Z. Ed Kenward ELMSLIE.
4 issues, 3 dated 1974, 1976, 1977. The fourth undated. N.Y.
Each 100-150pp. (T Berrigan, M Brownstein, Ian Hamilton Finlay,
J Schuyler, F O'Hara, K Koch, A Waldman, J Ashbury, etc.)
One issue has a small stain on the leading edge of some pages just penetrating the margin but well clear of text.
Original pictorial wraps lightly soiled otherwise very good. £40.00
ZAHIR. University of New Hampshire. Ed Diane KRUCHKOW.
Winter. 1970. v.1/1. (Poems by J Bertolino, G Curtin, L B De Laurentis, R Dusenbery, P K Jason, Docke, R Palmateer, G J E Papagounos, etc.)
TLS from the Editor promoting the magazine. £5.00
ZEBRA. v.2/3. Winter 1955 . Valedictory Number.
(D Maggs-The Death of a Zebra. I Slade on D H Lawrence. D Parker-The Poet as Saint. Poems by R Nye, J B Mays, R McCoye, F Bellerby, P Dunn, R Tong, etc. R Willie on Cats, etc.) £5.00
ZEITGEIST. Michigan. Ed. Gary GROAT.
Jan-Feb 1969. v.2/4. (Poems by P M Desy, G Kuzma, R V Molen, W W Stevens, R DiPalma, P Weinman, A Q Smith, P Wild, etc. Other contributions by R DiPalma, J Mechem, J Reilly, K Lawless, S Harriet, B G Gasper-Woodford; etc. including a quote from J D Salinger; etc.) £8.00
ZERO. Anarchist/Anarca Feminist News Magazine. Collective. London.
Nos 1-7. June 1977-Sept 1978 .
A run of the first 7 issues of the feminist tabloid published in London - prossibly all published.
Contains such articles as:-Spanish Anarchists Reorganise; Bring back the Jubille..; Oz;
A Model looks ar West Germany; The Arm StatementLabour Government moves close to Radical Magazines; Dylan:it's all over now; Italy: disneyland politix; Anti-authoritian Yellow Pages; , etc. £50.00
ZERO. Zero Press. California. ED Eric LERNER.
Vol. V. 1980. (Poems by James Tate who has inscribed his work “Phyllis-with all good wishes- James Tate.” Interview with Linton Kwesi Johnson. Ballads of early Buddhist Nuns by B S Miller translated by P Therigatha. Gensei: Prose Pieces translated by Burton Watson. J L Borges-The Dagger. John Cage on James Joyce, M Duchamp & E Satie.
Portfolio of Contemporary Painting of Australian Aboringes-text by S Lerner.
Other contributors include N Tarn , G Synder, A Waldman, etc.) £15.00
ZIGZAG. The Rock Magazine. Luton. Beds,
Ed Pete FRAME, Ian MANN, Kris NEEDS, Andy CHILDS, et al.
Contains illustrated articles on, and interviews with, many of the most popular Rock Bands of the time, spanning the progressive era of the late 60's-early 70's up to the coming of Punk Rock. All very good in original pictorial wraps.
April 1970. No.11. (King Crimson, The Liverpool Scene, Simon & Garfunkel, The Steve Miller Band, Arthur Lee and Love, Roy Harper, Jazz Rock, etc.) £10.00
Aug 1970. No.14. (The Byrds, Albert Lee, Free, Deep Purple, Bob Dylan, Fairport Convention, Country Joe Macdonald, Captain Beefheart, Jellybread, etc.) £10.00
Dec/Jan 1970/71. No.17. (John Mayall, Jack Elliott, Brinsley Schwarz, Roy Harper, Quintessence, Iggy and The Stooges, Transatlantic Records, Wild Angels,etc.) £10.00
1973. No. 36. (Van Morrison, Stan Tracey, Kevin Coyne, History of The Grateful Dead Part 2, Byron Berline,etc.) £10.00
1973. No.37. (Charlie Watts, Mighty Baby, Nils Lofgren, History of The Grateful Dead Part 3, Country Joe Macdonald, etc.) £10.00
1974. No.39. (Mike Nesmith, Steve Miller, Ralph McTell, Evan Parker, etc.) £10.00
March 1975. No. 50. ( Linda Ronstadt, Lindisfarne , Nico, The Neil Young Story Part 2, Little Feat, Sneaky Pete Kleinlow, Arthur Lee, etc.) £10.00
March 1976. No.58. (Bob Dylan, Nick Kent, Blue Oyster Cult, Rock Family Tree of Steve Miller, Sandy Pearlman, Commander Cody, Barry Melton, etc.) £10.00
August 1976. No.63. (Ian Hunter, Jethro Tull, Lowell George, Bonnie Raitt, Flamin' Groovies, Clover, etc.) £10.00
March 1977. No.70. (Jackson Browne, John Walters, Nils Lofgren, Boz Scaggs, Iggy Pop trivia quiz, Ry Cooder, Journey, John Martyn, Album Review of Pink Floyd's Animals, etc.) £10.00
June 1977. No.73. (Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, Television, Tom Waits, The Sex Pistols, Gene Clark, John Walters, etc.) £10.00
June 1978. No.84. (Nico, Patti Smith, Flamin' Groovies, Penetration, Roxy Music's Andy Mackay, Cheap Trick, The Lurkers, John Walters, etc.) £10.00
“…?” 1980 . Italy.
Ed A Pajalich, G Pozzi, R D Esporti.
Dedicated to Gary Snyder.
A Collection of mainy Italian writers of verse but including Ted Berrigan, Snyder, Creeley, H Schiff, J Palou, Anne Waldman, James Kolber, etc.
Includes graphics & prose with translations of much of the material into English & Italian. Original pictorial wraps. An interesting compliation .
300 copies only printed. £20.00
All items subject unsold.
Postage extra at cost.