FALK. Loose Blätter für alles Mögliche. No. 1 (February 1984) through No. 36 (January 1987) (all published).
FALK. Loose Blätter für alles Mögliche. No. 1 (February 1984) through No. 36 (January 1987) (all published).
FALK. Loose Blätter für alles Mögliche. No. 1 (February 1984) through No. 36 (January 1987) (all published).
FALK. Loose Blätter für alles Mögliche. No. 1 (February 1984) through No. 36 (January 1987) (all published).

FALK. Loose Blätter für alles Mögliche. No. 1 (February 1984) through No. 36 (January 1987) (all published).

1984. A complete run in 36 issues of the cult underground literary and arts magazine, edited by Helmut Salzinger, each issue comprised of staples mimeographed pages housed inside illustrated cardstock wrpps., with prose and poetry contributions from a range of writers and artists including Salzinger himself, Giovanni Blumer, Sibylle Klefinghaus, Bettina Wiengarn, Thomas Kaiser, Franco Beltrametti, Gilbert Tassaux, Simon Vinkenoog, Theo Köppen, Stefan Hyner, Freidrich Hölderlin, Anna Rheinsberg, Klaus Hansen, Karsten Sturn, Lew Welch, Basho, Karl Krüll, Ulrich Raschke, and many others. Scattered illustrations. Large 8vo. Original saddle-stapled illustrated wrpps. Hamburg (Verlag Michael Kellner und Head Farm Odisheim) 1984-1987.

Helmut Salzinger began his career as a journalist and music critic and authored one of the first major German-language books on pop culture. From 1973 to the early 1980's, he wrote columns for the Hamburg music magazine "Sounds" under the pseudonym Jonas Überohr. In the early 80's, however, he withdrew from the cultural scene and retreated to a homestead in Odisheim called HEAD FARM, together with his wife, the artist MO Salzinger. They hosted literary figures, philosophers, and underground artists, and Helmut founded an independent publishing house, Head Farm Odisheim, to print FALK and some volumes of his own poetry. Scarce institutionally. Book ID: P6694

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