Salted in the Shell.
Edited by Gary Lawless.
Nos. 1–23 (1971–78). Vol. 1, no. 3 is a special joint issue of Cat Mousam Journal and Salted in the Shell.
Edited by James Haining.
Vol. 1–vol. 4, no. 1/2 (1969–80).
The San Francisco Public Library:
A Publishing House.
San Francisco Synapse.
Edited by D.R. Hazelton.
Nos. 1–4 (1964–May 1965). No. 4 is the “San Francisco Issue.”
Willimantic and Bethlehem, Connecticut.
Edited by Paul Wolfe and Peter Bertolette.
Nos. 1–6 (1976–80).
Edited by Simon Pettet.
Vol. I, nos. 1–4–vol. II, no. 1/2 (the New York City issue) (1977–Summer 1978). 5 issues.
Cullompton, Devon, England.
Edited by Martha Hellion, Felipe Ehrenberg, and David Mayor.
Nos. 1–8 (1972–78).
Edited by Carter Ratcliff.
Sole issue (1969).
Edited by Jack A. Napes.
No. 1, sole issue (Jan. 1968).
Edited by Hoa Nguyen (nos. 1–10) and Dale Smith (nos. 2–10).
Nos. 1–10 (Autumn 1998–Winter 2003/4).
Edited by Miroljub Todorović.
Nos. 1–8/9 (1970–73).
The Silver Cesspool.
Edited by d.a. levy.
Nos. 1–5 (1963–64).
London, England, New York City, and Lake Toxaway, North Carolina.
Edited by Pierre Joris, W. R. Prescott, and Victoria Smitter.
Nos. 1–9 (1972–Fall 1975). Nos. 3/4 and 7/8 are double issues. No. 7/8 is “The Special Paul Blackburn Issue.” No. 5 is edited by Bill Sherman.
Edited by Diane Wakoski and Harry Lewis.
Nos. 1–3 (1965).
Something Else Newsletter.
Edited by Dick Higgins.
Vol. 1, no. 1–vol. 3, no. 3 (1966–83).
Edited by Steve Abbott.
Nos. 1–4 (1980–85).
Edited by Douglas and Kathy Casement.
Vol. 1, nos. 1–2 (1965–66). No. 1 includes the pamphlet Petite Country Concrete Suite by Jonathan Williams; no. 2 includes Heroin Haikus by William Wantling.
Edited by Karl Young.
Nos. 1–5 (1972–78).
Edited by Nicholas Zurbrugg.
Nos. 1–8/10 (1969–82).
Stolen Paper Review.
Tempe, Arizona, later, San Francisco.
Edited by Jeff Berner.
Nos. 1–3 (Spring 1963–Spring 1965).
Stony Brook, New York.
Edited by George Quasha.
London, later Cambridge, Massachusettes and Vancouver, Canada.
Edited by Opal L. Nations with occasional guest editors.
Nos. 1–20 (1970–80).
Title varies. No. 12/13 is a double issue. Nos. 14 and 19 were not issued. In addition to no. 10, there is 10a and 10b.
Suction: The Magazine of the Actualist Movement.
Edited by Darrell Gray.
Nos. 1–3 (May 1969–1973).
Sum: A Newsletter of Current Workings.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Buffalo, New York.
Edited by Fred Wah.
Nos. 1–7 (December 1963–April 1965).
Edited by Dan Gerber and Jim Harrison; East Coast editor, James Randall.
Vol. 1, no. 1–vol. 4, no. 1 (Fall 1968–1971).