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Larry McCaffery Papers, 1919-2009 | Special Collections & University Archives

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Title: Larry McCaffery Papers, 1919-2009Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1976-2005

Primary Creator: McCaffery, Larry (1946-)

Extent: 55.33 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 01/01/2009. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: American literature--20th century, American literature--20th century--Sources, San Diego State University--Faculty

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Larry McCaffery Papers (1919-2009) document four decades of McCaffery’s distinguished career as a literary critic and professor of English at San Diego State University. The collection includes manuscripts of McCaffery’s literary interviews with well-known contemporary American and postmodern writers; correspondence; research files; lecture notes; clippings; book objects; and more. The majority of materials date from the 1980s and 1990s and focus primarily on McCaffery’s literary criticism and scholarship. The collection is divided into six series: Literary Files (1919-2009), Teaching Files (1979-2006), Research Files (1974-2009), Personal Files (1977-2007), Book Objects (1989-1996), and Zines and Underground Publications.

The Literary Files (1919-2007) is the largest series in the collection and center around McCaffery’s relationships with writers as well as his scholarship about their work. These files include correspondence, manuscripts, interviews, research files, publishing contracts, and more. Of particular note are the Interview Files, which capture every phase of McCaffery’s unique interview process. The Literary Files are divided into six subseries: Author Files, Interview Files, Published Works, Unpublished Works, Editor Files, and Correspondence. The Author Files contain manuscripts and correspondence from numerous writers. Many of the manuscripts include notes and edits from the writers themselves as well as McCaffery. While much of the correspondence is personal, many letters also discuss individual writing processes, current and future writing projects, and current events. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by author last name. Highlights include a manuscript of Mark Danielewski’s Fifty Year Sword, complete with color key for the publisher. The Interview Files, also arranged alphabetically by interviewee last name, include audio recordings of McCaffery’s literary interviews, interview transcripts, drafts with edits, correspondence, research files, and final interview manuscripts. McCaffery interviewed more than 75 writers during his career including Kathy Acker, Samuel Delany, David Foster Wallace, Tom Robbins, Joanna Russ, Mark Danielewski, and Ursula LeGuin. These files document the evolution of an interview--from the taped recording to the final manuscript, and include edits and comments made by McCaffery and the interviewee. Also included are McCaffery’s extensive research files for each interviewee with include other interviews, criticism, and essays, short stories, and other writings by or about the interviewee. This series is divided into subseries: Manuscript and Research Files and Audio Recordings. Please note that the majority of the audio recordings are currently unavailable for research for preservation reasons.

Published Works includes manuscript drafts, galleys, prospectus’, correspondence, reviews, and promotional materials for McCaffery’s numerous publications, which are further divided into three subseries: Fiction Anthologies, Interview Collections, and Scholarly Works. Within these subseries materials are arranged in reverse chronological order by publication date. Fiction Anthologies include materials for After Yesterday’s Crash: the Avant-Pop Anthology (1997), Avant-Pop: Fiction for a Daydream Nation (1993), and Storming the Reality Studio (1991). Interview Anthologies include Some Other Frequency: Interviews with Innovative American Authors (1995), Across the Wounded Galaxies: Interviews with Contemporary American Science Fiction Authors (1990), Alive and Writing: Interviews with American Authors of the 1980s (1987), and Anything Can Happen: Interviews with Contemporary American Novelists (1983). The largest subseries, Scholarly Works, contains manuscripts, correspondence and extensive research files for his two major casebooks, Expelled from Eden: A William T. Vollmann Reader (2004) and Federman from A to X-X-X-X - A Recyclopedic Narrative which he co-edited with Tom Hartl and Doug Rice in 1998, as well as files for Metaphysical Muse: the Work of Robert Coover, Donald Barthelme, and William H. Gass (1982), Postmodern Fiction: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide, and several published essays and interviews.

Unpublished Works is the smallest subseries in The Literary Files with manuscript drafts and correspondence for a few essays and a casebook. These materials date from the mid- to late 1970s and the early 1990s. The Editor Files document McCaffery’s extensive work as editor or special guest editor at various literary journals and publishers including Black Ice Books, Fictional International, the American Book Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, and others. Materials include correspondence with contributors as well as other editors, manuscripts, reviews, and promotional materials; and are arranged alphabetically by publisher or journal title with general correspondence included at the end. Finally, the Correspondence subseries contains folders of correspondence to various publishers and covers a range of topics--from prospective projects to McCaffery’s thoughts on various various writers and subjects.

