The New York Element. A Bi-Monthly Newspaper of Art and Politics. Vol. 1, no. 5 (Nov-Dec 1969)

KRIM, Seymour (ed)

Published by New York Element, New York, 1969
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Short-lived underground newspaper of art and politics, originally the organ of the Arts Section of the New York Peace and Freedom Party (but by the time of this issue, an indepdent bi-monthly). Contributors include Julio Cortazar (a copy of his letter declining a teaching offer at Columbia University on the grounds that the United States is engaged in an "imperialist policy in various regions of the world and especially in Central and South America"); Richard Elman, Fielding Dawson, Chaim Koppelman, Seymour Krim and others. Decidedly uncommon. Tabloid; on newsprint; 20pp; illus. Horizontal mailing fold (as issued); paper slightly toned; VG to Near Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 17899

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Title: The New York Element. A Bi-Monthly Newspaper...

Publisher: New York Element, New York

Publication Date: 1969

Binding: Paperback

Edition: First Edition.

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