been published in 1954, The Abortionist in Free Lance: a magazine of poetry and prose and The Corpse in the Western Review (Iowa State University). Name on cover as “Rvssyll Atkyns.”

5. OBJECTS 2
First edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1963
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5” x 8.5”, 28 pages, 100 copies, letterpress printed by d.a. levy. Cover art by d.a. levy. This Renegade Press edition includes three poems that appear in OBJECTS (Eureka: Hearse Press, 1960) but is otherwise a different collection.
(T&H P-07)

6. OBJECTS 2
Second edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1964
Saddle-stapled in printed wrappers, 5.5” x 8.5”, 20 pages, letterpress printed by d.a. levy. Second Renegade Press printing with sequence of poems changed from first printing, plus one added poem.
(T&H P-17)

7. DISTANT THE SOUND [POLLUTED LAKE SERIES, No. 1]
levy_polluted01First edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1965
Saddle-stapled in printed wrappers, 4.25? x 6?, 12 pages, letterpress printed by d.a. levy.
(T&H P-43)

8. SPYRYTUAL
levy_spyrytualFirst edition:
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1966
Side-stapled sheets bound in to printed wrappers, 4.25″ x 8.25″, 4 pages, 200 copies, letterpress and mimeograph printed by d.a. levy.
(T&H P-112)

9. OBJECTS FOR PIANO
First edition:
Cleveland: Free Lance, 1967
Saddle-stapled in wrappers, 16 pages. Musical score. There is a short afterword in which the author’s interest in modern music is described.
[not in archive]

10. HERETOFORE
First edition:
London: Paul Breman Ltd, 1968
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 32 pages, offset printed. Published as Volume 7 in the Heritage Series.


11. THE NAIL
First edition:
Cleveland: Free Lance Press, 1970
Stapled wrappers, 90 pages.
[not in archive]

Note: The Nail was based on the eponymous story by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón and written in 1957 at the suggestion of composer Hale Smith. It is meant to be set to music for performance.

12. HERE IN THE
First edition:
Cleveland: Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 1976
Perfect bound in printed wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 52 pages, offset printed. Published as Cleveland Poets Series No. 13.

13. WHICHEVER
First edition:
Cleveland: Free Lance Press, 1978
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 24 pages, offset printed.



14. MALEFICIUM
First edition:
Cleveland: Free Lance Press, 1971
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″,  72 pages, offset and xerography printed.


15. JUXTAPOSITIONS
First edition:
Cleveland: privately printed, 1991
Saddle-stapled in printed wrappers, 5.5″ x 11″, 28 pages, offset and xerography printed.




Section B:
Contributions to Books and Other Publications

1. The Cleveland Manifesto Of Poetry (Cleveland: The Asphodel Bookshop, 1964) first edition, single sheet printed on both sides, mimeograph, dated June 1, 1964 , statements by d.a. levy Kent Taylor, Jau Billera, Russell Atkins, Russell Salamon, and Adelaide Simon. (T&H B-01)

2. The Muntu Poets Of Cleveland (Cleveland: The United Black Artists of Cleveland and Free Lance Poets Press, 1968) first edition, stapled wrappers, Atkins provides the Introductions and one poem: SPYRYTUAL.

3. A Tribute To Jim Lowell (Cleveland: Ghost Press, June 1967) first edition, stapled wrappers, 1/500 copies, mimeograph, cover and silkscreens by T.L. Kryss, contributors include (in order of appearance) B.P. Nichol, T.L. Kryss (Preface), R. Wolter, Jonathan Williams, Mitchell Goodman & Denise Levertov, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Charles Olson, Russell Atkins, Marvin Malone, William Wantling, Jacob Leed, T.L. Kryss, Dwight MacDonald, Paul Carroll, Carl Woideck, d.a. levy, Douglas Casement, George Dowden, Mike Murphy, Franklin W.W. Osinski, Geoffrey Cook, Kent Taylor, D.R. Wagner, Charles Bukowski, Donald Cauble, J.M. Edelstein, James Laughlin, Robert Lowell, Douglas Blazek, Brown Miller, Phillip Kaplan, Gilbert Sorrentino, Guy Davenport, Felix Pollak, Michael McClure, rjs, Dave Cunliffe, Ron Caplan, Carl Weissner, David W. Harris, Walter Lowenfels, John Cornillion, Allen De Loach, Jasper Wood, Walter R. Keller , Ted Berrigan.


Further reading:

Deep Cleveland: biographical data

Eclipse: facsimiles of Atkins work

Kent Taylor

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Kent Taylor started writing poetry his freshman year at Ohio Wesleyan University. After quitting medical school at Ohio State University, he returned to Cleveland, and became a charter member of the underground poetry scene that erupted there during the 1960s. His first six books were published by d. a. levy. Taylor moved to San Francisco in 1970. Publications include 24 books and hundreds of appearances in anthologies and periodicals.

Section A: Books and Broadsides
Section B: Contributions to Books and Other Publications
Section C: Contributions to Periodicals
Sections D-G: Other Work


Further Reading and Reference:

THE BUDDHIST THIRD CLASS JUNKMAIL ORACLE: The Art and Poetry of d.a. levy, edited by Mike Golden. NY: Seven Stories Press, 1999.

D.A. LEVY & THE MIMEOGRAPH REVOLUTION, edited by Larry Smith and Ingrid Swanberg. Huron: Bottom Dog Press, 2007

LOOKING FOR D.A. LEVY (RANDOM SIGHTINGS): THE D.A. LEVY BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume 1 [1963-1966], edited by Kent Taylor and Alan Horvath. Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2006

LOOKING FOR D.A. LEVY (RANDOM SIGHTINGS): THE D.A. LEVY BIBLIOGRAPHY, Volume 2 [1967-1968], edited by Kent Taylor and Alan Horvath. Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2008

ZEN CONCRETE & ETC. BY D.A. LEVY, edited by Ingrid Swanberg. Madison: Ghost Pony Press, 1991


Additional Resources:

Cleveland Memory Project

d.a. levy home page

Deep Cleveland

Literary Kicks

d.a. levy: Contributions to Books and Other Publications

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Section B:
Contributions to Books and Other Publications

(Note: sequence within years is alphabetical)

1. 3 ONE ACT PLAYS
First edition:
Torrance: Hors Commerce Press, 1964
Side-stapled sheets in printed cover with library-tape binding, 8.5″ s 11″, 150 copies. Contributors: Kirby Congdon, Carl Larsen, d.a. levy
(Lowell A9)

2. THE CLEVELAND MANIFESTO OF POETRY: PRINCIPLES BEHIND THE WRITINGS OF 6 CLEVELAND POETS
First edition:
Cleveland: The Asphodel Bookshop, 1964
Single sheet printed on both sides (some copies are two stapled sheets printed rectos only), 8.5″ x 11″, mimeograph printed by d.a. levy. Dated June 1, 1964 with statements by Russell Atkins, Russell Salamon, Adelaide Simon. d.a. levy, Jau Billera, and Kent Taylor.
(T&H B-01)

3. HAIKU ’64
First edition:
Tokyo: Japan Airlines, 1964
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers.

4. Simon, Adelaide. PERMIT ME VOYAGE
First edition:
Cleveland: Free Lance Press, 1964
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 28 pages. Cover and internal illustrations by d.a. levy. Dedication: “To my best poet and friend Russell Atkins”.
(T&H B-02)

5. Wantling, William. DOWN, OFF & OUT
First edition:
Bensenville, IL: Mimeo Press, 1965
Saddle-stapled in illustrated wrappers. Cover art by levy.

