Avant-garde literary magazine published by Loujon Press, otherwise known as John Edgar Webb and Louise "Gypsy Lou" Webb. The couple produced The Outsider from their small apartment in the French Quarter. By day Gypsy Lou sold paintings on a street corner, and by night she set the type that published beat poet Charles Bukowski. Each page of every copy of this issue was printed by hand individually on a 19th century press. Also included in this issue is Irving Layton, Henry Miller, and many more.
Publisher: Loujon Press
Edition: Vol. 1, No. 3, Spring 1963
Date Published: 1963
Place Published: New Orleans
Condition: Good +
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 138 p. 23 cm. Charles Bukowski on front, street scene of New Orleans on back. B&w illustrations. Paperback. Pink tissue endpapers. Tear in lower spine and mid-spine, general wear to edges.