Wormwood Books, Stockton Softcover Featuring Three Poems by McDaniel, Spare Me Yellow Skies, The Jewels of Storytellers, and Pattern of Men.
Wormwood Review, the little magazine that started in the 1960's and put out 144 issues of poetry for nearly forty years. Charles Bukowski said that this was the best U.S. poetry magazine and that it was run by a no bullshit editor. Marvin Malone of Wormwood Review published Wormwood for 36 years, helping launch the careers of many poets, including Charles Bukowski. Marvin's family published this final issue (No.144, the last issue of Vol. 36) with material selected by Marvin and then a special issue as a tribute to him. Marvin had intended to retire from publishing in 1999, the 40th anniversary of Wormwood. Rest in peace ye friend of poetry.
WORMWOOD REVIEW No 144 Volume 36 Number 4
Cardpaper bound pamphlet wraps, good condition, some color bleeding/smudges on ffep, pages good. 191 pages.