Out of Sight

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(New page: '''Out of Sight''' was a poetry zine edited by James Mechem. Published in the 1970s in Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., ''Out of Sight'' was a small 8 page mimeographed publication. Contributor...)
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Published in the 1970s in Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., ''Out of Sight'' was a small 8 page mimeographed publication.
Published in the 1970s in Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., ''Out of Sight'' was a small 8 page mimeographed publication.
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Contributors included George Barker, Paul Blackburn, David Calder, Peggy Garrison, Fanny Howe, Gloria Kenison, Walt Phillips, Hugo Williams.
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Contributors included George Barker, Paul Blackburn, David Calder, Peggy Garrison, Fanny Howe, Gloria Kenison, Michael Joseph Phillips, Walt Phillips, Steve Sneyd (later editor of [[Data Dump]]), and Hugo Williams.
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Issue 36 focused on the "British Scene" and was guest edited by Steve Sneyd.
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Out of Sight was a poetry zine edited by James Mechem.

Published in the 1970s in Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A., Out of Sight was a small 8 page mimeographed publication.

Contributors included George Barker, Paul Blackburn, David Calder, Peggy Garrison, Fanny Howe, Gloria Kenison, Michael Joseph Phillips, Walt Phillips, Steve Sneyd (later editor of Data Dump), and Hugo Williams.

Issue 36 focused on the "British Scene" and was guest edited by Steve Sneyd.

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