EXODUS: 1 Spring 1959
New York: Judson Studio, 1959. pp (2), (72),  + 2 double-sided plates, card covers. VG clean and unworn copy. Lead article by Seymour Krim, about his experiences going mad. Pages 37-42 contain "Poem of Holy Madness" by beat poet Ray Bremser, and on pp 30-32 is "Portfolio" , a three paragraph piece about William Ronald followed by "Sechoir", a two page short story by Ronald which the article claims is his first published work. The accompanying b&w plates are reproductions of four of his paintings. William Ronald (1926-98) was an important Canadian abstract expressionist and the founder of the group Painters Eleven. EXODUS, a quarterly published in Greenwich Village, lasted for 3 issues 1959-60. Bernard Scott was an assistant minister of Judson Memorial Church in the Village, He had opened an art gallery in the Church where he exibited Claes Oldenburg among others and promoted the Beat writers. Note: light parcel, any default shipping may be reduced.
Condition: Binding: Softcover