John Cheney's Literary Magazine, #2
(San Diego), John Cheney, 1982. A journal of experimental prose, which includes several pieces by Davis: "Television"; "How W.H. Auden Spends the Night in a Friend's House"; and an excerpt "from The Cottages." Also includes pieces by John Cheney, Mark Cheney, Melvyn Freilicher, Bill Luoma and Rose Anne Raphael. Uncommon avant garde zine, with notes on contributors identifying Davis as a "harpsichordist in the court of Frederick the Great, where for the past 28 years her principle duty has been to accompany the monarch's performances on the flute." Also includes editor's commentary on other "New (Competing) SD Magazines." Stapled sheets. Fine. [#030707] $150

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