6. levy, d.a. and D.r. Wagner. BLACK HAT AT THE END OF THE BAR 
levy_blackhatFirst edition:
Cleveland: 400 Rabbit Press, 1966
Side-stapled in hand-painted wrappers, 26 pages, 120 copies, mimeograph printed by d.a. levy with additional hand-written, hand-painted, and collaged elements by levy and Mara. Text is co-authored by levy and Wagner. 
(Lowell A20, T&H P-104)

7. levy, d.a. and D.r. Wagner. THE EGYPTIAN STROBOSCOPE
First edition:
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1966
Side-stapled in silk-screened wrappers, 8.5″ x 14″, 68 pages, 108 copies.
(Lowell A28, T&H P-110)
[not in archive]

8. 456, AN ANTHOLOGY OF CLEVELAND POETS, edited by d.a. levy
First edition:
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1966
First edition, stapled silkscreened wrappers, 8.5″ x 11″, 54 pages, 500 copies. Preface by Rene Char.
(Lowell B5, T&H P-106)

Contributors: Russell Atkins, Judith Hawthorne Albrecht, Grace Butcher, Geoffrey Cook, John Cornillon, Susan Cornillon, Joel Marc Deutsch, Joel Friedman, Bennet Hassink, Walter R. Keller, Joyce Guion, T.L. Kryss, Jacob Leed, d.a. levy, Mara, Franklin W.W. Osinski, R.J.S., Thom Szuter, Kent Taylor, Don Thomas, Kathie Lenehan

9. levy, d.a. and D.r. Wagner. THE EGYPTIAN STROBOSCOPE
levy_egyptianSecond edition:
Cleveland: Grass Coin Publishing Company, 1967
Side-stapled in collaged wrappers, 8.5″ x 14″, 46 pages, 100 copies. Originally published in 1966 in an edition of 105 copies by 7 Flowers Press. “This is one of the publications seized by the cleveland in the dec. 1966 blitz-bomb”.
(see Lowell A28, T&H P-145)

 

CLEVELAND CONCRETE, edited by rjs
Cleveland: Free Lover Press, 1966
First edition, ditto/photocopy printed. Contributors include: Kent Taylor, Jake Leed, Mimi, Don Thomas, Dagmar, Tom Lackamp, Malcolm Hall, Grady Jones, Claudia Van Tyne, and Joe Walker. levy concrete poem: UNIVERSE JUICE.

TELEGRAMS FROM CENTRAL CONTROL
Niagara Falls, NY: press:today:niagara, 1966
First edition, stapled wrappers, 350 copies, mimeograph. levy poems: SCOTCHPHRENZY • CARROT CREW NIMBO #3.


1967

306, AN ANTHOLOGY OF CLEVELAND POETS
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1967
First edition, stapled wrappers, 306 copies, introduction by levy. levy poem: THINKING OF RIMBAUD • ROSES THAT. (T&H P-124)

A TRIBUTE TO JIM LOWELL
Cleveland: Ghost Press, June 1967
First edition, stapled wrappers, 500 copies, mimeograph, cover and silkscreens by T.L. Kryss. Contributors include: B.P. Nichol, T.L. Kryss (Preface), R. Wolter, Jonathan Williams, Mitchell Goodman & Denise Levertov, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Charles Olson, Russell Atkins, Marvin Malone, William Wantling, Jacob Leed, T.L. Kryss, Dwight MacDonald, Paul Carroll, Carl Woideck, Douglas Casement, George Dowden, Mike Murphy, Franklin W.W. Osinski, Geoffrey Cook, Kent Taylor, D.R. Wagner, Charles Bukowski, Donald Cauble, J.M. Edelstein, James Laughlin, Robert Lowell, Douglas Blazek, Brown Miller, Phillip Kaplan, Gilbert Sorrentino, Guy Davenport, Felix Pollak, Michael McClure, rjs, Dave Cunliffe, Ron Caplan, Carl Weissner, David W. Harris, Walter Lowenfels, John Cornillion, Allen De Loach, Jasper Wood, Walter R. Keller, Ted Berrigan. levy poem: THE GREAT SURREALIST DREAM HAPPENING OF THE ASPHODEL & OTHER ECSTASIES THAT WERE STILL/BORN IN CLEVELAND.

OLE ANTHOLOGY, edited and with an introduction by Douglas Blazek
Glendale, CA: Poetry X/Change, 1967
First edition, perfect bound, offset printed, 1/5000 numbered copies. Contributors include: Charles Bukowski, Gil Orlovitz, T.L. Kryss, D.r. Wagner, William Wantling, Al purdy, Larry Eigner, Dave Etter, Brown Miller, Lee Harwood, Dennis Saleh, Richard Krech, Charles Plymell. levy poem: BOURGEOISIE CHANT.

Kryss, T.L. CLEVELAND POEMS, CHICAGO POEMS & OTHER SHIT
Cleveland: Free Love Press, 1967
First edition, stapled sheets with painted cover, 8.5″ x 11″, 45 pages, 275 copies. Cover painting by d.a. levy (each copy unique).


1968

BLEWOINTMENT PRESS-FASCIST COURT
Vancouver: blewointment press, n.d.[1968])
First edition, stapled sheets with library tape binding, 500 copies. Contributors include: bp nichol, Nelson Ball, Diane di Prima, Margaret Atwood, Bill Bissett, D.R. Wagner. levy poem: ”I DON’T KNOW…”.

Bergé, Carol. POEMS MADE OF SKIN
Toronto: Weed/Flower Press, March 1968
First edition, stapled wrappers, 300 copies. levy cover art: PORTRAIT OF CAROL BERGÉ.

Blazek, Douglas. ALL GODS MUST LEARN TO KILL
Demarest, NJ: Analecta Press, 1968
First edition, paperback, preface by Brown Miller, illustrations by R. Crumb. levy photo collages: THE TIME IN A PURE VIRGIN EYE • HE’S DREAMING THAT WE’RE LISTENING TO HIM!!! • PEYOTL VISION.

D.A. LEVY A TRIBUTE TO THE MAN: AN ANTHOLOGY OF HIS POETRY
levy_ukanhavCleveland: Ghost Press, 1968
First edition, perfect bound with library tape backstrip binding and stiff wrappers, 8.5″ x 11″, 250 pages, 1000 copies. “Proceeds, if any, from the sale of this book will go to the levy defense fund, the yet-to-be-conceived levy subsistence fund, and the subsequent levy offense fund”. Kryss woodcut prints throughout, includes brief levy bibliography, levy material: CLEVELAND UNDERCOVERS • NEW ETHIC FOLK POEM FOR THE BEAT GENERATION IN CLEVELAND • CITY • PASSOVER ’65’ • WILLIAM SOMMER–*–YOU • A LINE FOR THE HAWK FACED GOD WHO CARRIED THE SUN AT DAWN • POEM • TO TERRY • ANGELA • FRAGMENT FROM THE DESTROYED JOURNAL 1965 • ANOTHER FRAGMENT FROM THE DESTROYED JOURNAL • A TOKE FOR THE BROKE • SATORI WHILE PRAYING IN THE BATHROOM • THIRD QUARTER • LADY A • TO JIM LOWELLS GOLDFISH • KISSES • SAPPHO • THE RIVER • LOVE POEM OF A LION • SITTING ON A BENCH NEAR T SQUARE (FOR DAVID MELTZER) • ROAD ROAD GO AWAY • GREAT MAN SLEEPING IN A CLOSET (FOR RICHARD ALLEN MORRIS) • THE BELLS OF THE CHEROKEE PONIES • THE SUBURBAN PROPHETS (FOR R.D.D.) • THE WANDERING WHITE • WARRIORS REST • SHIPENSBURG • LINES FOR LADY JANE • DARK MOON • ZEN GARDENS • THE NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD PART I, FROM THE BURIAL GROUNDS OF THE CAT NATION (PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN TRYING TO EAT THE SUN) • THE NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD PART II, FRONTIERS (BLIND MANS VIEW FROM THE OBSERVATION TOWER) • THE NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD PART III, SHADOWS (SOAP OPERA MYSTICISM) • THE NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD PART IV, THE SLOW DEATH OF BECOMING OTHER PEOPLE • THE NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD PART V, LITANY OF THE LION • PART II • PART III • SONGS FOR DEAD CHILDREN • ROSES THAT (FOR GENE) • THINKING OF RIMBAUD (FORTHOM SZUTER) • LETTER TO LADY BERGE’ • BOURGEOISIE CHANT • TOMB STONE AS A LONELY CHARM (FOR YESHEY TSHOGYAL) • LIGHT ON, THE OLD ‘TEST’ (FOR CHARLES OLSEN) • UNTITLED POEM FRAGMENT • NOTES/VARIATIONS ON A SHORT POEM • IN DEFENSE OF SMUT & POETS • PRAY FOR CLEVELAND • WHY I GOT BUSTED & OTHER NONSENSE • SUB*TROLL SHEET #1–AMPHETAMINE (SUMONES MOTHER GAVE ME) VISION #2 • IRON CROSS OF THE SUN • SPONTANEOUS CONTACT IN THE MIND CANCELLED • AMERICAN OPINION • CLEVELAND::THE RECTAL EYE VISIONS • POEM FOR OUR LADY OF SONGS & DIMENSIONS • POEM FOR LAMA GINSBERG • THE PARA-CONCRETE MANIFESTO • BREAD VISION • THE BLACK PAPERS • SCRIPT E • CHALCHIHUITLICUE #3 • VISUALIZED PRAYER TO THE AMERICAN GOD • HMN & INVOCATION FOR THE AMERICAN GOD • BERET • LE STROB EGYPTIANE #2 • VISION S • THE EGYPTIAN STRAW BOSS COP # FOUR • SHIT SHIT & STROBE #6 • REFRIGERATOR MANTRA • THE SUNLIGHT SHINNING THOUGH MY WIFE’S PAISLEY SKIRT • BAMBOO STICK FROM KENTUKY HANGING ON OUR BACK PORCH • INTER-GALACTIC COMMUNICATIONS CO. OUTLAW • COMMENT ON THE ACID SCENE • SOUND POEM FOR THE ROARING TWENTIES • THE HIPPIES • RELIGIOUS ACID • MIND EXPANSION • PSYCHEDELIC INFORMATION CENTER • MIND MIRROR • “GOD BLESS OUR TELEVISION • 7 FLOWERS • EMERGENCY CITY ORDINANCE • TANTRIC STROBE • A MANTRA TO PROTECT ONE FROM THE VIET CONG (NORTH & SOUTH) • BANANA ROLL BLUES • PRAPS • SUB-TROLL SHEET #2 WITH EVERYTHING UPSIDE DOWN • INSULIN SHOCK LETTER • THE GREAT SURREALIST DREAM HAPPENING • ONE DEATH IN THE LIFE OF JULIE • WHAT CAN I SAY? • PROSECUTOR, AS HIRED GUNSLINGER • THE DREAM OF THE DREAM-TRIAL EXECUTION • THE SUBREAL NARK DREAM • KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY BOOK I • CLEVELAND UBER ALLES • CLOUD IN THE FORM OF A SWASTIKA • LINES FOR THE ERIE STREET CEMETERY • JAYWALKING BLUES • ODE TO A NON-UNION TRUCKDRIVER DRIVING ACROSS NORTH-EASTERN OHIO • KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY BOOK II • KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY BOOK THREE • KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY BOOK 5 • LETTRE TO CLEVELAND. (T&H CO-01)

