S.A. Griffin collection of underground poetry, Scott Wannberg, and The Carma Bums, circa 1950-2015

Finding aid prepared by Kelly Besser with assistance from Rebecca Bucher, in consultation with Genie Guerard, and with supervision from Megan Hahn Fraser, 2016. Monographs cataloged by Josh Fiala. Rehousing of artwork by Octavio Olvera. Digitization of audiovisual materials by Allison Whalen and Yasmin Dessem, with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Biography, Biography History notes, and artwork descriptions written by S.A. Griffin and edited by Kelly Besser and Rebecca Bucher; machine-readable finding aid created by Caroline Cubé.
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Title: S.A. Griffin collection of underground poetry, Scott Wannberg, and The Carma Bums
Collection number: 2248
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 183.0 linear ft. (263 document boxes, 4 half document boxes, 5 record storage cartons, 10 flat boxes, 19 oversize flat boxes, 9 scrapbook boxes, 5 tubes, and 15 other disparate oversize items)
Date: ca. 1950-2015
Abstract: S.A. Griffin is a poet, performance artist, publisher, and actor with deep roots in the Los Angeles poetry and punk scenes beginning in the 1980s. The collection contains monographs, serials, manuscripts, correspondence, ephemera, audiovisual material, artwork, and memorabilia reflective of Griffin’s extensive connections to Los Angeles poets and performance, including the Venice West Beat scene. The collection also includes the papers of fellow poet Scott Wannberg.
Language of Materials: Materials are in English.
Physical Location: Boxes 1-264 and 280-330 are stored off-site at SRLF. Boxes 265-277 are stored on the B level of Library Special Collections. The artwork contained in boxes 278 and 279 is currently on exhibition within Library Special Collections office space. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Creator: Griffin, S. A., 1954-

Restrictions on Access

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

COLLECTION CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
COLLECTION CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Some audiovisual materials in this collection have been digitized. Digitized audiovisual material is noted at the item level.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], S.A. Griffin Collection of Underground Poetry, Scott Wannberg, and The Carma Bums (Collection 2248). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Partial purchase and gift of S.A. Griffin and Lorraine Perrotta, 2014.

Processing Information

Processed by Kelly Besser with assistance from Rebecca Bucher, in consultation with Genie Guerard, and with supervision from Megan Hahn Fraser, 2016. Monographs cataloged by Josh Fiala. Rehousing of artwork by Octavio Olvera. Digitization of audiovisual materials by Allison Whalen under supervision from Yasmin Dessem, with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Biography, Biography/History notes, and artwork descriptions written by S.A. Griffin and edited by Kelly Besser and Rebecca Bucher.

Biography/History

S.A. Griffin (Steven Allan Griffin), born March 16, 1954, is a poet, performance artist, publisher, and actor. After graduating from high school in 1972, Griffin voluntarily entered the United States Air Force as an administration specialist and was honorably discharged in 1976. In 1978, Griffin relocated to Los Angeles from San Francisco with a scholarship to attend the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Workshop. Griffin’s awards for his work on stage and on camera include a Dramalogue Award and a Kari Award.
In 1982, Griffin became involved with poetry when he began attending open poetry readings at the Water Espresso Gallery in Hollywood. During this time he became active in the punk scene as a poet and performance artist, appearing at various Southern California venues such as The Lhasa Club, Anti-Club, X=Art, Al's Bar, Safari Sam's and Club Lingerie. In the mid-1980s, Griffin became directly involved in DIY publishing as a staff member of Shattersheet, and in 1988 he established Rose of Sharon Press with the publication of Sharktalk by Doug Knott. In 1989 Griffin was named Best Performance Poet by Wanda Coleman in the LA Weekly.
In addition to a deep level of involvement in the community through writing, publishing, performing, and hosting poetry events, Griffin extensively collected the publications, artwork, and related ephemera of Los Angeles poets. These materials relate to Venice West, the Los Angeles Beat poetry scene named after the café owned and operated by Stuart Z. Perkoff from 1958-1962, and the Denver, Colorado Beat scene to where many Venice West Beats migrated. He also collected materials related to influential poets such as d.a. levy, Kurt Schwitters, Jack Micheline, Tony Scibella, and Charles Bukowski. With Alan Kaufman, Griffin edited The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry (1999).
In 1985, Griffin and fellow poets Michael Lane Bruner, Doug Knott, and Mike M. Mollett formed The Lost Tribe. From 1985-1988 and in 1992, the group performed poetry in choreographed routines both locally and on tour. In 1989, the group underwent a philosophical shift and transformed, joined by Scott Wannberg (and occasionally Bobbo Staron and Ellyn Maybe), into The Carma Bums, a traveling improvisational performance group. The Carma Bums performed until 2009. From 1995-1996, Griffin and punk musician-poets Iris Berry and Pleasant Gehman formed White Trash Apocalypse, in Gehman’s words, “a spoken word tour…treated…like a rock’n’roll tour,” which toured the United States and Canada. In 2010, Griffin went on tour with The Poetry Bomb, a decommissioned bomb purchased by Griffin and filled with poetry at readings throughout the country, intending to “foster disagreements…the cornerstone of our democratic system.” Since 2007 Griffin has performed with the punk-jazz improvisational group The Lofty Canaanites, composed primarily of members of Saccharine Trust.
Griffin studied film acting and cold reading with Jeremiah Comey and performance technique with Scot Kelman. From 2005 to 2013, Griffin taught film acting and cold reading at the American Film Institute, and since 2012, Griffin has taught film acting and cold reading for Jeremiah Comey. Since 2010, Griffin has served on the curatorial board for Beyond Baroque, and in 2011 Griffin was the first recipient of Beyond Baroque's Distinguished Service Award.
Griffin continues to live and work in Los Angeles. He is married to Lorraine Perrotta, a librarian and veteran member of The L.A. Mudpeople. Griffin has a son, Spencer, from a previous marriage to Sharon Grish.

Scope and Content

The S.A. Griffin collection of underground poetry, Scott Wannberg, and The Carma Bums ranges from circa 1950 to 2015. The collection includes writings by Griffin in manuscript and published form; an extensive collection of books, largely related to the Venice West and Denver Beat poetry scene, as well as other Beat and Meat School poetry; zines and magazines, which are both poetry and punk related and largely published in the greater Los Angeles area; and manuscripts of authors Griffin published or befriended. The collection also includes clippings and ephemera Griffin collected related to Southern California’s punk scenes and poetry communities. Correspondence in the collection relates to Griffin’s poetry work and involvement in the mail art community. The collection also contains files related to poetry readings and performances given by Griffin’s poetry groups such as The Carma Bums which include flyers, road books, and audiovisual recordings. Materials related to Griffin’s acting career include materials on the Act Fast 5 strike, scripts, and audiovisual recordings. The collection includes Griffin’s art collection, featuring art by Griffin, Tony Scibella, Charles Bukowski, Earl Newman, and many others. Memorabilia in the collection includes American flag remnants from d.a. levy’s grave, memorial programs, and t-shirts from bookstores and bands. The collection also includes the papers of Scott Wannberg, which range from circa 1969 to 2014. Bequeathed to Griffin, Wannberg's papers include Wannberg's manuscript writings and book collection, correspondence, memorabilia, and artwork.

Organization and Arrangement

This collection has been arranged in the following series:
  • 1. Writings by Griffin
  • 2. Writings collected by Griffin
  • 3. Correspondence
  • 4. Performance files
  • 5. Acting career materials
  • 6. Artwork
  • 7. Memorabilia
  • 8. Scott Wannberg papers

Related Material

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 7714755 

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Griffin, S. A., 1954- Archives.

Container List

Boxes 1-22

Writings by Griffin. circa 1980-2015.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SERIES CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
SERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content

Writings by Griffin include published and unpublished manuscript writings, including proofs and galleys, monographs, and serials featuring Griffin’s writings.
Boxes 1-4

Manuscripts.

Scope and Content

The published and unpublished manuscript writings by Griffin include proofs and galleys and are organized in chronological order.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Box 1, Folders 1-2

Typescripts. circa 1980s.

Scope and Content Note

Materials include typescripts of Griffin's poems and a play.
Box 1, Folders 3-6

True Blue manuscripts. 1982, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

The title page reads True Blue: A tale of love colorful and true. . . For Sharon From Steve. These folders contain an annotated typescript, the original manuscript, a final bound manuscript printed on blue paper, and publisher correspondence concerning this children's book manuscript.
Box 1, Folders 7-9

"Where Streets Collide - Pigstreet." 1983, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Folders contain an early annotated typescript entitled, "City of the Jealous Gods - Pigstreet" and two annotated typescripts for Griffin's poetry/play which was performed during the months of January and February 1984 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at the Figtree Theatre in Hollywood located at 6539 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90038. Performance flyers included with the typescripts publicize the preview as January 12th with words and music of Doug Knott, S.A. Griffin, and Bobbo Staron.
Box 1, Folder 10

S.A. poems. 1984-1992, 1996, 2004, 2009, 2012.

Scope and Content Note

This folder includes typescripts and photocopies of poems such as "Whorehunter," "Suddenly Down," "Walt Whitman's Beard," "Love Came Home Late Last Night and Fell Asleep in Front of the Television," "Legacy to the Poor of L.A.," "The Cat Knows," "A Reason to Live," "carma bums rules of the road/'04," and "The Collage Is Unforgiving."
Box 1, Folders 11-13

"Long Distance" and other poems. 1984-2013.

Scope and Content Note

Typescripts, some of which are annotated, include the following: "The Revolution," "Poetry Is A Drunk Animal Mounting The Moon," "Poetry Is Fucking," "It Was A Good Day," "President of Nothing," "Bukowski To The Curb," "Let The Music Name You," "Hollywood Bus Stop 1979," and "Kill All White People." Folder 12 contains Griffin's speech for the "Tribe Must President" Out of Historical Necessity which he performed with The Lost Tribe.
Box 2, Folder 1

Notes. 1985 March 8.

Scope and Content Note

Stream of consciousness style writing and sketches.
Box 2, Folder 2

Poetry. 1985-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten and typed poems which include "There Is A River," "I Felt You In My Morning Coffee," and "Remember These Words."
Box 2, Folder 3

S.A. Griffin Poetry. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

A collection of poems which include "Pigstreet," "Bad Poetry," "Football And Beer," "Paperwork,"and "The America Poem."
Box 2, Folder 4

Poems. 1987.

Scope and Content Note

This folder contains an annotated version of "Other Side Of The Television."
Box 2, Folders 5-6

Poetry. 1988-2004.

Scope and Content Note

Poems include "The Next Bukowski," "On The Work Of Burroughs," and "A Strange Peace (for Misty Mallory)."
Box 2, Folders 7-9

Poetry Notebooks. circa 1989-1994.

Scope and Content Note

Four spiral bound notebooks filled with Griffin's handwritten poetry, notes, and sketches.
Box 2, Folder 10

Group poem. 1992 February 29.

Scope and Content Note

A twenty-eight page group poem entered and printed on leap day at Bruce Morasch's s.r.o. poetry and beer party at the West Los Angeles Poetry Palace. Contributing writers included S.A. Griffin and Scott Wannberg.
Box 2, Folder 11

"#128" poem. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

A poem written in pencil on a white piece of cardboard.
Box 3, Folder 1

L.A. Riot poem draft. 1992 April 29.

Scope and Content Note

Eleven pages of Griffin's handwritten poetic response to the uprising in Los Angeles following the Rodney King verdict.
Box 3, Folder 2

Cannabis Cup journal.

Scope and Content

Journal contains writing, art and ephemera from Griffin's trip to Amsterdam with Tony Scibella.
Box 3, Folder 3

Heaven galleys. 1993 April.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

One 3.5 inch floppy disk.
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Scope and Content

In addition to galleys for Heaven Is One Long Naked Dance, this folder contains a floppy disk, an original paste-up flyer for the book's release, and a black and white Jeffoto photo of Griffin wearing his Rip Griffin's Truck Travel Centers t-shirt.
Box 3, Folder 4

S.A. Griffin poetry. 1993-2001.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

One 3.5 inch floppy disk.
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Scope and Content Note

Poems include "Hate for Breakfast," "Music For Shredding Metal By Candlelight (for Kurt Cobain)," "The Soft Poetic/Easter Hill (for Janice Ugland)," and "(Untitled) Poem For A Sudden Stranger." This folder also contains a floppy disk labeled "S.A. Griffin Poetry: This Has Everything."
Box 3, Folder 5

Burt Lancaster...poem. 1993-2001.

Scope and Content Note

Computer print-out of "Burt Lancaster And The 12 Year Old Bottle of Booze" poem for Rafael RJ Alvarado's birthday. Authors cited for this poem are as follows: S.A. Griffin, Doug Knott, Mike M. Mollett, Lorraine Perrotta, Blakeslee Stevens, and Scott Wannberg.
Box 3, Folders 6-7

12 Kisses...galleys. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Folder contains 12 Kisses To The Universe For J.W. McCullough galleys and manuscripts of poems included in this chapbook published in memory of J.W. McCullough by Griffin's Rose of Sharon Press.
Box 3, Folders 8-11

Duckwalking...typescripts. 1996-1997.

Scope and Content Note

Folders contain five annotated typescripts of Duckwalking Thru The Apocalypse which includes the following poems: "Food Shopping," "A Blessing For The Arts," "A House Divided," and "At The Spanish Drag Queen Place on Santa Monica Blvd."
Box 3, Folder 12

Walt Whitman's...galleys. 1996-1997.

Scope and Content Note

Paste-up boards and galleys for Walt Whitman's Beard, a chapbook published by Rose of Sharon Press in celebration of National Poetry Month at the University of Southern California. A final copy of this artifact dedicated to the memory of Allen Ginsberg is included and contributors writers are the following: Laurel Ann Bogen, Millicent Borges, Dennis Cruz, S.A. Griffin, Doug Knott, Jeff McDaniel, Ellyn Maybe, Patricia Wagner, Scott Wannberg, and Pam Ward.
Box 3, Folder 13

(Exploding Text)...galleys. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

(Exploding Text) On the Work of Burroughs was created for the May 10th Tribute to Allen Ginsberg at Beyond Baroque. The exploding text from Ginsberg's piece, "On Burroughs Work" was altered and added to by S.A. Griffin, Mike Bruner, Olly Ruff, David Rhaesa, Derek Beaulieu, Marie Countryman, Michael Stutz, and James Stauffer.
Box 3, Folder 14

Big Belly anthology. circa 1998.

Scope and Content Note

The cover describes this as a "spontaneous anthology of L.A. and S.F. poets assembled at the attic on the eve of scattering jack micheline's ashes over brown bag farm." Contributors include: S.A. Griffin, Tarin Towers, Alan Kaufman, Rafael FJ Alvarado, Hank Hyena, St. Theresa Stone, Eugene Ostachevsky, Bucky Sinister, Doug Knott, Katie Degentesh, and Kathleen Wood.
Box 3, Folder 15

Wedding vows. 1998.

Scope and Content

Three pages of vows written by Griffin for the wedding of Rob Zabrecky and Tommy at the Old Griffith Park Zoo, August 8, 1998. Zabrecky was a member of Possum Dixon, a magician and an actor. Griffin met Rob through Pleasant Gehman when they did a gig at the Pik Me Up Cafe around 1992. Griffin tailors the ceremonies to suit the couple even these vows have not fundamentally changed since he performed his first wedding in 1995 for Eric Brown and Tori Williams. According to Griffin, each set of vows is altered with personal questions and other slight additions so that it remains unique. For more information on Griffin's wedding performances please consult the subject files for Universal Life Church and Temple of Man.
Box 3, Folder 16

"The Edge Generation." 1999.

Scope and Content Note

This piece may be located in its published form in Box 15. It was published in (Sic) Vice & Verse, Issue 7, June-July 1999, One Year Anniversary Issue.
Box 3, Folder 17

The Dear Lady...typescripts. 1999, undated, 2007.

Scope and Content Note

This folder contains the following poems: "My Dear Lady Night (for Philomene Long)," "New Year's Party," and "The Vision." These typescripts include Griffin's annotations.
Box 3, Folder 18

Re)verb submission. 2003 June 25.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's submission to Re)verb includes a letter and typescript of his work entitled, "This One (The Bald Headed Mouse)."
Box 4, Folder 1

The Carma Bums...paste-up boards. 2004 May.

Scope and Content Note

Paste-up boards for The Carma Bums' Armageddon Outta Here! chapbook. This chap was written and produced by The Carma Bums: Doug Knott, Mike Mollett, Mike Bruner, S.A. Griffin, and Scott Wannberg.
Box 4, Folder 2

T's Mile High Parade galleys. 2004 October 20.

Scope and Content Note

Folder contains galleys for T's Mile High Parade chapbook published by Black Ace/Temple of Man.
Box 4, Folder 3

Reflections...submission. 2005.

Processing Information note

Original manuscript was photocopied due to mold damage. Original was removed from the collection and it was replaced by the facsimile.

Scope and Content Note

Folder contains "Reflections of A Mind Corrupted By A Nightmare Childhood & Congenital Dysfunction" manuscript and correspondence from The Editors of The Atlantic Monthly.
Box 4, Folders 4-6

Numbskull Sutra galleys. 2007.

Scope and Content Note

Folders 4 and 5 contain galleys for Numbskull Sutra, a collection of Griffin's poetry edited by John Dorsey and David Smith for Rank Stranger Press. Folder 6 contains a handwritten "Numbskull Sutra (for Mark Hartenbach)" manuscript and a typescript of this piece in addition to the following excerpt from Hartenbach's "land of nod": "i am the numbskull sutra/ to be read then destroyed/ i am the gospel truth/ that will never make it/ through the editing process."

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Folder 5 contains two CD-Rs. One is labeled Numbskull Sutra Text and the other, Numbskull Sutra Cover Images.
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Box 4, Folders 7-10

Black Ace Book 8 galleys. 2007.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Folder 8: Four CD-Rs
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Scope and Content Note

Black Ace Book 8 is dedicated to Tony Scibella, published by S.A. Griffin for Temple of Man, and edited by John Macker, Marsha Getzler, and S.A. Griffin. The manuscript includes work by Scibella, Todd Moore, Saul White, Jack Micheline, Stuart Z. Perkoff, James Ryan Morris, Philomene Long, John Thomas, Frank T. Rios, Steve Wilson, Ellyn Maybe, Diana di Prima, Ed Ward, and Marcia Ward among others. Folders 8-10 contain art work, digital files, and correspondence concerning this publication.
Box 4, Folder 11

Poems. 2007-2011.

Scope and Content Note

Poems include "Walking the Line," "what it is (for Todd Moore's 70th)," "27 Years in El Lay," and "Rivers (for Langston Hughes)."
Box 4, Folder 12

American Garbage Head script. 2011 June 16.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin wrote and annotated this script based on Confessions of An American Garbage Head by Mark Hartenbach.
Box 4, Folder 13

"Flowers" poem. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This one page poem is handwritten in black ink on lined paper.
Boxes 5-10

Monographs.

Scope and Content

The monographs featuring Griffin’s writings include the writings of The Lost Tribe, The Carma Bums, and White Trash Apocalypse.
Books from S.A. Griffin’s library that were originally donated with the papers have been individually cataloged in the UCLA Library online catalog. Records for these items may be found by searching the Special Coll/Archive SPAC “SALA” using the Advanced search tab in the Library catalog, or keyword searching “Books from the Library of S.A. Griffin”.
Boxes 11-22

Serials.

Scope and Content

Serials featuring Griffin’s writings, which include serials that he published, have been organized alphabetically by title of publication.

Biography/History

The first publication Griffin worked with was Shattersheet, edited and published by Jim and April Burns out of the Valley. Jim walked into Al's one night giving away free issues to introduce the zine to everyone. Mike Bruner and Griffin responded immediately and volunteered to do whatever Jim wanted. Shattersheet was important because not only did it publish poetry, but it was the first publication, to Griffin's knowledge, that published a fairly comprehensive listing of poetry events in and around Southern California. Just previous to this Griffin had worked at Medicus, a local printing broker. With Jim and April, wanting to learn everything he could about DIY/small press, Griffin did much of the same tasks: cut and paste, inputting on the ancient Mac used primarily for word processing, collating/folding, distribution, collections, and some editing. Working with Shattersheet Griffin got to know the local community and became very familiar with Scott Wannberg's work long before they met and became friends. Wannberg's book The Electric Yes Indeed!, officially published by Shelf Life Press and with initial editing and publishing by Jim, became the second book Griffin had published.
As Shattersheet was waning, The Moment was on its way up, in Griffin's opinion inspired by the local success of Shattersheet. The Moment was edited and published by Kevin Bartnof, Chris Behling and Eric Lyden, who were more Gonzo in their approach. With The Moment, Griffin was introduced to a deeper Beat dynamic, and in time was introduced to Allen Ginsberg and Jack Micheline, among others. In Griffin's words, "the Carma Bums got directly plugged into The Moment since we fit directly into what it was they were all about."
Griffin became friends with Rafael FJ Alvarado, a regular of the old Onyx, when he disrupted a reading that Griffin was conducting at The Onyx Cafe on Vermont. Eventually, Alvarado and Griffin would publish and edit (Sic) Vice & Verse, first as the broadside (Sic) Random Vice & Verse, then as a periodical. Griffin worked directly with Michael Simmons and Rachel Kusher.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SUBSERIES CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 11, Folder 1

Poetry Sheet. Los Angeles. 1983 November.

Scope and Content Note

"Fuck You, Remember When I Said I Loved You" appears on the back page.
Box 11, Folder 1

Poetry Sheet, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1984 January.

Scope and Content Note

"Pigstreet" appears on the front page.
Box 11, Folder 2

Artfax. Los Angeles. 1985.

Scope and Content Note

"Pigstreet" and "The America Poem" are flagged within this issue.
Box 11, Folder 3

The Drawing Board, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1986 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"The America Poem" appears on page 11.
Box 11, Folder 4

Nude Erections, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

"how many times have I" is flagged within this issue.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 8. Canoga Park. 1986 April.

Scope and Content Note

"Paperwork" appears on page 3.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 9. Canoga Park. 1986 May.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is No There There" appears on page 7.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 10. Canoga Park. 1986 June.

Scope and Content Note

"I was born with bombs" appears on page 3.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 11. Canoga Park. 1986 July.

Scope and Content Note

"global ratings war spins" appears on page 5.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 12. Canoga Park. 1986 September.

Scope and Content Note

"Congratulations!" appears on page 3.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 17. Canoga Park. 1987 February.

Scope and Content Note

"the man operating" appears on page 2.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 19. Canoga Park. 1987 April.

Scope and Content Note

"They say" appears on page 10.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 22. Canoga Park. 1987 July.

Scope and Content Note

"pain" co-authored with Mike Bruner appears on page 2.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 23. Canoga Park. 1987 August.

Scope and Content Note

"in the wild blue" appears on page 5.
Box 11, Folder 5

Shattersheet, no. 24. Canoga Park. 1987 September.

Scope and Content Note

"The America Poem" appears on page 4.
Box 11, Folder 6

Rattler, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1987 .

Scope and Content Note

"Football and Beer" appears on page 11 and "Bad Poetry" appears on page 12.
Box 11, Folder 7

Water Row Review, v. 1. Los Angeles. 1987 .

Scope and Content Note

"who during this moment" appears on page 33.
Box 11, Folder 8

Data File. Los Angeles. 1987.

Scope and Content Note

The Nude issue features “At the meercat nudist club” on page 3.
Box 11, Folder 8

Data File. Los Angeles. 1987.

Scope and Content Note

The Open issue features “One mile $5 Exacta” on page 19.
Box 11, Folder 8

Data File. Los Angeles. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

The Rubberstamps issue features “Why is it that the stars are suddenly a whirling” on page 19.
Box 11, Folder 8

Data File. Los Angeles. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

The Time issue features “my 86 year old grandfather” on page 18.
Box 11, Folder 9

Anthology of 1st Year of The Poecentric Lounge, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1987 March-1988 March.

