A tri-quarterly publication featuring cowboy surrealists, maverick poets, writers, and artists. The publication was published and edited by Peter Koch and ran for six issues, spanning from 1974 to 1977. Shelley Hoyt-Koch collaborated on graphics and design for the last three issues.
Number Two, Spring 1975
Offset lithography. Features poems, prose, and psalms from a number of writers, including Robert Bly, Keith Abbott, James Magorian, Milo Miles, and Steven Flick. Text accompanied by graphics by Bruce Lee, Dana Johnson, and Sir Quaxalot. Cover illustration by Lee.
Complete list of contributors: Robert Bly, Adam Cornford, Anselm Parlatore, Jane Bailey, Keith Abbott, Tim Kyle, G. Sharits, Steven Flick, Eileen Shukofsky, Howard Hart, David Long, Opal L. Nations, Stuart Peterfreund, Wilbur Wood, Barbara Holland, James Magorian, Will Hochman, Charles Plymell, David Thomas, Sheryl McKinsey, Milo Miles, Ed Meek, Merritt Clifton, Jim Brook, Claud Peleiu, Ann Weisman, Bruce Kennison, Bob Bingham, Patrick Todd, Ed Dobb, Bruce Lee (cover, ill.), Dana Johnson (ill.), Sir Quaxalot (ill.)
Pamphlet; 89 pp. 5.5 x 8.5 inches   200 copies.