[Pittsburgh]: [Mother Press], c. 1960's. First edition. Foolscap format, three mimeographed on both recto and verso, unbound and folded as issued.
A single issue of this early little magazine of the Mimeograph Revolution, which began in the late 50’s and, like Floating Bear, was distributed free, or as the editor eloquently puts it in another issue - "Mother is not for sale: she can be had for love." This issue is devoted to the longer work "The Abrogations" by David Federman, which begins with a quote from Robert Duncan.
Toning, heavier to outer sheet, and folded once. Very good. Item #29811