New York: V.L. Richman, 1963. Six representative issues, including the scarce inaugural number, of this individualist anarchist semi-monthly, which ran to a total of 23 issues, ceasing publication in 1965. An eccentric and ephemeral publication, described on the mast-head thus: "An independent and assertedly individual journal of commentary news and criticism of interest to residents of New York City, published semimonthly, edited by V.L. Richman, and dedicated to prisons and jailers that they may continue to make anarchists of us all." The second issue contains a solicitation for submissions, but it would appear that Richman, in addition to editing and publishing the paper, also provided most of its content. Six issues. Quarto (14" x 8-1/2"). Original corner-stapled sheets; mimeographed; each issue 6pp. Horizontal folds for mailing, else Very Good to Fine.