Torino: Edizioni Geiger, 1972–1973. Four softcover 16mos of approximately the same size in stiff black wrappers, with pages printed in black and white. No. 1 48 pp., no. 2 96 pp., no. 3/4 108 pp., no. 5 64 pp. Text in Italian.
The first five issues–with no. 3/4 being a double issue–of this scarce Italian literary magazine, founded and edited by Adriano Spatola and Giulia Niccolai, featuring essays and artwork with a focus on all forms of poetry, including experimental and concrete.
Tam Tam No. 1, 1972 with texts by Franco Beltrametti, Corrado Costa, Yutaka Ishi, Jan Herman, Adriano Spatola, and Emilio Villa among others.
Tam Tam No. 2, 1972 with texts by Gary Snyder, Carlo A. Sitta, Adriano Spatola, James Koller, Ray Johnson, Giulia Niccolai, and Maurizio Nannucci among others.
Tam Tam No. 3/4, 1973 (double issue) with texts by Adriano Spatola, Ben Vautier, Carlo A. Sitta, Annalisa Cima, Liliane Lijn, Franco Rella, Giulia Niccolai, Cid Corman, and Joan Brossa among others.
Tam Tam No. 5, 1973 with texts by Carlo A. Sitta, William Xerra, James Koller, Claudio Parmiggiani, Corrado Costa, Gary Snyder, Franco Beltrametti, Giovanni Valle, Philip Whalen, and Mike Doyle among others.
All issues very good or better with rubbing and edge wear to covers, light bumps to corners, and age toning to pages. Additional scuffing to cover of no. 1, and spotting to title page of no. 5. Item #439
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