Book Description

Kent Taylor started writing poetry his freshman year at Ohio Wesleyan University. After quitting medical school at Ohio State University, he returned to Cleveland, and became a charter member of the underground poetry scene that erupted there during the 1960s. His first six books were published by d. a. levy. Taylor moved to San Francisco in 1970. A collection of 12 poems including: The Western Poem; Harbor Inn Blues; Driving to Meet my Son; Cleveland; 3-18-68 (for Jack Kerouac); & others.
Dealer Notes
First Edition; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; Grey Card Covers.
Author Taylor, Kent
Date 1971
Binding Softcover (Saddle-stapled)
Publisher Second Aeon, Cardiff
Illustrator Rebecca Morales (cover)
Condition Very Good Condition (No Dust Jacket as published); some light browning to covers.
Pages 16

Price: £15.00

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