Somerville, MA: 1994. 1st Printing. 159,  pp. Laid-in is a typed postcard, dated Flag Day '95, written by Corbett [signed "Bill"] to one "Jack" [possibly associated with North Point Press?] describing his current work projects ["a book on literary New York (New York Literary Lights. Graywolf Press, 1998) and a fan's diary of this Red Sox season. Greywolf is doing the first..."] and presenting the magazine with the accolade "Here's a magazine I hope gives you some pleasure." Also, is a small clipping of a picture of James Joyce. Illustrated. 8vo. 9" x 5-7/8". White glossy paper covers, with black printing & b/w photographic image of Corbett to front cover. Modest wear & soiling, VG+. Item #49096
Corbett "was an American poet, essayist, editor, educator, and publisher. His work and public readings acknowledge the influence on him of jazz, modernist and imagist poetry (especially William Carlos Williams and Ezra Pound in his later work), the group of poets in Donald Allen's seminal anthology The New American Poetry 1945–1960, many of them from the Black Mountain College community (most notably Allen Ginsberg, Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, his friends Robert Creeley and John Wieners, and his mentor, Charles Olson), classical Chinese poets (mainly Li Po), and French poetry of the mid-19th to early 20th centuries (especially Guillaume Apollinaire)." [Wiki].