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. Exposed staple-binding, a little rubbed, good copy. [FYI, other copies we have seen boasted Asian-style binding sewn with brown cord, this must have been an abandoned experiment or a binder feeling hurried].
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.