A bookseller on Abebooks states that Kauri ran for "only" 33 issues. Poor Will Inman is definitely not getting his props here. In the mimeo world that is a TON of issues. In fact the daunting prospect of trying to gather together all 33 issues is the sole and only reason I do not own a single issue of Kauri. To say nothing of the New Kauri. Which I am inclined to hate by the way. Cannot stand it when a magazine ends and then sputters up again. It is uncomfortable and brings up all times of questions. Do I have to have the New Kauri to have a complete run of Kauri? Are they separate magazines? Evergreen Review pulled the same shit. I do not care what anybody else thinks but a complete run of Evergreen Review ends in 1973 with issue 96. All the drips and dribbles after that are imposters and pretenders. I want to take a baseball bat to the mag like in a Looney Tunes cartoon and beat it into submission. Die already and with some dignity. It is perfectly okay to stop publishing a mimeo mag, particularly if you have been grinding it out for 33 issues. Nothing to be ashamed about and to be honest it is a major accomplishment. Few slog it out that long despite what they might say on Abebooks. That is like a rare bookdealer being in business for "only" a decade. If it is so easy why don't you get out there and try and do it.