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Kalki Vol. IV, No. 1 (Whole Number 13) by…

Kalki Vol. IV, No. 1 (Whole Number 13)

by The James Branch Cabell Society

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4.1 (13) Winter 1969
President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Aleister Crowley (with Kalki logo substituted for pentagram?)

- From the Third Window (editorial) 2, 31
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 30-1, from Margaret Freeman Cabell, Dr Robert Parkinson, Thomas Horan,William Atheling Jr (=JB)
- Cabell in Print
- Colophon

Source Notes, 27-8
- What’s in a Name? (Manuel), Poul Anderson
- (more Notes on Notes), Jim Allan
- More Devilment (Jurgen etc), JB
- Bibliographica (Hidden Way, Eve, Heirs & Assigns), Thomas Head

- The Lance & the Veil (Cabell & Aleister Crowley), Roger Staples, 3-8
- Joyce/Cabell and Cabell/Joyce, Nathan Halper, 9-24 (revised & expanded from A Wake Newslitter)

Tipped in to all copies of this issue was a letter from editor Blish announcing the deal for Tandem Books in the UK to reprint Jurgen, Figures and Stallion. (Though it's not mentioned, Blish himself wrote the forewords to these when they appeared.)
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