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In 1963 City Lights Journal was launched, establishing a format of featuring avant-garde work by Kerouac, Burroughs, Ed Sanders, and Ted Joans from the East

City Lights Journal Number One

FERLINGHETTI, Lawrence (ed.). City Lights Journal Number One. San Francisco: City Lights Books, (1963). Pp. 112. 8vo, grey card cover illustrated with a photograph of Allen Ginsberg in the Central Himalayas. Works include Among the Iroquois by Jack Kerouac, I am Dying, Meester? by William Burroughs and In India by Allen Ginsberg. Additional works by Wiliam Carlos Williams, Anselm Hollo, Gary Snyder, Richard Brautigan, Daniel Moore, Morton Morgolis, Ed Sanders, Harold Norse, Michael McClure, Al Fowler, Stuart Z. Perkoff, Hirschman & Erlich, Ted Joans, Richard McBride, John T. Chance, Henri Michaud-Cid Corman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Robert Scheer, Antoin Artaud-David Rattray and Bruce Conner. The first issue dedicated to the late great poets, e. e. cummings and William Carlos Williams. [1]

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