New York, NY: Grove Press, Inc., 1958. First Printing. Softcover. This classic early number of the legendary literary journal co-edited by Barney Rosset & published by his Grove Press features avant-garde icon Antonin Artaud's essay "No More Masterpieces" translated into English by Caroline Richards; Roland Barthe's critical essay "Alain Robbe-Grillet" translated by Richard Howard; the canonical "Krapp's Last Tape" by the great playwright Samuel Beckett; Black Mountain-&-Beyond poet Robert Creeley's.....[Item #4085]
MAY FEATURE: THE "MAGAZINES & LITERARY JOURNALS" SPECIAL
The THIRD MIND BOOKS MAY FEATURE spotlights 25 delectable selections from our “MAGAZINES & LITERARY JOURNALS” category, a longtime favorite of collectors worldwide. In magazines and literary journals, the now-canonized and celebrated literary movements germinated and gestated, proceeding to make more pronounced encroachments upon the gatekept literary establishment’s shifting battle lines. Many would make shockwaves throughout the counterculture(s), and a treasured few would simmer up to puncture the collective consciousness at large. We honor these magazines—their contributors and their legacies—in this month’s feature.
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California, PA: Arthur & Glee (Kit) Knight, 1973. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This vintage issue of the pioneering Beat scholarly journal edited & published by the venerable husband-&-wife team of Arthur & Kit (then referred to as "Glee") Knight "...is dedicated to Herbert Huncke, a legend in his own time." (from contents page) The articles devoted to Huncke, the legendary, seminal founder- street mentor of the Beat Generation, include: An.....[Item #3030]
California, PA: Arthur & Glee Knight, 1972. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. "This issue is dedicated to Henry Miller, a great artist, on his 81st birthday." (from contents-copyright page) Thus do the late Arthur (1937-2012) & Glee (a/k/a Kit?) Knight state the main theme of this vintage issue of their acclaimed, pioneering series of Beat-related publications under the umbrella title of "The Unspeakable Visions of the Individual." Henry Miller, the great.....[Item #3225]