Peoria: The Ellis Press, 1985. Paperback. 180p., plainish printed mustard-yellow wraps, very good condition.
San Francisco local moves to Pennsylvania but returns now and then to gripe about the changes. Well, only the bad changes, some are good: p.7, he and wife Kit are in Roma, an expresso trough, and "Gregory Corso comes into the Roma. He got false teeth since we saw him last summer, and he no longer looks as if his face collapsed." Lots of drinking and real life.