We used a big rubber stamp and a pad of red ink to print the logo by hand on each copy of 3-Cent Pulp, and eventually employed an machine that used silk-screen stencils (prepared on a typewriter and then stacked in a hopper) to address copies of the magazine to subscribers. By 1980, we had published 107 issues and had been banned twice from the Vancouver Public Library and we were two and half years behind in the publishing schedule.
- National Poetry Daze
- Oblivion, waters of
- Goethe + Nazis; Surnames, Fate
- Approaching Toronto, pre-winter
- Poets, Occupists, NaNoWriMo-ists
- The Poets and the Occupists, part 2
- The Poets and the Occupists
- DM Fraser responds to Margaret Atwood in 1974
- Mr. Tubesteak and the School Teacher
- What is a cultural magazine?
- Word Cloud
- Father, dinner, spiritual machine, excremental
- Short day, long night
- The Coincidence Problem