The Teaching Files document McCaffery’s 30-year teaching career as professor of English at San Diego State University, and include syllabi, lecture notes, readings, research, handouts, bibliographies and reading lists. The series is divided into three subseries: Course / Subject Files, Author Files, and Rock Music Files. The Course / Subject Files are arranged alphabetically by course title, followed by alphabetical subject files. Materials in this subseries include syllabi, reading lists, lecture notes, assignments, study guides, and more. The Author Files are arranged alphabetically by last name and include notes, articles, and handouts on various writers and their literary works. Lastly, the Rock Music Files document McCaffery’s research and interest in numerous musical groups and artists, which he frequently used in classes. These files are arranged alphabetically by artist/band name.

The Research Files document two major research projects that McCaffery never completed. Each project is divided into its own subseries: the OJ Simpson Project Files, and the Bruce Springsteen Project Files. The OJ Simpson Project Files document McCaffery’s interest in and fascination with the OJ Simpson trial, and how contemporary writers were responding to the rise of media, digital technologies, and the impact of “information overload.” Although McCaffery had contacted various publishers and contributors for the intended volume, he never finished the project. The subseries contains correspondence with editors as well as potential contributors, news clippings including entire issues from various tabloids like The National Enquirer and The Globe, various trial-related ephemera, and even “Squeeze the Juice” a board game about the OJ murder trial. McCaffery gathered the majority of materials in the Bruce Springsteen Project Files for a potential comprehensive on Springsteen. Some of the materials were also used for McCaffery’s classes on Springsteen and Rock Poetry. This subseries contains news clippings, criticism, essays, correspondence, album and tour information, and class materials related to Springsteen and the E Street Band. Materials are divided into five subseries: Class Materials / Notes; General Files; Clippings, Articles and Essays; Tours / Album Coverage; and Fanzines and Underground Publications.

The Personal Files consist of materials about McCaffery and include four small subseries: General Files; China Fulbright; and Conferences. The General Files contain articles, blurbs, and clippings about McCaffery; awards and accolades; and correspondence from students and admirers of his work. The China Files document McCaffery’s Fulbright in China in 1989 and include his final report, correspondence, and various tourist brochures and programs. Conferences documents various symposiums and conferences that McCaffery either attended and/or organized including the Science Fiction Research Association’s 1986 annual conference held at San Diego State University. Highlights include correspondence with conference speakers, including Harlan Ellison.

The Book Objects series consists of works by Norman Conquest (also known as Derek Pell). These objects are typically texts that have been manipulated or reworked to convey a specific message or idea. Highlights include Baudrillard’s Simulacrum Cake and Foucault’s Tamponnoir.

The last series, Zines and Underground Publications includes various poetry, fiction, creative writing and pop culture underground publications. Most are DIY publications or published by small, independent presses. This series documents McCaffery’s penchant for innovative and experimental fiction. Titles are arranged alphabetically.

Biographical Note

Dr. Lawrence F. McCaffery, better known as Larry McCaffery, was born in Dallas, Texas on May 13, 1946. He received his BA from Notre Dame in 1968, and his doctorate from the University of Illinois in 1975. His dissertation focused on Robert Coover.

In 1976, McCaffery began his more than 30-year career as professor of English and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University. During this time he taught classes on Postmodern Literature, Contemporary American Literature, Bruce Springsteen, Japanese Postmodernism, Punk Aesthetics and much more. He also helped to found the English Department’s Living Writers Series, which invites important writers to speak on campus. McCaffery was awarded two Fulbrights and served as a visiting professor at the University of Nice in 1984, and at the Beijing Foreign Studies University in China between 1988 and 1989, where he witnessed the student protests, including the tragic events at Tiananmen Square. He participated in several other visiting professorships at the University of California, San Diego, Deep Springs College, and Seikei University in Japan.

