Most "little" magazines from from that era (or any area, really) are somewhat rare. I have never seen that one before. I would bet that they did not publish more than 200 copies of that mag. How many survived? Probably less than 50...
That does not always translate into a ton of cash, but it is a nice find, indeed.
Your welcome. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Wonderful uncollected poem. The only copy of this little mag that I am aware of is in John Martin 's collection at OAC.
Another interesting tidbit I failed to mention concerning this quetzal: in the back under " contributors" the editor writes: "Charles Bukowski has a novel in progress; " The Poet & Post office" , a novel. I wasn't aware that title was considered as a possibility. Of course it was changed to "Post Office".