Scope and Content Note

"Pigstreet" appears on page 25 and "This Apartment That We Live In Hung By The Letter 'F'" appears on page 27.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 7. Woodland Hills. 1988 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"I have seen the shouting hallelujahs" appears on page 6 and "we dreamed in big cars" appears on page 11.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 8. Woodland Hills. 1988 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"Reasons Why Some People Don't Like My Poetry" appears on page 4.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 9. Woodland Hills. 1989 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin is featured on the front and back cover with Sholom "Red" Stodolsky at Baroque Bookstore, formerly located at 1643 N. Las Palmas in Hollywood. "Another Fucking L.A. Car Poem" appears on page 7.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 10. Woodland Hills. 1989 Spring.

Scope and Content

"So If They Ever Name The Streets" appears on page 5.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 12. Woodland Hills. 1990 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"So Even Italian Mobsters Can Become Songs" appears on page 33.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 13. Woodland Hills. 1990 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

“It Is Not About Homosexual Art In Ohio, 7 Dirty Words In Florida, Abortion, Liberty Or If Aids Had Five Letters There Might Be A Cure & We Don’t Burn Our Flags Here Anymore” appears on page 17.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 14. Woodland Hills. 1991 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

“Let Us Pray That The Legs Of War Are Shattered Long Before The Music Of Collapsing Cities” appears on page 18.
Box 11, Folder 10

The Moment, no. 15. Woodland Hills. 1997 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

“Suddenly Down” appears on page 9.
Box 11, Folder 11

Harp. Glenwood Springs. 1995 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

HARP Four Rivers Arts Journal was a quarterly journal edited by John Macker and circulated throughout the Roaring Fork Valley, Colorado, and in other states. “For Red: Two Birds Still Flying” appears on page 15. Additionally, three photocopies of Griffin's "12 Kisses To The Universe - for J.W. McCullough" published in HARP are contained in this folder.
Box 11, Folder 12

Pearl, no. 15. Long Beach. 1992 Spring/Summer.

Scope and Content Note

Pearl magazine was founded in 1974 by Joan Jobe Smith while she was an undergraduate at California State University, Long Beach. This issue was edited by Smith, Marilyn Johnson, and Barbara Hauk. “There's Always Fear In All Of Your Love Songs” appears on page 13.
Box 11, Folder 12

Pearl, no. 24. Long Beach. 1996 Fall/Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was edited by Joan Jobe Smith, Marilyn Johnson, and Barbara Hauk. “12 Kisses To The Universe (For J.W. McCullough)” appears on page 19.
Box 12, Folder 1

Saturday Afternoon, no. 3. Hollywood. 1987 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"there are black Santas" appears on page 134.
Box 12, Folder 2

Saturday Afternoon, no. 6. Los Angeles. 1990 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

"Golden Years" appears on page 79.
Box 12, Folder 3

Saturday Afternoon, no. 8. Los Angeles. 1992 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

"Poet's Drink" appears on page 7. Journal includes "Lyres Make Better Lovers" bumper sticker.
Box 12, Folder 4

Saturday Afternoon, no. 10. Los Angeles. 1994-1995.

Scope and Content Note

"12 Kisses To The Universe (For J.W. McCullough)" appears on page 3.
Box 12, Folders 4-5

Saturday Afternoon, no. 12. Los Angeles. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

"The Late Show" appears on page 85. Folder 4 journal includes a note from its Publisher and Editor, Cynthia Walker.
Box 12, Folder 5

Saturday Afternoon, no. 14. Los Angeles. 1999.

Scope and Content Note

"The Bad Thing" appears on page 134. Journal cover photo of a young boy smoking a cigarette at the Zero Zero Club in Hollywood by Gary Leonard.
Box 13, Folder 1

Rock City News, v. 6, no. 15. Los Angeles. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Folder includes clippings of T. Adam Boffi's column, "Rock Guard'N." This column is devoted to love and includes "At The Core Of Love."
Box 13, Folder 1

Rock City News, v. 7, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Folder includes clippings of T. Adam Boffi's column, "Rock Guard'N." This column is devoted to Los Angeles and includes excerpts from "Pigstreet."
Box 13, Folder 2

Rocky Mountain Arsenal Of The Arts, v. 4, no. 2. Denver. 1989 June-July.

Scope and Content Note

"Pigstreet" appears on page 8.
Box 13, Folder 3

Stick, v. 1, no. 2. Black Hawk. 1989 July.

Scope and Content Note

"While Making Copies At The Xerox Place In West L.A." appears on page 35.
Box 13, Folder 4

A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1990 March 23.

Scope and Content Note

"Saw Another One Flip Today" appears on the back page.
Box 13, Folder 4

A Piece Of Paper, v. 1, no. 3. Glendale. 1990 July 20.

Scope and Content Note

"Etc." appears on the front page.
Box 13, Folder 4

A Prank Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 August 2-3.

Biography/History

Lou Mensch, the owner, booked The Carma Bums for a gig on that year's tour at Father's Office, and also gave them a few bucks to land and eat somewhere. According to Griffin, back then Father's Office had sawdust on the floor and folks were still smoking cigarettes. The Carma Bums hung out there a lot in the late 1980s and early 1990s drinking pitchers of Grant's Russian Imperial Stout. They played Spades endlessly while they talked and planned (at times).

Scope and Content Note

"My farts are" appears on the front page. This issue was created at Father's Office in Santa Monica and in addition to beer stains, includes pieces by Rafael RJ Alvarado, S.A. Griffin, and Scott Wannberg.
Box 13, Folder 4

A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 August 3.

Scope and Content Note

"There Are No Seat Belts In The Cadillac" appears on the back page. This issue is dedicated to The Carma Bums for their No Seat Belts Tour of Words and includes pieces by Doug Knott, Scott Wannberg, Mike M. Mollett, and S.A. Griffin.
Box 13, Folder 4

A Piece Of Paper. S. El Monte. 1991 February 15.

Scope and Content Note

"I Have Seen The Shouting Hallelujahs" appears on the back page.
Box 13, Folder 4

A Piece Of Paper. S. El Monte. 1991 March 15.

Scope and Content Note

"So If They Ever Name The Streets" appears on the back page.
Box 13, Folder 5

OnTarget, no. 2. Glendale. circa early to mid 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

"You Could Measure My Passion With A Stick" from Heaven Is One Long Naked Dance appears in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 5

OnTarget, no. 4. Glendale. circa early to mid 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

"Poetry Is A Drunk Animal Mounting The Moon" appears in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 5

OnTarget, no. 5. Glendale. circa early to mid 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

"Driving Fast Down Olympic With Jesus Feet" appears in this issue which is signed by many of the contributors.
Box 13, Folder 6

OnTarget, no. 7. Venice. circa early to mid 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

"She Was A Voluptuous Hand Grenade Waiting For A Decent Guy To Come Along And Pull Her Pin" appears in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 6

OnTarget, no. 8/9. Venice. circa early to mid 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

"Hate For Breakfast" appears in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 7

OnTarget, no. 10/11. Hollywood. circa early to mid 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

"Bukowski To The Curb" appears in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 8

Dribble Rag, no. 1. Woodland Hills. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

"At The Core Of Love" appears in this issue.

Biography/History

Dribble Rag was edited and published by Christopher Behling. Behling was born on December 9, 1965 and died on September 11, 1994.
Box 13, Folder 8

Dribble Rag, no. 2. Woodland Hills. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

An excerpt from "Pigstreet" and "I Ate Fig Newtons Until I Puked" appear in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 9

Verve, v. 2, no. 2. Simi Valley. 1990 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

"The Mexican Orange Merchant" appears in this issue.
Box 13, Folder 10

Wajlemac, no. 9. Larkspur. 1990.

Scope and Content

"One Night In San Francisco" appears within the "Like, Poetry and Fiction, Man" section.
Box 13, Folder 11

The Hollywood Review, no. 1. Santa Monica. 1991 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"I Ate Fig Newtons Until I Puked" appears on page 79.
Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 1. Hollywood. 1991 May 24.

Scope and Content Note

"Coverbeauty Has It All" appears on the back page. Rafael RJ Alvarado describes this publication as a broadsheet zine in "A (Sic) History" published in the June 1998 Premiere Issue. This particular issue is contained within Box 17, folder 5.
Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 2. Hollywood. 1991 June 14.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 3. Hollywood. 1991 June 21.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 4. Hollywood. 1991 June 28.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 5. Hollywood. 1991 July 5.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 6. Hollywood. 1991 July 12.

Scope and Content Note

"Golden Years" appears on the back page.
Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 7. Hollywood. 1991 July 26.

Scope and Content Note

"I Ate Fig Newtons Until I Puked" appears on the front page.
Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 8. Hollywood. 1991 August 30.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 9. Hollywood. 1991 September 6.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 10. Hollywood. 1991 September 13.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 11. Hollywood. 1991 September 20.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 12. Hollywood. 1991 September 27.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 13. Hollywood. 1991 October 4.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 14. Hollywood. 1991 October 11.

Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 15. Hollywood. 1991 October 18.

Scope and Content Note

"All The Questions Had Made Me Allergic To The Answers" appears on the back page.
Box 14, Folder 1

(Sic) Weekly Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 16. Hollywood. 1991 October 25.

Scope and Content Note

"Kiss Of Death" appears on the back page next to a "Cum & Pray" stamp. A packaged lubricated Sheik condom is stapled to this AIDS issue.
Box 14, Folder 2

(Sic) Random Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 17. Los Angeles. 1992 March 13.

Scope and Content Note

"So If They Ever Name The Streets" appears on the front page.
Box 14, Folder 2

(Sic) Random Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 18. Los Angeles. 1992 March 27.

Box 14, Folder 2

(Sic) Random Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 19. Los Angeles. 1992 June 12.

Box 14, Folder 2

(Sic) Random Vice & Verse, v. 1, no. 20. Los Angeles. 1992 June 26.

Scope and Content Note

"The World Cried Itself To Sleep Again Last Night While The News Was Busy Shaving" appears on the back page.
Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 1. Hollywood. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

"The Monster" appears on the back page.
Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 2. Hollywood. 1993 April 15.

Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 3. Hollywood. 1993 May 5.

Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 4. Hollywood. 1993 May .

Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 5. Hollywood. 1993 May 31.

Scope and Content Note

"The Revolution" appears on the back page. This is the Memorial Day (A Grave Issue).
Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 5. Hollywood. 1993 June 20.

Scope and Content Note

"Poetry Is A Drunk Animal Mounting The Moon" appears on the back page. This is the Kurt Schwitters' 106 Birthday Issue designed by mail artist Leslie Caldera aka CT/Creative Thing and represents issue no. 6. This folder also includes correspondence concerning this issue from CT to Griffin.
Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 7. Hollywood. 1993 .

Box 14, Folder 3

(Sic), v. 2, no. 8. Hollywood. 1993 September 23.

Scope and Content Note

"Remember These Words" appears on the back page.
Box 14, Folder 4

(Sic), v. 3, no. 1. North Hollywood. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

"Cunt Pussy Dick Cock Fuck Poem" appears on the front page.
Box 14, Folder 4

(Sic), v. 3, no. 2. North Hollywood. 1996 December 5.

Box 14, Folder 4

(Sic), v. 3, no. 3. North Hollywood. 1997 January 25.

Box 14, Folder 4

(Sic), v. 3, no. 4. North Hollywood. 1997 March 12.

Box 14, Folder 4

(Sic), v. 3, no. 5. North Hollywood. 1997 May 11.

Scope and Content Note

"At The Core Of Love" appears on the back page.
Box 14, Folder 4

(Sic), v. 3, no. 6. North Hollywood. 1997 August 16.

Box 14, Folder 5

The Fold. San Francisco. 1991 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was edited by Kathi Georges and includes "Kiss Of Death."
Box 14, Folder 6

Purple Patch, no. 61. West Bromwich. circa 1991.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is Always Fear In All Of Your Love Songs" appears on page 3.
Box 14, Folder 7

Nuthing Sacred, no. 2. Hollywood. 1991 June.

Scope and Content Note

"I Ate Fig Newtons Until I Puked" appears in this issue.
Box 14, Folder 7

Nuthing Sacred, no. 3. Hollywood. 1991 September.

Scope and Content

"One Night In San Francisco" and "Our Son Was Born With An Old Man's Eyes" appear in this issue.
Box 14, Folder 7

Nuthing Sacred, no. 4. Hollywood. 1991 October.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes an interview with Griffin about The Carma Bums.
Box 14, Folder 7

Nuthing Sacred, no. 5. Hollywood. 1992 September.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes excerpts from Pleasant Gehman's "Rock 'N Roll" diaries and features Griffin's "Love Came Home Late Last Night And Fell Asleep In Front Of The Television."
Box 14, Folder 7

Nuthing Sacred, no. 6. Hollywood. 1993 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features "I Was Abducted By Aliens" by S.A. Griffin, correspondent.
Box 14, Folder 7

Nuthing Sacred, no. 7. Los Angeles. 1993 .

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes an interview with the L.A. Mudpeople by S.A. Griffin.
Box 14, Folder 8

Black Ace Book, no. 2, Los Angeles. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

"The World Cried Itself To Sleep Again Last Night While The News Was Busy Shaving" appears on page 84.
Box 14, Folder 8

Black Ace Book, no. 4, Los Angeles. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

"12 Kisses To The Universe (For J.W. McCullough)" appears on page 145. Also published in this issue is a letter to the editor from Charles Bukowski and a note to Griffin from Tony Scibella which reads, "I know u didn't want to use the J.W. poem again but I felt it was necessary."
Box 14, Folder 9

Black Ace Book, no. 7, Los Angeles. 2002.

Scope and Content Note

"2001" appears on page 5. This folder includes correspondence from Marsha Getzler and proofs of Griffin's work.
Box 14, Folder 10

Dance Of The Iguana, v. 1, no. 3, Los Angeles. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

"To Swim Below The Surface Of The Water Where The Rain Is Never Felt But Always Welcome" appears on page 23.
Box 14, Folder 10

Dance Of The Iguana. Los Angeles. 1992 Autumn.

Scope and Content Note

"This Music Is A Strange Language" appears on page 7.
Box 14, Folder 11

New Observations, no. 87. New York. 1992 January/February.

Scope and Content Note

"So If They Ever Name The Streets" appears on page 14.
Box 14, Folder 12

in remembrance, no. 10. Studio City. 1993.

Scope and Content

"The World Cried Itself To Sleep Again Last Night While The News Was Busy Shaving" appears in this issue which is signed by publisher, Jenny Soup.
Box 15, Folder 1

Insomnia, v. 2, no. 3. Whittier. 1993 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"You Could Measure My Passion With A Stick," "The Revolution," and "Poetry Is A Drunk Animal Mounting The Moon" appear in this issue.
Box 15, Folder 1

Insomnia, v. 2, no. 4. Whittier. 1993 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"Remember These Words" appears on page 50.
Box 15, Folder 1

Insomnia, v. 3, no. 1. Whittier. 1994 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

"Variations On Sonnet Of Shakespeare" and "Fuck You, Remember When I Said I Love You" appear in this issue.
Box 15, Folder 1

Insomnia, v. 3, no. 4. Whittier. 1994 Fall.

Scope and Content

"Hate For Breakfast" appears on page 47.
Box 15, Folder 2

Flipside, no. 87. Pasadena. 1993 December/1994 January.

Scope and Content Note

"Hate For Breakfast" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 3

Flipside, no. 90. Pasadena. 1994 June/July.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One 33 1/3 rpm stereo soundsheet slip recording of "disbelief" by Stanford Prison Experiment.
Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content Note

"12 Kisses To The Universe (For J.W. McCullough)" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 3

Flipside, no. 92. Pasadena. 1994 October/November.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One 33 1/3 rpm stereo soundsheet slip recording of "Monkey Drunk" by Cop Shoot Cop.
Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content Note

"Bukowski To The Curb" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 3

Flipside, no. 95. Pasadena. 1995 April/May.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One 33 1/3 rpm stereo soundsheet slip recording of "Stop For A Moment" and "Expanding" by Funeral Oration.
Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is A River" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 4

Flipside, no. 98. Pasadena. 1995 October/November.

Scope and Content Note

"Insomnia (For Rocco)" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 4

Flipside, no. 100. Pasadena. 1996 February/March.

Scope and Content Note

"I Have No Poem For You Today" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 4

Flipside, no. 103. Pasadena. 1996 August/September.

Scope and Content Note

"Sad Poem For A Dysfunctional Planet Caught In The Crossfire Of A Brief Childhood" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 5

Flipside, no. 105. Pasadena. 1997 January/February.

Scope and Content Note

"Suddenly Down" appears in the poetry section.
Box 15, Folder 6

Brain Child, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

"I Looked At Lorraine And I Felt" appears in this issue. The featured Artist of the Month is Diane Gamboa who presents 10 pen and ink drawings. Other contributors include Barbara Mendes, Butt Trumpet, Trina Robbins, Ken Tao, Simone Gad, Vinzula Kara, and The L.A. Mudpeople.
Box 15, Folder 7

Mobius, v. 8, no. 1. St. Claire Shores. 1994 Spring/Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"Love Came Home Last Night And Fell Asleep In Front Of The Television" appears on page 42. This poetry magazine is signed by Editor Jean Hull Herman and includes correspondence to Griffin.
Box 15, Folder 8

NoHo, v. 2, no. 8. North Hollywood. 1994 October.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is Always Fear In All Your Love Songs" appears on page 12.
Box 15, Folder 9

Zuzu's Petals Quarterly, v. 3, no. 2-3. Allentown. 1994-1995 Winter/Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"Poetry Is A Drunk Animal Mounting The Moon" appears on page 56.
Box 15, Folder 10

Sure, no. 10. Oak View. 1994.

Scope and Content

"FOR RED Two Tough Birds Still Flying" appears on page 59 of this Charles Bukowski newsletter.
Box 16, Folder 1

Blue Satellite, v. 1, no. 1. Venice. 1994 September.

Scope and Content Note

"Bukowski To The Curb" appears in this issue.
Box 16, Folder 1

Blue Satellite, v. 1, no. 2. Venice. 1995 February.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is A River" appears in this issue. This issue was copy edited by francEyE.
Box 16, Folder 2

Blue Satellite, v. 2, no. 1. Venice. 1995 September.

Scope and Content Note

"The Race Gets A Little Long In The Turn" appears in this issue.
Box 16, Folder 2

Blue Satellite, v. 2, no. 2. Venice. 1996 February.

Scope and Content Note

Within this issue, The Sacred Beverage Press announces their first ever book featuring The Carma Bums and includes a special Bums section with "Hell The Love Song (For Bob Flanagan)" along with work from Mike Bruner, Doug Knott, Mike M. Mollett, and Scott Wannberg.
Box 16, Folder 3

Blue Satellite, v. 3, no. 1. Venice. 1996 September.

Scope and Content Note

"A Blessing For The Arts" appears in this issue.
Box 16, Folder 4

Campus Circle, v. 4, no. 9. Beverly Hills. 1995 February 7.

Scope and Content Note

"Food Shopping" appears on page 29.
Box 16, Folder 5

The Grindstone, v. 2, no. 2. Studio City. 1995 August/September.

Scope and Content Note

"Smells Like Love" appears on page 21.
Box 16, Folder 6

Spillway, v. 2, no. 2. Huntington Beach. 1995 .

Scope and Content Note

"12 Kisses To The Universe (For J.W. McCullough)" appears on page 39.
Box 16, Folder 6

Spillway, no. 5. Huntington Beach. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is A River" appears on page 41.
Box 16, Folder 7

Coyote Suitcase, no. 1. Berkeley. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

This publication was privately issued in conjunction with the Bancroft Library exhibit and symposium celebrating "Ferlinghetti, City Lights, and the Beats in San Francisco: From the Margins to the Mainstream," on April 12, 1996. "Love Came Home Late Tonight And Fell Asleep In Front Of The Television" appears on page 41.
Box 16, Folder 8

Freedom Isn't Free, no. 4. Orange. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

"Remember These Words" appears in this issue.
Box 16, Folder 9

Citadel. Los Angeles. 1996 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"Suddenly Down" appears in this Los Angeles City College publication signed by David Lovins.
Box 16, Folder 10

Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, v. 15, no. 1. San Francisco. 1996 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is A River" appears on page 6 of this issue dedicated to the memory of Richard Louis (Tet) Tetenbaum who died on the evening of June 2, 1996.
Box 16, Folder 11

Fuck This Shit, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1996 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"Long Distance" appears in this spoken word anthology.
Box 17, Folder 1

Epicenter, v.4, no. 1. Riverside. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

"Leaving God For Another Woman" appears on page 20.
Box 17, Folder 2

Babylon's Hot City On Parade. West Hollywood. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

"Coffeehouse Etiquette" appears on the inside of the back cover.
Box 17, Folder 3

Chiron Review, no. 52. St. John. 1997 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

"Suddenly Down," "I Have No Poem For You Today," and "There Is A River" appear on page 6.
Box 17, Folder 4

Damaged Goods, v. 1, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1997 September/October.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's praise for Christopher Felver's Angels, Anarchists & Gods appears in the Book Review section.
Box 17, Folder 4

Damaged Goods, v. 1, no. 5. Los Angeles. 1998 February/March.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's "Onword" column appears on page 48.
Box 17, Folder 4

Damaged Goods, v. 1, no. 6. Los Angeles. 1998 April/May.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's "Onword" column concerning Jack Micheline appears on page 45.
Box 17, Folder 5

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1998 June.

Scope and Content Note

This Premiere Issue features includes "Orgy For World Peace," Griffin's interview with proprietor Farrell Tim Blake and Griffin's column "Onward" in which he describes Ellyn Maybe's The Cowardice Of Amnesia as "something original that demands the attention, respect, and love of all." This folder also contains galleys for this issue.
Box 17, Folder 5

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1998 August/September.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's "Onword" column chronicles the lives of coffeehouses and clubs such as The Water Espresso Gallery, Lhasa Club, the Pik Me Up Cafe, and The Onyx. "The Bad Thing" appears on page 42.
Box 17, Folder 6

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1998 October/November.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a piece by Pleasant Gehman about her trip to Burning Man and Iris Berry's "Punk Rock Royalty." This folder also contains galleys for this issue.
Box 17, Folder 6

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1998 December/1999 January.

Scope and Content Note

"It Was A Good Day" and "Bye Bye Baroque: Farewell To A Hollywood Icon: Red Stodolsky 1916-1998" appear in this issue. Griffin's "Onward" column describes his trip with Tony Scibella to the 11th Annual High Times Cannabis Cup. This folder also contains galleys for this issue.
Box 17, Folder 7

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 5. Los Angeles. 1999 February/March.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a piece on The American Hotel and Pleasant Gehman's "How I Spent My Winter Vacation."
Box 17, Folder 7

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 6. Los Angeles. 1999 April/May.

Scope and Content Note

Bob Flanagan's "Love Is Still Possible In This Junky World" and Sherman Alexie's "The War Of The Mice" appear in this issue. This folder also contains galleys for this issue.
Box 17, Folder 7

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 7. Los Angeles. 1999 June/July.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's "Onword" column discusses The Edge Generation and "There Is A River" appears on page 49.
Box 17, Folder 7

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 8. Los Angeles. 1999 August/September.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes an interview with Sherman Alexie by Juliette Torrez and introduces the column "Notes From A Medium Brown Girl" by Michele Serros.
Box 17, Folder 7

(Sic) Vice & Verse, no. 9. Los Angeles. 1999 November/December.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes Pleasant Gehman sharing "More Lurid Tales" about The Zero Zero Gallery, Linda Gamboa's "Sweet Sunshine On Skid Row," and Vinzula Kara's "Kitten With A Whip" comic which speaks to gentrification.
Box 17, Folder 8

Angry Thoreauan, no. 23. Hollywood. 1998 December.

Scope and Content Note

"We Are Born Falling" appears on page 34. This issue also includes an interview with John Gilmore, author of Severed: The True Story of The Black Dahlia Murder. Copies of Angry Thoreauan covers may be found in box 194.
Box 17, Folder 8

Angry Thoreauan, no. 26. Hollywood. 2000 December.

Scope and Content Note

"In The Fat Wild Moment Beats The Unquenchable Yes" appears on page 19.
Box 17, Folder 9

Scat. Los Angeles. 1999 .