In addition to teaching, McCaffery built a reputation as an important postmodern and contemporary American literary critic known for identifying influential and innovative writers. In 1982, he published Metafictional Muse: the Work of Robert Coover, Donald Barthelme and William H. Gass. A year later, he and Tom LeClair co-authored Anything Can Happen: Interviews with Contemporary American Novelists. This work identified important postmodern writers and served as McCaffery’s first foray into the literary interview. His unique interview process consisted of recording the initial interview, then loosely transcribing the conversation into a textual draft. This ‘transcript’ was then heavily edited by both himself and the interviewee. The result was a collaborative text based on the original conversation. McCaffery’s informal style and close relationships with many of the interviewees generated personal and important insights into each interviewee’s works and influences. In 1986, McCaffery published a second collection of literary interviews with his wife, Sinda Gregory titled Alive and Writing: Interviews with American Authors of the 1980s. He continued identifying and interviewing important writers, completing a third interview collection--Across the Wounded Galaxies: Interviews with Contemporary American Science Fiction Authors--in 1990. Five years later, he published Some Other Frequency: Interviews with Innovative American Authors. Many of his interviews were also published in prominent literary journals, including the Paris Review. Several were nominated for the Pushcart Prize, which honors small press publications.

During the 1990s, McCaffery compiled several fiction anthologies. He is perhaps best known for his seminal cyberpunk anthology Storming the Reality Studio (1991), which featured fiction and criticism that situated cyberpunk in the postmodern paradigm. McCaffery’s focus on science fiction helped elevate it as a legitimate literary genre worthy of serious scholarship. In the words of Brooks Landon, McCaffery was “science fiction’s Friend in the High Castle.” His other two fiction anthologies, Avant-Pop: Fiction for a Daydream Nation (1993) and After Yesterday’s Crash: the Avant-Pop Anthology (1997), focused on radical and innovative writers working influenced by postmodernism, the avant-garde, and popular culture and media.

McCaffery also published several scholarly casebooks, including Expelled from Eden: A William T. Vollmann Reader (2004) and Federman from A to X-X-X-X a Recyclopedic Narrative (1998). Both works required extensive research and ongoing conversations with both writers.

Throughout his career, McCaffery served as editor for numerous literary publications. In 1983, he became co-editor alongside Harold Jaffe of Fiction International, a literary magazine dedicated to innovative and experimental fiction, which had just relocated from New York to San Diego State University. He also served as editor for American Book Review, and as executive editor for Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. McCaffery guest edited several special issues including Postmodern literature issue, Review of Contemporary Fiction’s Young Authors issue, and the Mississippi Review’s seminal Cyberpunk issue. In addition, McCaffery was an editor for Black Ice Books, which published controversial and provocative literature, including Samuel Delany’s Hogg.

McCaffery retired from SDSU in 2010. He and his wife Sinda live in Borrego Springs.

Subject/Index Terms

American literature--20th century
American literature--20th century--Sources
San Diego State University--Faculty

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & University Archives

Accruals: 2009-034, 2009-049, 2010-029, 2011-022

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research. Due to preservation concerns, analog audiovisual materials are currently unavailable for research.

Use Restrictions: The copyright interests in these materials have not been transferred to San Diego State University. Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs. The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections is such that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine.  Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections, San Diego State University, Library and Information Access. When granted, permission is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder(s), which must also be obtained in order to publish. Materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials.

Acquisition Source: Larry McCaffery

Related Materials:

Elizabeth Chater Manuscript Collection

Jefferson Sutton Science Fiction Collection

Related Publications: Books from the McCaffery Collection are availabe in the Library's catalog.

Preferred Citation: Identification of item, folder title, box number, Larry McCaffery Papers, Special Collections and University Archives, Library and Information Access, San Diego State University.


