New York: A New/Kinda Theatre Company, [1965]. First Edition. First (and only) issue of this mimeographed journal devoted to avant-garde theatre and poetry. The brainchild of Jerry Benjamin's budding (and short-lived) New/Kinda Theatre Company in New York, a group planning productions of Ginsberg's "Kaddish," "The Rubberheart Soup Opera" by Andy Warhol, and Frank O'Hara's "The General Returns from One Place to Another." Printed alternately at Ed Sanders's Peace Eye Bookshop and the Greenwich Village Folklore Center, the publication contains "Liner Notes from Howl and Other Poems," "On the Everyday Theatre" by Bertolt Brecht, and contributions by Alan Soloman, Gerard Malanga, Diane Di Prima, James Waring, and Burgess Meredith, et al. Scarce; OCLC notes 10 holdings. Morgan C233. Item #3139

Quarto (35.5cm); white and yellow mimeographed sheets, printed on rectos only and side-stapled into illustrated covers by Georg Büchner; 45 leaves; illus. Light wear and handling to wrapper extremities, showing a few faint creases and tiny tears; clean throughout; Very Good+.

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