Scope and Content Note

"There Is A River" appears on page 60 of University High School's literary magazine. In addition to student poetry, this issue also includes work by Ellyn Maybe, Jeffrey McDaniel, Rafael F.J. Alvarado, and Scott Wannberg.
Box 17, Folder 10

1999 Poetry Calendar. La Jolla. 1999 .

Scope and Content Note

"I Have No Poem For You Today" appears on page 102.
Box 194, Folder 1, Box 18, Folder 1

The Fool, no. 1. Venice. 2000 January 1.

Scope and Content Note

Box 18: According to Chief Fools, S.A. Griffin and James Stauffer, this publication is the print arm of Holy Fools Week -- Big Beat Roadshow Vortex 2000 at the Big Intersection of Wichita, Kansas from September 26 through October 1, 2000. This holiday issue features a collage cover by Griffin and Dafydd McKaharay's "Gabba Gabba Howl!": X New Yorker Rides the Beat/Punk Connection." This folder also contains the galleys for this publication.
Box 194: This box contains the layout boards for printing this issue.
Box 194, Folder 2, Box 18, Folder 2

The Fool, no. 2. Venice. 2000 March 12.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was published in conjunction with Jack Kerouac's birthday and Holy Fools Week -- Big Beat Roadshow Vortex 2000 and features Bibbe Hansen's "Jan Kerouac Remembered" and "Last Words: Broctman's Memorial Hospital June 24, 1974," a transcript of Stuart Z. Perkoff's final hour with Philomene Long. The folder includes galleys for this publication.
Box 18, Folder 3

Grit, no. 1. San Pedro. 2000 .

Scope and Content Note

"Table Talk" appears in this issue edited by RD Armstrong.
Box 18, Folder 4

The Butcher's Block, v. 1. Rockaway Beach. 2000 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"Suddenly Down" appears in this volume edited and published by David Greenspan.
Box 18, Folder 4

The Butcher's Block, v. 4. Rockaway Beach. 2002 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

"365 Words About Los Angeles" appears in this volume edited and published by David Greenspan.
Box 18, Folder 4

The Butcher's Block, v. 6. Rockaway Beach. circa 2004.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is" appears in this volume edited and published by David Greenspan.
Box 18, Folder 5

Lummox Journal, v. 7, no. 4. San Pedro. 2001 April.

Scope and Content Note

"2001" appears in this issue edited by Raindog.
Box 18, Folder 5

Lummox Journal, v.10, no. 4. San Pedro. 2004 July/August.

Scope and Content

"The Buk" appears on page 7.
Box 18, Folder 5

Lummox Journal, v. 11, no. 3/4. San Pedro. 2005 May/June/July/August.

Scope and Content Note

"Love Poem For My Wife" appears in this issue edited by Raindog.
Box 18, Folder 6

Staplegun Press, no. 13. Birmingham. 2001 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"365 Words About Los Angeles" on page 11.
Box 18, Folder 7

Ecstatic Peace, no. 1. Florence. 2001 March.

Scope and Content Note

"2001" appears in this poetry journal edited by T. Moore. Contributors include Kim Gordon, Mike Watt, Lee Ranaldo, and Thurston Moore.
Box 18, Folder 8

The Mercury Reader, no. 2. Denver. 2002 June.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Denver Poets Guild/Temple of Man production in which "Memory Snapshots" and "Savage Jets Sword The Sky" appear on page 6.
Box 18, Folder 8

The Mercury Reader, no. 13. Denver. 2003-2004 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Denver Poets Guild/Temple of Man production in which "The Ballad Of Victor Bent (For Tony Scibella)" appears on the second to last page.
Box 18, Folder 9

St. Vitus Press & Poetry Review, no. 5. Albuquerque. 2004.

Scope and Content Note

"Everything Is All Right In Time Even Death" appears on page 4 in this publication edited by Theron Moore and Todd Moore.
Box 18, Folder 9

St. Vitus Press & Poetry Review, no. 6. Albuquerque. 2005 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"The Apes Of Wrath" appears in this publication edited by Theron Moore and Todd Moore.
Box 18, Folder 10

Mad Blood, no. 2. Evergreen. 2003 October.

Scope and Content Note

"Variations On Sonnet Of Shakespeare," "Fist Of Love," "Natural Selection," and "Beat Cocktail" appear in this issue.
Box 18, Folder 11

The-Hold.com, no. 1. Deptford. 2003 January.

Scope and Content Note

This underbeat journal is signed by editor/publisher Cait Collins and includes "New Year's Party" and "Talking Pictures," Griffin's interview with Michael Montfort.
Box 18, Folder 11

The-Hold.com, no. 2. Deptford. 2003 July.

Scope and Content Note

"The Edge Generation" and "In A Pig's Eye" appear in this underbeat journal edited and published by Cait Collins.
Box 19, Folder 1

Bottle, no. 1. Leesburg. 2003.

Scope and Content Note

"Fist Of Love" appears in this "all broadside" magazine, designed and printed by Bill Roberts of Bottle of Smoke Press.
Box 19, Folder 1

Bottle, no. 2. Bear. 2004.

Scope and Content Note

"The Ballad Of Victor Bent (For Tony Scibella)" appears in this "all broadside" magazine, designed and printed by Bill Roberts at Bottle of Smoke Press.
Box 19, Folder 1

Bottle, no. 3. Dover. undated.

Scope and Content Note

"Weapons of Mass Destruction" appears in this "all broadside" magazine, designed and printed by Bill Roberts at Bottle of Smoke Press.
Box 19, Folder 2

Bottle, no. 4. Dover. circa 2006.

Scope and Content Note

"Throwing Glass At Brick Houses" appears in this "all broadside" magazine, designed and printed by Bill Roberts at Bottle of Smoke Press.
Box 19, Folder 2

Bottle, no. 5. Dover. circa 2007.

Scope and Content Note

"Asphodel, That Greeny Bookstore" appears in this "all broadside" magazine, designed and printed by Bill Roberts at Bottle of Smoke Press.
Box 19, Folder 2

Bottle, no. 6. Dover. circa 2009.

Scope and Content Note

"Fear, Inc." appears in this "all broadside" magazine, designed and printed by Bill Roberts at Bottle of Smoke Press.
Box 19, Folder 3

Beat Scene. Coventry. 2004 March.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's "Talking Pictures: An Interview with Michael Montfort" appears on page 24 of this special Charles Bukowski issue.
Box 19, Folder 4

Mystery Island Magazine, v. 1, no. 1. Sacramento. 2004 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is" appears on page 14.
Box 19, Folder 4

Mystery Island Magazine, v. 1, no. 5. Sacramento. 2005 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"The Right Kind Of Eyes" appears on page 16.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 1. Los Angeles. 2005 August 16.

Scope and Content Note

"The Emperor Is Stark Raving Naked" appears on the back side.

Biographical/Historical note

These broadsides were edited and published by Griffin via his Rose of Sharon Press. Like (Sic) Vice & Verse, these were distributed by hand across town. They were left at coffeehouses, bookstores, or any workable distribution location. Additionally, these were mailed across the country and others would drop them off at similar venues in their neighborhoods.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 2. Los Angeles. 2005 September 23.

Scope and Content Note

This is the "Burning Bridge" issue.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 3. Los Angeles. 2005 October 29.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to the life and work of d.a. levy.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 4. Los Angeles. 2005 November.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to Tony Scibella, Jack Micheline, and Cait Collins and includes poems by each writer. It features photos of Cait Collins and Linda Bukowski and a collage by Griffin.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 5. Los Angeles. 2005 December.

Scope and Content Note

"Weapons of Mass Destruction" appears on the front side of this Rose of Sharon publication and the back features a photo of Frank T. Rios by Pegarty Long.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 6. Los Angeles. 2006 January.

Scope and Content Note

The Butcher, S.A. Griffin wishes A.D. Winans a Happy 70th!
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 7. Los Angeles. 2006 February.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes work by Tammy F. Trendle, Romella D. Kitchens, Pris Campbell, and Teka-Lark
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 8. Los Angeles. 2006 April.

Scope and Content Note

This "Venus In The Badlands" issue features work by Frank T. Rios, Amanda Oaks, John Dorsey, John Macker, Beka Parrish, Todd Moore, and Elizabeth Wagstaff Williams.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 9. Los Angeles. 2006 July.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was created by Griffin (Los Angeles) and C. Allen Rearick (Cleveland).
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 10. Los Angeles. 2006 August.

Scope and Content

This issues features "Buk" and a collage by Griffin, "Love" by Ann Menebroker, and "Bukowski Poem" by Bob Flanagan.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 11. Los Angeles. 2006 October 27-29.

Scope and Content Note

"Throwing Glass At Brick Houses" appears on the back side of this special Rabbits Over Clevyland issue dedicated to Lady Bree Bodnar.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 12. Los Angeles. 2008 June 20-22.

Scope and Content Note

"What It Is" for Todd Moore's 70th appears on the back side of this special Unregulated Word: A Summer Accident (Kansas City, Kansas) issue.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 13. Los Angeles. 2011 March.

Scope and Content Note

John Dorsey's "The Death Of Language (For Todd Moore and S.A. Griffin)" and "Don-Cor-nigga-leoni" by Billy Burgos appear on the back side of this broadside.
Box 19, Folder 5

Meat, no. 14. Los Angeles. 2013 August 19.

Scope and Content Note

This broadside is dedicated to the work of Scott Wannberg and includes the following poems: "Dance It As If You Mean It," "Be Kind To Your Open Wound Week," "34 Brand New Concoctions," and "Don't Go Into Your Mind Without Being Accompanied By An Adult."
Box 19, Folder 6

Zen Baby, no. 13. Santa Cruz. 2005 .

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's "American Babylon" collage appears on the back cover and "There Is" appears on the inside of the back cover.
Box 19, Folder 6

Zen Baby, no. 14. Santa Cruz. 2005 .

Scope and Content Note

A review by Griffin and John Dorsey of Todd Moore's The Dead Zone Trilogy appears in this issue.
Box 19, Folder 6

Zen Baby, no. 18. Santa Cruz. 2006.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes Griffin's memorial for Tracy Thielen of Tracy and The Hindenburg Ground Crew. Thielen's mother Sally was a regular at the Water Espresso Gallery.
Box 19, Folder 7

Poems-For-All, no. 489. Sacramento. 2005 January.

Scope and Content Note

This PFA is a miniature book containing "The Apes Of Wrath."

Biographical/Historical note

The Poems-For-All (PFA) project began in March 2001 with the publication of The Bells of The Cherokee Ponies by poet and small press publisher d.a. levy who sparked what became known as The Mimeograph Revolution, which involves outsiders and underground writers publishing on their own terms by any means possible. Richard Hansen describes the PFAs as "Little books, scattered like seeds. That is, they're given away, left around, thrown about the place for people to find. Free. Always free."
Box 19, Folder 8

Open Wide Magazine, no. 18. Chester. circa 2005.

Scope and Content Note

"Call & Response," Griffin's work written in direct response to A.D. Winans' "A Call To Poets" appears on page 29.
Box 19, Folder 9

Poesy, no. 28. Santa Cruz. 2005 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"There Is A River" appears in this issue.
Box 19, Folder 9

Poesy, no. 31. Santa Cruz. 2006 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"A Poet's Drink" appears in this issue.
Box 19, Folder 9

Poesy, no. 34. Santa Cruz. 2006-2007.

Scope and Content Note

"Confessions Of A Door To Door Autographed Outlaw Bible Salesman" appears in this issue.
Box 19, Folder 9

Poesy, no. 39. Santa Cruz. 2012.

Scope and Content Note

"Let The Music Name You (For Scott Wannberg, 1953-2011)" appears in this issue.
Box 19, Folder 10

Poetry For The Masses, v. 1, no. 1. 2005 April.

Scope and Content

"Everything Is All Right In Time Even Death" appears in this issue.
Box 20, Folder 1

The Flatlands, no. 1. Toledo. 2005 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"James Dickey Was Never A Pickled Half-Sheep Preserved In A Jar" appears in this issue.
Box 20, Folder 2

The Rise and Fall of the Harbor Area, no. 4. San Pedro. 2005 May-August.

Scope and Content Note

Excerpts from an interview with Mike Watt appear on page 26 and Griffin's film review of We Jam Econo: The Story of the Minuteman appears on page 46. The cover features a photo of Charles Bukowski by Linda Lee Bukowski.
Box 20, Folder 3

The Rise and Fall of the Harbor Area, no. 5. San Pedro. 2005 September-December.

Scope and Content Note

An interview with Raymond Pettibon who designed the cover and part one of Griffin's interview with Saccharine Trust appear in this issue.
Box 20, Folder 3

The Rise and Fall of the Harbor Area, no. 6. San Pedro. 2006 January-April.

Scope and Content Note

Part two of Griffin's Saccharine Trust interview and Iris Berry's memorial piece for Vandals singer Stevo (Steven R. Jensen) appear in this issue.
Box 20, Folder 4

Eighty-Six Magazine. San Diego. 2005 January.

Scope and Content Note

"Finger Fucked By The Gods" appears on page 20.
Box 20, Folder 4

Eighty-Six Magazine. San Diego. 2006 February.

Scope and Content Note

"Elvis Changed My Life On The Big Screen At The Fox Theatre In Downtown Richmond, CA" appears on page 11.
Box 256

The Brickbat Revue, Los Angeles. 2006 March.

Scope and Content

Griffin is the feature poet for this quarter-annual broadsheet.
Box 20, Folder 5

No Spring Cleve, no. 6. Cleveland Heights. 2006.

Scope and Content Note

"The Sun Is The Sun Is The Sun" appears in this Green Panda Press publication for d.a. levy and Cleveland.
Box 20, Folder 6

Fearless, no. 63. Lancaster. 2006.

Scope and Content Note

"The Unspeakable Journey Into The Future" appears on the second page of this issue.
Box 20, Folder 7

Desert Shovel Review, v. 1, no. 1. Santa Fe. 2006.

Scope and Content Note

"This Is Where (For Dave Alvin's Big 5-0)" appears on page 60.
Box 20, Folder 8

The Seed, v. 1, no. 2. 2006 January-March.

Scope and Content Note

"The Apes Of Wrath" appears on page 14.
Box 20, Folder 8

The Seed, v. 1, no. 3. 2006 .

Scope and Content Note

"Weapons Of Mass Destruction" appears on page 14.
Box 20, Folder 9

ArtCrimes, no. 21. Cleveland. 2006 July.

Scope and Content Note

"I Choose Not To Believe In War Holy Or Not" appears on page 34 of this final issue.
Box 20, Folder 10

"remark." no. 45. Windsor. 2006 May.

Scope and Content Note

"A Sixteen Year Old Rain Floods The Room With Far Off Future Flowers" and "A Million Years Ago & Now (For David Lerner)" appear in this issue.
Box 20, Folder 10

"remark." no. 53. Windsor. 2007 March.

Scope and Content Note

"Numbskull Sutra (For Mark Hartenbach)" appears in this C. Allen Rearick issue.
Box 20, Folder 11

words dance, no. 9. Cherry Tree. 2006 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"Reflections Of A Mind Corrupted By A Nightmare Childhood & Congenital Dysfunction" appears on page 18 of this publication made and arranged by Amanda Oaks.
Box 20, Folder 11

words dance, no. 10. Cherry Tree. 2006 Fall.

Scope and Content

"One Night In San Francisco" appears on page 26 of this publication made and arranged by Amanda Oaks.
Box 20, Folder 11

words dance, no. 11. Cherry Tree. 2007 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"Patriot Poem" appears on page 23 of this publication made and arranged by Amanda Oaks.
Box 20, Folder 12

Hard Fic, no. 1. San Diego. circa 2007.

Scope and Content Note

"What It Is" appears in this issue.
Box 20, Folder 13

The Quirk, no. 1. Warsaw. circa 2007.

Scope and Content Note

"Numbskull Sutra (For Mark Hartenbach)" appears in this issue. Folder contains correspondence to Griffin from Editor Kaveh Akbar.
Box 21, Folder 1

Zygote In My Coffee, no. 3. Kettering. 2007 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"Man With The Hole In His Stomach" appears on page 13.
Box 21, Folder 1

Zygote In My Coffee, no. 4. Kettering. 2007 Summer/Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"Big Kiss Before The Big" appears on page 38.
Box 21, Folder 2

Falling Star, v. 6, no. 2. Thousand Oaks. 2007 August.

Scope and Content Note

"The Queen Of Meat" appears on page 13 and chronicles Griffin's journey with Cait Collins to Bukowski's grave site.
Box 21, Folder 3

GPP Reader. Worldwide. 2007 .

Scope and Content Note

The Guerrilla Poetics Project published selections from its poets such as Griffin's: "Everything Is All Right In Time Even Death," "This Place Of Love You Make," "Lady," and "One Night In San Francisco."
Box 21, Folder 4

Tears in the Fence, no. 47. Ashburton. 2008 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"A Beautiful Disgrace In Time (For Pris Campbell)" appears on page 26.
Box 21, Folder 5

Letterhead, v. 2. Buffalo. 2008 .

Scope and Content Note

"What It Is" appears on page 95.
Box 21, Folder 6

Dark Star Dust, no. 1. 2008 February.

Scope and Content Note

This zine was compiled by Exene Cervenka while she was living in Missouri. "Throwing Glass At Brick Houses" appears in this issue.
Box 21, Folder 7

Chiron Review, no. 86. St. John. 2009 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Griffin and Lorraine Perrotta on the cover, poems by Griffin, and an interview with Griffin by Yama Lake.
Box 21, Folder 8

Conversations, v. 5. Pollock Pines. 2009 May.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's interview with B.L. Kennedy begins on page 69.
Box 21, Folder 8

Found & Lost Magascene, v. 1, no. 0. Los Angeles. circa 2010.

Scope and Content Note

"Walt Whitman's Beard" and "Letter To An Over-Dosed Poet" appear in this issue along with work by A.D. Winans, Charles Plymell, Jack Micheline, Scott Wannberg, Wallace Berman and Michael Leon.
Box 21, Folder 9

Found & Lost Magascene, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. circa 2010.

Scope and Content Note

"Open Communique From A Wounded World To The President Of The United States" appears in this issue alongside work by Mike Watt, The Carma Bums, Frank T. Rios, and Charles Plymell.
Box 22, Folder 1

The Mas Tequila Review, no. 1. Albuquerque. 2010 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"Walt Whitman's Beard" appears on page 57.
Box 153, Folder 1

SIC, no. 1. Venice. 2011 April.

Scope and Content

This broadside was published by Rafael FJ Alvarado at Beyond Baroque. "Throwing Glass At Brick Houses" appears on the front side.
Box 22, Folders 2-3

Malpais Review, v. 3, no. 1. Placitas. 2012 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"Let The Music Name You (For Scott Wannberg, 1953-2011)" appears on page 222.
Box 22, Folder 4

Maintenant, no. 6. New York. 2012 .

Scope and Content Note

"I Saw Jesus Hanging With Mohammed" appears on page 63.
Box 22, Folder 5

The Mas Tequila Review, no. 7. Albuquerque. 2013 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

"Sketch Of Two Older Women As Naked Lunch & One Young Man Surfing The Silver Shadow Of The Sunset Strip" appears on page 16.
Box 22, Folders 6-7

The Lowdown. Ellison Bay. 2013 .

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's collages and poetry are published throughout this literary arts journal edited by Robert M. Zoschke (RMZ). RMZ's inscription to Griffin reads, "Hey S.A.--Your work makes the book work..."
Box 22, Folder 8

Moon & Sun Review, no. 1. Venice. 2014 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

"You Hate" appears in this issue.
Boxes 23-168

Writings collected by Griffin.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SERIES CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
SERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content

Writings collected by Griffin include monographs, largely related to the Venice West and Denver Beat poetry scene, other Beat poetry, and underground poetry from the greater Los Angeles area; serials, which include poetry and punk related zines and magazines; manuscripts sent to Griffin for publication, as well as proofs and galleys; clippings and publications referencing Griffin or his performance groups; and subject files of people and places in the poetry and punk communities.
Boxes 23-115

Monographs.

Scope and Content

The monographs, which are organized alphabetically by last name, largely relate to the Venice West and Denver Beat poetry scene, other Beat poetry, and underground poetry from the greater Los Angeles area which include Charles Bukowski’s own collection of foreign editions of his work, which Linda Bukowski gave to Griffin. Many of the monographs are small press or independently published chapbooks.
Books from S.A. Griffin’s library that were originally donated with the papers have been individually cataloged in the UCLA Library online catalog. Records for these items may be found by searching the Special Coll/Archive SPAC “SALA” using the Advanced search tab in the Library catalog, or keyword searching “Books from the Library of S.A. Griffin”.
Boxes 116-153

Serials.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SUBSERIES CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content

The serials, which are alphabetized by title, are comprised of poetry and punk related journals, zines and magazines, including Bachy, Obras, Puppet Terror, Rats With Keys, The Rise and Fall of the Harbor Area, Spiegelman’s Mailart Rag, and Sunset Palms Hotel.
Box 116, Folder 2

51%, v. 2, no. 1. Costa Mesa. 1996 September.

Box 116, Folder 3

Abraxas, no. 44/45. Madison. 2006.

Box 116, Folder 4

Accent. Urbana. 1957 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed by Diane di Prima on page 111 where her "Poem" appears.
Box 116, Folder 5

Adam Bedside Reader, v. 1, no. 47. Los Angeles. 1971 October.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a Special Charles Bukowski Samplers and the cover model's chest is signed by Hank.
Box 116, Folder 6

The Adventures of Principal X. undated.

Box 116, Folder 7

Alcatraz, no. 2. Santa Cruz. 1982.

Box 116, Folder 8

Aldebaran Review, no. 4. Berkeley. 1969 May.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes work by Douglas Blazek, Lyn Lifshin, Emilie Glen, and Alta. It was printed at Noh Directions Press by John Oliver Simon and Richard Krech. According to the title page, "Contents are not copyright since that would imply a willingness to employ pig penal system, but they are guarded and will not be misused."
Box 116, Folder 9

Alpha Beat Press. New Hope. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This Post Beat Independent Broadside is published monthly by Ana and Dave Christy and features Mark Hartenbach's "Chili, Cornbread, and The Blues."
Box 116, Folder 10

American Film, v. 13, no. 2. New York. 1987 November.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Mickey Rourke, Charles Bukowski and the making of Barfly.
Box 116, Folder 11

American Splendor Special: A Step Out of the Nest, no. 1. Milwaukie. 1994 August.

Box 116, Folder 11

American Splendor: Music Comics. Milwaukie. 1997 November.

Box 116, Folder 11

American Splendor: Odds & Ends. Milwaukie. 1997 December.

Box 116, Folder 12

The Amphibian, v. 1, no. 1. Reseda. 1990 October/November.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes work by Lisa Neal, Marcia Arrieta, Kris McHaddad, and Lyn Lifshin.
Box 116, Folder 13

Angerbox, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1999 April.

Box 116, Folder 14

Angry Thoreauan, no. 11. Anaheim. 1994 November.

Processing Information

Copies of Angry Thoreauan covers may be found in box 194.
Box 116, Folder 14

Angry Thoreauan, no. 12. Anaheim. 1995 February.

Box 116, Folder 14

Angry Thoreauan, no. 15. Anaheim. 1995 November.

Box 116, Folder 14

Angry Thoreauan, no. 16. Anaheim. 1996 March.

Box 116, Folder 14

Angry Thoreauan, no. 17. Anaheim. 1996 July.

Box 117, Folder 1

Angry Thoreauan, no. 18. Anaheim. 1996 December.

Box 117, Folder 1

Angry Thoreauan, no. 21. Hollywood. 1998 May-June.

Box 117, Folder 1

Angry Thoreauan, no. 22. Hollywood. 1998 September-November.

Box 117, Folder 1

Angry Thoreauan, no. 24. Hollywood. 1999 April.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Rev. Randall Tin-ear's "My Laugh At The LAPD" and "Fuck Work!" his interview with Unamerican Activities co-founder James.
Box 117, Folder 2

Angry Thoreauan, no. 25. Hollywood. 1999 August-September.

