Lovely, varied work of concrete poetry and visual art comprising pages of various sizes, colors, and printing methods (mimeo, silkscreen) bound in, including a two-page original glued collage and handwritten poem by Bissett.
Rare first catalogue from Higgins's Something Else Press, with a signed note from the publisher of Fluxus artists and concrete poetry: "the sort of avant-garde work which offers a real alternative to the conventional art forms."
Handsome edition of poems by Schlesinger, printed with concrete-poetry-inspired design throughout with layered text serving as visual art. Printed letterpress from photopolymer plates on various paper stock.
Stark concrete poetry collages made in part from xeroxes of the Baltimore lit mag E-POD – edited by Kirby Malone and Marshall Reese, though neither of them credited here – by Lamar Layfield and Charles Brohawn (the latter a member of the band The Tinklers).