FOR JOHN R. SCOTT WHO PAINTED FLOWERS
Cleveland: Ghost Press, March 1968
First edition, stapled wrappers, 255 copies, mimeograph, silkscreens by T.L. Kryss. Contributors include levy, Geoffrey A. Cook, r.j.s., T.L. Kryss, D.r. Wagner. levy poem: PROSE-POEM FOR JOHN (DOING-TIME) FOR PAINTING FLOWERS IN THE MIND.

FOR STANLEY HEILBRUN, WHO FLED FROM FREEDOM
Cleveland: Absolute Zero Press, April 1968) first edition, stapled wrappers, 255 copies, mimeograph, silkscreens by T.L. Kryss. Contributors include levy, Geoffrey A. Cook, r.j.s., T.L. Kryss. levy poem:THEY SED YOU WENT EVERYWHERE – FOR STAN HEILBRUN.

FOREVER WORSHIP THE SECOND COMING: FOR GENE BLOOM, STEVE RICHMOND, AND R.J.S., edited by Blazek, Kryss, and Delpino
San Francisco: Black Rabbit Press, 1968
First edition, side-stapled wrappers. Contributions by Bloom, Dwight Macdonald, Mike Berardi, Michael Perkins, Delpino, R. Wolter, r.j.s. Salamon, Harris, Blazek and others. levy note: INDICTMENT OF THE CITY OF CLEVELAND FOR CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF MINORS.

ONCE AGAIN, by Jean-Francois Bory, translated by Lee Hildreth
New York: New Directions Books, 1968
First edition, paperback and hardcover editions issued, offset. levy cocnrete poem: AGAIN?.

PEACE AMONGST THE ANTS
San Francisco: Nevada/Tattoo Press, 1968
First edition, printed folder with 16 broadsides laid in, mimeograph, a tipped-in envelope (“Fame is Puke!”), and a tipped in booklet by D.r. Wagner. Contributors include Charles Bukowski, d.a. levy, Tuli Kupferberg, Harold Norse, D.r. Wagner, Douglas Blazek, T.L. Kryss, Al Purdy, Carl Weissner. levy poem: PROSECUTOR, AS HIRED GUNSLINGER.


1969

12 POETS, edited by D.r. Wagner
Sacramento: Runcible Spoon, 1969
First edition, stapled wrappers. levy poem: OXYGEN (OR A SPIRIT OF LIFE).

IN A TIME OF REVOLUTION: POEMS FROM OUR THIRD WORLD, edited by Walter Lowenfels
New York: Vinatage Books, 1969
First edition, paperback original. Contributiors include: Carol Berge, Paul Blackburn, Grace Butcher, Diane Di Prima, Will Inman, Allen Katzman, Bob Kaufman, Tuli Kupferberg, Carl Larsen, d.a. levy, Clarence Major, David Meltzer, George Montgomery, Margaret Randall, Steven Richmond, Ed Sanders, William Wantling. d. a. levy poem: ODE TO MAYOR LOCKER.

PANAMA GOLD, edited by T.L. Kryss
San Francisco/Cleveland: Zero Publications, 1969
First edition, stapled sheets tipped into silk-screened wrappers, 200 copies. Contributors include: Douglas Blazek: THE MIND RESTS ONLY WHEN THE HEART IS SCUTTLED FOR GOOD, Charles Bukowski: THE HOLLYWOOD SWIMMING POOL LIFE, Kent Taylor: THE WESTERN POEM, D.R. Wagner: IT’S KIND OF WHAT DEATH IS LIKE]. levy poem: TOMB STONE AS A LONELY CHARM

THE WRITING ON THE WALL, 108 AMERICAN POEMS OF PROTEST, edited by Walter Lowenfels
NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1969
First edition, hardcover, review copy with slip laid in, [other contributors include Blazek, Bukowski, Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg, and others. levy poem: THE BELLS OF THE CHEROKEE PONIES.


1970s

EMILY DICKENSON: LETTERS FROM THE WORLD, edited by Marguerite Harris
NY: Corinth Books, 1970
First edition, perfect bound, offset. levy cover art: WILD FLOWERS IN A DESERTED CEMETERY.

THE ALLEGHENY STAR ROUTE, ENTRAILS AT TAILS END
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, 1975
First edition, stapled sheets bound into printed wrappers, mimeograph printed. Contributors include: E.R. Baxter, Charles Bukowski, Brown Miller, Harold Norse, Charles Plymell, Jim Soric, Thom Szuter, rjs, Kent Taylor, D.r. Wagner, Willie. levy poem: THINKING OF RIMBAUD.

CLEVELAND: GOING HOME (HOT FUCK)
Cleveland: Mostly Broken Scabs Press, n.d. [c.1977]
First edition, stapled sheets bound into printed wrappers, offset printed. levy poem: ONE DEATH IN THE LIFE OF JULIE.

WHAT THERE IS LEFT TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT A LIGHT WHICH IS NOT ABLE TO BE THERE, edited by T.L. Kryss
Sacramento: Runcible Spoon, 1970
First edition, stapled wrappers, 200 copies, mimeograph, cover silkscreen by T.L. Kryss, [other contributors include Blazek, Bukowski, Kryss, Brown Miller, Kent Taylor, Wagner, Willie. levy poem: THE BOX LUNCH TRAVEL-OG OF FREMONT GULCH.


1980s+

THE LAST BLEWOINTMENT ANTHOLOGY, VOLS. I & II, edited by Bill Bissett
Toronto: Nightwood Editions, 1985 & 1986
First edition, perfect bound, offset, two volumes: AC-LE & LI-ZO. levy poems: VISUALIZED PRAYER TO THE AMERICAN GOD #1 • VISUALIZED PRAYER TO THE AMERICAN GOD #2 • VISUALIZED PRAYER TO THE AMERICAN GOD #3 • BOURGEOISIE CHANT.

