Princeton & New York. Spring 1942 through Winter 1947. Volume one, number one, through volume five, number three (lacking V:4 for all published). Nineteen issues. Printed wrappers. A few minor smudges to wrappers, some occasional sunning, crown of one spine has a small stain, offsetting from one wraparound subscription band to terminal page of one issue; still, very good or better, with a number of issues unusually nice. Item #WRCLIT85090
Edited individually or collectively, at various times, by Benjamin Ford, William Arrowsmith, Frederick Morgan, Barbara Howes, Carlos Baker, Philip Wheelwright, et al. A brilliant little magazine, including contributions by Jarrell, Burke, Lorca, Tate, Berryman, Blackmur, Stevens, Eberhart, Lowell, Auden, Goodman, Patchen, Moss, Neruda, Kees, Fowlie, Comfort, Henry Miller, Deming, Durrell, Sartre, Yourcenar, and many others, with a special issue devoted to Myth. A little appreciated aspect of this magazine is the presence of original graphics in a few of the early issues, including an original color serigraph by E. McKnight Kauffer in I:4 and another by pioneer of the medium, Guy Maccoy, in I:3. HOFFMAN, et al, pp.361-2.