Lot 24 of 366:
Complete run of Hearse magazine  

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Hearse - complete run

Griffith, E.V., editor

Eureka, CA

Hearse Press



17 issues, all published. (8vo), illustrated wrappers. First Editions. 

Rare complete run of E.V. Griffith's Hearse literary journal. Richard Brautigan's work appears in issues 2, 3 and 9. Charles Bukowski appears in issues 2, 7, 8, 10, 11,14,15, and 17. The magazine also features work by many other important writers of the era, including Langston Hughes, Allen Ginsberg, Diane DiPrima, Robert Creeley, James Welch, and many others. Editor E.V. Griffith was an early champion of Bukowski's work, and in 1960 published his first chapbook through Hearse Press - Flower, Fist and Bestial Wail. 

Lot Amendments

Some general light wear and soiling to wrappers, oxidation to staples; interiors sound with occasional bit of light staining or finger soiling; all volumes very good or better.

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