Leiden: Kaft, 1958-62. First edition. 9 numbers, each an 8vo, mimeographed from typescript and saddle-stapled in illustrated wraps.
A substantial run of this avant-garde youth magazine of the Mimeograph Revolution out of Leiden with a Surrealist bent, notable for including the first publications of a young Paul Verhoeven, long before Total Recall, Turkish Delight, and Robocop. According to Verhoeven's bibliographer, Rob Scheers, the young Verhoeven was welcomed for his knowledge of both film and French culture. Three Surrealist drawings by Verhoeven are included in these issues, the cover of no. 3, and two drawings on the inside covers of no. 5.
Other contributors include John Leefmans, Gerard Heederik, Jan Van Mastrigt, Y. T. von Dewall, Geert Hoffman, Jac van der Meulen, Joop Segaar, Niek Biegman, Marieke van der Horst, Titus Aris, Ben d'Armagnac, Fred Bakkenes, Johan van den Berg, Peter Berger, Niek Biegman, Aloys Bisscheroux, Madeleine Boersma, Casper Bosveld, Kees Broos, Frits Bruinsma, Axel Van Caspel, Rob Cassuto, René Chastou, Herman Cohen Jehoram, Irene g Torley Duwel, Rudi Fuchs, Wim Hazeu et al.
Rare. The periodical was issued in very small numbers, and OCLC locates no holdings outside of the Netherlands.
Old name written in pencil to the cover of one issue, some minor creasing and spots of foxing, but generally near fine or better. Item #27950