New York: Birth Press, printed by Oliver Layton Press, 1966. Tiny 16mo in stapled original wraps as issued. 64 unpaginated pages, printed in blue on on various colored papers. Illustrated throughout. Some wear to wraps, inside clean
First edition. Scarce
Kupferberg is possible best known as the bohemian poet and the co-founder of the underground rock band the Fugs, but Tuli Kupferberg also was a prolific publisher, running the countercultural Birth Press in the East Village during the early 1960s. The Birth Press distributed experimental literary magazines and periodicals with beat and anarchist influences, including the titles SWING, PEDANTIC PAMPHLET, 1001 WAYS TO LIVE WITHOUT WORKING, SELECTED FRUITS & NUTS, and YEAH MAGAZINE etc.