Barstow, CA: James Gove, 1966. Short-lived mimeographed poetry magazine, featuring the first appearance of two Bukowski poems: "Poem For My Daughter" and "Good Morning." The former remained unpublished until its inclusion in 'The People Look Like Flowers At Last' (2007), the latter remaining uncollected. The issue also contains contributions by Douglas Blazek, Ed Bullins, Judson Crews, Will Inman, and Clarence Major, et al. No copies for sale in the trade, with OCLC noting just 12 institutions holding any issues. Dorbin C328-329. Item #1799
Quarto; mimeographed sheets, side-stapled into jade green illustrated wraps with hand-coloring to front cover illustration. Some toning to edges, but otherwise very well preserved, with no chips or tears.