Folder Literary and Art Magazine
Folder was a literary and art magazine published twice a year
by the Tiber Press in New York in the early 1950's. It was edited
by Daisy Aldan and Richard Miller. Daisy Aldan was the first American
woman to edit a small press magazine. Each poem, story or play
was printed on a separate page. All copies contained at least
one piece of original art. The pages were laid in a folder. The
pages measure 7.5" x 10.5"
Folder 1 Volume 1, Number 1 - Winter 1953 (No. 493 of an edition
of five hundred numbered copies) (Stock number 003Folder1) $150.00
Poetry by Frank O'Hara, Sandra Wool, John Ashbery, Edwin Treitler,
Alexander Randolph, Daisy Aldan, George Hartigan, James Merrill,
Leon Hecht, Jean Garrigue, Kenneth Koch and Giorgio Caproni.
Playlet by James Schuyler.
Short Stories by Frederick English, Giusseppe Patroni Griffi,
Robert Hellman, and William Fense Weaver.
Three original silk screen prints by George Hartigan.
Folder 2 Volume 1, Number 2: 1954 (Stock number 003Folder2)
Poetry by Donald Windham, John Ashbery, Frank O'Hara, Anne
Bernays, V.R. Lang, Elise Asher, Gerrit Lansing, Kenneth Koch,
Daisy Aldan, Arthur Gregor, Harriet Zinnes, Mary Caroline Richards,
James Schuyler, Philipe Thoby-Marcelin, Robert Cordier, Jorge
A Masque by Eugene Walter.
Short Stories by Kenward Elmslie, Anne Ryan and Ruth L. Yorck.
Two phographs by Walter Silver.
An original serigraph in four colors by Alfred Leslie.
Folder 3 Volume 2, Number 1: 1954-1955 (Stock number 003Folder3)
Fifteen Poets (with translations from the Greek and Italian).
Poetry by George Seferis, Nanos Valaoritis, Zoe Karelli, Christopher
Logue, Frank O'Hara, Barbara Guest, James Broughton, Pier Paolo
Pasolini, Marvin Cohen, Kenneth Koch, Daisy Aldan, Carol Hall,
David Galler, John Ashbery, Sanford Edelstein, Hy Sobiloff.
A critical piece on some new American painters by Frank O'Hara.
Short Stories by Emilie Glen, William Fense Weaver, and Lloyd
Drawing by by Michael Lekakis.
An original serigraph by Gandy Brodie.
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