Mentor, OH: Generator Press.
Softcover. Near fine. Located outside Cleveland, Ohio, Generator Press was founded in 1986 by poet John Byrum, who characterized it as "an alternative micropress devoted to all types of experimental writing." It published the annual Generator Magazine (an international anthology of experimental writing and visual poetry), as well as a chapbook series featuring the work of a range of contemporary visual and language poets. The press was most active in its first 10 years, but put out sporadic publications through at least 2004. This collection includes most of the non-periodical titles published, many of which are now scarce. Included are: SASE: A Mail Installation (Miekal And,1990); Moebius (Bruce Andrews, 1993); A Matter of Habit (Dennis Barone, 1995); i.e. (John Byrum, 1987); Meant (John Byrum, 1987); Meat of Four Percepts (John Byrum, 1994); Separations (Tom Beckett, 1988); Vanishing Points of Resemblance (Tom Beckett, 2004); William Said (Arnold Falleder, 1994); (untitled) (Peter Ganick, 1989); What I'm Doing (Arleen Hartman, 1997); Trains Sl:ay Huns (Craig Hill, 1990); March (Richard Kostelanetz, 1990); Inter(ir)ruptions (Hank Lazer, 1992); Invading Reagan (Stephen-Paul Martin, 1990); Pornography (Susan Smith Nash, 1992); Beacons Imaging Within / As Promises (John Perlman, 1990); and Jones (Ron Silliman, 1993). Most are in fine condition; a few are lightly toned.