THE CAPITALIST BLOODSUCKER - N. George Stanley, Larry Fagin, Jack Spicer, Maxwell Bodenheim, contributors.

THE CAPITALIST BLOODSUCKER - N

San Francisco: George Stanley, [1962]. First Edition. Scarce, well-preserved issue of this Spicer circle mimeo publication, a one-off magazine edited by George Stanley. Dubbed "an amalgam of the San Francisco Capitalist-Bloodsucker, a journal of Marxist opinion, and N -- the magazine of the future," the issue contains contributions by Jack Spicer, Albert J. Rutaro, Richard Duerden, Robin Blaser, Larry Fagin, Ron Loewinsohn, Tony Sherrod, Maxwell Bodenheim, George Stanley, and others, with a Kenneth Rexroth parody, an article on terrorism, and illustrations by Fran Herndon, who designed the front cover. OCLC notes 9 holdings (SUNY Buffalo, SF Museum of Modern Art, SF Public, UC Davis, U.Delaware, Emory, Brown, Utah State, Simon Fraser). Not in Clay & Phillips. Item #4365

Quarto (28cm); variously-colored mimeographed sheets (rectos), stapled at upper left corner; [21]pp; illus. Light wear to extremities, with just a hint of dust-soil to rear wrapper; Near Fine.

Price: $650.00