Paul Auster Books

Curtains: Drawn Curtains

Stapled mimeograph-printed sheets. 60pp. Content emphasizes inventive and idiosyncratic writers as well as French contemporary writing. Poet, writer, playwright, artist, and translator Paul Buck founded the magazine Curtains in 1971. Twenty-one issues comprised the original series through 1978. This issue is considered issue no. 9. Features work by Roger Giroux, Alain Veinstein, Larry Eigner, Paule Philip, Michael Haslam, Jaccques Roubaud, Glenda George, Roger Munier, and Paul Buck. Cover art by Jonathan R. Auster contributes 13 poems.
Curtains: Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, 1974.

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