Scope and Content Note

This issue's theme is Coprology and includes a "Talkin' Shit with the Muffs" interview.
Box 117, Folder 2

Angry Thoreauan, no. 27. Los Angeles. 2000 November.

Box 117, Folder 3

A*PALzine, v. 1, no. 6. San Gabriel. 1993 July.

Box 117, Folder 4

APO-33: A Metabolic Regulator, no. 1. San Francisco. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

This bulletin distributed by City Lights is "A Report on the Synthesis of the Apomorphine Formula" by William S. Burroughs.
Box 117, Folder 5

Arcade: The Comics Revue, v. 1, no. 3. Berkeley. 1975 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed on the cover by Charles Bukowski and features his "Bop Against The Curtain" on page 29 with illustrations by R. Crumb.
Box 117, Folder 6

Arcanum, no. 3. Denver. 1989 March.

Box 117, Folder 7

Arshile, no. 11. Los Angeles. 1999.

Box 117, Folder 8

Art & Scope. Oneonta. 1998 Fall.

Box 117, Folder 8

Art & Scope. Oneonta. 1999 Spring.

Box 117, Folder 8

Art & Scope. Oneonta. 1999 Fall.

Scope and Content

This Millennium Edition is signed by Editor-In-Chief David Greenspan.
Box 117, Folder 9

Art Fax, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1985 November.

Scope and Content Note

This punk rock zine was created by Mike M. Mollett.
Box 117, Folder 10

Art Gallery of South Australia. Adelaide. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

This catalogue for the Milton Moon Retrospective was written by Christopher Menz, Associate Curator of Australian and European Decorative Arts.
Box 193, Folder 1

Arthur, v. 1, no. 13. Gaithersburg. 2004 November.

Box 193, Folder 1

Arthur, v. 1, no. 24. Gaithersburg. 2006 September.

Box 117, Folder 11

Artillery, v. 3, no. 5. Los Angeles. 2009 May/June.

Box 117, Folder 11

Artillery, v. 6, no. 6. Los Angeles. 2012 Summer.

Box 117, Folder 12

Art:Mag, no. 23. Las Vegas. 2000.

Box 117, Folder 13

Art-Rite, no. 18. New York. 1978.

Box 117, Folder 14

Ashes. Denver. 1981 September.

Scope and Content Note

This Howling Dog Press monthly features Yr Daily Ace by John Loquidis with drawings by Steve Wilson. The dedication reads: To all the hookers of Denver without whom there wld have been no one to talk to -- & ain't that bad or good.
Box 117, Folder 15

Athena Louise Replies. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content

This zine prints problems and replies from Athena Louise such as Problem: Allow alcohol at least in the backyard! Reply: This is a problem you should discuss with the management. Jabberjaw, Los Angeles.
Box 117, Folder 16

Aversion, no. 6. Chatsworth. 1986 Fall/Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features a review of Henry Rollins at Bebop Records and Scott Wannberg's "They Got."
Box 117, Folder 17

AziMuth, no. 2. New Haven. 2001 Fall.

Box 118, Folder 1

Bachy, no. 8. West Los Angeles. 1976.

Biography/History

This poetry journal was published and edited by Papa Bach aka John Harris, along with a changing cast of others including Leland Hickman.

Scope and Content Note

This semiannual journal is "dedicated to the discovery of previously unpublished artists of worth." Publisher John Harris states, "We publish all kinds of material -- except sentimental, academic, or metaphysical bullshit."
Box 118, Folder 1

Bachy, no. 9. West Los Angeles. 1977.

Box 118, Folder 1

Bachy, no. 10. Los Angeles. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

This issue's silver cover features a photo of a woman in shades standing inside a Los Angeles party house.
Box 118, Folder 2

Bachy, no. 11. West Los Angeles. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features multiple works by Wanda Coleman, including "Male Order Catalog" in which she references Sir Lady Java circa 1969 as the world's most famous female impersonator.
Box 118, Folder 2

Bachy, no. 12. West Los Angeles. 1978.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Holly Prado and the article, "Poetry in Los Angeles Since 1945: Part One" by Alvaro Cardona-Hine.
Box 118, Folder 3

Bachy, no. 14. West Los Angeles. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains William Mohr's review of Bob Flanagan's The Kid Is The Man and a collection of Wanda Coleman's poems including "Flight Of The California Condor/Wind Sistuh Blooded Eyes/Mind Full Of Flesh" for "Los Angeles -- you at my jugular."
Box 118, Folder 3

Bachy, no. 16. West Los Angeles. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features "Feel The Leather," an interview with Wanda Coleman and collections of poetry by Coleman, John Thomas, and Kate Braverman.
Box 118, Folder 4

Bachy, no. 17. West Los Angeles. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with John Rechy, "The Relentless Pursuit of Integrity" and three selections from Pablo!, his unpublished novel completed when the author was eighteen.
Box 118, Folder 5

Back Off, v. 1, no. 3. Gardena. 1991 May.

Scope and Content Note

An advertisement for Mondo Video when it was located at 639 Channel Street in San Pedro appears in this issue.
Box 118, Folder 6

Bagazine, no. 2. San Francisco. 2007.

Scope and Content Note

Contributors to this "Assemblage - Bagism - Happening" include Charles Bukowski, Bill Roberts, Billy Childish, and F.N. Wright.
Box 118, Folder 6

Bagazine, no. 4. San Francisco. 2010.

Scope and Content

Contributors to this "Assemblage - Bagism - Happening" include Billy Childish, Johnny Brewton, and Richard Krech.
Box 119, Folder 1

Bagozine, Cleveland. .

Scope and Content

No. 29 (2004 October), no. 39 (2005 August), no. 40 (2005 September).
Box 119, Folder 2

Bart Simpson's Creepy Crawly Tales, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1999.

Box 119, Folder 3

Basura, no. 1. Laguna Beach. 1992.

Box 119, Folder 3

Basura, no. 3. Laguna Beach. 1993 July.

Scope and Content

A letter from zine creator, Bob Basura to S.A. Griffin may be found inserted between page 32 and 33.
Box 119, Folder 3

Basura, no. 4. Laguna Beach. 1993 November.

Box 119, Folder 3

Basura, no. 5. Laguna Beach. 1994 May.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a letter to Bob, the zine's creator, from Jen Hofer.
Box 119, Folder 4

Bathtub Gin, no. 17. Erie. 2005 Fall/Winter.

Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 217. Venice. 1988 February.

Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 269. Venice. 2003 November.

Scope and Content

This issue includes "Elegy for Tony Scibella" by Bill Fleeman. Scibella died of a heart attack on October 28.
Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 270. Venice. 2003 December.

Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 272. Venice. 2004 February.

Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 293. Venice. 2006 February.

Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 310. Venice. 2007 August.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains an 8 1/2" x 11" black and white photocopy of a photo of Philomene Long and John Thomas alongside the following text: "We open a door/To where/There is no road/We take it."
Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 350. Venice. 2010 December.

Box 119, Folder 5

Beachhead, no. 371. Venice. 2012 September.

Box 119, Folder 6

Beacon Review, v. 3, no. 1. Seattle. 1984 Summer.

Box 119, Folder 7

The Beat Journals, v. 2. Coventry. 1995 September.

Scope and Content Note

This volume contains "Jaggernaut," a short story by Charles Bukowski.
Box 119, Folder 8

Beat Scene, no. 2. Coventry. 1988 Mid Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features the Neal Cassady jail letters.
Box 119, Folder 8

Beat Scene, no. 3. Coventry. 1988 Autumn.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Rhoda Ryder's story.
Box 119, Folder 8

Beat Scene, no. 4. Coventry. 1988 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Jim Burns on Lester "Prez" Young.
Box 119, Folder 8

Beat Scene, no. 7. Coventry. 1989 Summer/Autumn.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features a rare Jack Kerouac interview.
Box 119, Folder 8

Beat Scene, no. 8. Coventry. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Carolyn Cassady.
Box 119, Folder 8

Beat Scene, no. 9. Coventry. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Charles Bukowski holding a cat on the cover and includes interviews with William Burroughs, Lydia Lunch, and Jack Micheline.
Box 119, Folder 9

Beat Scene, no. 15. Coventry. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes Charles Bukowski's "Husk," Beat Scene flyer No. 1, given away to subscribers with this issue.
Box 119, Folder 9

Beat Scene, no. 16. Coventry. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains an interview with Ann Charters and a feature on Beat Women.
Box 119, Folder 9

Beat Scene, no. 17. Coventry. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains an interview with Professor Eric Mottram and a feature on The Fugs.
Box 119, Folder 9

Beat Scene, no. 18. Coventry. 1994 January/February.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains an interview with Carolyn Cassady and a feature on Mal Dean.
Box 119, Folder 9

Beat Scene, no. 20. Coventry. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to Charles Bukowski and contains a pink chapbook inserted between the cover and the table of contents. This chap is number 11 of 75 and is signed by Bukowski. The cover art is a headstone with 1992 on it. The text is excerpted from a letter Bukowski wrote to Ann Menebroker on November 23, 1966
Box 119, Folder 9

Beat Scene, no. 43. Coventry. 2003 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains a feature on Bukowski and The FBI and a profile piece on Kulchur, a 1960s Beat magazine.
Box 119, Folder 10

Beat Scene, no. 48. Coventry. 2005 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains a feature on the Six Gallery and a piece on the Naropa University archives alongside a photo of William Burroughs and Anne Waldman at the Naropa University at Boulder, Colorado in 1975.
Box 120, Folder 1

Beatitude, no. 17. San Francisco. 1960 October-November.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was published by City Light Books and according to the editors, "MANUSCREEDS WILL NOT BE RETURNED even if accompanied by the usual return-postage scene. (The stamps will be unlicked and used for evil purposes.) The following are a few of the contributors: Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso, Lenore Kandel, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and Leroi Jones.
Box 120, Folder 2

Ben Is Dead, no. 5. Hollywood. 1989 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

Ben is God: The L.A. Newsletter #B is inserted into this issue.
Box 120, Folder 2

Ben Is Dead, no. 11. Hollywood. 1990-1991 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This Obsession and Bad Habits theme issue includes an interview with Glen Meadmore of Pedro, Muriel and Esther, a drag queen speed metal parody band.
Box 120, Folder 2

Ben Is Dead, no. 12. Hollywood. 1991 April.

Scope and Content Note

This Censorship theme issue includes an interview KXLU General Manager Colin Sicc and an interview with Stuart Sweezey and Brian King of Amok Books.
Box 120, Folder 2

Ben Is Dead, no. 13. Hollywood. 1991 May.

Scope and Content Note

This Broke theme issue features The Ben Encyclopedia of Broke: An A-Z guide of tips, scams, techniques, and the like for getting by with a less-than-impressive cash flow.
Box 120, Folder 2

Ben Is Dead, no. 16-17. Hollywood. 1991-1992 December-January.

Scope and Content Note

This Gross theme issue contains a performance artists piece which features Bob Flanagan, Kembra Pfahler, Curtis York, Annie Sprinkle, Johanna Went, Lisa Suckdog, Deen Swaydon, Frank Moore, and Karen Finley.
Box 120, Folder 3

Ben Is Dead, no. 18. Hollywood. 1992 March-April.

Scope and Content Note

This Glamour themed issue features cover Supermodel Sean deLear, lead singer of Glue. An interview with the band appears on page 24.
Box 120, Folder 3

Ben Is Dead, no. 19. Hollywood. 1992 June-July.

Scope and Content Note

This "themeless" issue contains various features on the riots or uprising following the Rodney King verdict. The cover photo is of a sidewalk with "Bad Cop No Donut" graffiti.
Box 120, Folder 4

bender, v. 1, no. 1. South Pasadena. 1997.

Box 120, Folder 5

Best Buy Comics. San Francisco. 1979 February.

Scope and Content Note

These stories and comic strips are by R. Crumb.
Box 120, Folder 6

Best Poems of 1962, v. 15. Palo Alto. 1963.

Box 120, Folder 7

Beyond Baroque, no. 7. Venice. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Bob Flanagan and William Bitting.

Biography/History

Bob Flanagan was a poet, performance artist and Modern Primitive pioneer who influenced Griffin as a poet and performance artist. Flanagan was a long time facilitator for Beyond Baroque's Wednesday night writing workshop. When Flanagan passed away, Griffin went to the open poetry reading at Beyond Baroque where he was spanked while he read as tribute to Flanagan’s poetry and performance.
Box 120, Folder 7

Beyond Baroque, v. 26, no. 2. Venice. 2004.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to Hubert Selby, Jr. in Memorium, April 26, 2004.
Box 120, Folder 7

Beyond Baroque, v. 28, no. 2. Venice. 2006.

Scope and Content Note

This "Truth, Etc." issue is dedicated to Gary Webb, Hunter S. Thompson, and H.R. Shapiro.
Box 120, Folder 8

Beyond Baroque 802, v. 11, no. 2. Venice. 1980 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This gay and lesbian theme issue is dedicated with love to David Goodstein, creator of "The Advocate Experience."
Box 120, Folder 9

Beyond Baroque NeWLetterS, v. 5, no. 5. Venice. 1974 September.

Scope and Content Note

The cover features Stuart Z. Perkoff (1930-1974) at Papa Bach's in addition to poems by Blakeslee Stevens and Neeli Cherry (aka Neeli Cherkovski).
Box 120, Folder 10

Beyond The Blackout, no. 1. Hollywood. 1984 June.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features interviews with The Cramps and John Waters.
Box 120, Folder 11

Big Cigars, no. 3. Washington D.C. 1988 Winter.

Box 120, Folder 12

The Big Issue, no. 8. Venice. 1998.

Box 120, Folder 13

Big Two-Hearted, v. 3, no. 1. Iron Mountain. 1988 Winter/Spring.

Box 120, Folder 14

Bizarre Sex, no. 10. Princeton. 1982.

Box 120, Folder 15

Black Ace Books Catalog, no. 1. Aurora. 1971 February.

Scope and Content Note

This "Modern Literature" catalog features a cover design by the Secret 6 and contains two poems by Larry Eigner.
Box 120, Folder 15

Black Ace Books Catalog. Los Angeles. 1992 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This "Beat & Other Lit" catalog includes a letter from Rose Idlet and Tony Scibella printed on the inside of the cover.
Box 120, Folder 15

Black Ace Books Catalog, no. 11. Los Angeles. 1993-1994 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This "Beat & Other Lit" catalog includes a letter from Rose Idlet and Tony Scibella printed on the inside of the cover.
Box 120, Folder 15

Black Ace Books Catalog, no. 13. Los Angeles. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

This "Beat & Other Lit" catalog includes a letter from Rose Idlet printed on the inside of the cover. Gabrielle Idlet is the guest cover artist for this issue.
Box 120, Folder 15

Black Ace Books Catalog, no. 14. Los Angeles. circa 1998-1999.

Scope and Content Note

This "Beat & Other Lit" catalog includes a letter from Rose Idlet printed on the inside of the cover. Gabrielle Idlet is the guest cover artist for this issue.
Box 120, Folder 15

Black Ace Books Catalog, no. 15. Los Angeles. circa 2003.

Scope and Content Note

The introduction to this "Beat & Other Lit" catalog was written by Tony Scibella. According to a note inside the cover, Scibella had just finished the catalog, fell ill for a few weeks, and died on October 28, 2003.
Box 121, Folder 1

Black Cross Magazine, no. 3. Long Beach. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

The submission directive tells artists to "Send a SASE and a nude photo (cute art chicks only)."
Box 121, Folder 2

Black Messiah, no. 1. Ellensburg. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Henry Miller tribute issue signed by Editor John Bennett.
Box 121, Folder 3

Black Rose, v. 1, no. 3. Boston. 1979 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

Editorial Collective member Marty Blatt briefly explains why he is an anarchist in the first six pages of this issue.
Box 121, Folder 3

Black Rose, v. 1, no. 4. Boston. 1979 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

An annotated Black Rose envelope is inserted between page 3 and 4 of this issue. The addressee label reads: William J. Margolis 1507 Cabrillo Avenue Venice, CA 90291.
Box 121, Folder 3

Black Rose, v. 2, no. 5. Boston. 1980 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes Richard Mandel's "Politics of Disease: Cancer in a Metastatic Society."
Box 121, Folder 3

Black Rose, v. 2, no. 6. Boston. 1980 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This "No Index" issue considers the following: "Why Do We Suppose Our Rose is Black? Or Lucubrations on a Theme."
Box 121, Folder 3

Black Rose, v. 2, no. 7. Boston. 1981 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Paul Avrich's "An Anarchist Life: Mollie Steimer (1897-1980)."
Box 121, Folder 4

Blasts!, no. 2. San Francisco. circa 1996.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to spirituality and includes work by Camilla Smith, Aram Saroyan, Scott Wannberg, and Thich Nhat Hanh.
Box 121, Folder 5

Blood and Ink. Northridge. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

These Inkspots were created on the 7th floor Sierra North, California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
Box 121, Folder 6

Blue Satellite, v. 4, no. 1. Venice. 1997 September.

Scope and Content Note

This literary journal edited by Amelie Frank and Matthew Niblock and published by The Sacred Beverage Press includes work by Ellyn Maybe, Richard Modiano, francEyE, Scott Wannberg, and Viggo Mortensen.
Box 121, Folder 6

Blue Satellite, v. 4, no. 2. Venice. 1998 February.

Scope and Content Note

This literary journal edited by Amelie Frank and Matthew Niblock and published by The Sacred Beverage Press includes work by Ellyn Maybe, Laurel Ann Bogen, Marcia Cohee, Scott Wannberg, and Erica Erdman.
Box 121, Folder 6

Blue Satellite, v. 5, no. 1. Venice. 1998 September.

Scope and Content Note

This literary journal edited by Amelie Frank and Matthew Niblock and published by The Sacred Beverage Press includes work by Hope Alvarado, Kathleen Hietala, Scott Wannberg, and Ellyn Maybe.
Box 121, Folder 6

Blue Satellite, v. 6, no. 1. Venice. 1999 September.

Scope and Content Note

This literary journal edited by Amelie Frank and Matthew Niblock and published by The Sacred Beverage Press includes work by francEyE, Robert Wynne, Sarah Maclay, and Maggie Smith.
Box 121, Folder 7

blue star, no. 1. Echo Park. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This is the first edition of Trinie Dalton's literary magazine.
Box 121, Folder 8

Blue Unicorn, v. 7, no. 3. Kensington. 1984 June.

Box 121, Folder 9

Blue Window. Santa Monica. 1986 Fall/Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This premier edition includes an interview with Allen Ginsberg and poetry from Wanda Coleman, Charles Bukowski, Jack Grapes and Holly Prado.
Box 121, Folder 9

Blue Window. Santa Monica. 1987 Spring/Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes poetry from Wanda Coleman, Maureen Hurley, Charles Bukowski, and Ron Koertge.
Box 121, Folder 10

Bowery, no. 35. Denver. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Bowery/West: The Gathering Tribe is a Black Ace/Croupier/Temple of Man anthology of west coasters in celebration of Bowery birthday No. 15. The cover design is by Stuart Z. Perkoff. Adjacent to the title page is a photo of Croupier Press Editor James Ryan Morris. There is a letter printed near the end of this publication from Black Ace Editor Tony Scibella.
Box 122, Folder 1

Brainchild, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

This coloring book/catalogue edited and published by Gail Zone includes work by Barbara Mendes, Simone Gad, and Vinzula Kara.
Box 122, Folder 1

Brainchild in Babylon. Los Angeles. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

This coloring book/catalogue edited and published by Gail Zone includes work by Diane Gamboa, Exene Cervenka, and Jenny Lens.
Box 122, Folder 1

Brainchild, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1995 February.

Scope and Content Note

This Brainchild in Love coloring book/catalogue edited and published by Gail Zone includes work by Barbara Mendes, Diane Gamboa, Vinzula Kara, and Simone Gad.
Box 122, Folder 1

Brainchild Art Productions. 1995 Summer.

Scope and Content

This art coloring book, poetry and prose publication edited by Gail Zone includes work by Mary Fleener, Vinzula Kara, Katie Soljak, as well as an advertisement for Exene Cervenka's Silverlake store You've Got Bad Taste.
Box 256

The Brickbat Review, Los Angeles. 2006 October.

Scope and Content

The feature poet for this quarter-annual broadsheet is Wanda Coleman.
Box 122, Folder 2

B.S.B., v. 1, no. 3. Long Beach. 1993 December.

Box 122, Folder 3

Building/Burning/Man. San Francisco. 1993 Summer.

Box 122, Folder 4

Buk Scene, no. 1. Montreal. 2009.

Scope and Content Note

This publication includes works inspired by Charles Bukowski and includes three postcards designed and signed by Jocelyne Desforges.
Box 122, Folder 5

Bukowski Review, no. 4. Long Beach. 2006 Spring/Summer.

Box 122, Folder 6

Bull Horn, v. 3, no. 3. East Palo Alto. 1990 March.

Box 122, Folder 7

Burnside Review, v. 4, no. 1. Portland. 2008.

Box 122, Folder 8

But Is It Art, v. 1, no. 4. Altadena. 1987 April.

Box 122, Folder 9

Butcher Shop Press Catalogue. Oneonta. 2001 January.

Box 122, Folder 10

The Butcher's Block, v. 3. Oneonta. 2001 Spring.

Box 122, Folder 11

Buzz. Boulder. 1992 May/June.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features PULP by Charles Bukowski.
Box 122, Folder 12

Caffeine, v. 1, Woodland Hills. 1992 - 1994.

Scope and Content

no. 1. (December 1992), no. 2. (April 1993), nos. 4-5 (1993), nos. 6-7 (1994)
Box 122, Folder 13

Caffeine, v. 1, Woodland Hills. 1994 - 1995.

Scope and Content

Nos. 8-10 (1994), nos. 11-12 (1995).
Box 123, Folder 1

Caffeine, v. 1, Woodland Hills. 1995 - 1996.

Scope and Content

No. 13 (1995), nos. 14-15 (1996).
Box 123, Folder 2

California Pop, no. 4. Orange. 2002.

Box 123, Folder 3

Carbomb. Silverlake. 1997 December.

Box 123, Folder 4

Carp, no. 4. Albuquerque. 1997 February.

Box 123, Folder 5

Cat's Eye, v. 2, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1985 Fall.

Box 123, Folder 6

The Cauldron, no. 1. Silver Lake. 1995.

Box 123, Folder 6

The Cauldron, no. 2. Silver Lake. 1995.

Box 123, Folder 7

Cement Squeeze, no. 10. Tempe. 1998 Fall/WInter.

Box 123, Folder 8

Cerebus, no. 163. Ontario. 1992 October.

Box 123, Folder 9

Change Links. North Hollywood. 1997 April.

Scope and Content Note

A poem by Ellyn Maybe appears on page 2.
Box 123, Folder 10

Charles Bukowski Society Yearbook. Oldenburg. 2009.

Box 123, Folder 10

Charles Bukowski Society Yearbook. Oldenburg. 2010.

Box 123, Folder 11

The Complete Cheech Wizard, v. 2. San Francisco. 1987.

Box 123, Folder 12

Chicago Review, v. 12, no. 1. Chicago. 1958 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features ten San Francisco poets including Burroughs, Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg and Kerouac.
Box 123, Folder 12

Chicago Review, v. 12, no. 3. Chicago. 1958 Autumn.

Box 193, Folder 3

Chiron Review, v. 8, no. 4. St. John. 1989 Winter.

Scope and Content

The cover of this issue is inscribed to Griffin and kissed by Justice Howard.
Box 123, Folder 12

Chiron Review, no. 53. St. John. 1998 Spring.

Box 123, Folder 13

Chiron Review, no. 54. St. John. 1998 Summer.

Box 123, Folder 13

Chiron Review, no. 55. St. John. 1998 Autumn.

Box 123, Folder 13

Chiron Review, no. 66. St. John. 2001 Autumn.

Box 193, Folder 3

Chiron Review, no. 87. St. John. 2009 Summer.

Box 123, Folder 14

The City. San Francisco. 1991 August.

Box 123, Folder 15

City Lights Review, no. 2. San Francisco. 1988.