THE LONG MARCH OF CLEVELAND
Cleveland Heights: Green Panda Press, 2002
First edition, stapled wrappers, 100 numbered copies. levy concrete poetry:PERMANENTLY ELECTRIC • IMPOSE IT ON YOURSELF • ORIGINAL LIGHT ROCK. levy poems: excerpts from RECTAL EYE VISION #2 • LETTRE TO CLEVELAND • TOMB STONE AS A LONELY CHARM PART 3 • ZEN CONCRETE.

Jim Lowell’s levy checklist

JAMES R. LOWELL

A Preliminary Checklist of the Writings of d.a. levy (1942-1968)

DEAR D.A.,
Well, old friend, the sackcloth of respectability has been laid upon you. A scholarly and respected library journal is devoting an issue to you and your writings. Imagine your ashes will ignite the Cuyahoga over it, but at least it will be a pure flame. It certainly isn’t a complete checklist but it is a start. Your good friends, Douglas Blazek and Kent Taylor have been most helpful in preparing it.  With a couple exceptions I’ve limited the list to those publications entirely by you, and those edited by you. As your old gadfly, Colonel  J. Williams, would exclaim, ONWARD!

A. Books and Pamphlets by d.a. levy.

1. VARIATIONS ON FLIP.  Wrappers.  Renegade Press, Cleveland (1963). One of 100 numbered copies.

2. FRAGMENTS OF A SHATTERED MIRROR. Wrappers. Renegade Press. Cleveland (1963). One of 100 numbered copies.

3. MORE WITHDRAWED OR LESS. Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1963). One of 100 numbered copies.(N.B. The above three titles were largely destroyed by the author and there are probably no more than 10-15 copies extant of each title.)

4. MORE WITHDRAWED OR LESS.  Second Printing (Revised). Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1963).

5. fortuItOns MotHeRFuCer (with Kent Taylor). Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1964). One of 75 copies.

6. FAREWELL THE FLOATING CUNT. With prints by author. Wrappers. RenegadePress, Cleveland (1964). One of 105 copies.

7. 5 CLEVELAND PRINTS. 5 Prints laid in wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1964). Between 50-53 copies.

8. CLEVELAND PRINTS.  Vol. 2. Six prints laid in wrapper.  Renegade Press, Cleveland (1964). Between 50-54 copies.

9. “IN Group” A One-Act Play.  In 3 ONE-ACT PLAYS. Wrappers. Hors Commerce Press, Torrance, Ca. (1964). One of 150 copies.

10. “UNTITLED”. Wrappers. (Cleveland 1964). One of only 5 numbered copies. A spontaneous levy assemblage employing sheets from earlier publications & new drawings.

11. 50 SECONDS TIL BLASTOFF.  Published under pseudonym of Allan Denis. Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1965).  One of 37 copies.

12. NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD. Part I and 2. Wrappers. Free Lance Press, Cleveland (1965). A typically bad Free Lance production with horrendous errors throughout.  A few copies had three small paintings by levy bound in.

13. ALEATORY ATTEMPTS AT MONEY MAKING. Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (n.d.).  One of 4 copies.

14. CHALCHIHUITLICUE. Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1965). One of 37 copies.

15. CLEVELAND UNDERCOVERS. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 500 copies. There was also an edition of 65 special copies with “freak covers” by the author, no two alike.

16. VISUALIZED PRAYERS & HYMN FOR THE AMERICAN $GOD$. Wrappers. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 115 copies.

17. THE GREAT TIBETAN TRAIN ROBBERY MYSTERY PLAY IN COLOR. Wrappers. Cleveland (1966). One of 73 copies.

18. ROBERT MOTHERWELL. A Poem. Wrappers, Cleveland (1966). One of a very few copies with poem in typescript & original drawing by author.

19. CLEVELAND: THE RECTAL EYE VISIONS. Introduction by Douglas Blazek. Wrappers. press:today:niagara, Niagara Falls, NY (1966). One of 126 copies.

20. BLACK HAT AT THE END OF THE BAR. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 100 copies.

21. GREAT MAN SLEEPING IN A CLOSET, Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966).

22. LINES FOR LADY JANE. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 100 copies.

23. THE NORTH AMERICAN BOOK OF THE DEAD. Parts 1-5. Second Revised Edition. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966).  One of 210 copies.

24. THE CEMENT FUCK. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 110 copies.

25. PLASTIC SAXOPHONE FOUND IN AN EGYPTIAN TOMB. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 100 copies.

26. SCARAB. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 45 copies.

27. WHITE LIGHT. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966).

28. THE EGYPTIAN STROBOSCOPE. With d.R. Wagner. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 108 copies.

29. KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY. Book 1. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press. Cleveland (1967). One of 150 copies.

30. KIBBUTZ IN THE SKY.  Book 11. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1967). One of 200 copies.

31. POEM FOR JULIE. Wrappers. Grass Coin Publishing Company, Cleveland (1967). One of 260 copies.

32. THE BOX LUNCH TRAVEL-OG OF FREMONT GULCH. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1967). About 60 copies.

33. LITTLE BLEW BOOK. Numbers 1-2. Two Volumes. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1967). Each one of 45 copies.

34. UNMAILED LETTERS TO ED PEDERSON AND (THE MYSTERIOUS) ANNBURGERS. Wrappers. Issue #3 of GRONK, Fleye Press, Toronto (1967). About 250 copies.

35. TANTRIC STROBE.  Parts I & 2. Wrappers. Ghost Press, Cleveland (1967). One of 150 copies.

36. LETTRE TO ALAN KATZMAN. Wrappers. Parma Heights, Ohio (1967). One of 200 copies.

37. TOMBSTONE AS A LONELY CHARM.  Parts I-III. Three Volumes. Wrappers. Runcible Spoon, Sacramento (1967-68). Each one of 500 copies.

38. PROSE: on poetry in the wholesale education & culture system. Wrappers. Gunrunner Press, Milwaukee (1968).  One of 300 copies.

39. ZEN CONCRETE. Pictorial wrappers. Blewointment Press, Vancouver (1968). One of 300 copies.

40. POEM FOR BEVERLY. Wrappers. Cold Mountain Publishing Company. Cleveland (1968). One of 400 copies.

41. POEMS. Wrappers. Quixote Press, Madison (1968). One of 150 copies.

42. SUBURBAN MONASTERY DEATH POEM. Wrappers. Zero Edition, Cleveland (1968). One of 500 copies.

43. THE BEGINNING OF SUNNY DAWN. Pictorial wrappers. Ghostflower Press, Cleveland  (1968). One of 236 copies.

44. THE TIBETAN STROBOSCOPE. Wrappers. Ayizan Press, Cleveland (1968). Approximately 4,000 copies were printed of which 3,000 were destroyed prior to author’s suicide.

45. UKANHAVYRFUCKINCITIBAK. D.A.LEVY: A TRIBUTE TO THE MAN. AN ANTHOLOGY OFHIS POETRY. Pictorial wrappers. Ghost Press, Cleveland (1968). One of 1,000 copies.

46. THE MADISON POEMS. Loose sheets laid in silk-screened envelope. Quixote Press, Madison (1969). One of 500 copies. Collages, concrete poems & poems.

47. THE BEGINNING OF SUNNY DAWN & RED LADY. Wrappers. Open Skull Press, San Francisco (1969). One of 500 copies.

48. SONGS FOR DEAD CHILDREN. Wrappers. Black Rabbit Press, San Francisco (1969). About 100 copies.

49. NOTES: VARIATIONS ON A SHORT POEM. Wrappers. Runcible Spoon, Sacramento (1970).  One of 300 copies.

B. Books, periodicals, series, edited by d.a. levy

1. THE SILVER CESSPOOL. Numbers 1-5. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1963-64).

2. THE MARRAHWANNA QUARTERLY. Volume 1, Number 1-Volume 4, Number 2 (14 issues), Renegade Press, Cleveland (1964-68).

3. POLLUTED LAKE SERIES. Numbers 1-12. Renegade Press, Cleveland (1965).

4. OHIO CITY SERIES. Numbers 1-7. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1965).

5. 465.  An Anthology of Cleveland Poets. Wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 500 copies.

