Pasadena, CA. 1981 - 1983. Whole numbers 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 13 (8 issues of 46 published). Octavo. Pictorial wrappers. #2 slightly dust speckled, otherwise very near fine. Item #WRCLIT83786
Edited by Clayton Eshleman, with contributing editors and correspondents including Robert Kelly, et al. "Sulfur has kept an image of international post-modernism alive and current for nearly two decades. Its combination of aspects – translations, archival materials (unpublished writing by the great dead), art and art commentary, innovative poetry by well-known figures as well as the unknown, and a big section of critical articles and reviews – is unique in American literary magazines. Sulfur has unswervingly presented itself as an alternative to what some of us call 'official verse culture'" - the editor commenting on the appearance of the last issue, in 2000.