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[Series I: Literary Files, 1919-2009],
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[Series III: Research Files, 1974-2009],
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Series VI: Zines and Underground PublicationsAdd to your cart.
Box 132Add to your cart.
Item 1: abbdabbsAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various UCSD students (self-published)
Date / Volume: (Fall 1990)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 2: abbdabbsAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors (UCSD)
Date / Volume: (Spring 1991)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 3: AppearancesAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Mike Topp
Date / Volume: #21 (1994)
Item 4: AppearancesAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Sparrow, Blair Wilson (drawings)
Date / Volume: #22 (1995)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 5: Appearances Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Robert Witz (Editor)
Date / Voume: #23 (1995)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 6: Bad News AllenAdd to your cart.
Paired with the zine are napkins depicting the Mona Lisa's transition from smile to hysterical laughter, a cassette tape of the verbal transctiption of the material and a job posting for various artists.
Author / Publisher: Hiroshi Hasegawa (Producer), Tom Gokita (Art Director & Design)
Date / Volume: #3 (1990s)
Item 7: Sick B.N.A Bad News AllenAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Tom Gokita (Photographer)
Date / Volume: (1993)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 8: belle catastropheAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Carl Watson (Text), Shalom (Art), Surge Graphix LLC (Publisher)
Date / Volume: (1997)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 9: Between C and DAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Joel Rose and Catherine Texier (Co-Editors)
Date / Volume: #5 number 3 (1989)
Publication Place: New York City. NY
Item 10: The Beat Goes Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Sparrow (Editor-in-Chief)
Date / Volume: (1995)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 11: Big NumbersAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Alan Moore and Bill Sienkiewicz
Date / Volume: #1 (1990)
Publication Place: Northampton, England
Item 12: Big NumbersAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Alan Moore and Bill Sienkiewicz
Date / Volume: #2 (1990)
Publication Place: Northampton, England
Item 13: The Broken Line / La Linea QuebradaAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Marco Vinicio González (Editors)
Date / Volume: (1986)
Publication Place: Tijuana - San Diego
Item 14: Brother Spencer Goes to HellAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Che Wax (The Fault Press)
Date / Volume: (1979)
Publication Place: Union City, Ca
Item 15: CallalooAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Clarence Major (Writer)
Date / Volume: #14, 1
Item 16: the sentence catapults forward disembodied, into glass, bloodAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Barbara Mor
Date / Volume: (March 1996)
Publication Place: Ashland, KY
Item 17: BullheadAdd to your cart.
Author / Publication: Spencer Selby, Michael Basinski
Date / Volume: #5 (1996)
Publication Place: Ashland, Ky
Item 18: Chemical ImbalanceAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Michael McGonigal (Publisher)
Date / Volume: #2, number 3
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 19: Contemporaries Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Philip Guy Leggiere (Editor - in - Chief)
Date / Volume: #1, Issue 4 (1990)
Publication Place: Union City, NJ
Item 20: Crawdaddy!Add to your cart.
Author /  Publisher: Paul Williams
Date / Volume: #11 (1996)
Publication Place: Encinitas, Ca
Item 21: Crawdaddy!Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Paul Williams
Date / Volume: #17 (1997)
Publication Place: Encinitas, Ca
Item 22: Crawdaddy!Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Paul Williams
Item 23: Crawdaddy!Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Paul Williams (Editor)
Date / Volume: #18 (1997)
Item 24: Crawdaddy!Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Paul Williams (Editor)
Date / Volume: #21 (1999)
Publication Place: Encinitas, CA
Box 133Add to your cart.
Item 1: Crawl Out Your WindowAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein (Editors)
Date / Volume: #7 (1980)
Publication Place: Solana Beach, CA
Item 2: Crawl Out Your WindowAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein (Editors)
Date / Volume: #8 (1981)
Publication Place: La Jolla, CA
Item 3: Crawl Out Your WindowAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein (Editors)
Date / Volume: #9 & 10 (1982)
Publication Place: La Jolla, CA
Item 4: Crawl Out Your WindowAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein (Editors)
Date / Volume: #15 (1987)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 5: Crawl Out Your WindowAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein (Editors)
Date / Volume: #16 (1988)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 6: Crawl Out Your WindowAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Melvyn Freilicher and Eleanor Bluestein (Editors)