6. POETS AT THE GATE. Numbers 1-4. Cleveland (1966).

7. THE PUKING PIDGEON #1 OR THE FUCKING DUCK #1 OR THE SEARCH FOR THE HOLY HOUKAH REVEALED #1. Wrappers. 400 Rabbit Press, Cleveland (1966). One of 115 copies.

8. SHIT SHEET. Numbers 1-2. Cleveland (1966).

9. MARRAHWANNAH NEWSLETTER. Numbers 1-2. Cleveland (1966).

10. 306. An Anthology of Cleveland Poets. Pictorial wrappers. 7 Flowers Press, Cleveland (1967). One of 306 copies.

11. BUDDHIST 3RD CLASS JUNKMAIL ORACLE. Numbers 1-17. Cleveland (1967-68). Levy edited the first 17 numbers; the series was continued by Steve Ferguson & appears irregularly.

That’s about it for now, d.a. Hope you and Robert Conway have made it through the pass.
Love,Jim


This checklist first appeared in THE SERIF, Kent State University Library Quarterly, Vol. VIII, No. 4, December, 1971

Kent Taylor: Contributions to Periodicals

* Note: sequence within years is alphabetical

THE ALPHA MUSELETTER, Vol. 27, No. 5
Delaware, February 1959
“Why”, “Peace” [Taylor’s first appearance]

OWL (Ohio Wesleyan Literary Magazine), No. 2
Delaware, n.d. [1961]
“Presence”

FENN COLLEGE POETRY FORUM WORKSHEETS, No. X
Cleveland, November 1963
“A Part of Time”

FREE LANCE, Vol. 7, No. 2
Cleveland, 1963
“Duluth”

MOTHER, No. 8
Pittsburgh, c. 1963
“Alone”, “Again”

SILVER CESSPOOL, Vol. 1, edited by d.a. levy
Cleveland, 1963
“Jewelry”, “Trite Things”, “Flotsam”, “To D.B.”, “Changing”, “Visions”

FREE LANCE, Vol. 8, No. 1
Cleveland, 1964
“Foreign”, “Still Times”

INPUT, Vol. 1, No. 3
New York, September 1964
“Ashes of the Phoenix”

INPUT, Vol. 1, No. 4
New York, December 1964
“Open Can in a Storm”, “Oct. 19”, “Cleveland Manifesto” (prose)

KAURI, No. 2, edited by Will Inman
New York, June-July 1964
letter excerpt

KAURI, No. 3, edited by Will Inman
New York, July-Aug. 1964
[untitled] “Listening for buttons…”, letter excerpt

MARRAHWANNA QUARTERLY, Vol. 1, No. 2, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, 1964-65
“Grandfather’s Speeches”, untitled print

RADICAL VOICE, Vol. 1, No. 2
Cleveland, 1964
book review

SILVER CESSPOOL, Vol. 2, edited by d.a. levy
Cleveland, 1964
“Shapes”

SILVER CESSPOOL, Vol. 3, edited by d.a. levy
Cleveland, 1964
“To The Suicides of the Golden Gate Bridge”

SILVER CESSPOOL, Vol. 5, edited by d.a. levy
Cleveland, 1964
[untitled] “We watch sponges…”, book review

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No.3, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1964
[untitled] “Razor calling…”

15¢, No. 1
Cleveland, 1965
“Dampness”, “Ifs”

15¢, No. 2
Cleveland, 1965
“Cleveland”

FINE ARTS, Vol. 12, No. 577
Cleveland, 27 June 1965
“Duluth”

FREE LANCE, Vol. 9, No. 2
Cleveland, 1965
“Aug. 31, 1965”, “May 22, 1965”, “Tones” [Note:  these last two poems (“May 22, 1965” and “Tones”) were mistakenly printed as one]

GOOSEBERRY, No. 2
Cleveland, 1965
“15527 Madison”, [untitled] “Well usually…”, “For d.a. levy and John Cornillon”

KAURI, No.8, edited by Will Inman
NY, May-June 1965
[untitled] “Yes we must…”, letter excerpt

OLE, No. 3, edited by Douglas Blazek
Bensenville, 1965
[untitled] “My cat…”

PODIUM, Vol. 1, No. 1, edited by Jau Billera
Cleveland, 1965
[untitled] “The cliff…”, [untitled] “Oh the face…”

POET MEAT, No. 9/10, edited by Dave Cunliffe and Tina Morris
Blackburn, Summer 1965
[untitled] “Things are breaking…”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 4, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1965
“Bud”, [untitled] “If the radio…”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 5, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1965
“April 4”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW #6, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1965
“March 25, 1965”, “March 15, 1965”

BEGINNING, No. 1 , edited by Joe Walker
Cleveland, 1966
“Prospect Avenue”, “December 1-2, 1965”, “Events: Oct 15, 1965 , Cleveland”

EARTH, No. 2
Santa Monica, 1966
[untitled] “Books of numbers…”, [untitled] “The time the things…”

EIGHT PAGER, Series 1,  Part 2, edited by D.r. Wagner
New York, 1966
[untitled] “Memories crushing…”, “January 10, 1966”, “Feb. 10, 1966”

HIKA, Vol. 29, No. 1
Gambier, Fall 1966
“8-27-66”, “9-19-66”

KAURI, No. 12, edited by Will Inman
NY, January-February 1966
letter excerpt

MARRAHWANNA QUARTERLY, Vol. 2, No. 1, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, 1966
“May 6, 1965”, “November 18, 1965”, “Aug. 22, 1965”

MARRAHWANNA QUARTERLY, Vol. 2, No. 3, edited by d. a. levy Cleveland, 1966
[untitled] “Boohoo…” [Joan Taylor co-author]

MOONSTONES, Vol. 1, No. 2, edited by D.r. Wagner
Sacramento, 1966
“7-13-66” [Taylor guest edited the Cleveland section]

POETS AT THE GATE, Vol. 1, No. 1, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, March 1966
[untitled] “My poems are…”, [untitled] “Tonight some…”

POETS AT THE GATE, Vol. 1, No. 2, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, April 1966
[untitled] “Pieces of me…”

POETS AT THE GATE, Vol. 1, No. 4, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, July 1966
“A Call to Arms”

POTPOURRI, No. 7/8
Milwaukie, Summer 1966
“Road Land”

SUM, No. 1, edited by Carl Woideck
Lakewood, 1966
“Aug 2, 1965″, [untitled] “Pressures in the head…”, [untitled] “Chimney apartments…”

SUM, No. 2, edited by Carl Woideck
Lakewood, 1966
“John Handy’s Spanish Lady”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 7, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1966
[untitled] “Tables and eternity…”, “June 30, 1965”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 8, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1966
“Feb. 5, 1966”, “Feb. 14, 1966”, “December 25, 1965”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 9, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1966
“East to Cleveland”, “For the Living”, “3-5-66”, “3-25-66”, “The Seasonal Man”

WORMWOOD REVIEW, Vol. 6, No. 3, Issue 23, edited by Marvin Malone
Storrs/Stockton, August 1966
“Clear and Cold”, “Aug. 7, 1965”

ASSASSINATORS BROADSHEET, No. 1
Surrey, 1967
“7-13-66″, [untitled] “Panhandlers…”, [untitled] “Winter chimes…”

CONGRESS, No. 3, edited by Sam Seiffer
Bronx, 1967
[untitled] “My wife’s holier…”, “For K”, “4-5-67”

FREE LOVE PERIODICALLY, No. 1
Cleveland, 1967
“8-15-66”

FREE LOVE PERIODICALLY, No. 2
Cleveland, 1967
“Words”, “4-16-67”

GRIST, No. 10, edited by John Fowler
Lawrence, 1967
“4-11-66”

GRONK, No. 6/7, edited by bp Nichol
Toronto, 1967
untitled collage

MARRAHWANNA QUARTERLY, Vol. 3; No. 1, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, 1967
“11-30-66”, book review

MARRAHWANNA QUARTERLY, Vol. 3, No. 2, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, 1967
“Clear and Cold”, [untitled] “My cat caught…”, “East to Cleveland”, [untitled] “If the radio…”, “Atro-City”, “Road Land”, “A Call to Arms”, “I Feel Like Seven Days”, “9-4-66”

