Go back and take it easy, boss-man

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Overview

Title
Go back and take it easy, boss-man
Series
Harris Broadsides
Contributors
Grinker, Morton. (creator)
Detroit Artist's Workshop (publisher)
Date Issued
between 1965 and 1967
Keywords
American poetry
20th century
Notes
Title from first line.
Poetry printed in two columns of differing width; each poem type-signed at end.
Mimeographed typescript on light blue paper.
At head of second column: Free poems among friends.
"Free poems among friends" had its beginnings in San Francisco in the Spring of 1965. By September of that year publication was continued until 1967 by the Detroit Artist's Workshop, later Detroit Artists' Workshop Press (see "Free poems among friends, Vol. 1, p.[3]").
This issue probably published in San Francisco.
Extent
1 broadside ; 28 x 22 cm.
Library Catalog
Catalog Link

Table of Contents

  • 16. June/65: for Bob Reyenga:
  • Outside in the universe:
  • Poet needs to eat:
  • Sixteenth June sixty-five:

Citation

Grinker, Morton., "Go back and take it easy, boss-man" Harris Broadsides. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:273867/

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