NOTUS new writing No. 9, Fall 1991; NOTUS 10, Spring 1992; NOTUS 11, Fall 1992. Guillaume Apollinaire, David C. D. Gansz, James E. Harris, Kenneth Irby, Robert Kelly, Jerome Rothenberg, Ed Sanders, Andrew Schelling, Pat Smith, Nathaniel Tarn.
NOTUS new writing No. 9, Fall 1991; NOTUS 10, Spring 1992; NOTUS 11, Fall 1992
NOTUS new writing No. 9, Fall 1991; NOTUS 10, Spring 1992; NOTUS 11, Fall 1992
NOTUS new writing No. 9, Fall 1991; NOTUS 10, Spring 1992; NOTUS 11, Fall 1992

NOTUS new writing No. 9, Fall 1991; NOTUS 10, Spring 1992; NOTUS 11, Fall 1992

ISBN: (ISSN)08890803
Ann Arbor, MI: OtherWind Press, 1991-1992. First Printings. Softcovers. A bundle of three contiguous numbers of the prestigious literary journal published in our own city of Ann Arbor during the early 1990s: (1) NOTUS new writing No. 9, Fall 1991, featuring two poems by the illustrious Deep Imagist Robert Kelly, "Patmos" & "Ensor" (a tribute to the great proto-Surrealist painter); a review of NOTUS publisher & senior editor Pat Smith's "A Book of Ours" by editor David C.D. Ganz, & much more. With cover photograph by James E. Harris of x-ray of an ancient mummy. (2) NOTUS new writing No. 10, Spring 1992, featuring a poem by Kelly, "The Lesser Trumps- for Charlotte"; another by the esteemed ethnopoeticist Jerome Rothenberg, "The Lorca Variations (XXIII) "Shadows" "; "Some Poems from Mead's Mountain Road" from "Hymn to the Rebel Cafe" by the legendary Beat-&-Beyond poet & publisher Ed Sanders; the poem "BREUGHEL AT WIEN," dedicated to Rothenberg on his sixtieth birthday, by his acclaimed contemporary Nathaniel Tarn, & much more. With front & back cover artworks by Kenneth Irby. (3) NOTUS new writing No. 11, Fall 1992, featuring "Outskirts," a 1913 poem by Guillaume Apollinaire, another inspiration to Surrealism, translated by Charlotte Mandell; a poem by Kelly, the title of which is delineated by a symbol or letter of an ancient alphabet; six poems by the acclaimed poet Duncan McNaughton, including "Fifty Years of Human Life" & Al Sur"; "from Union," a poem by Smith, & much more. With front cover artwork by Joe Tilson. Three contiguous, desirable issues in this collectible series, snapshots of the early 1990s poetry scene. (1) in fine condition with only one light, faint vertical, slightly angled crease across front cover from mid-lower edge through upper middle; a few short, faint horizontal creases across spine & spine-edge of front cover; small bump & creases at upper left corner of back cover; one thin, short line of smudging-soiling at & near lower left corner & edge of same. Interior very fine with only tiny-to-small waves & bumps at upper corners of some rear page leaves. (2) in very fine condition with only tiniest bumps at corners of front, back covers; miniscule amount of wear at spine edges; tiny bump-crease at upper left corner of back cover; one tiny spot at upper left area of lower text block. Interior very fine with only tiny bumps & smudges at upper corners of last few page leaves. (3) in very fine condition with only tiny bumps at corners of front, back covers & lower spine edge; tiny bumps at upper corners of first few page leaves. Fine; Very Fine; Very Fine. [Item #2891]

Price: $75.00