MARRAHWANNAH NEWSLETTER, No. 2, edited by d. a. levy
Cleveland, 1967
“Up Down Timothy Leary”, “Anti-Chant”

OLE, No. 7, edited by Douglas Blazek
Bensenville, 1967
seven book reviews

RUNCIBLE SPOON, edited by D.r. WAGNER and Barbara O’Connelly
Carmichael, 1967
“10-12-66”

RUNCIBLE SPOON, No. 7 , edited by D.r. WAGNER and Barbara O’Connelly
Carmichael, n.d. [c. 1967]
“Death of an Amusement Park”

SUM, No. 3, edited by Carl Woideck
Lakewood, 1967
“3-18-68 (for Jack Kerouac)”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 10, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1967
“The Change”, “9-4-66”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 12, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1967
“6-4-66”,  “Visits”, “Cleveland Falling”

THE WILLIE, No. 1
San Francisco, Summer 1967
“8-29-66”, “11-3-66”

ASYLUM, No. 6
Bootle, October 1968
“4-22-68”, “8-13-67”

GRIST, No. 11, edited by John Fowler
Lawrence, 1968
“Trip to Niagara”

THE LITTLE MAG, Vol. 1, No. 1
Niagara Falls, [1968]
“2-4-68”, “9-27-67”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 14, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1968
[untitled] “Clouds like…”

THE WILLIE, No. 2
San Francisco, Spring 1968
“5-12-66”, “Trip to Niagara”, “4-15-67”, “8-7-67”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE #22
Cleveland, May 1969
“The Western Poem”

FREE LANCE, Vol. 13, Nos. 1&2
Cleveland, 1969
“Adelaide Simon”

MEATBALL, No. 1, edited by Joel Deutsch
San Francisco, May 1969
“9-26-68”, “For J.”, “12-29-68 Cleveland”, “2-23-69”

QUIXOTE, Vol. 4, No. 8
Madison, Spring 1969
“10-8-67”, “9-6-68”

SATTVAS REVIEW, No. 1, edited by Franklin W. Osinski
Cleveland, Fall 1969
“5-26-68”, “8-19-68”, “9-23-68”, “1-10-69”, “2-15-69”, “2-8-69”

UP:JUT [AKA POTATO]
Seattle, January 1969
“4-29-68”, “7-26-68”, “11-9-68”

AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Part 2
Los Angeles, 1970
“3-18-68 (for Jack Kerouac)”

ANN ARBOR REVIEW, No. 8/9
Ann Arbor, 1970
“U.S. #1”, “Harbor Inn Blues”

SATTVAS REVIEW, No. 2, edited by Franklin W. Osinski
Cleveland, Spring 1970
“7-14-68”, “12-22-69”

SECOND AEON, No. 12, edited by Peter Finch
Cardiff, 1970
“5-26-70”, “1-27-70”

SHADED ROOM, No. 1
Pittsburgh, March 1970
“Driving to Meet My Son”, “6-24-69”, “10-26-69”, “5-8-69”, “1-29-69”

TAMPA POETRY REVIEW, No. 19, edited by Duane Locke
Tampa, 1970
[untitled] “Old pain…”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE, No. 27
Cleveland, February 1971
“Postcard to a Friend and My Son”

GLASS ONION, No. 1, edited by Roger Edwards
Together Publications, [1971]
[untitled] “The years have…”

MEATBALL, No. 8, edited by Joel Deutsch
San Francisco, 1971
“8-30-69”, “Lines Written a Few Hours before Learning that d.a. levy Had Shot Himself to Death”

SECOND AEON, No. 13, edited by Peter Finch
Cardiff, 1971
“The Western Poem”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE, No. 31
Cleveland, February 1972
“Poem for a Wilting Flower”

SECOND AEON, No. 14, edited by Peter Finch
Cardiff, 1972
“6-7-70”, “10-25-70”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE, No. 35
Burton, March 1973
“11-29-72”

SECOND AEON, No. 16/17, edited by Peter Finch
Cardiff, 1973
“San Jose – San Francisco”, “1-2-72”

INVISIBLE CITY, No. 16/17
Fairfax, June 1975
“To a Son Who Followed”

VAGABOND, No. 21, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg, Nov. 1975
“The Academy Awards”, “Reunion”, “November 1974”, “2-7-74”, “5-28-72”

VAGABOND, No. 23/24, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg, Spring 1976
“10-1-68”, “3-13-69”, “For Pam”, “11-10/11-25-73”, “Travel Notes”

VAGABOND, No. 25, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg, Jan-Mar. 1977
“Round Trip from San Francisco”

VAGABOND, No. 27, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg, Spring 1978
“3-17-78”, “1-2-78”, “Autumn”

ILHA DO DESTERRO, Vol. 1 , Nos. 2&3
Florianopolis, Brazil, 1979
“10-1-68”, plus commentary

SCREE, No. 13/14, edited by Kirk Robertson
Fallon, 1979
“9-23-77”, “To my Father”, “Enchantment with Plants”, “1-29-78”, “5-24-78”, “Ten Years Later”, “7-9-68”

VAGABOND, No. 29, edited by John Bennett
Ellensburg, Winter 1979
“The Cleveland Underground Poetry Scene: A Personal Reminiscence” (prose), “10-21-78”, “10-24-78”

PROCTOR BULLETIN, Vol. 3, No. 2
San Francisco, June 1980
“6-11-79”

PROCTOR BULLETIN, Vol. 3, No. 3
San Francisco, September 1980
“Dawn”

LIMBERLOST REVIEW, No. 9
Albuquerque, 1981
“3-31-69”

SUISUN VALLEY REVIEW, No. 1
Solano Community College, Spring 1981
“Silhouette”

UCSF JOURNAL, Vol. 5, No. 3
San Francisco, 1981
“Days of Smoke/Lightning Nights”, “Family Matters”

ALLY
Santa Cruz, 1982
“6-11-79”, “Lightning Nights”, “For My Mother”

TRANSOM, Vol. 2, No. 1
Metuchen, Spring 1982
“8-31-81”, “7-18-80”, “Contrivance for Bad Weather”, “Letter to Home”, “Star Shadows”

ALLY
Santa Cruz, 1983
“1-1-77”, “9-23-79”

SCREE, No. 22/23, edited by Kirk Robertson
Fallon, 1983
“Downtown”, “1-4-82”, “Delivery”, “Negatives”

ALLY
Santa Cruz, 1984
“Summer History”, “Cleveland”, [untitled] “Your unread pages…”

SYNAPSE, Vol. 28, No. 30
San Francisco, May 1984
“Silhouette”

ALLY
Santa Cruz, 1985
“Passage”

CREAM CITY REVIEW, Vol. 10, No. 1
Milwaukee, 1985
“Proofreader”

ABRAXAS, No. 34, edited by Ingrid Swanberg
Madison, 1986
“For the Destroyed Poets of Ohio”, “Family Matters”, “7-18-83”, “Heading North”, “A Belated Touche for d.a. levy”, “4 A.M.”

COW IN THE ROAD, Vol. 1, No. 1
San Jose, Winter 1986
“Survey”

COW IN THE ROAD, Vol. 1, No. 2
San Jose, Spring 1986
“Ode to Age 40”, “I-280”, “San Francisco/San Jose”

TAPROOT, First Series, No. 3
Cleveland Heights, 1986
“San Francisco Bus Depot”

ABRAXAS, No. 35/36, edited by Ingrid Swanberg
Madison: 1987
“Buying Groceries”, “Bay Bridge”, “N-Judah”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE, No. 117
Burton, December 1987
“Returning to Cleveland with an Olive Branch”

WIDENER REVIEW, No. 4
PA , 1987
“Photograph of a Stranger”, “Graduation Postscript”, “To My Son”

PINCHPENNY, Vol. 9, No. 1
Sacramento, 1988
“Challenger”, brief commentary on VAGABOND magazine

THE QUARTERLY, No. 5, edited by Gordon Lish
New York, Spring 1988
“Escape”, “The Killer”, “For Janine at Six Months”, “Excuse”, “Dead Reckoning”

THE QUARTERLY, No. 6, edited by Gordon Lish
New York, Summer 1988
“What Happened to My Mother”, “Prisoner”

SWAMP ROOT, Vol. 1, No. 1, edited by Al Masarik
Jacksboro, January 1988
“Late Show”, “Art Pepper”, “Silhouette”

SWAMP ROOT, Vol. 1, No. 2/3
Jacksboro, December 1988
“Chasing Helen”, “Dancer”, “Silence”, “Pantomime at My Wife’s Grave”, “Solo”, “Ordinary Stars”, “April”, “Fugitive”, “Requiem”, “Lifelines”, “Returning to Cleveland with an Olive Branch”, “Carnival Masks”, “Passing Time”, “March” [Taylor is the featured poet for this issue.]

