Kibbutz in the Sky (Samisdat, Volume XVII, #4)
Place Published: Richford, VT
Date Published: 1974
Edition: Second edition
Book Id: 33541
16pp. Octavo (21.5 cm); saddle-stitched (2 staples) yellow wraps showing some light rubbing. Red printed illustration on front cover, red text printed throughout. Near fine, with only minor rubbing to rear cover.
Epigram (from Friedrich Nietzsche) appropriately reads: "Of all writings I love only that which is written with blood." D.A. Levy (1942-1968), a modern-day poete maudit, committed suicide at age 26. He was a Cleveland-based publisher and writer, Jewish by birth with eventual Buddhist leanings; a contemporary of the well-known writers and artists of the Beat Generation. This work is comprised of D.A. Levy's poetic lamentations regarding various frustrations and run-ins with the law. Samisdat, Volume XVII, #4 (67th release), text reprinted from T.L. Kryss' 1967 anthology, "UKANHAVYRFUCKINCITIBAK".