SF: Mid-Tower Publishing, 1958.
Premier issue of this magazine devoted to censorship issues. Features the cover story: "The Village of Angry Young Men" about the Beatniks in San Francisco. Includes several pages of photos of the San Francisco Beat scene by Harry Redl, including one of Wallace and Shirley Berman sitting on the floor of their studio in LA with the caption: "Painter Wallace Berman and his better half in his studio in Los Angeles. Floor sitting is de rigueur in nonconformist circles." Also articles by Henry Miller, Lawrence Lipton, and one on the Howl censorship trial. Soft crease to front cover, else fine.