TOOK, Vol. 1, No. 16, edited by Ed Mycue
San Francisco, 1988
“8-3-81”, “February Song”, “7-18-80”

ABRAXAS, No. 37, edited by Ingrid Swanberg
Madison: 1989
“One-Way”, “Note to My Wife”

CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
San Francisco, Fall 1989
“Silence”

PAINTED BRIDE QUARTERLY, No. 36
Philadelphia, 1989
“Lifelines”, “There was Too Much to Hold”, “Lightning Bugs”

SWAMP ROOT, Vol. 1, No. 4
Jacksboro, 1989
“Flooding the Labyrinth”, “Hide-and-Seek”

BEVEAVEMENT FAMILY SERVICES NEWSLETTER, Vol. 12, No. 3
Corte Madera, 1990
“Pantomime at My Wife’s Grave”

SWAMP ROOT, Vol. 1, No. 5
Jacksboro, Winter/Spring, 1990
“Calendar”, “Cleaning the Wound”

SWAMP ROOT, Vol. 1, No. 6
Jacksboro, Summer/Fall 1990
“Murmurs”, “Commentator In”, “Stupid Questions”

ABRAXAS, No. 40/41, edited by Ingrid Swanberg
Madison: 1991
“Creatures of Habit”, “Jamais Vu”

THE FOLD, No. 1
San Francisco, Winter 1991
“Between the Lines”, “No Plans”

ONTHEBUS, Issue 6/7
Los Angeles, Winter/Spring 1991
“Waiting for Morning”

PEARL, No. 13
Long Beach, Spring/Summer 1991
“View from a Junk-Food Emporium”

SNAKESKIN, edited by Angi Lowry
Chicago: Anaconda press, 1991
“Offering”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE, No. 149
Burton, August 1992
“Fourth of July at Ocean Beach”

ASTARTE, Vol. 1, No. 1
Boulder, 1992
“Shedding a Chimera”

BOMBAY GIN, Vol. 2, No. 2
Boulder , Summer 1992
“March Breakdown”

LISTENING EYE, edited by Grace Butcher
Geauga, 1992
“December”

F/X, Vol. 1, No. 1
Fort Collins, 1993
“Occupational Hazard”, “Boomerang”

GRIST ON-LINE, No. 3
New York, December 1993
“Keeping up with the Jonses”, “Fourth of July at Ocean Beach”, “Trip to Niagara” [These poems appear in both print and on-line formats.]

LISTENING EYE, edited by Grace Butcher
Geauga, 1993
“Changing Weather”

MAN ALIVE!, No. 5
Calverton, 1993
transcription of taped comments on d.a.levy [many errors]

RAIN CITY REVIEW, Vol. 1, No. 2
Portland, Spring 1993
“Test Site”, “Drunk in the Loom”

RED CEDAR REVIEW OF COLORADO,  No. 2
Louisville, 1993
“Blackout”, “Visitation”, “Spellbound”, “Monsters”

RED CEDAR REVIEW OF COLORADO, No. 3
Louisville, 1993
“Quick Change”

RED CEDAR REVIEW OF COLORADO, No. 5
Louisville, 1993
“Tabula Rasa”, “42 and Counting”

CAPRICE
Wichita, June 1994
“Rapture”, “Bargaining with the Millennium”

CORACLE POETRY, No. 1
Berkeley, Winter 1994
“Librarian”

LISTENING EYE, edited by Grace Butcher
Geauga, 1994
“A Plea to the Dead for Forgiveness”, “Jack-O-Lantern”

MA!, No. 6 
Calverton, 1994 [formerly MAN ALIVE!]
“Keeping up with the Jonses”

RAIN CITY REVIEW, Vol. 2, No. 4
Portland, Spring/Summer 1994
“Full Disclosure”, “Bone Music”

ATOM MIND, Vol. 4, No. 16
Albuquerque, Spring 1995
“Billie Holiday”, “Inner Sunset”

LISTENING EYE, edited by Grace Butcher
Geauga, 1995
“Occupational Hazard”, “Night Physics” [original version]

THE QUARTERLY, No. 30, edited by Gordon Lish
New York, Summer 1995
“Night Physics” [edited version]

LISTENING EYE, edited by Grace Butcher
Geauga, 1996
“Brain Tumor”

ONE TRICK PONY, No. 2, edited by Louis McKee
Philadelphia, Fall 1997
“Sanctuary”, “Low Clouds along the Coast”

RAIN CITY REVIEW, Vol. 2, No. 8
Portland, Winter/Spring 1997-1998
“Boomerang”

ASPHODEL BOOK SHOP CATALOGUE, No. 192
Burton, October 1998
“Waiting for Weldon”

BARD, No. 6, 24-7 Magazine Supplement
Providence, 1998
“Out of Time”

LUCID MOON, No. 31
Hampton, March 1999
“Bone Music”, “Full Disclosure”, “Chasing Helen”, “Night Physics”
[Titles of last two poems reversed.]

RATTAPALLAX, No. 2, edited by George Dickerson
New York, 1999
“Outpost”

SAY YES, Vol. 1, No. 1
Sacramento, 1999
“Incident in the N-Judah Tracks”, “White Night Blues”

RATTAPALLAX, No. 3, edited by George Dickerson
New York, 2000
“Flying through a Storm with James Wright”

RATTAPALLAX, No. 4, edited by George Dickerson
New York, 2000
“Drawing Blood”

RATTLE, Issue 14, Vol. 6, No. 2, edited by Alan Fox
Sherman Oaks, Winter 2000
“Out of Time”, “Deficits”

ONE TRICK PONY, No. 6
Philadelphia, Fall 2001
“Talking to Helen”, “Reply to a Scented Letter”

RATTAPALLAX, No. 5, edited by George Dickerson
New York, 2001
“Turning 57”, “Late Show at the Starlight Laundry”

RATTLE, Issue 15, Vol. 7, No. 1, edited by Alan Fox
Sherman Oaks, Summer 2001
“Seeing Things”

BOOG CITY, Issue 3, edited by David Kirschenbaum
New York City, February-March 2002
“Not Quite Janine”

ONTHEBUS, Issue 17/18
Los Angeles, 2002
“Brain Tumor”

JEFF MASER – BOOKSELLER, List No. 36
Richmond, November 2004
“Wake”, “For Nick Gabaldon”

THEE FLAT BIKE, No. 1, edited by Matthew Wascovich
Cleveland, 2004
“The Opposite of Hallucinating”, “Waiting for Weldon”, “Up in the Air”, “Airmail”, “Signaling Jim”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 48, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, November, 2004
“Vegas”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 49, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, January, 2005
“Slow Learner”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 50, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, March 2005
“Loose Ends”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 53, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, October 2005
“Christmas”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL #55, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, October 2005
“Keeping Warm”

ABRAXAS, No. 44/45, edited by Ingrid Swanberg
Madison, 2006
“Flying through a Storm with James Wright”

BOTTLE, No. 4, edited by Bill Roberts
Dover, 2006
“Night Physics”

BOTTLE, No. 5, edited by Bill Roberts
Dover, 2007
“Calling Cards”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 60, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, 2009
“Ready or Not”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL,  No. 61, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, 2009
“Lately”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 63, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, April 2011
“Close Parenthesis”

MISER MAGAZINE, No. 5, edited by Nicole Hennessy and Lauren Dulay
Lakewood, June 2013
“What’s Left”

UNARMED-ADVENTUROUS POETRY JOURNAL, No. 66, edited by Michael Mann
St. Paul, February 2014
“What’s Left”

BIG HAMMER, #19, edited by Dave Roskos
Island Heights: Iniquity Press/Vendetta Books, February 2017
“Woman at a Mental Health Clinic” (haiku)

Kent Taylor: Books and Broadsides

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Section A:
Books and Broadsides

1. SELECTED POEMS
First edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1963
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5” x 8.5”, 20 pages, letterpress printed by d.a. levy. Cover art by d.a. levy.
(T&H P-14)

2. ALEATORY LETTERS
First edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, November 1964
Side-stapled sheets bound in to printed and illustrated wrappers, 14 pages, 57 numbered copies, letterpress printed by d.a. levy and Kent Taylor. Linoleum block prints by Kent Taylor.
(T&H P-39)
[not in archive]

3. FORTUITONS MOTHERFUCER (with d.a. levy)
a. First edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1965
Side-stapled in printed wrappers with newspaper insert, 5.75″ x 8.5″, 10 pages, 75 copies, letterpress printed by d.a. levy. Note: cover variants exist in two different sizes and two different colored cover stocks.
(T&H P-63)

levy_fortuitonsb. Facsimile edition:
Toronto: Letters Bookshop, 1995
Saddle-stapled in printed wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 10 pages, 30 numbered copies, photocopy. 



