London: The National Poetry Centre, 1975. Edition of 200. Unbound. Approximately fifty-one leaves, most of which are A4 in size and printed on letter stock in black and white on recto and some on verso, a few on colored stock, and two silk screens on translucent onion skin housed in a brown kraft envelope with a small white label affixed at top right corner.
The third and largest issue of this envelope magazine where the “editorial policy was to accept everything that arrives in 200 copies by the (flexible) deadline.” Edited by Jeremy Adler and featuring concrete and visual poetry and artwork by artists from across the world including Nicholas Zurbrugg, Lawrence Upton, G. J. de Rook, Betty Radin, Jennifer Pike, bpNichol, Maurizio Nannuci, Jackson Mac Low, Dom Sylvester Houedard (dsh), P. C. Fencott, Paul Dutton, Bob Cobbing, Robert Caldwell, among others. A great sampling of the temperament of concrete and visual poetry of the mid 1970’s.
Contributions by G. J. de Rook, Jennifer Pike, and Simon Parritt are signed by respective artist.
Contents with trace amounts of age toning, handling creases, and bumps to corners, else near fine. Envelope good only with wear to extremities, bumps to corners, and a few small closed tears. Item #260
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