Slovo. Revue Mensuelle. No. 1 (March 1967) (all published).
The only issue of the abstract Lettrist literary serial published under the direction of Antoine Perich, consisting of a single sheet printed both recto and verso and folded into 8 sections, illustrated with drawings of stylized human figures suggesting letter-forms as well as concrete poetry. 8vo. Self-wrpps. Paris 1967. Signed by another Lettrist artist, Maurice Lemaitre.
Perich lived in Paris from 1965 to 1970 and became close to the Lettrist artists and poets as well as to a group of underground filmmakers. He was among the first activists to present, every week, programs of avant-garde films at the American Center in Paris. In 1970 Perich moved to New York, where he became friends with Andy Warhol and was a contributing photographer to Interview. Additional contributions in this short journal come from Joël Frémiot, Jean-Pierre Gillard, François Poyet, and Michel Jaffrennou. As of January 2015, OCLC is unable to locate a single holding worldwide.