Burlington, California: The Chrysalis West Foundation, 1962.
Softcover. Magazine. Octavo. 94pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers with a sunned spine. An avant-garde magazine founded and edited by Lish in 1961. In its pages were published many of the most influential writers of the day including many of the Beat Poets. Lish would go on to help mentor Raymond Carver and, as an editor at Esquire magazine, promote other young writer such as Richard Ford, Don DeLillo, and T.C. Boyle. This issue celebrates Jack Gilbert and includes interviews, poems, stories, art, and photography from F.W. Bateson, Dudley Fitts, Stanley Kunitz, Denise Levertov, Kenneth Rexroth, Theodore Roethke, Muriel Rukeyser, Stephen Spender, Grace Paley, Curtis Zahn, Charles Wuorinen, Paul Bowles, Cid Corman, George Cuomo, George P. Elliott, James T. Farrell, Raymond Federman, Rolfe Humphries, Frederick Rebsamen, Mark Harris, T. Mike Walker, La Monte Young, Ruth Bernhard, Beth Van Hoesen, and Carla Lopez.