Cleveland, Ohio: Zero Edition, 1976. Second edition. Staplebound in pictorial wraps. With mild edgewear and small closed tears, otherwise very good. Item #ANT114
This work originally appeared in print in the late 1960s, before the author's suicide. It is a classic of
the Cleveland poetry scene. Levy was the Cleveland link to the beat scene and was friends with Ed Sanders and Allen Ginsberg, who came to Cleveland to raise money for his defense when the local establishment framed him for reading an obscene poem in a church basement.
Printed on green paper.