Item #5638 ZERO ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE AND ART (ZERO NO.8). Themistocles Hoetis, Paul Bowles, Jean-Paul Sartre, Samuel Beckett, Federico Garcia Lorca, contributors.


New York: Zero Press, 1956. First Edition. The final iissue of this short-lived literary magazine, published first from Paris, then from Tangier, and later from New York by Albert (Asa) Benveniste and Themistocles Hoetis (pseud. of George Salamos). Includes "From Notes Taken In Ceylon" by Paul Bowles, "The Smeraldina's Billet Doux" by Samuel Beckett, "Style" by Marianne Moore, and contributions by Jean-Paul Sartre, Colin Wilson, Federico Garcia Lorca, Robert Kelly, Samuel French Morse, and others. An uncharacteristically sharp copy. Miller B24. Item #5638

Octavo (22cm); beige cloth, with titles stamped in red on spine; dustjacket and publisher's original wraparound band; [6],7-239,[1]pp. A fresh, Fine copy in a very Near Fine dustjacket, unclipped (priced $3.50), with some trivial dustiness and a hint of sunning to spine and upper edge of front panel. Wraparound band is gently spine-sunned, else Fine.

Price: $125.00