London: Poets & Painters Press, January 1959 Autumn 1966. I:1; II:5-11/12; III:1-6; IV:2-5/6. Twenty-one numbers in sixteen issues. Printed and pictorial wrappers. Each number with library receipt stamp on upper wrapper, otherwise very good copies. Item #WRCLIT61656
Edited by William Cookson. Inaugurated explicitly as a successor to Dallam Simpson and Henry Swabey's FOUR PAGES, and for the first nine numbers, published in the same format. A periodical of considerable achievement and longevity, notable for its early affinity with, and advocacy of, Pound, and for its emphasis on the importance of Anglo-American interrelations. Begun as a monthly, AGENDA evolved into a bi-monthly, then quarterly, with frequent double or triple numbers jarring that schedule somewhat. The special issues, often served up by guest editors, are notable, including here those for Pound, Zukofsky, and Williams. SULLIVAN (MODERN), pp. 18-21.