Second issue of arguably the most important document to emerge from the L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E movement, Andrews and Bernstein's journal published some 16 issues (13 issues proper, plus various supplements) from 1978 through 1981.
First issue of this film periodical, featuring extensive coverage of I AM CURIOUS: YELLOW, the controvercial film that had its screening ban lifted by the US Supreme court just previous the this issue's publication. The magazine's production is highly visual, with many full-page photographs.
First issue of this Canadian literary and political magazine, featuring a verse play by Jim Salt and poems by Salter Bauer, Fred Cogswell, Marya Fiamengo, Joseph Haley, Jack Herbert, K.V. Hertz, Arden Keay, Eli Mandel, Robin Mathews, Sylvia Osterbind, Jacques Poinard, John W. Smith, and Ian Sowton.
Full run of this important mimeo distinguished by its emphasis on prose, rather than poetry; CENTER also drew from a wider range of avant-garde art than was typical of its peers (theatre, dance, and music, particularly from the Cage/Fluxus/Mac Low axis).