Explicit sleaze putting on sophisticated airs, dedicated "To all the frantic hipster moths, / Burning themselves out in the flame of experience; / Fluttering, singed, for a brief day, / Then, wings shrivelled, falling sadly to earth."
Later printing of the novel, originally published under the name "William Lee" in 1953, with the original lurid drug-pulp wrappers updated to a picture-perfect 1970s Young Adult Novel troubled-teen cover aesthetic.
Catalogue of an exhibition held at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, 1996, presented jointly by the Track 16 Gallery and the Robert Berman Gallery. Texts by Timothy Leary and Benjamin Weissman, catalogue design by Marika van Adelsberg.
BURROUGHS, William S., Brother Antoninus, and Leonard Baskin (contributors)
Scarce copy of Harvard's literary magazine with a short story by Burroughs titled "Who Him? Don't Let Him Out Here," an interview with Brother Antoninus, and a cover illustration of Walt Whitman by Leonard Baskin. 96pp.