Albuquerque, NM: The Burning World Review, 1967. Tabloid format, single sheet folded to make a four-pager.
First, and perhaps last issue of this underground newspaper out of Albuquerque, which included on its editorial staff the alternate energy pioneer and architecture Steve Baer, who created the Zomeworks company and collaborated with the commune Drop City South. This issue includes three pieces on the commune, including a "Letter from Drop City" by Steve Katona. This issue also includes an unusual appearance by the poet Jack Spicer, printing his brief text "Surrealism is the business of poets who can't benefit by surrealism..." and a drawing by Max Finstein, as well as an article on the closure by police of the alternative space Atlantis Rising after a benefit for Drop City. Also, mterial on draft resistance, an interview with a local high school principal after a demonstration, etc.
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Fine. Item #30820