Date / Volume: #17 (1989)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 7: CupsAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer
Date / Volume: (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 8: Cups (A Cafe Journal)Add to your cart.
Two copies
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (Editor) Maverick Magazine Publishing (Publisher)
Date / Volume: #3 vol 10 (November 1993)
Publication Place: San Francicso, CA
Item 9: Cups (A Cafe Journal)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Daivd Latimer (Editor) Maverick Magazine Publishing (Publisher)
Date / Volume: (January 1994)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 10: Cups (A Cafe Journal) Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (Maverick Magazine Publishing)
Date / Volume: (February 1994)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 11: Cups (The Cafe Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (self-published)
Date / Volume: #3 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 12: Cups (A Cafe Journal) Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (Maverick Magazine Publishing)
Date / Volume: (April 1994)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 13: Cups (A Cafe Journal)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (Maverick Magazine Publishing)
Date / Volume: (June 1994)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 14: Cups (A Cafe Journal) Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (Maverick Magazine Publishing)
Date / Volume: (July 1994)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 15: Cups (A Cafe Journal)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer (Maverick Magazine Publishing)
Date / Volume: (August 1994)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 16: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer
Date / Volume: #63 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA and New York City, NY
Item 17: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Daivd Latimer
Date / Volume: #64 (1995)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA and New York City, NY
Item 18: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer
Date / Volume: #65 (1995)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA and New York City, NY
Box 134Add to your cart.
Item 1: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Latimer
Date / Volume: #69 (March 1996)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA and New York City, NY
Item 2: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Christian P. Ettinger (Editor & Publisher)
Date / Volume: #79 (March 1997)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 3: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Christian P. Ettinger (Editor & Publisher)
Date / Volume: #80 (April 1997)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 4: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Christian P. Ettinger (Editor & Publisher)
Date / Volume: #81 (May 1997)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 5: Cups (The Cafe Culture Magazine)Add to your cart.
Author / Pulication: Christian P. Ettinger (Editor & Publisher)
Date / Volume: #82 (June/July 1997)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 6: Cyber-Psycho's A.O.D.Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Jasmine Sailing (self-published)
Date / Volume: #5 (May 1994)
Publication Place: Denver, CO
Item 7: The Best of Dark Horse PresentsAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: MIke Richardson (Dark Horse Comics Inc.)
Date / Volume: #1 (1989)
Item 8: HackerAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: (DC Comics Inc.)
Date / Volume: (n.d.)
Item 9: The Douglass - Truth StoryAdd to your cart.
Paired with the zine are four postcards with printed word and visual representations of the Dougalss-Truth Institutes beliefs, a card with the phrase "I Believe. Douglass-Truth Institute" encircling a smiling face, and three similar buttons taped to a circular advertising for the Institute. The next zine is also housed with the Douglass-Turth items.
Author / Publisher: Denton Edwards de Cracraft (self-published)
Date / Volume: (1990)
Publication Place: Davis, CA
Item 10: AS I SEE ITAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Doulgass-Truth Institute (self-published)
Date / Volume: (1991)
Publication Place: Davis, CA
Item 11: Downunder Manhattan Bridge Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Daniel W. Freeman (self-published)
Date / Volume: #16, no.2 (WInter 1995-1996)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 12: endangered speciesAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Joe Bonni (Detrimental Productions Inc.)
Date / Volume: #1, vol. 2 (February 1996)
Publication Place: Boston, MA
Item 13: Factsheet FiveAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors
Date / Volume: #24 (November 1987)
Publication Place: Rensselaer, NY
Item 14: Factsheet FiveAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors
Date / Volume: #37 (1990)
Publication Place: Albany, NY
Item 15: Factsheet FiveAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: R. Seth Friedman (self-published)
Date / Volume: #61 (April 1997)
Item 16: FlashpointAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors
Date / Volume: #1 (Summer 1996)
Publication Place: Washington, DC
Item 17: Fringe Ware ReviewAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Paco Xander Nathan (FringeWare Inc.)