Box 124, Folder 1

Coagula, no. 4. Huntington Park. 1992 October.

Box 124, Folder 1

Coagula, no. 10. Huntington Park. 1993.

Box 124, Folder 2

Collegian, v. 126, no. 7. Los Angeles. 1992 May 13.

Box 124, Folder 3

Colorado Modern, v. 1, no. 4. Denver. 2004 August.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a feature on Beat artist, Steve Wilson.
Box 124, Folder 4

Convergence. North Hollywood. 1994 August.

Box 124, Folder 5

A Conversation With Ann Menebroker. Pollock Pines. 2007 .

Scope and Content Note

This publication is part of the Rattlesnake Interview Series: #1 from Rattlesnake Press.
Box 124, Folder 6

Conversations, v. 1. Pollock Pines. 2007 October.

Box 193, Folder 4

The Coventry Reader, Cleveland Heights. 1988 Summer.

Scope and Content

v. 1, no. 1. (Summer 1988); v. 1, no. 3. (Winter 1988), v. 2, no. 2. (Summer 1989)
Box 124, Folder 7

CQ, v. 12, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1985.

Box 124, Folder 7

CQ, v. 13, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1986-1987 Winter.

Box 124, Folder 8

Cranial Malfaction, v. 1, no. 1. Chicago. 1992 September.

Box 124, Folder 9

The Crash Update. San Francisco. 1991 December.

Box 124, Folder 10

Crazy Hip Groovy Go-Go Way Out Monsters, no. 29. New York. 2003.

Box 124, Folder 10

Crazy Hip Groovy Go-Go Way Out Monsters, no. 32. New York. 2004.

Box 152, Folder 1

Creem, v. 1, no. 3. New York. 1992 March.

Scope and Content

The Cramps are featured on page 10.
Box 124, Folder 11

Crying Macho Man. Playa Del Rey. 2007.

Box 124, Folder 12

Culture, v. 5, no. 4. Corona. 2013 October.

Box 124, Folder 13

Cups. .

Scope and Content

V. 2, no. 4 (1992 April); v. 3, nos. 1, 5, 6, 7 (1993).
Box 124, Folder 13

Cups. San Francisco. 1994 September.

Box 124, Folder 13

Cups. San Francisco. 1994 October.

Box 124, Folder 13

Cups. San Francisco. 1995 February.

Box 124, Folder 13

Cups. San Francisco. 1995 March.

Box 124, Folder 14

Cups, no. 74. San Francisco. 1996 August/September.

Box 124, Folder 14

Cups, no. 75. San Francisco. 1996 October.

Box 124, Folder 14

Cups, no. 76. San Francisco. 1996 November.

Box 124

Cups, no. 77. San Francisco. 1996 December.

Box 124, Folder 14

Cups, no. 78. San Francisco. 1997 January.

Box 124, Folder 15

Da' Fold, v. 1, no. 11. San Francisco. 1991 Summer.

Box 124, Folder 16

Damaged Goods, v. 1, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine is published and edited by Tracey Lee Williams.
Box 124, Folder 17

Data File. Los Angeles. circa 1987.

Scope and Content Note

This pleasure and pain theme issue was compiled by Richard Meade.
Box 125, Folder 1

David Lovins' Comic Book, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

The cover is signed, "To S.A. You missed a great time at Jumbo's Clown Room. David Lovins. November 28, 1995."
Box 125, Folder 2

Denali. Eugene. 1987 Winter.

Box 125, Folder 3

Dert! Box, no. 8. Los Angeles. 1993 August.

Box 125, Folder 4

Desperado, v. 1, no. 3. San Francisco. 1970 October.

Box 125, Folder 5

Dishwasher, no. 11. Arcata. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This is one of the final issues of Dishwasher Pete Jordan's zine.
Box 125, Folder 6

Dog Show. Los Angeles. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This is Jula Bell's zine. Bell is a former member of the following bands: Bulimia Banquet, Nip Drivers, and Bobsled.
Box 125, Folder 7

Don't Blame Cleveland. Cleveland. 2005.

Box 125, Folder 8

Dope Comix, no. 4. Princeton. 1981.

Box 125, Folder 9

Dork, no. 8. Corona. undated.

Box 125, Folder 9

Dork, no. 9. Corona. undated.

Box 125, Folder 10

Double Bill. Toronto. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Contributors and creators of this Canadian punk rock zine include Jena von Brucker, G.B. Jones, Johnny Noxema, Caroline Azar, Rex, and Diesel Mechante.
Box 125, Folder 11

The Dragon's Tooth, v. 18. Birmingham. 1993.

Box 125, Folder 12

The Drawing Board, no. 2. San Francisco. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

S.A. Griffin served as staff for this publication which features poet Mike Bruner.
Box 125, Folder 13

Driver's Side Airbag, no. 41. Los Angeles. undated.

Box 125, Folder 13

Driver's Side Airbag, no. 42. Los Angeles. undated.

Box 125, Folder 14

Drul, no. 1. Metairie. July.

Box 125, Folder 15

Dumb Angel Gazette, no. 4. Los Angeles. circa 2004.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed to S.A. Griffin by Editor and Publisher Brian Chidester.
Box 125, Folder 16

Durable Goods, no. 20. Painted Post. 2010.

Scope and Content Note

This microzine was created by Aleathia Drehmer. The folder includes DG bookmarks and correspondence to Griffin from Drehmer.
Box 125, Folder 16

Durable Goods, no. 26. Painted Post. 2010.

Scope and Content Note

This microzine was created by Aleathia Drehmer. The folder includes DG bookmarks and correspondence to Griffin from Drehmer.
Box 125, Folder 17

Dust 12, v. 3, no. 4. Paradise. 1969 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to d.a. levy.
Box 193, Folder 6

The EARTH ROSE, no. 1. Santa Monica.

Scope and Content

The cover of this Meat Poetry Tabloid is signed by editor Steve Richmond and contributor Charles Bukowski.
Box 153, Folder 2

EARTH, no. 2. Santa Monica. 1966.

Scope and Content

This publication is edited by Steve Richmond, includes work by Charles Bukowski, and the first page is signed bv Bukowski.
Box 125, Folder 18

East Village Sampler. New York. 2004.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes comics by Jennifer Blowdryer and Nick Zedd.
Box 125, Folder 18

East Village Comix Sampler, no. 2. New York. 2004.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes comics by Jennifer Blowdryer, Saint Reverend Jen, and Cristy C. Road.
Box 193, Folder 7

Easy Reader, v. 17, no. 5. Hermosa Beach. 1986 September 4.

Box 125, Folder 19

EBNO, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1991 January.

Box 125, Folder 19

EBNO, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1991 February.

Box 125, Folder 20

Ego, no. 5. San Francisco. 1982 December-1983 January.

Box 125, Folder 21

Electrum, no. 29. Santa Ana. 1983 Spring.

Box 125, Folder 21

Electrum, no. 30. Santa Ana. 1983 Summer.

Box 125, Folder 21

Electrum, no. 33. Santa Ana. 1984 Summer.

Box 125, Folder 22

Element Dogz, no. 1. Burbank. 1999 Summer.

Box 125, Folder 23

Elk, no. 14. Los Angeles. 2007 May.

Box 126, Folder 1

The Epic Rites Journal, no. 1. Sherwood Park. 2010.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to Todd Moore.
Box 126, Folder 2

Epicenter, v. 3, no. 1. Riverside. 1996.

Box 126, Folder 3

Espresso Bar. Pasadena. 1992.

Box 126, Folder 4

Exquisite Corpse Annual, no. 1. Conway. 2009.

Scope and Content Note

This issue edited by Andrei Codrescu includes "Loba Poetics & More" by Diane Di Prima.
Box 126, Folder 5

Falling Star Magazine, v. 3, no. 1. Thousand Oaks. 2004 Spring.

Box 126, Folder 5

Falling Star Magazine, v. 5, no. 2. Thousand Oaks. 2006 Fall.

Box 126, Folder 6

Famous Potatoes, v. 1, no. 4. 1979.

Box 126, Folder 7

Fat, v. 1, no. B. Canoga Park. 1993 December.

Box 126, Folder 8

Fearless, no. 62. Lancaster. 2005.

Box 126, Folder 9

Feminist Majority Foundation Report. Cambridge. 1992.

Box 126, Folder 10

Fervent Valley, no. 3. Placitas. 1973 Spring.

Box 126, Folder 11

Fiction, no. 2. Tempe. 1997 Summer.

Box 126, Folder 12

Fig Tree & Pool, v. 1, no. 1. Hollywood. 1987 February.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes and advertisement for The Lhasa Club.
Box 126, Folder 13

Film Comment, v. 23, no. 4. New York. 1987 August.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes an interview with Charles Bukowski.
Box 126, Folder 14

Filmforum. Los Angeles. 1993 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This calendar features Ron Athey on the cover.
Box 126, Folder 15

Filth, no. 19. San Francisco. 1995 November.

Box 126, Folder 15

Filth, no. 20. San Francisco. 1995 December 22.

Box 126, Folder 15

Filth, no. 23. San Francisco. 1996 .

Box 126, Folder 16

Fingerpaints, v. 1, no. 1. Long Beach. 1990.

Box 126, Folder 17

Fiz, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1992 September/October.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Bulimia Banquet's Jula Bell, Ethyl Meatplow's Carla Bozulich, The Red Aunts' Terry, and an interview with Sonic Youth.
Box 126, Folder 17

Fiz, v. 1, no. 6. Los Angeles. 1993 March/April.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with a 70s groupie, Patter of Snatch and Bad Egg Salad, and an L.A. zine scene tribute.
Box 126, Folder 17

Fiz, v. 1, no. 8. Los Angeles. 1993 September/October.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features the Muffs, Pat Fear and White Flag, Iris Berry's "100 Women," and Popdefect.
Box 126, Folder 18

Fizz, no. 5. Seattle. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features the Muffs and Butt Trumpet's Bianca.
Box 127, Folder 1

Flies, Cockroaches, and Poets, v. 2. Fresno. 1992 Autumn.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Chicano Writers and Artists Association (CWAA) publication created out of California State University (CSU) Fresno's English Department under faculty advisor Reuben Sanchez.
Box 127, Folder 2

Flipside, no. 83. Pasadena. 1993 March/April.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One 33 1/3 rpm stereo soundsheet slip recording of "Antonio Baka Guy" by Shonen Knife.
Audiovisual materials in this collection require the production of reference surrogates. To access audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 127, Folder 2

Flipside, no. 84. Pasadena. 1993 May/June.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One 33 1/3 rpm stereo soundsheet slip recording of "China Latina" by CELL.
Audiovisual materials in this collection require the production of reference surrogates. To access audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 127, Folder 2

Flipside, no. 108. Pasadena. 1997 September/October.

Box 127, Folder 3

Fluff 'n' Nutter, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1999 September/October.

Box 127, Folder 4

The Fold, no. 1. San Francisco. 1991 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed by an assistant editor, "Rah, Rah Bums...Scott Larson."
Box 127, Folder 5

Freak Brothers, no. 1. San Francisco. 1980.

Box 127, Folder 6

Free Lunch, no. 9. Laguna Niguel. 1992 Winter.

Box 127, Folder 7

Free People's Voice. Indianapolis. 1991 May.

Box 153, Folder 3, Box 127, Folder 8

Free Thought, v.2, no. 1. Encinitas. 2000 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is a Charles Bukowski retrospective in tribute to his 80th birthday.
Box 127, Folder 9

Freedom Isn't Free, no. 6. Orange. 1997.

Box 127, Folder 9

Freedom Isn't Free, no. 7. Orange. 1998.

Box 127, Folder 10

Fringe Festival. Los Angeles. 1987.

Box 127, Folder 11

From BMC to NYC. Asheville. 2010.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog traces "The Tutelary Years of Ray Johnson (1943-1967)."
Box 127, Folder 12

Fruit Cup, no. 0. New York. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat publication includes contributors such as Ginsberg, Burroughs, Ferlinghetti, Plymell, Mary Beach, Joyce Mansour, Tuli Kupfurberg, Abbie Hoffman, Rochelle Owens, Janine Pommy-Vega, Susan Brustman, and Suzanne Frank.
Box 127, Folder 13

Fuck This Shit, v. 1, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1997 June.

Scope and Content Note

This theme of this issue is "Death and Taxes and other inevitable shit."
Box 127, Folder 13

Fuck This Shit, v. 2, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1998 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This Beauty themed issue includes the following note from Editor E.C. Archibeque, "Some of these poems may have appeared other places, but we don't know and we don't care."
Box 127, Folder 14

Fux! Magascene, no. 1. San Francisco. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was edited, published and signed by Bob Branaman. It includes work from the following: Lenore Kandel, Charles Plymell, Ruth Weiss, George Herms, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
Box 127, Folder 15

Galeria Otra Vez. Los Angeles. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was produced by Arturo Urista for Self Help Graphics and includes drawings and "A Letter To Pete Wilson" by Guillermo Gomez-Pena.
Box 127, Folder 16

The Galley Sail Review, v. 8, no. 3, issue no. 29. Berkeley. 1987-1988 Fall/Winter.

Box 127, Folder 17

Gauntlet, v. 1, no. 15. Springfield. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features a religious series of photographs by Justice Howard and the cover is signed by Howard.
Box 128, Folder 1

Genesis West, v. 1, no. 1. Burlingame. 1962 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Mom Chung (1889-1959) and the inside cover is signed William J. Margolis.
Box 128, Folder 2

Gestalt, v. 2, no. 1. Bowling Green. 1989.

Box 128, Folder 3

Give Me Some More, v. 1. Los Angeles. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This publication was created by The Loopers from Japan, Miyuki Otomo and Kiyomi Okiayu who were regulars at The Onyx Cafe.
Box 128, Folder 4

Give Out Sheet Series. East Windsor. 2005.

Box 128, Folder 4

Give Out Sheet Series. East Windsor. 2005.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One audiocassette entitled Experimental Tape New Jersey (ETNJ) #2.
Audiovisual materials in this collection require the production of reference surrogates. To access audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 128, Folder 4

Give Out Sheet Series. East Windsor. 2006.

Scope and Content Note

This includes Mark Sonnenfeld's Zine Workers.
Box 128, Folder 4

Give Out Sheet Series. East Windsor. 2007.

Scope and Content Note

This includes Mark Sonnenfeld and Joseph Verrilli's "Bra Head."
Box 128, Folder 4

Give Out Sheet Series. East Windsor. 2008.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes "stupid stories" by Mark Sonnenfeld.
Box 128, Folder 5

Goif Comix. Miami. 2009.

Box 128, Folder 6

The Golden Age of Los Angeles Poetry. Santa Monica. 1982 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Momentum Press catalog.
Box 128, Folder 7

Green Panda Press, v. 1, no. 4. Cleveland Heights. 2004 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains poems by Larry Smith edited by Bree.
Box 128, Folder 7

Green Panda Press, no. 5. Cleveland Heights. 2005.

Scope and Content Note

This issue edited by Bree for Daniel Thompson, Jim Lowell and the lore of Cleveland.
Box 128, Folder 7

Green Panda Press. Cleveland Heights. 2005.

Scope and Content Note

This is an issue of Snippets, "one-liners dreampt, found, misheard, remembered, impressed upon."
Box 128, Folder 8

Green Zero, v. 1, no. 1. Lancaster. 1990 Spring.

Box 128, Folder 9

Grove: Contemporary Poetry and Translation, no. 2. Claremont. 1975 Winter.

Box 128, Folder 10

Guild of Book Workers Journal, v. 33, no. 1. New York. 1995 Spring.

Box 128, Folder 10

Guild of Book Workers Journal, v. 33, no. 2. New York. 1995 Fall.

Box 128, Folder 11

Habit-Forming Poems. Los Angeles. 2009.

Box 128, Folder 12

Haggard and Halloo, no. 12. Long Beach. 1998 February.

Box 128, Folder 13

Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, v. 12, no. 2. San Francisco. 1993 .

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Ina Cumpiano on the cover.
Box 128, Folder 14

Half-Truth, no. 8. Los Angeles. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Keith Morris of the Circle Jerks on the cover and includes a short story by Charles Bukowski.
Box 128, Folder 14

Half-Truth, no. 16. Los Angeles. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features "Further Musings" by Charles Bukowski.
Box 128, Folder 14

Half-Truth, no. 20. Los Angeles. 1994 August/September.

Box 128, Folder 14

Half-Truth, no. 22. Los Angeles. 1996 Spring.

Box 128, Folder 15

Hand Guns and Hard Liquor, no. 1. Los Angeles. circa 1991.

Scope and Content Note

This zine includes the following contributors: Justice Howard, Eric Brown, Jay Sosnicki, Rev. Al, and Rafael FJ Alvarado.
Box 128, Folder 16

Hanging Loose, no. 11. Brooklyn. 1970 Late Summer.

Box 128, Folder 17

The Harbinger, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1994 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This is the newsletter for the AMOK Bookstore.
Box 128, Folder 18

Hedwig. Woodland Hills. circa 1995.

Box 129, Folder 1

Henry Moore at Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd. London. circa 1986.

Box 129, Folder 2

Here Doesn't Come The Flying Fuck! Sunland. undated.

Box 129, Folder 3

High Times, no. 340. New York. 2003 December.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with musician/composer/author Dave Amram.
Box 129, Folder 4

Highwire Daze, no. 58. Burbank. 1998 June/July.

Box 129, Folder 5

Hip Magazine, no. 1. Los Angeles. undated.

Box 193, Folder 6

Ho, no. 0. Los Angeles. 1991 August.

Box 129, Folder 6

Ho!, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

This comix publication edited by Marcel DeJure features the work of Onyx regulars and includes "What's Going On!" by Josue Menjivar, Bill O'Mahoney's interview with Beck, "Xenopata" by Gash, and back cover illustration by Mark Durham.
Box 129, Folder 6

Ho!, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1993 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is the Super-Ultra-Mega-Special Heavy Metal Edition.
Box 129, Folder 6

Ho!, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1999.

Scope and Content

This issue includes work by the following artists: Nora Keyes, Dame Darcy, Camille Rose Garcia, Amos, Mark Gash, and Mark Durham.
Box 193, Folder 6

lahoja, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1991 December.

Box 129, Folder 7

The Hollywood Kids Street Gossip, v. 2, no. 26. Los Angeles. 1985 .

Scope and Content Note

This issue presents "it's flaming!" in honor of the publication's 1 and 1/2 year birthday. An advertisement for Griffin's BOSS show appears in this issue.
Box 129, Folder 7

The Hollywood Kids Street Gossip, v. 2, no. 26. Los Angeles. 1985 .

Box 129, Folder 8

The Hollywood Star Magazine, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine features a story on Elvis Presley's bisexuality and Charles Manson's discussion about sex cult celebrities.
Box 129, Folder 9

Homeless Writers Forum, v. 2. Los Angeles. 1994 October.

Box 129, Folder 9

Homeless Writers Forum. Los Angeles. 1995 Spring.

Box 129, Folder 9

Homeless Writers Forum. Los Angeles. 1996.

Box 129, Folder 10

The Hooligan. Denver. 1999.

Scope and Content

This issue features Skye Barker's interview with Steve Wilson.
Box 129, Folder 11

Honk If Yer Horny, v. 3, no. 69. Hollywood. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features photos of the band by Jeffoto and lyrics by Canya Fuck'er (Pleasant Gehman) and other band members to songs such as "Oh My Darlin' 69" and "Everybody's Fuckin' My Baby."
Box 129, Folder 11

Honk If Yer Horny: A Touch of Class. Hollywood. 1994-1995.

Scope and Content Note

This is a fifteen month triple XXX rated pin-up calendar which includes "country music without the o" history for almost every day of each month. All photos by Jeffoto. Text and layout by Pleasant Gehman.
Box 129, Folder 12

Horseshit, no. 1. Hermosa Beach. 1965.

Box 129, Folder 12

Horseshit, no. 2. Hermosa Beach. 1967.

Box 129, Folder 12

Horseshit, no. 3. Hermosa Beach. 1968.

Box 129, Folder 12

Horseshit, no. 4. Hermosa Beach. 1970.

Box 129, Folder 13

Hot City. West Hollywood. 1996 Fall.

Box 152, Folder 2

Huckster's Pitch, no. 1. Los Angeles. circa 1985.

Box 129, Folder 14

Humble Propaganda. Reseda. circa 1999.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Henry Rollins.
Box 129, Folder 15

Hup, no. 1. San Francisco. 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Art and stories by R. Crumb.
Box 129, Folder 15

Hup, no. 2. San Francisco. 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Art and stories by R. Crumb.
Box 129, Folder 16

Hustler, v. 3, no. 6. Columbus. 1976 December.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Charles Bukowski.
Box 129, Folder 17

Image, v. 13, no. 1-2. St. Louis. 1985.

Box 129, Folder 18

The Inch. Sacramento. 2007 November.

Scope and Content Note

This is a little magazine associated with the Poems-For-All series. This issue features Phil Goldvarg: Zapatista Poet and includes a tribute to Queen of Bohemia, Philomene Long (1940-2007).
Box 130, Folder 1

I Want A Poem To Be Hard Like A Bullet. Fort Worth. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Todd Moore fanzine by Robert W. Howington.
Box 130, Folder 2

In Remembrance. Studio City. 1987.

Scope and Content

According to Editor Jenny Soup, this publication is a grave collection of poetry, collage, and reviews.
Box 130, Folder 2

In Remembrance, no. 6. Studio City. undated.

Box 130, Folder 2

In Remembrance, no. 7. Studio City. undated.

Box 130, Folder 3

Infinite Degree of Freedom, no. 2. Denver. 1989.

Box 130, Folder 4

Inkshed, no. 20. Hull. 1991 Spring.

Box 130, Folder 5

Insomnia, v. 2, no. 1. Whittier. 1993 Winter.

Box 130, Folder 5

Insomnia, v. 2, no. 2. Whittier. 1993 Spring.

Box 130, Folder 5

Insomnia, v. 2, no. 3. Whittier. 1993 Summer.

Box 130, Folder 5

Insomnia, v. 3, no. 2. Whittier. 1994 Spring.

Box 130, Folder 5

Insomnia, v. 3, no. 3. Whittier. 1994 Summer.

Box 130, Folder 5

Insomnia, v. 4, no. 1. Whittier. 1995 Spring.

Box 130, Folder 6

Instant Classics, v. 1. New York. 1989.

Box 130, Folder 7

Instant Pussy, no. 4. Albuquerque. 2006 March.

Scope and Content Note

This zine by Misti Rainwater-Lites combines porn and poetry. In her letter from the editor she writes, "This issue contains a poem about a punk rock guy (Mr. Spent Meat) getting sucked off by Courtney Love. It doesn't get much more exciting than that."
Box 130, Folder 7

Instant Pussy, no. 12. Albuquerque. 2006 December.

Box 130, Folder 8

InterBang, v. 1, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1996 February.

Box 130, Folder 8

InterBang, no. 7. Venice. 1998 Summer.

Box 130, Folder 9

Intimate Apparel. Oakland. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

The Figurative Art of Beatrice Wood catalogue.
Box 130, Folder 10

Invisible City, no. 3. San Francisco. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

This publication features writing from Robert Crosson, John Thomas, and Paul Vangelisti.
Box 130, Folder 11

Itchy & Scratchy Comics, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1993.

Box 130, Folder 12

The Ja Ja Circle. Denver. 2001 April.

Scope and Content Note

This Marija Cerjak Society Flesh Poetics magazine published by Motchka Press documents the Underground 2001.
Box 130, Folder 13

The Jacaranda Review, v. 3, no. 2. Denver. 1988 Fall/Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This publication, funded by the Graduate Students Association and the Department of English at the University of California, Los Angeles, includes an extensive L.A. Poetry Supplement.
Box 130, Folder 14

The Jackleg, v. 1. Los Angeles. 1995.

Box 130, Folder 15

Ja'p, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1987 October/November.

