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'''Contact''' was a poetry zine edited by Jeff Goldberg.  
 
'''Contact''' was a poetry zine edited by Jeff Goldberg.  
  
Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., ''Contact'' was a mimeographed publication published in the 1970s that sold for cents.  
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Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., ''Contact'' was a mimeographed publication published in the 1970s that sold for 50 cents.  
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Issue 5 was devoted to Anne Waldman, and included an interview by Bokris-Wylie, Ted Berrigan and Joe Brainard on Anne Waldman, plus Otis Brown, Tom Picard and John Weiners.
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Issue 6 was the Tom Pickard issue, with interview by Bokris-Wylie, Robert Bly and Otis Brown on Tom Pickard, plus Robert Creley, Gerard Malanga, and John Weiners.
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Issue 7 was the John Weiners issue, including interview by Bokris-Wylie, and Eric Mottram writing about him, plus Gerard Malanga, Tom Pickard, Aram Saroyan, and Tom Weatherley. 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:33, 1 December 2011

Contact was a poetry zine edited by Jeff Goldberg.

Published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Contact was a mimeographed publication published in the 1970s that sold for 50 cents.

Issue 5 was devoted to Anne Waldman, and included an interview by Bokris-Wylie, Ted Berrigan and Joe Brainard on Anne Waldman, plus Otis Brown, Tom Picard and John Weiners.

Issue 6 was the Tom Pickard issue, with interview by Bokris-Wylie, Robert Bly and Otis Brown on Tom Pickard, plus Robert Creley, Gerard Malanga, and John Weiners.

Issue 7 was the John Weiners issue, including interview by Bokris-Wylie, and Eric Mottram writing about him, plus Gerard Malanga, Tom Pickard, Aram Saroyan, and Tom Weatherley.