4. POLLUTED LAKE SERIES, No. 4: “MIST…”
polluted04First edition:
Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1965
Side-stapled in printed wrappers, 5.5″ x 4.5″, 12 pages, letterpress printed by d.a. levy.
(T&H P-46)

5. OHIO CITY SERIES, No. 2: “OVER…”
First edition:
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1965
Side-stapled sheets bound in to printed wrappers, 5.5″ x 3.5″, 14 pages, letterpress and mimeograph printed by d.a. levy.
(T&H P-65)

6. LATE STATIONS
First edition:
Cleveland: 7 Flowers Press, 1966
Side-stapled sheets bound in to illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 21 pages, 200 copies, letterpress and mimeograph printed by d.a. levy. Cover linoleum block print by Carl Woideck, introduction by d.a. levy.
(T&H P-76)

7. SHITSHEET
First edition:
(Niagara Falls): (d.r. wagner), 1966
Broadside.
“JANUARY 19, 1966”, “FEBRUARY 10, 1966”
[not in archive]

8. TORN BIRDS
First edition:
San Francisco: Black Rabbit Press, May 1969
Side-stapled sheets bound in to silk-screened wrappers, 8.5″ x 11″, 48 pages, 500 copies, mimeograph printed. Cover art and introduction by T.L. Kryss, blurb by d.a. levy.

9. CLEVELAND DREAMS
First edition:
Cardiff, Wales: Second Aeon Publications, 1971
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5″ x 8.25″, 16 pages, 500 copies, offset printed. Cover art by Rebecca Morales.


10. SHIT OUTSIDE WHEN EATING BERRIES
First edition:
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, August 1971
Side-stapled sheets in silkscreen cover, 8.5″ x 11″, 32 pages, 268 copies, mimeograph printed.



11. EMPTY GROUND
First edition:
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, Winter 1976
Side-stapled sheets bound in to silkscreen wrappers, 6.75″ x 8.75″, 28 pages, 133 copies, mimeograph printed. Cover art by Carolyn Kryss.

12. DRIVING LIKE THE SUN
First edition:
Ellensburg: Vagabond Press, 1976
Saddle-stapled in printed and illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 36 pages, offset printed. Cover design by Cindy Bennett. Published as Vagabond Chapbook 6.

13. LATE SHOW AT THE STARLIGHT LAUNDRY
First edition:
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, August 1989
Side-stapled sheets bound in to silk-screened wrappers, 6.5″ x 9.5″, 40 pages, xerography printed. Cover art by T.L. Kryss. Illustrations by Carolyn Kryss.

14. RABBITS HAVE FLED
First edition:
Cleveland: Black Rabbit Press, January 1991
Side-stapled sheets in silkscreen wrappers, 5″ x 6.5″, 24 pages, xerography printed. Cover art by Carolyn Kryss. Photograph by John Bennett.


15. NIGHT PHYSICS
First edition:
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2002
Stapled sheets with printed cover, 75 numbered and signed copies.

16. SOMETHING ABOUT FLOWERS
First edition:
Buffalo: University of Buffalo, December 2002
Folded broadside, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 2000 copies, offset printed. Illustrated by d.a. levy. Printed as part of the University of Buffalo Holiday Broadside series: fourth series, number four.

17. ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE (RANDOM SIGHTINGS)(with d.a.levy)
First edition:
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2003
Stapled sheets, 100 numbered copies, includes audio CD of Taylor and levy reading.

18. NOT QUITE JANINE
First edition:
Berkeley: Jeff Maser Bookseller, 2003
Broadside, 126 copies, printed by Ann Rosener at Occasional Works in Menlo Park as part of the 911 Camelia Street broadside series.

19. JAMES R. LOWELL MEMORIAL CARD
First edition:
Cleveland: Feb., 2004
“SIGNALING JIM”

20. CHASING HELEN
First edition:
Kent: Costmary Press, April 2004
Broadside, 5″ x 8.5″,40 numbered copies, letterpress printed.



21. REMAINS TO BE SEEN
First edition:
Pasadena,CA: verdant press, 2004
Broadside, printed in an edition of 126 copies (100 numbered and 26 lettered and signed), printed for Jeff Maser on the occasion of the 2004 San Francisco Antiquarian Book Fair printed in two colors. verdant press broadside number seven.

22. REFUSING THE LEDGE
First edition:
Charlestown: Black Rabbit Press, May 2004
Saddle-stapled in illustrated wrappers, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 32 pages, 75 copies. Dedication: “for Jim”.



23. DAYS OF ENDLESS NIGHTS
First edition:
Vancouver, WA:Kirpan Press, 2005
Stapled sheets glued into printed wrappers, 60 numbered copies. Eleven poems, cover image by Alan Horvath, author photo by Cindy Marx. Includes a bibliography of author’s books.

24. LOOKING FOR D.A LEVY(RANDOM SIGHTINGS) – THE D.A.LEVY BIBLIOGRAPHY – VOLUME 1 [1963-1966], with Alan Horvath
First edition:
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan press, 2006
Comb bound, laser printed. 70 copies.

25. CONNECTING THE DOTS
First edition:
Dover: Bottle of Smoke Press, 2006
Broadside. Designed and printed by Bill Roberts for the friends of Bottle of Smoke Press and published on the occasion of levyfest in Cleveland, Ohio on October 28 & 29, 2006.

26. LOOKING FOR D.A LEVY(RANDOM SIGHTINGS) – THE D.A.LEVY BIBLIOGRAPHY – VOLUME 2 [1967-1968], with Alan Horvath
First edition:
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2006
Comb bound, laser printed. 75 copies. Cover silkscreen by Tom Kryss.

27. BEDTIME STORY
First edition:
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2008
Card-broadside. 80 copies, 15 signed and numbered.

28. ODE TO LIFE
First edition:
Vancouver & Cleveland: Kirpan Press & Black Rabbit Press, 2008 Broadside. Published as card #12 from “STORIES FROM THE FLATS” broadside series. Cover by Tom Kryss, envelope by Alan Horvath.

29. BLACK SOOT IN WHITE SNOW
First edition:
Vancouver, WA: Kirpan Press, 2009
Comb bound, photographs and afterword by Taylor. 70 numbered copies, 15 signed.

30. PALIMPSEST
First edition:
Vancouver: Kirpan Press, 2009
Broadside, 80 copies. Illustrated with a collage by Taylor titled “Girl in Black Stockings”. Published as #39 in “Stories From The Flats Broadside Series 2”.

31. NIGHT PHYSICS
First edition:
Caracas, Venezuela: 48th Street Press, June 2014
Broadside, 20 signed numbered copies. Published by Christopher Byck.

32. WAITING FOR WELDON
First edition:
Caracas, Venezuela: 48th Street Press, June 2014
Broadside, 20 signed numbered copies. Published by Christopher Byck.

33. SOLID FLESH FOR FOOD #2
First edition:
Leicester: Solid Flesh For Food Press, 2016
Published under an imprint of Concrete Meat Press. 26 numbered copies, one author’s copy, and some unnumbered copies.