Series: SPARROW [Monthly Pamphlet]

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SPARROW 1: The Pastorals by Robert KellyINAUGURAL ISSUE: #1 - October 1972
SPARROW 2: The Sanjo Bridge by Clayton Eshleman#2 - November 1972
SPARROW 3: Form is an Extension of Content by Diane Wakoski#3 - December 1972
SPARROW 4: Three Stories by David Bromige#4 - January 1973
SPARROW 5: While the Music Played by Charles Bukowski#5 - February 1973
SPARROW 6: The Creative by Robert Creeley#6 - March 1973
SPARROW 7: Two Essays by Richard Grossinger#7 - April 1973
SPARROW 8: After the War : a Long Novel with Few Words by David Antin#8 - May 1973
SPARROW 9: Young Lust & Others by Sherril Jaffe#9 - June 1973
SPARROW 10: A Posthumous Sketch by Joyce Carol Oates#10 - July 1973
SPARROW 11: Six Poems by Michael Palmer#11 - August 1973
SPARROW 12: The Miracle by Fielding Dawson#12 - September 1973
SPARROW 13: Shape Shadow Elements Move by Larry Eigner#13 - October 1973
SPARROW 14: Inside Out by Robert Creeley#14 - November 1973
SPARROW 15: Own Your Body by Bobbie Louise Hawkins#15 - December 1973
SPARROW 16: A Fist Full (1956-1957) by Michael McClure#16 - January 1974
SPARROW 17: Suite by Tom Clark#17 - February 1974
SPARROW 18: Aux Morts by Clayton Eshleman#18 - March 1974
SPARROW 19: Plagiarized Material by Fernandes by Joyce Carol Oates#19 - April 1974
SPARROW 20: A Line of Sight by Robert Kelly#20 - May 1974
SPARROW 21: Looking for the King of Spain by Diane Wakoski#21 - June 1974
SPARROW 22: "22" by Gerard Malanga#22 - July 1974
SPARROW 23: Letter to Andre Breton by Antonin Artaud#23 - August 1974
SPARROW 24: The Cards by Jerome Rothenberg#24 - September 1974
SPARROW 25: Out of My Hands by David Bromige#25 - October 1974
SPARROW 26: Tiger Lilies by Fielding Dawson#26 - November 1974
SPARROW 27: Chicago by Tom Clark#27 - December 1974
SPARROW 28: Mahler by Theodore Enslin#28 - January 1975
SPARROW 30: Africa, Paris, Greece by Charles Bukowski#30 - March 1975
SPARROW 31: Creating a Personal Mythology by Diane Wakoski#31 - April 1975
SPARROW 33: For Dear Life by Cid Corman#33 - June 1975
SPARROW 37: Hadidan Aharam by Paul Bowles#37 - October 1975
SPARROW 38: Eight Fairy Tales by Ron Loewinsohn#38 - November 1975
SPARROW 39: Squaw Valley by Sherril Jaffe#39 - December 1975
SPARROW 40: Was That a Real Poem or Did You Just Make It Up Yourself by Robert Creeley#40 - January 1976
SPARROW 42: Credences of Winter by David Bromige#42 - March 1976
SPARROW 43: The Horses of the Sea by Charles Olson#43 - April 1976
SPARROW 45: The Blessing by Joyce Carol Oates#45 - June 1976
SPARROW 50: Variations on a Theme : an Essay on Revision by Diane Wakoski#50 - November 1976
SPARROW 54: Maybe Tomorrow by Charles Bukowski#54 - March 1977
SPARROW 57: Core Meander by Clayton Eshleman#57 - June 1977
SPARROW 58: Three Early Stories by Paul Goodman#58 - July 1977
SPARROW 59: Art in the Court of the Blue Fag by Wanda Coleman#59 - August 1977
SPARROW 63: Dionysus & the Beat. Four Letters on the Archetype by William Everson#63 - December 1977
SPARROW 67: Birdscapes, with Seaside by Nathaniel Tarn#67 - April 1978
SPARROW 72: We'll Take Them by Charles BukowskiFINAL ISSUE: #72 - September 1978

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