N. pl. Middle Water Press, 1978. 116p., introduction by Michael Bloomfield, wraps, corner crease to front cover, otherwise very good. Japanese American poet/musician, harmonica-player and pharmacist. Bloomfield had known him for 7 or 8 years, feeling about Nishizaki's work that "other than the writing of Charles Bukowski, it's the most legible, enjoyable, funky, human nonprose that these eyes have ever beheld"