Date / Volume: #1 (n.d.)
Publication Place: Austin, TX
Item 18: Fringe Ware ReviewAdd to your cart.
Author /Publisher: Jon Lebowsky (Fringe Ware Inc.)
Date / Volume: #6 (October 1994)
Publication Place: Austin, TX
Box 135Add to your cart.
Item 1: Fringe Ware ReviewAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Paco Xander Nathan (FringeWare Inc.)
Date / Volume: #9 (November 1995)
Publication Place: Austin, TX
Item 2: Fuck Science FictionAdd to your cart.
Accompanied by blue sleeve
Author / Publisher: Paul Fiorello (self-published)
Date / Volume: # 1, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1993)
Publication Place: Urbana, IL
Item 3: Fuck Science FictionAdd to your cart.
Accompanied by white sleeve
Author / Publisher: Chris De Vito (VideoChrist)
Date / Volume: #1, no. 2 (March 1994)
Publication Place: Champaign, IL
Item 4: Funeral PartyAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: The Horror Society (self-published)
Date / Volume: #1 (1995)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 5: States of the ArtAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Phil Leggiere (Marshall Communications)
Date / Volume: #1 (Summer 1991)
Publication Place: Union City, NJ
Item 6: HectorAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: T. Motley and Craig Gassen (self-published)
Date / Volume: (1999)
Publication Place: Denver, CO
Item 7: HeroesAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: John Nordland II (Blackbird Comics)
Date / Volume: #1 (1992)
Publication Place: Albert Lea, MN
Item 8: The House of the MagicianAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: D.E. Cracraft (Flying Turtle Books)
Date / Volume: #1 (1992)
Publication Place: Davis, CA
Item 9: Bud Plant's Incredible Catalog Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: David Cowie (Bud Plant Comic Art)
Date / Volume: (1991)
Publication Place: Grass Valley, CA
Item 10: Jack Ruby Slippers 1.0ßAdd to your cart.
Two copies present
Author / Publisher: Pol E. Peptide (self-published)
Date / Volume: #1 "beta version" (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 11: Jack Ruby Slippers 2.0ßAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Jack Ruby Slippers (self-published)
Date / Volume: #2 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 12: Judy!Add to your cart.
Two copies present
Author / Publisher: Ingrid Sischy (self-published)
Date / Volume: #1 (Spring 1993)
Publication Place: Iowa City, IA
Item 13: Mantra's Best Friend/Man's Best FriendAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Ellyn Maybe (self-published)
Date / Volume: (1991)
Publication Place: Marina del Rey, CA
Box 136Add to your cart.
Item 1: aHmakpum MegaAdd to your cart.
Russian periodical
Date / Volume: #1 (1991)
Item 2: aHmakpum MegaAdd to your cart.
Russian periodical
Date / Volume: #3 (1991)
Item 3: The MentorAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Ron Clarke (self-published)
Date / Volume: #72 (November 1991)
Publication Place: Faulconbridge NSW, Australia
Item 4: Modern American English - Living & Learning in the WestAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Naomi Woronov (Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press)
Date / Volume: (July 1991)
Publication Place: Shanghai, China
Item 5: Morbid Curiosity Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Loren Rhoads (Automatism Press)
Date / Volume: #3 (1999)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 6: NeedlepointAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Ursule Molinaro (Red Dust Inc.)
Date / Volume: (1987)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 7: Neo-Canton LegacyAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Ferret (Howski Studios)
Date / Volume: #1 (1985)
Publication Place: Langhorne, PA
Item 8: neue bildende kunstAdd to your cart.
Russian periodical
Date / Volume: #6 (Winter 1996)
Item 9: The New CensorshipAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Ivan Suvanjieff (self-published)
Date / Volume: #51 (November 1997)
Publication Date: Denver, CO
Item 10: New ObservationsAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Diane R. Karp (self-published)
Date / Volume: #109 (November/December 1995)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 11: New Philistine MagazineAdd to your cart.
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Author / Publisher: K. Wenclas
Date / Volume: #15 (n.d.)
Publication Place: Detroit, MI
Item 12: New Philistine MagazineAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: K. Wenclas (self-published)
Date / Volume: #17 (n.d.)
Publication Place: Detroit, MI
Item 13: New Philistine MagazineAdd to your cart.
Date / Volume: #24 (n.d.)
Item 14: NOBODADDIESAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Doug Rice (self-published)
Date / Volume: #2, issue 1 (Spring/Summer 1995)
Publication Place: Pittsburgh, PA
Item 15: NOBODADDIESAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Doug Rice (self-published)
Date / Volume: #1, issue 2 (Fall/Winter 1994/1995)
Publication Place: Pittsburgh, PA
Item 16: NOBODADDIESAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Doug Rice (self-published)
Date / Volume: #1, issue 1 (Spring/Summer 1994)
Publication Place: Pittsburgh, PA
Item 17: Not Guilty!Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Derek Pell (Not Guilty Press)
