A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words). TYPESCRIPT POEMS + TLS.
A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words).
A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words).
A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words).
A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words).
A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words).

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A group of 4 typescript poems by Alexander Trocchi, accompanied by a typed letter signed to the editor of Suck, Bill Levy, dated June 28, 1972 (97 words).

Each sheet measures 25.3x20.4cm.

The "4 carnalish poems" ("Belinda"; "Marilyn"; "Myrtle with the Light Blue Hair"; and "Into My Church") were sent to Levy for possible inclusion in Suck, or possibly a Suck book project, but were not used (they appeared a few months later in "Man at Leisure", the imminent publication of which Trocchi refers to in the letter).

Author's ink holograph amendment to one poem, with a stray ink squiggle to letter. Two faint horizontal folds and ring binder hole punches to all five sheets, o/w Near Fine.

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