Scope and Content Note

This Journal of Quantum 'Pataphysics is edited and published by Nigey Lennon and the Los Angeles Institute of Quantum 'Pataphysics.
Box 131, Folder 1

Joseph Stella. Washington, D.C. 1990 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This Joseph Stella: Paintings and Works on Paper catalog is published by the Pensler Galleries.
Box 131, Folder 2

Journal For The Protection Of All Beings, no. 1. San Francisco. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

This "Love-Shot" issue is edited and signed by Michael McClure, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and David Meltzer.
Box 131, Folder 2

Journal For The Protection Of All Beings, no. 2. San Francisco. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

This "On The Barricades: Revolution & Repression" issue was published on Bastille Day.
Box 131, Folder 3

Kamini Press Catalogue. Stockholm. 2012 January.

Box 131, Folder 4

The Kerouac Connection, no. 30. Menlo Park. 2000 Fall.

Box 131, Folder 5

The Kerouac Rag, no. 1. Torquay. 1999-2000 Winter.

Box 131, Folder 6

Key-Z Productions Catalog. Eugene. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Key-Z Productions is dedicated to the work of Ken Kesey and the Merry Band of Pranksters.
Box 131, Folder 6

Key-Z Productions Catalog. Eugene. 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Key-Z Productions is dedicated to the work of Ken Kesey and the Merry Band of Pranksters.
Box 131, Folder 7

Kill Poet broadsides. San Diego. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This folder contains a series of signed Viva La Poem broadsides for the following writers: Cat Benitez, Amelie Florence, Elly Portnoy, Brad Burjan, David Smith, Kalamity J, Jason Neese, and Jamie Neese.
Box 131, Folder 8

Kombat. Indianapolis. 1995 Fall.

Box 131, Folder 9

The Kyoto Review, no. 7. Kyoto. 1976 Spring.

Box 131, Folder 10

L.A. Driver, v. 1, no. 2. North Hollywood. 1989 Fall.

Box 131, Folder 10

L.A. Driver, v. 3, no. 1. North Hollywood. 1991-1992 Winter Solstice.

Box 131, Folder 11

L.A. Star. Los Angeles. 1992 March.

Scope and Content Note

This unauthorized newspaper features Justice Howard on its cover and includes an interview with Llana Lloyd, "Glitter Goddess" of the Sunset Strip.
Box 193, Folder 10

L.A. Weekly, v.11, no. 32. Los Angeles. 1989 July 14-20.

Box 153, Folder 4

L.A. Weekly, v.16, no. 32. Los Angeles. 1996 July 5-11.

Scope and Content

This issue features the "found" Bukowski poems.
Box 193, Folder 10

L.A. Weekly, v. 30, no. 51. Los Angeles. 2008 November 7-13.

Box 131, Folder 12

Laguna Poets Series, no. 81. Laguna Beach. 1998.

Scope and Content

This issue features Rick Lupert's Lizard King of the Laundromat and is inscribed to Griffin by Lupert.
Box 131, Folder 12

Laguna Poets Series, no. 122. Laguna Beach. 1999.

Scope and Content

This issue features Doug Knott's Holding Pattern and is inscribed to Griffin by Knott.
Box 131, Folder 12

Laguna Poets Series, no. 207. Laguna Beach. 2001.

Scope and Content

This issue features Paul Suntup's A Boy and His Blowtorch and is inscribed to Griffin by Suntup.
Box 131, Folder 13

Lame Brain, v. 1, no. 5. Chicago. 1986 October.

Box 131, Folder 14

Left Bank Distribution Catalog. Seattle. 1997.

Box 131, Folder 15

Lemon Fingers Emerge, no. 2. Long Beach. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This is a collection of Los Angeles area poetry.
Box 131, Folder 15

Lemon Fingers Emerge, no. 3. Long Beach. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This is a collection of Los Angeles area poetry.
Box 131, Folder 16

Leon Golub -- New Paintings Catalog. New York. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog is from Golub's exhibition at the Allan Frumkin Gallery.
Box 131, Folder 17

Letra Nova. Anaheim. 1994.

Box 131, Folder 17

Letra Nova, no. 5. Anaheim. 1995 May-June.

Box 131, Folder 18

The Liar, no. 6. North Vancouver. 1990.

Box 153, Folder 5

LIFE, v. 47, no. 12. Chicago. 1959 September 21.

Scope and Content

This issue features "Squaresville U.S.A. vs. Beatsville" on the Venice West scene.
Box 131, Folder 19

Live Wild Or Die! Portland. circa 1989.

Box 131, Folder 20

Living Batch News. Albuquerque. circa 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This newsletter for the Living Batch Bookstore includes a preview for The Carma Bums, No Seat Belts Tour of Words in store show on August 24th with Ellyn Maybe, S.A. Griffin, Mike Bruner, Doug Knott, Bobbo Staron, and Scott Wannberg. This folder also contains two Living Batch Bookstore bookmarks.
Box 131, Folder 21

Loca, no. 11. Monterey Park. circa 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine was created by Queen Felicia Dominguez and Princess Gwynne Garfinkle.
Box 131, Folder 22

Los. Los Angeles. 1992 April.

Box 131, Folder 23

Los. Los Angeles. 1992 June.

Box 131, Folder 23

Los. Los Angeles. 1993 June.

Box 131, Folder 23

Los. Los Angeles. 1993 November.

Box 131, Folder 23

Los. Los Angeles. 1994 Spring.

Box 131, Folder 23

Los. Los Angeles. 1998 Winter.

Box 131, Folder 24

Los Angeles. Los Angeles. 1993 October.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features a story on the pulse of Beat culture in present day Los Angeles.
Box 132, Folder 1

Los Angeles 1956. Los Angeles. circa 1990.

Box 132, Folder 2

Los Angeles Independent, v. 66, no. 16. Los Angeles. 1998 October 21.

Scope and Content Note

This newspaper features a cover story on the closing of The Onyx Cafe.
Box 193, Folder 9

Los Angeles Reader, v. 16, no. 23. Los Angeles. 1994 March 18.

Box 193, Folder 9

Los Angeles Reader, v. 16, no. 25. Los Angeles. 1994 April 1.

Box 132, Folder 3

Los Angeles Theatres, v. 1, no. 9. Los Angeles. 1993 September 30-October 14.

Box 132, Folder 4

Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles. 1981 January 18.

Scope and Content Note

This folder contains a clipping of Yoko Ono's "In Gratitude" letter and a copy of "A Love Letter From John And Yoko To People Who Ask Us What, When, And Why."
Box 153, Folder 6

Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles. 1997 April 6.

Scope and Content

The death of Allen Ginsberg is featured on the front page.
Box 153, Folder 7

Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles. 2013 November 24.

Scope and Content

The death of Wanda Coleman is featured on the front page.
Box 132, Folder 5

Los Angeles Times Magazine. Los Angeles. 1987 March 22.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a feature on Charles Bukowski.
Box 132, Folder 6

Louis Stern Fine Arts. West Hollywood. 1999.

Scope and Content Note

This is a catalog for Pol Bury: Fountains and Other Intriguing Works.
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Love Works. Los Angeles. 1998 Summer.

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Lummox Journal, v. 1-2. San Pedro. 1995 November.

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Lummox Journal, v. 3-4. San Pedro. 1997 April.

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Lummox Journal, v. 5, no. 8. San Pedro. 1999 August.

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Lummox Journal, v. 5, no. 7. San Pedro. 1999 September.

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Lummox Journal, v. 6, no. 4. San Pedro. 2000 April.

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Lummox Journal, v. 6, no. 8. San Pedro. 2000 August.

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Lummox Journal, v. 7, no. 3. San Pedro. 2001 March.

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Lummox Journal, v. 8, no. 7. San Pedro. 2002 July.

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Lummox Journal, v. 12, no. 1. San Pedro. 2006 January/February.

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Lummox Journal, v. 12, no. 6. San Pedro. 2006 November/December.

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Mad Blood, no. 3. Evergreen. 2004 June.

Scope and Content Note

Griffin's collage, Wash Before Using is on the cover and five more collages are featured inside.
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Mad Blood, no. 5. Evergreen. 2006 August.

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Magazine, v. 13, no. 1. Venice. 1983 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This is a publication of the Beyond Baroque Foundation.
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Magazine, v. 14, no. 1. Venice. 1983/1984 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This is a publication of the Beyond Baroque Foundation.
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A Magazine Of Paragraphs, v. 1, no. 3. Holyoke. 1987 Winter.

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Maintenant, no. 4. New York. 2010 Spring.

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Malpais Review, v. 2, no. 3. Placitas. 2011-2012 Winter.

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Malpais Review, v. 2, no. 4. Placitas. 2012 Spring.

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Malpais Review, v. 3, no. 2. Placitas. 2012 Autumn.

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Malpais Review, v. 3, no. 3. Placitas. 2012-2013 Winter.

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Malpais Review, v. 4, no. 3. Placitas. 2013-2014 Winter.

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Mano-Mano/2. Denver. 1971 July.

Scope and Content Note

This is issue no. 10 of Bowery Press and is dedicated to Kenneth Patchen.
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Manroot, no. 6/7. San Francisco. 1972 April.

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Marc Snyder: In Black and White. North Canton. 2005 October 24-November 12.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog is from Snyder's exhibition at the Kent State University Stark Main Hall Gallery.
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Martin the Satanic Racoon, no. 2. Hollywood. 1999.

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The Mas Tequila Review, no. 8. Albuquerque. 2014 Winter.

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The Mask Returns, no. 1. Milwaukie. 1992 October.

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The Match! no. 89. Tucson. 1994 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This anarchist journal's cover headline reads, "Situation -- Hopeless."
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Memoirs of the Coffee Shop Society, v. 1. Costa Mesa. 1989 January.

Scope and Content Note

These written words by Steven La Ponsie are presented by Bacon and Eggs Publishing.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 1. Denver. 2002 May.

Scope and Content

This is a sample issue with a note on the inside cover from the secret 6.

Biographical/Historical note

The Mercury Reader is a collective endeavor by The Denver Poets Guild to promote, present and preserve the poetry and art of Denver.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 3. Denver. 2002 July.

Biography/History

This issue and those thereafter are marked as "a denver poet guild/temple of man production."

Scope and Content

This inside cover of this issue features a reproduction of a cartoon of Jimmy Morris, Tony Scibella, Steve Wilson and Stuart Perkoff at the Ogden Bookstore by John Fish, 1971. The inside cover also includes a letter from the gang of 5.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 4. Denver. 2002 .

Scope and Content

This is the slam issue.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 5. Denver. 2002 August.

Scope and Content

This is the Denver Poet's Day issue.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 6. Denver. 2002 Sept.

Scope and Content

This issue is edited by Stan Astrovsky and the inside cover features a black ace and a letter from the gang of 4. The black ace appears on all issues hereafter.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 7. Denver. 2002 October.

Scope and Content

This poetry seance issue is edited by Wally Mason and features poems of or to dead persons.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 8. Denver. 2002 November.

Scope and Content

This issue features a photo of Wanda Witwiky's colt named Black Ace in the winner's circle after winning the three year old championship at Centennial Race Course.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 10. Denver. 2003 August.

Scope and Content

This is the Poet's Day issue.
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The Mercury Reader, no. 14. Denver. 2004 June.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Mermaid Springs Special Edition.
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The Mercury Reader. Denver. 2003 Halloween.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Poetry Seance Issue.
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The Mercury Reader. Denver. 2003 November.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Tony Scibella Memorial Issue. Griffin's Lady broadside is printed on neon green paper and inserted in the center of this publication.
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Metro Bookmark. Los Angeles. 1997 April.

Scope and Content Note

These series includes the following poets: Sesshu Foster, Adrienne Su, Patty Sue Jones, Laura Stickney, J. Raul Plasencia, Leo Padilla, Terry Wolverton, Ruben Martinez, and Janet Sternburg.

Biographical/Historical note

This series of seven bookmarks was commissioned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to celebrate National Poetry Month and encourage people to use Metro Bus and Metro Rail when traveling to their public libraries. This set was sent to Griffin by Eric Brown.
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Mezzotints By Sir Frank Short. London. 1974 February 14-March 1.

Scope and Content Note

This is the catalog for the Mezzotints by Sir Frank Short after Four Paintings by G.F. Watts exhibition at Hartnoll & Eyre.
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MICA, no. 3. Santa Barbara. 1961 June.

Scope and Content Note

This issue was edited and published by Helmut Bonheim and Raymond Federman.
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The Mile High Underground, v. 1, no. 6. Denver. 1967 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is edited by James Ryan Morris. The cover design is by Tony Scibella.
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Miscellaneous Man, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1968 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

The New Los Angeles Quarterly of Literature & Art is edited by William J. Margolis with Associate Editor Tony Scibella. The Miscellaneous MANifesto is printed on the inside cover with a dedication to The Lady. The table of contents is signed by contributor John Thomas, 1968.
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MOCA Cleveland. Cleveland. Santa Monica. 2003 .

Scope and Content Note

This catalogue for the Yoshitomo Nara: Nothing Ever Happens exhibition was published by the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland and Perceval Press, Los Angeles. Contributors include Billie Joe Armstrong, Carrie Brownstein, John Doe, Leonard Nimoy, and Deborah Harry.
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Modern Man, v. 11, no. 3-123. Skokie. 1961 September.

Scope and Content Note

An article on Venice West appears on page 38.
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The Moment, no. 2. Woodland Hills. 1987 March.

Scope and Content Note

The masthead describes this publication edited by Chris Behling, Kevin Bartnof and Eric Lyden as "A Randomly Published L.A. Journal Of The Arts."

Biography/History

This Gonzo type Los Angeles DIY Xerox poetry/lit zine from the late 1980s-mid 1990s was edited and published by San Fernando Valley poets Kevin Bartnof, Chris Behling and Eric Lyden. Like Shattersheet just before it, The Moment included listings of venues and readings. When Griffin met editor Eric Lyden at a Poeccentric Lounge reading in downtown L.A., Lyden recruited him to submit poetry and Griffin then volunteered to work on staff doing whatever was needed.
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The Moment, no. 4. Woodland Hills. 1987 July.

Scope and Content Note

This issue focuses on L.A.'s homeless population.
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The Moment, no. 5. Woodland Hills. 1987 November.

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The Moment, no. 6. Woodland Hills. 1988 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Henry Rollins "one tough guy" on the cover.
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Momentum, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1974 March.

Scope and Content Note

This issue published by Century City Educational Arts Project includes work by Linda King, Lee Mallory, and William Mohr.
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Monterey Poetry Review, v. 1, no. 2. Santa Cruz. 2005 Summer.

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Moody Street Irregulars, no. 15. Clarence Center. 1985 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Music Issue II of this Jack Kerouac newsletter.
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Moody Street Irregulars, no. 16-17. Clarence Center. 1986 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This is the On the Road Issue of this Jack Kerouac newsletter.
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Moody Street Irregulars, no. 18-19. Clarence Center. 1987 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Ketchup Too! Issue of this Jack Kerouac newsletter.
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Moody Street Irregulars, no. 20-21. Clarence Center. 1989 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This is the 10th Anniversary Memorial Issue of this Jack Kerouac newsletter with tributes for George Montgomery, John Clellon Holmes, Jack Kerouac, and Ed Chaput. This folder also contains correspondence from Editor Joy Walsh to Griffin.
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Moody Street Irregulars, no. 27. Clarence Center. 1992 Spring.

Scope and Content

This "Special Poetry Issue" features Visions of Kerouac on the cover.
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Moravagine 2, no. 4. Denver. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is edited by John Macker.
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Mountain Cat, no. 2. Denver. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is edited by Jess Graf.
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Mouseion, no. 4. Bournemouth. 2005 May.

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Mr. Kite's Leaf, v. 1, no. 1. Pacific Palisades. 1988 February 29.

Scope and Content Note

The Lost Tribe and The Ringling Sisters are previewed as upcoming shows at the Hippodrome.
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The Museum of Modern Art Bulletin, v. 25, no. 1. New York. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

This bulletin is for sculptor David Smith's exhibition at the MOMA.
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The Musophobist, v. 1, no. 1. Tilton. 2012 May 6.

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MUST, no. 1. Painted Post. 2009.

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MUST, no. 2. Painted Post. 2009.

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MUST, no. 3. Painted Post. 2009.

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MUST, no. 5. Painted Post. 2009.

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MUST, no. 6. Painted Post. 2009.

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Mute On The Floor, v. 4, no. 1. San Francisco. 1992.

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My Rules: Photozine. Beverly Hills. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Glen E. Friedman self-published this photozine which documents the Los Angeles punk scene and features Darby Crash of the Germs on the cover.
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Neal Cassady, v. 1. Vashon. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

This biography was compiled by Tom Christopher and covers 1926-1940.

Biography/History

Neal Cassady is a writer, performance artist, legendary driver, and American myth. Cassady was a central character in On The Road and other titles by Jack Kerouac. Cassady was also a central character in Howl by Allen Ginsberg and one of Ginsberg’s lovers during most of Cassady’s life. Additionally, Cassady was a central character in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe. Cassady drove the car with Jack Kerouac and then drove the bus with Ken Kesey. Cassady is the author of The First Third (City Lights).
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Neal Cassady, v. 2. Vashon. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

This biography was compiled by Tom Christopher and covers 1941-1946.
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The Neverending Page, v. 1, no. 14. Huntington Beach. 1996.

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New Magazine, v. 8, no. 1. Venice. 1977 January.

Scope and Content Note

This is a Beyond Baroque publication published by George Drury Smith. Exene Cervenka served on the editorial staff for this Poetry-In-The-Schools-Issue. The cover features a young school girl smoking a cigarette.
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New Magazine, v. 8, no. 7. Venice. 1977 December.

Scope and Content Note

This Beyond Baroque publication published by George Drury Smith features "The House Sitter" and "A Weekend" by Nellie Hill.
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New Magazine, v. 8, no. 3. Venice. 1977 May.

Scope and Content Note

This Beyond Baroque publication published by George Drury Smith features a piece on journal writing by Holly Prado which she presented at the conference, "The Diary, the Journal, the Autobiography."
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The New Censorship, v. 2, no. 3. Denver. 1991 June.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is devoted to the poems and drawings of Charles Bukowski.
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The New Censorship, v. 2, no. 12. Denver. 1992 March.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features a short story set in Los Angeles by Thomas R. Peters, Jr., owner of the Beat Book Shop in Boulder.
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The New Censorship, v. 3, no. 1. Denver. 1992 April.

Scope and Content Note

This second anniversary issue features poems and drawings by Charles Bukowski. The cover is signed by Bukowski.
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A New Iron Column, no. 3. Anaheim. 1984 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

ANIC is a Black Banner publication of The Creative Anarchists of America.
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The New Jerker. Los Angeles. 1995 October 2.

Scope and Content Note

This parody of The New Yorker was created by David Lovins of the Onyx Cafe scene.
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The New Press, v. 9, no. 3. Flushing. 1993 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

The cover features Lawrence Ferlinghetti reading in New York.
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The New York Times, v. 146, no. 50,754. New York. 1997 April 6.

Scope and Content

The death of Allen Ginsberg is featured on the cover.
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The New York Times, v. 146, no. 50,874. New York. 1997 August 4.

Scope and Content

The death of William S. Burroughs is mentioned on the front page.
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Next...Calendar. Long Beach. .

Scope and Content

1998 November and December. 1999 January - July. Duplicate calendars may be found in The Next...Magazine correspondence file.
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Next...Magazine, v. 1, nos. 1-12. San Clemente and Long Beach. 1994 March - 1995 February .

Biography/History

This poetry periodical created by G. Murray Thomas and the late Lawrence Schultz focused on Southern California poetry and performance, specifically Slam poetics.
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Next...Magazine, v. 2, nos. 1-12. Long Beach. 1995 March - 1996 February .

Scope and Content

April issue features an interview with poet D Knowledge. June issue features an interview with Pleasant Gehman on travel, dive bars, punk rock, and poetry. December issue features Pleasant Gehman's White Trash Apocalypse Tour Diary.
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Next...Magazine, v. 2, no. 8. Long Beach. 1995 October.

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Next...Magazine, v. 3, nos. 1-5, 7-10, 12. Long Beach. 1996 March - July, September-December, 1997 February.

Physical Location: Volume 3, Issues 6 and 11 are located in the Writings About Griffin subseries.

Scope and Content

May issue features a D Knowledge interview with The Watts Prophets. October issue features Ellyn Maybe interviewed by Boomer Maverick. Ellyn discusses her first reading in November of 1988 at Midnight Special Bookstore. She signed up as Ellyn "Maybe I'll read."
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Next...Magazine, v. 4, nos. 1-12. Long Beach. 1997 March - 1998 February .

Scope and Content

February issue features Beyond Baroque Director Fred Dewey on the cover with the Beyond Baroque Archives.
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Next...Magazine, v. 5, nos. 1-8. Long Beach. 1998 March - October .

Scope and Content

June issue features an interview with four-time National Slam Champion Patricia Smith. July issue features an interview with Henry Rollins. August issue features an interview with Miranda July. September issue features an interview with Jerry Quickley. October issue is the final one.
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Niggermancer, no. 4. Los Angeles. undated.

Scope and Content Note

The goddess on the cover of this Mark Durham publication announces, "It's the end of grey, baby."
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Night, no. 44. New York. 1999.

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Night, no. 45. New York. 2000.

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Nightflight. Los Angeles. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

This L.A. Weekly publication is a guide to Los Angeles at night.
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NK, no. 1. Kittredge. 2009 June.

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No Shit, no. 11. Hollywood. 1986 October.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features cover art and cartoons by Alexis Arquette.
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No Shit, no. 17. Hollywood. 1987 November 28-January 31.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features interviews with Guns N' Roses, Faith No More, and Stiv Bator from The Lords of the New Church.
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NoHo Magazine, v. 1, no. 6. Granada Hills. 1993 June.

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NoHo Magazine, v. 1, no. 12. Granada Hills. 1993 December.

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Nomad, no. 2. Culver City. 1959 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features Jack Micheline's "To Be A Poet Is To Live And Die" and "Bowery Black."
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Nuthing Sacred, no. 1. Hollywood. 1991 May.

Scope and Content Note

Jay Sosnicki's "No Bullshit Magazine of People and Perception" announces " The Moment is gone. So it's up to us to pick up the slack. Nuthing Sacred will be published bi-monthly to air voices of L.A. poets. No pay. Labor of love." This folder contains correspondence from Sosnicki to Griffin and three Nuthing Sacred stickers.
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Obras, v. 11, no. 4. Venice. 1980 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This Beyond Baroque Foundation publication is the Los Angeles Cross Cultural Issue edited by Manuel "Manazar" Gamboa, designed by Jack Skelley, and copyedited by Lydia Vidana. Contributors include Wanda Coleman, Doris Davenport, Blake Latimer, Odie Hawkins, Susan Anderson, Trinidad Krystal, and Luis Rodriguez.
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Off the Beaten Path, v. 2. Eagle Rock. 2009 December.

Scope and Content Note

This publication contains tales from The Adventurers' Club of Los Angeles.
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OK Magazine. Los Angeles. 1979 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This publication is created by the Nihilist Press and features work by the Cooperative Nihilist Housing Project.
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OK Magazine. Los Angeles. 1979 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This publication is created by the Nihilist Press and features punk rock art by James Stark and a preview of the Nihilist Festival of the Arts coming to Los Angeles in December.
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OnTarget, no. 1. Glendale. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

This publication of "poetry, small..er..short stories, conspiracies" is presented by The Grassy Knoll Coffeehouse and edited by Anderson Stone. It begins with a From The Knoll letter by Stewart Eddins, Co-Proprietor of The Grassy Knoll.
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OnTarget, no. 3. Glendale. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains a piece of correspondence from Anderson Stone who mentions the journal's distribution at The Grassy Knoll, the Onyx, and the Onyx/Echo coffeehouses.
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OnTarget, no. 6. Glendale. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes work from Pam Ward, Estrellita Mendez, Gina East, and Scott Wannberg.
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OnTarget: The Monthly. Hollywood. 1995 January.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes work by Eric Brown and Erica Erdman.
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OnTarget: The Monthly. Hollywood. 1995 February-March.

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OnTarget: The Monthly. Hollywood. 1995 November.

