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Montag, Tom (ed.), Michael McClure, Robert Creeley, Stan Brakhage, Charles Olson, Anne Waldman, Stewart Brand, David Gitin, Robert Wilson, Karl Young, Allen Van Newkirk, Francis Crick, Eric Mottram, John Jacob, Gerard Malanga, et al.

Published by Milwaukee, WI: Margins (1975)

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About this Item: Milwaukee, WI: Margins, 1975. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 1st edition. Near Fine. 4to, 72pp (self-cover). Scarce 1970s literary magazine, this issue is largely devoted to a very densely packed symposium on Michael McClure and his work. Unmarked copy, general yellowing of paper stock, light wear to last few pages. Not Signed. Seller Inventory # 3141

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Geographic Foundation of the North Atlantic; Allen Van Newkirk.

Published by Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: Mammal. (1971)

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About this Item: Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: Mammal., 1971. Condition: Good. Broadside. 7.5" x 13.5". Very Good with creasing. Seller Inventory # 63-0831

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Allen Van Newkirk

Published by Mammal, Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia (1971)

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About this Item: Mammal, Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, 1971. First edition of this broadside. Approximately 7.5" by 13.5". Folded, twice for mailing. With a post card broadise printing a passage form Ernst Mayr's "Animal Species and Evolution". In the original mailing envelope. Van Newkirk was a leader in the radical and experimental cultural scene in Detroit. In 2005 he was arrested following a robbery and subsequent shoot-out with Mounties in a Vancouver, British Columbia, suburb. He was was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with police, and was charged with two counts of attempted murder, robbery and related offenses. Fine. Seller Inventory # 001430

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CREELEY, Robert, Jonathan Williams, Charles Olson, Anselm Hollo, Ernst Robert Curtius, Reiner M. Gerhardt, Ed Roberson, David Federman, Steve Jonas, Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, J.D. Whitney, B.

Published by The Artists' Workshop Press (1966)

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About this Item: The Artists' Workshop Press, 1966. Paperback. Condition: Good. Cover shows minor wear and rubbing, soiling and creasing. Pages are tanned but clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred. Seller Inventory # mon0001499249

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CREELEY, Robert, Jonathan Williams, Charles Olson, Anselm Hollo, Ernst Robert Curtius, Reiner M. Gerhardt, Ed Roberson, David Federman, Steve Jonas, Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, J.D. Whitney, Bill Hutton, David Sinclair, Joe Groppuso, Jim Semark, Henry Malone, Jerry Younkins, Arnold Shulsky, D. Welsh, Marshall Rosenthal, Robin Eichele, and Kenny Schooner). SINCLAIR, John, edited by

Published by The Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit (1966)

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About this Item: The Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit, 1966. Condition: Fine. Magazine. Cover by John Dana, Charles Moore, and Stanley Cowell. Quarto. Stapled red printed wrappers. 98pp. A bit of toning to the pages, else fine. A magazine edited by Sixties poet and radical, John Sinclair, co-founder of the White Panthers Party, and one-time manager of the band MC5. This issue of the magazine was rushed into production shortly before Sinclair was to report to jail for an earlier conviction for selling marihuana to an undercover agent. His incarceration lead to a host of protests, most notably Allen Ginsberg, who rushed the stage during The Who's Woodstock performance to plead Sinclair's case, and John Lennon, who recorded the song "John Sinclair" on his album, Some Time in New York City. Among the contributors are Robert Creeley, Jonathan Williams, Charles Olson, Anselm Hollo, Ernst Robert Curtius, Reiner M. Gerhardt, Ed Roberson, David Federman, Steve Jonas, Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, J.D. Whitney, Bill Hutton, David Sinclair, Joe Groppuso, Jim Semark, Henry Malone, Jerry Younkins, Arnold Shulsky, D. Welsh, Marshall Rosenthal, Robin Eichele, and Kenny Schooner. Seller Inventory # 321311

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Caplan, Ron, Fisher, Grant, Mehling, Joe, Hodges, Susan and Allen Van Newkirk, Editors (Charles Olson and Carl O. Sauer plus Basil Bunting)

Published by Center for the Study of Cultural Morphology & Mutation, Tunbridge, VT (1970)

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About this Item: Center for the Study of Cultural Morphology & Mutation, Tunbridge, VT, 1970. Paperback. Condition: Fine. First edition. Scarce first issue of this short lived journal. 8 1/2 x 11" sheets, stapled at top left corner. Folded once for mailing else fine condition. Includes separate loose single sheet broadside poem by Basil Bunting. The two contributors to this issue are Charles Olson and Carl O. Sauer. Fine condition. Comes in original mailing envelope that was sent to poet Lawrence ferlinghetti. Envelope in only fair condition with handwriting as well as considerable wear. Contents are fine, however. Editorial staff includes Allen Van Newkirk who was the editor of the Detroit radical newspaper Guerilla. Seller Inventory # 16816

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Artists' Workshop Press - Sinclair, John, Editor (Allen Van Newkirk, George Tysh, Gene Fowler, Anselm Hollo, Gael Turnbull et al)

Published by Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit (1965)

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About this Item: Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit, 1965. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. Second printing. Tall, side-stapled wrappers. Stated second printing of the second issue of this series of poems and political writings edited by John Sinclair. An exceptionally sharp, clean copy. Very faint minor creases to cover corners. 121 pp. This issue dedicated to the poet Jack Spicer who passed away in 1965. Great cover photograph taken by Magdalene Arndt. Even the second printing of these magazines have become scarce, especially in better condition as this copy is. Seller Inventory # 20481

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Ron Caplan, Grant Fisher, Joe Mehling, Susan Hodges and Allen Van Newkirk, Editors (Charles Olson, Carl O. Sauer, Michael McClure et al)

Published by Center For The Study of Cultural Morphology & Mutation, Tunbridge, VT (1970)

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About this Item: Center For The Study of Cultural Morphology & Mutation, Tunbridge, VT, 1970. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First edition. 8 1/2 x 11" sheets stapled at top left corner. Both issues folded once (Presumably for mailing). Some toning to covers and general light wear. Issues 1 and 2 sold here together. Lacking the laid in broadsides. An unusual scholarly journal. Seller Inventory # 20945

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Van Newkirk, Allen; Sinclair, John (eds.)

Published by Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit (1967)

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About this Item: Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit, 1967. paperback. Condition: Acceptable. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Paperback. First issue of radical underground newspaper. Includes contributions by John Wieners, Joel Oppenheimer, John Sinclair, Andre Breton and others. Pages are very tanned. Minor foxing on front page. Several tears and nicks on pages. Text and illustrations remain clear. AF. Used. Seller Inventory # 459596

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Artists' Workshop Press - Van Newkirk, Allen, Editor (John Sinclair, John Wieners, Joel Oppenheimer , Andre Breton et al)

Published by Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit (1967)

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About this Item: Artists' Workshop Press, Detroit, 1967. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. First edition. Folded tabloid format. First issue of Van Newkirk's radical poetry, politics and kulchur underground newspaper. Produced at the height of the Detroit White Panther Party / Artists' Workshop International Cooperative's creative peak. With contributions by John Wieners, Joel Oppenheimer, John Sinclair, Andre Breton and others. Paper is somewhat brittle, as expected, else a very good example. This copy comes in the original AWP mailing envelope with hand-address of avant garde filmmaker Jud Yalkut on the front cover. Scarce and important radical newspaper. Seller Inventory # 21600

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