Very Good. Item #4955
Washington, D.C.: Paycock Press, 1997. First Edition. Signed by contributors Diane Williams and Ben Marcus on their respective pages. Octavo; 363pp +4pp ads. Illustrated paper wraps. Covers very lightly shelfworn, but clean and crisp overall. Binding is sound and pages unmarked.
Gargoyle was founded in 1976 in Washington, D.C. and ran continuously until going on hiatus in 1990. This anniversary issue was the first of the revived magazine, which has published continuously since. This issue features excerpts from memoirs by Nick Cave and Joan Haverty Kerouac, poetry by Elizabeth Alexander, Russell Edson, Heather McHugh, Peggy Pfeiffer, and Maggie Smith, fiction by Jodi Bloom, Ben Marcus, and Diane Williams, among many others.