Scope and Content Note

This issue publicizes the dial a poem Daily WORD (213) 980-DIAL and suggests readers attend the Ellyn Maybe and francEyE reading on December 15 at Beyond Baroque.
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One Dog Press. Davis. 1996 December.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Sacramento Valley's home-grown poetry monthly.
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One Hundred Suns, no. 2. Long Beach. 1994 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This is a photocopy of this issue's cover.
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One Little Ball. Los Angeles. 1993 Spring.

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Onion, no. 1. Sepulveda. 1975 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue of poetry and short writing was published by The Sepulveda Unitarian-Universalist Society.
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Onthebus, no. 6 and no. 7. Sepulveda. 1991 Winter/Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features poetry and letters from Charles Bukowski, an interview with Joyce Carol Oates, and poems by Wanda Coleman.
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Open City, no. 259. San Francisco. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This Bring Back the Sixties! 35th Anniversary Issue includes R. Crumb's I Remember the Sixties insert. The cover is signed by editor/publisher John Bryan.
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Orange Mosquito, v. 3, no. 1. Pasadena. 1995.

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Oui, v. 10, no. 9. New York. 1981 September.

Scope and Content

This issue includes a profile on Charles Bukowski and is signed "Good Job U Motherfucker" to the author from Bukowski.
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Oui, v. 13, no. 4. New York. 1984 April.

Scope and Content Note

"The Lion" by Charles Bukowski appears on page 70.
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Oui, v. 13, no. 6. New York. 1984 June.

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Oui, v. 13, no. 7. New York. 1984 July.

Scope and Content Note

"The Fight" by Charles Bukowski appears on page 82.
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Oui, v. 13, no. 10. New York. 1984 October.

Scope and Content Note

"What Happened To The Loving And Laughing Girl In The Gingham Dress" by Charles Bukowski appears on page 72.
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Oui, v. 14, no. 1. New York. 1985 January.

Scope and Content Note

"I Meet The Master 2" by Charles Bukowski appears on page 72.
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Oui, v. 14, no. 8. New York. 1985 August.

Scope and Content Note

"The Action" by Charles Bukowski appears on page 74.
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Ouija Madness, no. 1. Los Angeles. circa 1981.

Scope and Content

This issue includes an interview with The Unclaimed, "The Hong Kong Cafe 1979" by Allison Anders, and art by Vinzula Kara.
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Ouija Madness, no. 2. Los Angeles. circa 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Contributors include Wanda Coleman, Scott Wannberg, Laurel Ann Bogen, Bob Flanagan, Jack Skelley, and Charles Bukowski.
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Out Loud. Santa Monica. .

Scope and Content Note

This is a monthly listing of Los Angeles area poetry events edited and published by Carrie Etter via Midnight Special Bookstore.
1989 May, November. 1990 February, May, July - November. 1991 January, February, April, July. 1992 June. 1993 June.
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Ovundum, v. 1. Huntington Beach. 1988 December.

Scope and Content Note

Andy Takakjan's publication of poetry, fiction, and essays appears monthly. This issue's focus is "Words and Things" by Alexander Laurence.
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Ovundum, v. 2. Huntington Beach. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This issue's focus is "Orange" by Gil Fuhrer.
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Ovundum, v. 3. Huntington Beach. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This issue's focus is "Name" by Donald Grose.
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Pangloss Papers, v. 3, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1984 October.

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Panik, v. 1, nos. 4, 11. Long Beach. 1988 August and undated.

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Paranoid Bachelor Guy, no. 2. 1994 August.

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Passion Press, no. 1. Austin. 1982 May.

Scope and Content Note

This publication, edited by Ed Ward, includes fiction by Stuart Z. Perkoff, and poems by Marcia Ward and James Ryan Morris.
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Passion Press, no. 4. Denver. 1983 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

Contributors include Larry Lake, Ed Ward, Tony Scibella, and John Macker.
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Passion Press, no. 5. Denver. 1988 April.

Scope and Content Note

Contributors include Larry Lake, Ed Ward, Tony Scibella, and John Macker. This issue features an In Memoriam section for The Rt. Rev. Robert Alexander, The Temple of Man (1923-1987).
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Peace News. San Francisco. circa 2001.

Scope and Content Note

This newspaper reflects on the aftermath of September 11th and features a letter to editor/publisher John Bryan from Charles Bukowski about "Peace, Baby."
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Pearl, no. 10, 12-14. Long Beach. 1990 - 1991.

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Pearl, no. 16, 17, 22. Long Beach. .

Scope and Content

No. 16 (1992 Fall); no. 17 (1993 Spring); no. 22 (1995 Fall/Winter).
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People, v. 56, no. 13. New York. 2001 September 24.

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Le Petit Sphinx: The CoffeeHouse Review, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. circa 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat publication features poetry, art, and a coffeehouse directory.
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Le Petit Sphinx: The CoffeeHouse Review, v. 1, no. 5. Los Angeles. circa 1958.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features a photo of a young Morgan Freeman on page 24 captioned Late Scene at the Sickitchen Art Mart and Zodiac Coffee House.
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A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1989 December 15.

Scope and Content Note

This is a multilingual publication of poems and short prose by local poets edited by Berndt Rieger.
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A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1990 January 5.

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A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1990 January 26.

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A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1990 February 9.

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A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1990 March 16.

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A Piece Of Paper. Los Angeles. 1990 March 23.

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A Piece Of Paper. Eagle Rock. 1990 May 4.

Scope and Content

For this issue, the masthead changed to "Poetry and Prose Each Week For L.A. Coffeehouses." Additionally, the editor of record is now Rafael FJ Alvarado.
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A Piece Of Paper. Eagle Rock. 1990 May 11.

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A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 July 13.

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A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 July 27.

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A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 August 10.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 August 24.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 September 7.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 September 14.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 September 21.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. Glendale. 1990 September 28.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. El Monte. 1991 February 22.

Scope and Content Note

For this issue, the masthead reads, "Seminal Life Press presents . . ." and the editor is now Brian Ha.
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A Piece Of Paper. El Monte. 1991 March 1.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. El Monte. 1991 March 8.

Box 138, Folder 5

A Piece Of Paper. El Monte. 1991 June 28.

Box 138, Folder 6

Phony Lid Publications. Los Angeles. 2001 Summer/Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog announces the release of Griffin's collection of poems, Unborn Again.
Box 138, Folder 7

Picturing Gotham. New York. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

This Hirschl & Adler Galleries catalog is for this exhibition of New York City through the Eyes of Its Artists.
Box 138, Folder 8

Playboy, v. 19, no. 12. Chicago. 1972 December.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features poetry by Lawrence Durrell and Robert Graves and an interview with Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.
Box 138, Folder 9

Poesflesh, v. 1, no. 2. Pittsburgh. 1991 October.

Box 138, Folder 10

Poesy, no. 18. Santa Cruz. 2002 Fall.

Box 138, Folder 10

Poesy, no. 29. Santa Cruz. 2005 Summer.

Box 138, Folder 10

Poesy, no. 32. Santa Cruz. undated.

Box 139, Folder 1

Poetry, v. 60, no. 11. Chicago. 1942 May.

Box 139, Folder 1

Poetry, v. 67, no. 5. Chicago. 1946 February.

Box 139, Folder 1

Poetry, v. 81, no. 6. Chicago. 1953 March.

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Poetry, v. 84, no. 1. Chicago. 1954 April.

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Poetry, v. 84, no. 2. Chicago. 1954 May.

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Poetry, v. 84, no. 4. Chicago. 1954 July.

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Poetry, v. 84, no. 6. Chicago. 1954 September.

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Poetry, v. 85, no. 1. Chicago. 1954 October.

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Poetry, v. 85, no. 2. Chicago. 1954 November.

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Poetry, v. 85, no. 3. Chicago. 1954 December.

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Poetry, v. 85, no. 5. Chicago. 1955 February.

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Poetry, v. 85, no. 6. Chicago. 1955 March.

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Poetry, v. 86, no. 1. Chicago. 1955 April.

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Poetry, v. 86, no. 2. Chicago. 1955 May.

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Poetry, v. 86, no. 3. Chicago. 1955 June.

Box 139, Folder 4

Poetry, v. 91, no. 3. Chicago. 1957 December.

Box 139, Folder 4

Poetry, v. 99, no. 1. Chicago. 1961 October.

Box 139, Folder 5

The Poetry Conspiracy, v. 6.8. San Diego. 1996.

Box 139, Folder 6

Poetry Flash, no. 242. Berkeley. 1993 May/June.

Scope and Content Note

This Poetry Review and Literary Calendar for the West features an interview with Jessica Hagedorn and a preview of literary cabaret BEAT.
Box 139, Folder 7

Poetry LA, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1981 Spring/Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This publication is signed by Laurel Ann Bogen.
Box 139, Folder 8

Poetry News, no. 6. Venice. 1981 March.

Scope and Content Note

This Beyond Baroque Foundation publication presents a calendar and reviews of Southern California readings and publications. Contributors include Dennis Cooper, Alexandra Garrett, and Amy Gerstler.
Box 139, Folder 8

Poetry News, no. 10. Venice. 1981 July.

Box 139, Folder 8

Poetry News, no. 14. Venice. 1981 November.

Box 139, Folder 9

Poetry Sheet, no. 9. Eugene. 1985.

Processing Information note

These were removed from publisher Regan Lee's correspondence with Griffin for placement within this series.
Box 139, Folder 9

Poetry Sheet, no. 10. Eugene. 1985.

Box 139, Folder 9

Poetry Sheet, no. 11. Eugene. 1986.

Box 139, Folder 10

Poets & Writers, v. 16, no. 1. New York. 1988 January/February.

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Poets & Writers, v. 18, no. 5. New York. 1990 September/October.

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Poets & Writers, v. 19, no. 1. New York. 1991 January/February.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Clarence Major.
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Poets & Writers, v. 19, no. 2. New York. 1991 March/April.

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Poets & Writers, v. 19, no. 4. New York. 1991 July/August.

Box 140, Folder 2

Poets & Writers, v. 21, no. 6. New York. 1993 November/December.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes the feature "Zora Neale Hurston and Eatonville: A Friendship of 100 Years."
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poetsfeet, v. 3, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1991 March.

Box 140, Folder 4

Point, v. 2, no. 1. Denver. 1991 Winter.

Box 140, Folder 4

Point, v. 2, no. 2. Denver. 1991 Spring.

Box 140, Folder 5

Poison Ivy. Los Angeles. 1994 Summer - 1995 Summer/Fall.

Scope and Content Note

The premiere issue of this literary magazine by women is edited and published by Leslie Price. 1995 Summer/Fall issue features interviews with Wanda Coleman and Pleasant Gehman.
Box 140, Folder 6

Potpourri & Roses, v. 1, no. 7. Los Angeles. 1999 June/July.

Box 140, Folder 7

Presa, no. 1. Rockford. 2005 Fall.

Box 140, Folder 7

Presa, no. 2. Rockford. 2006 Winter.

Box 140, Folder 8

ProFUN Magazine. Los Angeles. undated.

Scope and Content Note

"Poster Wars" by Eddie Rivera and Benjamin Krepack chronicles the arrest of two members of The Intelligence in Chinatown for posting band flyers. This article focuses on the LAPD abuse of punks and mentions venues such as Madame Wong's and the Hong Kong Cafe.
Box 152, Folder 3

Publik Enema, no. 3. Long Beach. undated.

Box 140, Folder 9

PUG, no. 0. Hollywood. 1994.

Scope and Content

This collection of "art werk" by Louie Metz is signed to Griffin by Metz.
Box 140, Folder 10

Pulse, no. 1. Tucson. 1968 November.

Scope and Content Note

According to editor Norman Moser, this broadside will be published every few weeks via Illuminations Press.
Box 140, Folder 11

Puppet Terror, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 2002 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine edited by Pleasant Gehman, Iris Berry, and Shawna Kenney is for anyone who's ever been terrorized by or terrorized others with puppets.
Box 140, Folder 12

Pure Filth, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1991 January.

Scope and Content Note

This L.A. punk rock magazine features poetry by Justice Howard and Billy Childish as well as interviews with Jack Baker and The Mummies.
Box 140, Folder 13

Rabble-A Pamphlet Series, no. 2. 1998 January.

Scope and Content Note

This pamphlet contains a novel excerpt by Linda Janakos and poems by Doren Robbins.
Box 140, Folder 14

RALPH, no. 23. Vancouver. 1994 December.

Scope and Content Note

This coffee, jazz, and poetry zine was written and silk screened one page at a time on 1950s Gestetner duplicating machines by Ralph Alfonso. This folder also contains a letter to Griffin from Alfonso with a black and white photo of Alfonso and friends.
Box 140, Folder 14

RALPH, no. 45. Vancouver. 1997 April-March.

Box 140, Folder 14

RALPH, no. 48. Vancouver. 1998 January.

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RALPH, no. 49. Vancouver. 1998 March.

Box 140, Folder 14

RALPH, no. 51. Vancouver. 1999.

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RALPH, no. 52. Vancouver. 1999.

Box 153, Folder 10

Rampike. Toronto. 1990.

Scope and Content

The cover features "10 Gauge City" by William S. Burroughs.
Box 141, Folders 1-2

Rats With Keys. Los Angeles. circa 1984-1993.

Biographical/Historical note

According to Griffin, this zine was created and distributed randomly by Eric Brown and a group referred to as the Nadeau crowd because many of them lived in a house at the end of Nadeau Court in South Central Los Angeles. Many members were UCLA or USC film students, artists, and writers. Rats was a DIY zine created by the group. Everyone contributed anonymously. Griffin, Scott Wannberg, and Mike M. Mollett were a few of the contributors. The Nadeau crew ultimately evolved into the core of Los Angeles Cacophony when Rev Al arrived on the scene.

Scope and Content Note

These folders contain thirteen issues of this anonymous zine.
Box 141, Folder 3

Rattle, v. 2, no. 1. Sherman Oaks. 1996 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Aleida Rodriguez and begins with Charles Bukowski's "The Laughing Heart."
Box 141, Folder 4

The Rattler, no. 1. Hollywood. 1982 May.

Scope and Content Note

This publication edited by Heather Susan Haley includes contributions from Irene Carlson, Exene Cervenka, Michael Pace, and Sadie Woods.
Box 141, Folder 4

The Rattler, no. 2. Hollywood. 1983 May.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes work by the following: Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Michael Hyatt, Doug Knott, Mike M. Mollett, Suzanne Gardner, and Gary Leonard.
Box 141, Folder 4

The Rattler, no. 3. Los Angeles. circa 1985.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes the following contributors: Robin Carr, Vicki Jade, Victor Noel, Thea Other, and Anni Jackson. There is a Cult of the Face broadside within an envelope inscribed "For You" which is tucked inside this issue. The broadside attribution is Piepol/Nexus, copyright 1985.
Box 141, Folder 5

Rattlesnake Review, no. 19. Pollock Pines. 2008.

Box 141, Folder 6

Read, no. 18. Los Angeles. 1989.

Box 141, Folder 7

Read A Banned Book. Chicago. 1998.

Biographical/Historical note

This catalog was created for the the seventeenth annual celebration of the freedom to read in honor of Banned Books Week 1998.
Box 141, Folder 8

Readymaid. Los Angeles. 1999.

Box 153, Folder 11

Real Deal Magazine, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1989.

Scope and Content

This folder also contains "The Real Deal Man Questionnaire" which includes questions about jail time, killing and raping women, homosexuality and racial slurs.
Box 141, Folder 9

The Realist, no. 100. Venice. 1986 January-February.

Biographical/Historical note

This publication is edited by Paul Krassner and published bi-monthly. However, according to subscription information, "It may go monthly but don't time your menstrual periods by us yet."
Box 141, Folder 9

The Realist, no. 101. Venice. 1986 May-June.

Box 141, Folder 9

The Realist, no. 111. Venice. 1990 Winter.

Box 141, Folder 9

The Realist, no. 114. Venice. 1990 Fall.

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The Realist, no. 120. Venice. 1992 Summer.

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The Realist, no. 141. Venice. 1999 Spring.

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The Realist, no. 142. Venice. 1999 Autumn.

Box 141, Folder 10

The Realist, no. 143. Venice. 2000 Spring.

Box 141, Folder 11

Real Life Comix, no. 2. Los Angeles. circa 1985.

Scope and Content Note

The inside cover is signed by Bob Clark.
Box 141, Folder 12

Real Life In A Big City, no. 20. Los Angeles. 1989 September.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features the infamous Sophia Loren side-eye photo with Jayne Mansfield's cleavage on the cover.

Biographical/Historical note

This zine is published monthly by editrix Debi Dip.
Box 141, Folder 12

Real Life In A Big City, no. 27. Los Angeles. 1990 June.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with the Miracle Workers
Box 141, Folder 12

Real Life In A Big City, no. 38. Los Angeles. 1991 May.

Scope and Content Note

The Complaint Department's focus in on Club Lingerie. This rant is entitled, "How To Get Kicked Out Of A Club You Don't Want To Be At Anyway."
Box 141, Folder 13

Real Stuff, no. 2. Seattle. 1991 March.

Scope and Content Note

This Dennis P. Eichhorn comic includes reader correspondence from Charles Bukowski.
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The Real World Press, v. 1, no. 1. Santa Cruz. 1993 August 25.

Scope and Content

This folder includes correspondence from publisher Daniel Yaryan, producer of Sparring With Beatnik Ghosts.
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The Real World Press, v. 1, no. 2. Santa Cruz. 1993 October.

Box 193, Folder 12

The Real World Press, v. 1, no. 3. Santa Cruz. 1993 November.

Box 141, Folder 14

Red Dancefloor, v. 1, no. 4. Canoga Park. 1991 March.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features poets from the Iguana Cafe, also known as Iguanaland, a Los Angeles venue, bookstore, and cafe where the poetry community hosts readings, performances and open mike nights.
Box 141, Folder 15

Red Hot Mama, no. 2. Fullerton. 1998 Summer.

Box 142, Folder 1

Redtape, no. 7. New York. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to David Wojnarowicz and features work from Wojnarowicz, Julie Ducet, Holly Anderson, Maggie Estep, and Gregory Corso.
Box 142, Folder 2

Remark, no. 53. Kircubbin. 2007 April.

Biographical/Historical note

Remark was started by Justin Barrett in 1988 and taken over by Kathleen Paul-Flanagan in 2005.
Box 142, Folder 3

Renaissance, v. 1, no. 2. San Francisco. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine is edited by John Bryan.
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Renaissance. St. Augustine. undated.

Box 142, Folder 4

RE/Search, no. 8/9. San Francisco. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

This issue published and edited by Andrea Juno and V. Vale is focused on the work of J.G. Ballard.
Box 142, Folder 4

RE/Search, no. 13. San Francisco. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

This issue published and edited by Andrea Juno and V. Vale is focused on the work of "Angry Women" such as Kathy Acker, Diamanda Galas, Bell Hooks, Sapphire, Annie Sprinkle, Lydia Lunch, and Wanda Coleman.
Box 142, Folder 5

REVUE, v. 2, no. 3. Loveland. 1992 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features "Into the Light: The Intrinsic Nature of Angelo de Benedetto" by Marcia Ward. This article is signed to Griffin by Ward.
Box 142, Folder 6

Richmond Guide. Richmond. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Richmond (Surrey) Chamber of Commerce Yearbook.
Box 142, Folder 7

Richmond Rockets Girls. Richmond. 2012.

Scope and Content Note

This is the swimsuit calendar signed to Griffin by many of the dancers who appear within.
Box 142, Folder 8

The Rise And The Fall Of The Harbor Area, no. 7. San Pedro. 2006 May-August.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an early history of San Pedro Punk as well as Hank's Ghetto, poems by Charles Bukowski.
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The Rise And The Fall Of The Harbor Area, no. 9. San Pedro. 2007 January-April.

Scope and Content

This issue features an interview with Keith Morris as well as Hank's Ghetto, poems by Charles Bukowski.
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The Rise And The Fall Of The Harbor Area, no. 11. San Pedro. 2007 December.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Joel Morales of Dios Mal Os as well as Hank's Ghetto, poems by Charles Bukowski.
Box 142, Folder 9

The Rise And The Fall Of The Harbor Area, no. 13. San Pedro. 2009 May-August.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features an interview with Todd Congelliere of Recess Records as well as Hank's Ghetto, poems by Charles Bukowski.
Box 142, Folder 10

Rising. London. undated.

Scope and Content

Nos. 19, 21, 22.
Box 143, Folder 1

River Visions. Los Angeles. 2000 June .

Scope and Content Note

This catalog is presented by The Arroyo Arts Collective for an exhibit of photographs, documentation and video of the April 29-30 artists' installations along the Los Angeles River. The L.A. Mudpeople entertaining children appear on page 15.
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Rocks Off, v. 2. Los Angeles. circa 1988.

Box 143, Folder 3

Rocky Mountain Arsenal of the Arts, v. 4, no. 1, 3-5. Denver. 1989 Spring - 1990 September/October.

Box 143, Folder 4

Rohwedder, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1988 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This is the Latin America issue.
Box 153, Folder 12

Rolling Stone, no. 717. New York. 1995 September 21.

Scope and Content

This issue memorializes the death of Jerry Garcia (1942-1995).
Box 152, Folder 4

Rolling Stone. Hamburg. 1996 October.

Scope and Content

This issue includes a feature story on Charles Bukowski.
Box 152, Folder 5

Ronald A. Wilford Presents Marcel Marceau and His Partner Pierre Verry. New York. 1977.

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Rosebud Forum, v. 1, no. 4. Denver. 1987 Winter/Spring.

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Rough Draft, no. 51. San Francisco. 1990 December.

Scope and Content Note

This is the official organ of the San Francisco Cacophony Society.
Box 143, Folder 7

Royal Vagrant Review, v. 1, no. 2. Chattanooga. 1997.

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RR, no. 1. Gardiner. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

This zine was mailed to Griffin by its creator, mail artist R. Saunders.
Box 143, Folder 9

The Rusty Truck, no. 1. Poplar Bluff. 2010 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed to Griffin by F.N. Wright.
Box 152, Folder 6

The Sacramento Bee. Sacramento. 2011 August 23.

Scope and Content

Griffin's son, Spencer, is featured on the front page of the "Living Here" section.
Box 143, Folder 10

St. Vitus's Dance, v. 1, no. 3. Albuquerque. 2003.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine is edited by Theron Moore and Todd Moore. It is dedicated to S.A. Griffin and The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry.
Box 143, Folder 10

St. Vitus's Dance, v. 2, no. 1. Albuquerque. 2004.

Scope and Content

This issue includes work from the following writers: Tony Scibella, Gerald Locklin, RD Armstrong, Todd Moore, and Theron Moore.
Box 143, Folder 11

San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog was created for The Poetic Object exhibition. It is inscribed to Griffin from Lorraine Perrotta.
Box 143, Folder 12

San Fernando Poetry Journal, v. 12, no. 3. Northridge. undated.

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San Francisco Review, v. 1, no. 8. San Francisco. 1961 March.

Scope and Content Note

Three poems by Charles Bukowski appear in this issue.
Box 143, Folder 14

San Joaquin Review, v. 1, no. 1. Fresno. 1993 Spring.

Box 152, Folder 7

Santa Cruz Weekly, v. 3, no. 41. Santa Cruz. 2012 February 8-14.

Scope and Content

Wanda Coleman's appearance at Sparring With Beatnik Ghosts is featured on page 25.
Box 153, Folder 13

Santa Monica Mirror, v. 1, no. 22. Santa Monica. 1999 November 17-23.

Scope and Content

The front page of the Life & Arts section features an interview with Scott Wannberg.
Box 143, Folder 15

Satan Gone Wild, no. 1. Watertown. 2004.

Scope and Content Note

The cover of this comic is signed "Satan Loves S.A. Griffin" by Robert Steven Rhine.
Box 143, Folder 16

Saturday Afternoon Journal, no. 13. Los Angeles. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

This Flashback themed book is dedicated to "William S. Burroughs, Jerry Garcia, Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke, Timothy Leary, Michael O'Donoghue, Jerry Rubin, Terry Southern, Frank Zappa, and especially Richard M. Nixon, without whom none of this would have been necessary."
Box 143, Folder 17

Sauls. Santa Monica. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

This catalogue is for an exhibition of painting, sculpture and drawings at the Gille Mansillon Gallery. It is signed to Griffin "with love and specially for lovely wife."
Box 143, Folder 18

Savages, no. 1.5. San Diego. 1991 August 18.

