Nos. 1–5 saddle-stitched in wrappers, 24 pp. each issue, Fall 1990–Sept. 1991. Nos. 6/7 is The Scarlet Cabinet: A Compendium of Books by Alice Notley and Douglas Oliver. Sewn in wrappers. 442 pp., Mar. 1992.
Nos. 1–5. Each number includes an editoral and a section titled "Dream Gossip," responses to the editors' request for readers of Scarlet to send in their dreams. Respondents include: Sparrow, Leslie Scalapino, Joe Brainard, Douglas Oliver, Anne Waldman, John Godfrey, David Trinidad, and Susie Timmons among others.
Scarlet includes poetry, prose, translations, and artwork. No. 2 includes an interview with Philip Whalen by Leslie Scalapino; no. 5 includes two essays by Notley, "Women & Poetry" and "What Can be Learned from Dreams?" Contributors include: Tom Clark, Eileen Myles, Ed Dorn, Anselm Hollo, Jerome Rothenberg, Robert Creeley, Fanny Howe, Ann Lauterbach, Clark Coolidge, Ed Sanders, Iain Sinclair, Peter Riley, Lorenzo Thomas, Denise Riley, Barbara Guest, Wendy Mulford, and the editors, among others.
Artists presented include: Joe Brainard, George Schneeman, Donna Dennis, Alex Katz, Rudy Burckhardt, Yvonne Jacquette, Tom Clark, and Fielding Dawson.
Nos. 6/7 is The Scarlet Cabinet: A Compendium of Books by Alice Notley and Douglas Oliver. Sewn in wrappers. 442 pp., Mar. 1992. Cover art and design by Yvonne Jacquette. Includes introductions by the two editors along with "Penniless Politics," "Sophia Scarlett," and "Nava Sūtra" by Douglas Oliver and "The Descent of Alette," "Beginning with a Stain," "Twelve Poems Without a Mask," and "Homer's Art" by Alice Notley. All items near fine or fine.
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