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JOHNSON, Ray, Anna Banana, et al.
JOHNSON, Ray, Anna Banana, et al.
JOHNSON, Ray, Anna Banana, et al.
JOHNSON, Ray, Anna Banana, et al.

JOHNSON, Ray, Anna Banana, et al.

...and then ē says to me...

[ē : artists lit. mag., vol. #1]. NY: *, 1979. [22]pp; illus. 8vo; saddle-stapled in printed wraps. About fine.

The first (and as far as we can determine the only) issue of this zine-like periodical dedicated to poetry, concrete writing, and other literary works by artists. Ray Johnson contributes a self-reflexive page about how little he has to say in a literary magazine, and Anna Banana supplies two works of visual poetry. Other contributors are Tommy Mew, Steven Durland, Eleanor Kent, Lady Bug, Marie Sarapata, and Bill Doherty. Ray Johnson's contribution is addressed to "Bill," suggesting that Doherty may have been responsible for producing the work, though we have been unable to verify that hypothesis. Scarce; none in the trade, and only two verifiable copies located through OCLC.

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