Cover by Jay Lynch.
Very good +.
Issue of this Chicago mimeo magazine principally edited by Darlene Pearlstein with Bob Rosenthal, Peter Kostakis, and Richard Friedman. THE MILK QUARTERLY 8 includes work from Aram Saroyan, Anselm Hollo, Allen Ginsberg, Alice Notley, Lewis MacAdams, and others. [Clay and Phillips, 46].
First Edition. Chicago: Milk Quarterly, 1975. Wraps. 4to. Saddle-stapled wraps. Very good plus. Mild handling wear and edgewear to wraps. Interior bright, clean throughout. Good and sound. 86pp.
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