Box 143, Folder 19

Scavenger, no. 4. La Jolla. circa 1960.

Scope and Content Note

This art and poetry magazine was produced and edited by Michael Dormer, Lee Teacher, and Jeanie Dormer. It was published by the Pour House, which is featured on the back cover as San Diego's first and finest coffee house.
Box 143, Folder 20

Scraps of Paper, no. 5. Fremont. 1998 Winter.

Box 143, Folder 21

Scream, v. 4, no. 1, whole number 6. Raleigh. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine features "Bukowski the Great" by Carroll Credle and two poems by Bukowski. This folder contains two copies, both of which are signed by Bukowski on the title page.
Box 144, Folder 1

Sculpture Gardens Review, v. 1, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1989.

Box 144, Folder 2

Second Coming, v. 5, no. 1. San Francisco. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Edited and published by A.D. Winans, this special Charles Bukowski, A.D. Winans, Ed "Foots" Lipman issue is dedicated to the memory of the late Ed Lipman.
Box 144, Folder 3

Second Coming, v. 18, no. 3. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This broadside serial features "the boll-weevil blues" by Tom House.
Box 144, Folder 4

The Seed, v. 1, no. 4. 2006.

Box 144, Folder 5

Social Comment Comics, no. 1. 1999.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed by Jim Caron.
Box 144, Folder 6

Sewage, no. 3. San Diego. 1991 December 13.

Box 144, Folder 7

Sex & Guts, no. 3. Glendale. 2001.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine of "cruel and unusual entertainment" is edited by Gene Gregorits and Lydia Lunch and signed by Gregorits.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 1. North Hollywood. 1985 September.

Biography/History

Griffin designed the layout/atomic clock for this "hands on" DIY Xerox newsletter/calendar. He describes his duties as "whatever they needed" from cut & paste up to inputting on the text, editing, distribution and collection, collating and folding.

Scope and Content

This premiere newsletter/calendar includes a letter from Shatterproof Press which states its desire to provide a complete guide to poetry events in Los Angeles since its "poetry scene has become as large and varied as that of New York or San Francisco."
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 2. North Hollywood. 1985 October.

Scope and Content

This issue features a piece on L.A. rock poets such as Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Chris D., Drew Steel, and Henry Rollins.
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Shattersheet, no. 3. Canoga Park. 1985 November.

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Shattersheet, no. 4. Canoga Park. 1985 December.

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Shattersheet, no. 5. Canoga Park. 1986 January.

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Shattersheet, no. 6. Canoga Park. 1986 February.

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Shattersheet, no. 7. Canoga Park. 1986 March.

Scope and Content

Laurel Ann Bogen's review of Henry Rollins' Two Thirteen Sixty One is divided into the following parts: Part I - I AM NOT AFRAID OF HENRY ROLLINS and Part II - THIS IS NOT ART.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 13. Canoga Park. 1986 October.

Scope and Content

This issue includes an announcement for The Lost Tribe performance at X=Art Gallery in West Hollywood.
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Shattersheet, no. 14. Canoga Park. 1986 November.

Scope and Content

The back cover features "The Luck of the Way" by Charles Bukowski.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 15. Canoga Park. 1986 December.

Scope and Content Note

"On Poetry, The Proletariat & Al's Bar" is a review of Jack Hirschman and Richard Meltzer. Charles Bukowski's "nothing's free, not even the sun..." appears on page 10.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 16. Canoga Park. 1987 January.

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Shattersheet, no. 18. Canoga Park. 1987 March.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes a flyer for a Shattersheet Reading Series event at BeBop Records in Reseda and a Charles Bukowski's "their night" on the back cover.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 20. Canoga Park. 1987 May.

Scope and Content Note

This newsletter includes flyers for readings at Bono Fortuna restaurant in Santa Monica, Beyond Baroque in Venice, and Bebop records in Reseda.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 21. Canoga Park. 1987 June.

Scope and Content Note

Scott Wannberg's "ballad of wounded dog" appears on page 11.
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Shattersheet, no. 25. Canoga Park. 1987 October.

Scope and Content Note

A directory of venues across Los Angeles appears on page 7 and Wanda Coleman's "Stone Rock Lady" is printed on the back cover.
Box 144, Folder 8

Shattersheet, no. 26. Canoga Park. 1987 November-December.

Scope and Content Note

This newsletter includes a piece about the Shatterproof Press Poetry Gathering in Elysian Park during which and award was presented to Griffin for "precise management of THE ATOMIC CLOCK and his excellent leadership in the fight to control BULLSHIT."
Box 144, Folder 9

Shithappy, no. 1. Los Angeles. circa 1990s.

Biographical/Historical note

This anarchist punk zine is created by Adam Bregman who found inspiration to create this publication after his column in his high school paper was censored because he advocated that the students organize and revolt against the school administration.
Box 144, Folder 9

Shithappy, no. 2. Los Angeles. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content

This issue features "Riot L.A!," "Masturbation is Liberation," and "Destroying the Workplace."
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Shithappy, no. 3. Los Angeles. circa 1990s.

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Shithappy, no. 3. Los Angeles. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes Bregman's "I Ran For Mayor Of L.A." and "The Bears."
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Shithappy, no. 4. Los Angeles. circa 1990s.

Scope and Content Note

This issue contains "A Long Convoluted Guide To L.A." complete with illustrations and clip art.
Box 144, Folder 10

Shocking Illustrated. Los Angeles. undated.

Box 153, Folder 14

SHOW, v. 3, no. 7. New York. 1963 July.

Scope and Content

This issue features "Visions of Gerard" by Jack Kerouac.
Box 144, Folder 11

(sic). Los Angeles. 1991.

Biographical/Historical note

The creator of this publication ceased publishing after he found out about Griffin's publication of the same name.
Box 153, Folder 15

SIC, no. 2. Venice. 2011 May.

Scope and Content

This broadside was published by Rafael FJ Alvarado at Beyond Baroque.
Box 144, Folder 12

Sidewalk Visions, v. 1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1989-1990 Winter.

Biographical/Historical note

This publication is funded by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Cultural Affairs Department.

Scope and Content Note

This publication consists of poetry and prose by Los Angeles' homeless.
Box 144, Folder 12

Sidewalk Visions, v. 1, no. 2. Los Angeles. 1990 Spring.

Box 144, Folder 13

The Silt Reader, no. 1. Orange. 2000.

Scope and Content

This publication is edited by Robert Roden and Barton M. Sauders and published by Temporary Vandalism Recordings.
Box 144, Folder 13

The Silt Reader, no. 6. Orange. 2004.

Box 144, Folder 14

Simone Gad. Fresno. Santa Monica. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog documents two of Gad's solo exhibits: TV Trays and Chairs at the Fresno Museum of Contemporary Art and Self Portraits and Movie Stars at the Robert Berman/B-1 Gallery.
Box 144, Folder 15

Siren's Silence, v. 1, no. 4. Philadelphia. 1997 December/January.

Box 144, Folder 16

Six-Pack, no. 3. Bear. circa 2004-2005.

Scope and Content Note

This pack includes signed work by the following poets: Ronald Baatz, justin.barrett, Richard Krech, Adrian Manning, R. Reed Nesbitt, and F.N. Wright.

Biographical/Historical note

These Bottle of Smoke Press packs of six miniature broadsides were designed and letterpressed by Bill Roberts for friends of the press.
Box 144, Folder 16

Six-Pack, no. 4. Bear. circa 2004-2005.

Scope and Content

This pack includes signed work by the following poets: Gary Aposhian, Geoffrey M. Barber, Karl Koweski, t.l. kryss, Ann Menebroker, and Charles Plymell.
Box 144, Folder 16

Six-Pack, no. 4. Bear. circa 2004-2005.

Scope and Content Note

This pack includes signed work by the following poets: Christopher Cunningham, Henry Denander, Nathan Graziano, C. Allen Rearick, Mark Terrill, and Scott Wannberg.
Box 144, Folder 17

Slut Mag, no. 4. New York. 1991 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is signed by Justice Howard and includes The Official Slut Mag Bookmark and Ruler.
Box 144, Folder 18

Small Press Review, v. 38, no. 3-4 (398-399). Paradise. 2006 March-April.

Box 144, Folder 19

Smegma, no. 3. New York. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine printed by Tower Press is focused on sex and includes a sheet of Smegma stickers.
Box 144, Folder 20

The Smith, no. 28. New York. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

This special issue contains Only Just Above The Ground by Stuart Z. Perkoff. It is inscribed to John Thomas: "Dear John, More words to add to the pile. Love, Stuart."
Box 144, Folder 21

Smut, v. 1, no. 1. Canoga Park. undated.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features poetry by Juliette Torrez and short story "Muffdivers" by Sushi.
Box 144, Folder 22

Sonic Soul's Retina, no. 10. Phoenix. 1996 January-February.

Box 144, Folder 22

Sonic Soul's Retina, no. 17. Baltimore. 1997 March-April.

Box 145, Folder 1

Spazz, v. 1, no. 6. Reseda. 1993 September.

Box 145, Folder 1

Spazz, v. 1, no. 12. Reseda. 1994.

Box 145, Folder 2

Specimen 73. Pasadena. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog edited by Paul Vangelisti features 12 poets for the season 1973-1974. According to Vangelisti's introduction, "Their work sustains what I find are the most serious questions about the craft and song implicit in the words we inhabit here in Los Angeles. Poets include the following: Stuart Z. Perkoff, Charles Wright, Holly Prado, Charles Bukowski, Alvaro Cardona-Hine, Ronald Koertge, Barbara Hughes, Jack Hirschman, Robert Peters, Gerda Penfold, Paul Vangelisti, and John Thomas.
Box 145, Folder 3

Spiegelman's Mailart Rag, v. 1, no. 3. Los Angeles. 1985 September.

Box 145, Folder 3

Spiegelman's Mailart Rag, v. 1, no. 4. Los Angeles. 1986 December.

Scope and Content Note

This cover of this issue includes a note from Lon Spiegelman to Griffin.
Box 145, Folder 4

Spillway, v.1, no. 1. Los Angeles. 1993 Summer.

Biographical/Historical note

Spillway: A New Direction in Poetry was published by Bombshelter Press. Jack Grapes founded this press with the goal of publishing poems by Beyond Baroque Workshop members.
Box 145, Folder 4

Spillway, no. 6. Los Angeles. 1997 Fall/Winter.

Box 145, Folder 5

Squawk, no. 44. Cambridge. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

This magazine of the Naked City Coffeehouse features an interview with Marian Streetpeople.
Box 145, Folder 6

Staplegun Press. Birmingham. 1999 - 2002.

Scope and Content

No. 7. (Summer/Fall 1999), no. 9. (Spring/Summer 2000), no. 11 (Spring 2001), no. 12 (Summer 2001), no. 14 (Summer 2002).
Box 193, Folder 13

Star. Tarrytown. 1989 May 2.

Box 145, Folder 7

Stew Art, no. 2. San Diego. 1991 November 11.

Scope and Content Note

This punk feminist zine describes itself as "a special little space for poems, art, and miscellaneous thought."
Box 145, Folder 8

Stick, v. 1, no. 1-2 Golden. 1989 January, 1990 January .

Box 145, Folder 9

Sticky Green's Zine. nos. [1] - 3, Los Angeles. undated.

Box 145, Folder 10

Stiletto, no. 1. Kansas City. 1989 April.

Scope and Content Note

This issue includes the work of Diane DiPrima, William Burroughs, Denise Low, Andrei Codrescu, Gloria Vando, Michael Rapier, Anne Waldman, and David Ray. It is illustrated with drawings from the late James Dean Pruner and contains an in memoriam piece for Pruner by Tony Allard.
Box 146, Folder 1

Still Breathing, v. 1-3. Los Angeles. 1996-1997.

Scope and Content Note

This zine by Robin Rumack is published by Madhouse Publishing and features poems, wit, art, sarcasm, short stories, essays, a review or two, and guest artists.
Box 146, Folder 2

A Student's Guide to Protesting. San Francisco. 1993 August.

Box 146, Folder 3

STUFF, no. 2. Pittsburgh. 1998 November.

Box 146, Folder 4

Stupid Comics, v. 1, no. 2. Orange. 2003 October.

Scope and Content

Both copies of this comic book are accompanied by a DJ Z-Trip compact disc entitled For Those About To Vote We Salute You. The liner notes explain that this mix was originally performed live at the Root Down in Los Angeles shortly before the start of the war.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Two Compact Discs (CDs).
FILE CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 146, Folder 5

Subculture Magazine, no. 4. Whittier. 1994 September/October.

Scope and Content Note

This bimonthly journal dedicated to Latino culture, music and lifestyle is published and edited by Steve Martinez and includes features on El Grito, Joe Servantez, JV the "Nayba'Hood Queen," and Proposition 187, the "Save Our State" initiative.
Box 146, Folder 6

Suitcase, v. 1, no. 1-2. Los Angeles. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

This "journal of transcultural traffic" is signed to Griffin by founder/editor/designer Babak Nahid.
Box 146, Folder 7

Sulfur, v. 2, no. 1, issue 4. Pasadena. 1982.

Box 146, Folder 7

Sulfur, v. 10, no. 2, issue 27. Pasadena. 1990.

Box 146, Folder 8

Sunset Palms Hotel, v. 1, no. 2. Santa Monica. 1973 Summer.

Biographical/Historical note

Michael C. Ford's Mt. Alverno Press published nine issues of Sunset Palms Hotel between 1973 and 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Michael C. Ford edited this issue with Bill Yaryan and Colman Andrews. This issue features "more used cars and more racket gals exposed." The title page features the following words from James Jameson: "The Sunset Palms hotel/ Or the Hollywood Psalms hotel/ Or the smell of hell motel/ Go tell your name/ Los Angeles."
Box 146, Folder 8

Sunset Palms Hotel, v. 1, no. 3. Santa Monica. 1973 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This charted and uncharted territories issue includes travelogues by the following: Ahmos Zu Bolton III, Eloise Klein Healy, Manuel Bandeira, Douglas Blazek, and Ronald Koertge.
Box 146, Folder 8

Sunset Palms Hotel, v. 2, no. 4. Santa Monica. 1974 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This Electric Academic issue includes poems from the following guests: Luis Campos, Wanda Coleman, Eloise Klein Healy, Tom Waits, Alison Sky, and Ronald Koertge. This issue features pen and ink drawings on the cover and within by Charles Bukowski.-
Box 146, Folder 8

Sunset Palms Hotel, v. 2, no. 5. Santa Monica. 1974 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This Murder in the Academy issue is dedicated to Stuart Z. Perkoff and includes work by Harry E Northup, Liza Williams, Michael McClure, Miriam Simos, and William Pillin.
Box 146, Folder 8

Sunset Palms Hotel, v. 3, no. 6. Santa Monica. 1975 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This Silent Movies issue is dedicated to the memory of Lawrence Lipton and includes work by Bob Greenfield, F.A. Nettlebeck, Bill Morrison, Gerald Locklin, Charles R. Hockett, Brad Darby, and Lyn Lifshin.
Box 146, Folder 9

Sushi By The Pool, no. 2. Canoga Park. undated.

Box 146, Folder 10

Swill. Claremont. undated.

Scope and Content Note

Swill is a publication produced by students of Pomona College.
Box 146, Folder 11

Synaesthesia, no. 4. Hickory. 1991.

Box 146, Folder 12

The Tale Of: "God To The Rescue Of The Earth!" no. 1. Los Angeles. 1991 January 20.

Box 146, Folder 13

Tales From The Zone. Los Angeles. 1991 - 1999.

Biographical/Historical note

This is the official newsletter of the L.A. Cacophony Society. According to the front page, the Society's members state the following: "We are the new merry pranksters providing an escape hatch for people caught up in the grid of modern life. The Cacophony Society has no rules and no leaders. You may already be a member!"

Scope and Content

1991 (January and July/August), no. 4 (undated), no. 6 (1991 December), no. 10 (1992 April), no. 14 (1992 August), no. 16 (1992 October), no. 20 (1993 February), no. 29 (1993 November), no. 30 (1993 December), no. 32 (1994 February), no. 43 (1995 January), no. 47-48 (1995 May-June), no. 56 (1996 February), no. 63 (1996 October), no. 64 (1996 November), no. 71 (1996 June), no. 86 (1998 September), no. 87 (1998 October), no. 98 (1999 September).
Box 147, Folder 1

A Taste Of Justice, v. 1, no. 1. Hollywood. 1990 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

Poems by Justice Howard.
Box 147, Folder 1

A Taste Of Justice, v. 1, no. 2. Hollywood. 1990 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

"Memoirs While Reaching Up To Play Handball On The Curb" by Justice Howard.
Box 147, Folder 2

Tears In The Fence, no. 44-46, 48-49. Blandford Forum. circa 2007-2009.

Box 147, Folder 4

Temper, v. 1. 1992.

Box 147, Folder 5

Testicle Pressure, v. 8, no. 1. Rego Park. 1994 August.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

One audiocassette.
FILE CONTAINS AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS: Audiovisual materials in this collection will require assessment and possible digitization for safe access. To review these audiovisual materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.

Scope and Content Note

This zine is accompanied by a Propulsion Records Exploitation audiocassette.
Box 147, Folder 6

Theatre Historical Society of America, no. 14. Elmhurst. 1987.

Box 147, Folder 6

Theatre Historical Society of America, no. 30. Elmhurst. 2003.

Box 147, Folder 7

the-hold.com, no. 35. Deptford. 2000 August.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is dedicated to Michael McNeilley.
Box 147, Folder 8

Third Lung Review, no. 3, 4, 6, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17-19. Conover. 1988-90, 1994-97.

Biography/History

Third Lung Review began as an annual publication that coincided with the Third Lung Press Poetry Contest.
Box 148, Folder 1

This Is Important, no. 10. Los Angeles. 1985.

Biographical/Historical note

Illuminati is Peter Schneidre's small press handle. According to Griffin, Schneidre published hundreds and hundreds of quality titles in his time.

Scope and Content Note

This issue is edited by F.A. Nettelbeck and published by Illuminati. It contains work by John Levin, Susan Osterman, Jack Micheline, Ron Androla, Mitchell Rhodes, and Todd Moore.
Box 148, Folder 2

Thought, no. 1. 2000 April.

Scope and Content Note

This publication features an excerpt from a history paper written by a cat on LSD.
Box 148, Folder 3

Thought For Food, editions 3 and 4. Los Angeles. circa 1989.

Scope and Content Note

This zine was created by Exene Cervenka.
Box 148, Folder 4

Time, v. 73, no. 6. Chicago. 1959 February 9.

Box 148, Folder 4

Time. New York. 2001 September 11.

Box 148, Folder 5

Tits & Clits, no. 7. Berkeley. 1987 November.

Scope and Content Note

This comic was created by Joyce Farmer and Mary Fleener.
Box 148, Folder 6

Tobey C. Moss Gallery. Los Angeles. 2005.

Scope and Content Note

This catalog is the From George Herms With Love exhibition of Assemblage, Collage, and Prints from the last of the Los Angeles "Beat" Culture. This catalog is signed by George Herms.
Box 148, Folder 7

Toltec Poetry Review. North Hollywood. 1990 July/August - November/December.

Scope and Content Note

This program/journal focuses on "Free, Positive, Constructive, and Supportive" poetry workshops at the Lankershim Arts Center.
Box 148, Folder 8

Too Much Coffee Man Full Color Special, no. 1. Austin. 1996 July.

Box 148, Folder 9

Tortilla, v. 2. Maywood. 1994 Winter.

Biographical/Historical note

Tortilla is a non-profit publication created and funded by Aida Salazar. It is published and distributed quarterly,

Scope and Content Note

This is a Chicano/Lation based publication with contributors such as Eddie Torres, La Malinche, Sly, Ricardo Nathaniel Santos, Heather Gonzalez, Alma Rosa Alvarez, and Ruth Razo.
Box 148, Folder 10

Traffic Report. Santa Monica. 1998 April.

Scope and Content Note

This 18th Street Art Complex publication includes a feature on Self Help Graphics and work by Luis Alfaro, Pleasant Gehman, Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca, Barbara J. Genovese, Ellyn Maybe, and Eric C. Wat.
Box 148, Folder 11

Transit, no. 1. North Coventry. 1993 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication includes writing by Charles Bukowski, Jack Micheline, Charles Plymell, and John Montgomery.
Box 148, Folder 11

Transit, no. 2. North Coventry. 1993 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication includes writing by Charles Bukowski, Jack Micheline, Jack Kerouac, and Anne Waldman.
Box 148, Folder 11

Transit, no. 3. North Coventry. 1993 Late Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication is a Jack Kerouac Special issue.
Box 148, Folder 11

Transit, no. 4. North Coventry. 1993 Autumn.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication is the Carolyn Cassady interview issue.
Box 148, Folder 11

Transit, no. 5. North Coventry. 1994 early.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication includes writing from Charles Bukowski, Jack Kerouac, and Philip Whalen.
Box 148, Folder 11

Transit, no. 7. North Coventry. 1996 November.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication features writing by Diane di Prima, A.D. Winans, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Anne Waldman, and Edie Kerouac Parker.
Box 148, Folder 12

Transit, no. 9. North Coventry. 1999 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication features writing by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Diane di Prima, Gerald Nicosia, Janine Pommy Vega, and Linda King.
Box 148, Folder 12

Transit, no. 10. North Coventry. 2002 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication features writing by Charles Bukowski, Michael McClure, Anne Waldman, Aram Saroyan, Charles Plymell, A.D. Winans, Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady, and Billy Childish.
Box 148, Folder 12

Transit, no. 11. North Coventry. 2002 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This Beat Scene publication features writing by Michael McClure, Joanne Kyger, Janine Pommy Vega, Charles Plymell, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
Box 148, Folder 13

Trngkt, no. 1. 2009 May.

Box 148, Folder 14

Tsunami, v. 2, no. 2. Venice. 1989 Spring.

Scope and Content Note

Tsunami is published by Earthquake Press and includes writing from Amy Uyematsu, Cherry Jean Vasconcellos, Marcia Cohee, and Denise Dumars.
Box 148, Folder 14

Tsunami, v. 3, no. 1. Venice. 1990 Winter.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features "The Next Wave" in which the editors discuss the last fifteen years of poetry in Los Angeles.
Box 148, Folder 14

Tsunami, v. 3, no. 2. Venice. 1990 Summer.

Scope and Content Note

This issue features work from Paula Thompson, Regina Rocca, Laurel Ann Bogen, Michael C. Ford, Lisa D. Chavez, and Ellyn Maybe.
Box 148, Folder 15

Turning The Tide, v. 27, no. 1. Culver City. 2014 January-March.

Biographical/Historical note

This journal is published by the Inter-Communal Solidarity Committee.
Box 193, Folder 15

TV Click. Portland. 1989 October 15-21.

Box 152, Folder 8

Twin Palms Publishers. Santa Fe. 1993.

Box 148, Folder 16

Under Pant, v. 2. 1999.

Scope and Content

Poems and illustrations by Paddy Campanaro.
Box 148, Folder 17

The Understated, no. 3. Los Angeles. 2002 March.

Box 148, Folder 18

The ULC News, v. 36, no. 5. Modesto. 1998 Fall.

Scope and Content Note

This Universal Life Church (ULC) newsletter is published quarterly from the ULC's international headquarters in Modesto, California.
Box 149, Folder 1

The Unquiet Desperation, v. 1, no. 13. 2007 May.

Box 149, Folder 2

Unt-Cay, no. 0. 1994.

Box 149, Folder 3

UnTV, no. 1. Glendale. 1992 Fall.

Box 149, Folder 4

Up On The Roof, v. 1, no. 4. Denver. undated.

Biographical/Historical note

Up On The Roof is the magazine of the Urban Peak Creative Writing Workshop.