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Down Here. A Magazine from the East Village. Number 1.
by (Bukowski, Charles).

Publisher Information:
Tompkins Square Press, New York: 1966.

A Very Good plus copy with with two small moisture spots on the front cover in brown illustrated paper covers. This innaguaral issue of Down Here, the magazine features 28 pages of correspondence between Down Here editor and poet Tom McNarmara and CharlesBukowski, where the correspondents discuss the literary underground, magazines, writers and issues and concerns of the day. Only Bukowski's letters were collected in collection of letters--Screams from the Balcony. Here, the letters of both writers are published.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 25087

Price: $95.00

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