Date / Volume: #1, issue 4 (1979)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Box 137Add to your cart.
Item 1: One Punk SummerAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Skip Rhudy (Experimental Chapbook Press)
Date / Volume: (1992)
Publication Place: Austin, TX
Item 2: Open MagazineAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Greg Ruggiero and Stuart Sahulka (Open Media)
Date / Volume: #25 (July 1993)
Publication Place: Westfield, NJ
Item 3: Open Magazine Add to your cart.
Pamphlet Series
Author / Publisher: Greg Ruggiero and Stuart Sahulka (Open Media)
Date / Volume: #35 (January 1996)
Publication Place: Westfield, NJ
Item 4: Poetic BriefsAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Vaious Authors
Date / Volume: #1, issue 5 (May/June 1992)
Publication Place: Buffalo, NY
Item 5: Polygraph IAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors (self-published)
Date / Volume: (Fall 1987)
Publication Place: Durham, NC
Item 6: Prison LifeAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Richard Stratton
Date / Volume: #10 (October 1996)
Publication Place: Toronto, Canada
Item 7: Proud FleshAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Chris DeVito (VideoChrist)
Date / Volume: (Fall 1994)
Publication Place: Champaign, IL
Item 8: PuckAdd to your cart.
Two copies present
Author / Publisher: Brian Clark (Permeable Press)
Date / Volume: #1 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 9: PuckAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Brian Clark (Permeable Press)
Date / Volume: #10 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 10: PuckAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Brian Clark and Andy Watson (Cambrian Publications)
Date / Volume: (n.d.)
Publication Place: Moscow, ID
Item 11: The Poetry ConspiracyAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Steven E. Garber (SABOPAW)
Date / Volume: #4 (October 1991)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 12: RAIN TAXIAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Carolyn Kuebler, Randall Heath and Eric Lorberer (self-published)
Date / Volume: #2, issue 3 (Fall 1997)
Publication Place: Minneapolis, MN
Item 13: Remnants of an Unknown WomanAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Ursule Molinaro (Red Dust Inc.)
Date / Volume: (1987)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 14: ResisterAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Evelyn McDonnell (self-published)
Date / Volume: #1 (Winter 1996)
Publication Place: New York City, NY
Item 15: Reviewer MagazineAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors (self-published)
Date / Volume: #2 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 16: Riverside QuarterlyAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Leland Sapiro (self-published)
Date / Volume: #9 (August 1992)
Publication Place: Berkeley, CA
Item 17: RoadworkAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors (UCSD self-published)
Date / Volume: #8 (n.d.)
Publication Place: La Jolla, CA
Item 18: S-854Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: unknown
Date / Volume: #6 (n.d.)
Publication Place: Miami, FL
Item 19: S-854Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Nathan Deuel and D'vid Knight (self-published)
Date / Volume: Vol. 3, #8 (n.d.)
Publication Place: Miami, FL
Item 20: ShiftAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Anne Marie MacDonald (self-published)
Date / Volume: Vol 5. #1 (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Box 138Add to your cart.
Item 1: Sick to MoveAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Scott Puckett (self-published)
Date / Volume: Vol 1. #2 (Sept 1994)
Publication Place: Santee, CA
Item 2: Sound ChoiceAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Various Authors (Audio Evolution Network Publication)
Date / Volume: #16 (Winter 1991)
Publication Place: Ojai, CA
Item 3: specAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: unknown (24th Street Publishing)
Date / Volume: (n.d.)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 4: StoriesAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Amy R. Kaufman (self-published)
Date / Volume: #5 (May-June 1983)
Publication Place: Boston, MA
Item 5: Stretch Camera ProjectAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: unknown
Date / Volume: (1991)
Publication Place: San Francisco, CA
Item 6: SwitchAdd to your cart.
Japanese periodical
Date / Volume: (1990)
Item 7: Tangled Networks and Wrong NumbersAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: unknown
Date / Volume: (n.d.)
Item 8: Temporary Culture Add to your cart.
Author / Publisher: H. Wessells (self-published)
Date / Volume: #5 (March 1991)
Publication Place: Upper Montclair, NJ
Item 9: Temporary CultureAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: H. Wessells (self-published)
Date / Volume: #7 (1992)
Publication Place: Upper Montclair, NJ
Item 10: Terminal VelocityAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: James Horton ( Pandemonium Press)
Date / Volume: #1 (March 1994)
Publication Place: San Diego, CA
Item 11: Throat CultureAdd to your cart.
Russian periodical
Author / Publisher: Various Authors (self-published)
Date / Volume: #2 (1990)
Publication Place: Union, NJ
Item 12: Titanium ExposéAdd to your cart.
Author / Publisher: Christopher Kalani Woo (self-published)
Date / Volume: #

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