San Francisco: Cloud House, [1983?]. Maddeningly unpaginated quarto wraps made up of a variety of standard-size leaves mimeo'd double-sided, perhaps 150p. all told, some colored paperstocks and monochrome print. No damn title page, as issued. Asian style binding sewn with brown cord, some soiling to edges and rear cover. Light general wear.
Publishing info from a folded leaflet bound in the back, dated from editor's inscription; the Kush "ownership reticence" doubtless Digger-inspired. This issue is, like the first one, fundamentally a poetry journal, we turned to Joanne Kyger and Gary Snyder, and to a long lament for John Lennon killed. Also find anti-Reagan anti-nuke material. Cloud House was a poet's and artist's space in San Francisco's North Mission neighborhood in the 1970s and '80s.