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VAGABOND #13

BENNETT, John (Editor); Charles Bukowski (Contributor)

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Redwood City, CA: John Bennett, 1971. First Edition. 8vo. Saddle-stapled pictorial wraps. Very near fine. Trivial edgewear. Interior bright, crisp, and clean. Good and sound. 71pp. (Item ID: 19226)

A handsome copy of this California poetry magazine, which was founded by John Bennett in 1966. Includes five poems by Bukowski ("A Man's Woman," "The Snake in the Watermelon," "The hawk smiled daylight and nighttime," "Work-Fuck Problems," and "I listen to an opera on the radio."), along with poems from numerous other contributors.


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