Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]. Miguel Grinberg, ed.
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]
Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]

Eco Contemporaneo 1-13 [With] Caudernos de la Nueva Solidaridad 1-2 [Complete]

Buenos Aires: Angel Press, 1961-1969. First edition. 12mo, printed wraps. Text in Spanish.

A rare complete run of this little magazine associated with the Nueva Solidaridad school of poetry, and looselly allied with contemporary Latin American magazines El Corno Emplumado and Pájaro Cascabel. The periodical was a founding member of the Underground Press Syndicate, and was perhaps the main counter-culture periodical in Latin-America at the time, especially with regards to poetry. Grinberg had spent time in the U. S., where he met Allen Ginsberg and other American poets, and Eco Contemporaneo featured some of the best beat poets of the 1960's in Spanish translation.

The magazine was remarkable for the striking graphic design, coverage of poetics and politics in equal measure, and for combining extensive work by Latin-American writers alongside international figures.

With contributions from Allen Ginsberg, Leroi Jones, Nicanor Parra, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Kenneth Rexroth, Kenneth Patchen, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Jerome Rothenberg, Jacques Prévert, Renta Schussheim, Julio Cortazar, Ernesto Cardenal, Kenneth Patchen, Herman Hesse, Clarie Lispector, Thomas Merton, Jonas Mekas, Margaret Randall, Julian Beck et al. and articles on Los Nadaistas, Brazilian poetry, Argentinean cinema, and the political situation in the 1960's worldwide.

Pages and wraps show varying degrees of toning, but a very good or better set. Very scarce complete. Item #28282

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