Moordrecht: ‘uitgave bobvandenberg’, 1964. Subtitle varies. 4to, each issue mimeographed on rectos only and stab-stapled into rubberstamped covers, with additional rubberstamping of the title to title page and various internal pages.
The first four issues, on an unknown number published, of this beautifully designed and lively little magazine devoted to new poetry. The focus is heavily on poetry about poetry, and reviews of poetry, with references to Gard Sivik , Campert Frenkel, Frank Hazeu , Kouwenaar, Lehmann. The design of the issues is sustained and impeccable, with innovative typography bordering on the concrete (more impressive still given the limitations of the mimeograph) and the editor's insistence on the free use of his rubberstamp - albeit always the same rubberstamp, looking oddly similar to an issue of 0 to 9.
One of the most visually striking little magazines of the Dutch Mimeograph Revolution, and scarce; As of the time of cataloguing OCLC locates no holdings.
Poststamp at verso of final leaf of no. 4, partially effaced, with a small resulting tear, otherwise a fine set. Item #23118