[Melbourne, A Comment Publications], 1942.
Quarto,  pages printed on brown paper, with an illustration by Irvine Green printed in white, and with a tipped-in plate (of 'Composition with Black Vase' by Adrian Lawlor).
Saddle-stapled pictorial title-wrappers, with the title printed in white (and some white added to another four pages); spine beginning to split at the head and foot; a few creases and other signs of age and use; a very good copy.
Sometimes subtitled 'A Journal of Poetry, Art, Literature and Social Comment', this scarce Australian little magazine 'Encouraged all forms of experimental writing. Translations of Kafka, Baudelaire and Maupassant. Contributors included Max Harris, Adrian Lawlor, Alister Kershaw, Muir Holburn, Arthur Ashworth, Irvine Green and the Americans Karl Shapiro, Harry Roskolenko, and Wm. Van O'Connor. Ceased for want of 150 subs' (John Tregenza: 'Australian Little Magazines, 1923-1954'). Number 26, the last issue, appeared in Winter 1947. This issue includes contributions by Adrian Lawlor (4 pages plus the plate), Max Harris (a poem), Brian Vrepont, and James Gleeson's poem 'Phantasia', the winning entry for the writing competition announced in the previous number.