200 copies from 1972. An early Big Sky publication that looks like a spin-off from the iconic 8.5 X 11, side-stapled Angel Hair offerings. Reproduced from Waldman's manuscript. In the pages of Big Sky magazine, there are quite a few holograph poems sprinkled throughout, including a Waldman poem or two. That is one of the things I love about the magazine. There is not a set page layout or template. It is possible to read a typescript poem followed by a holograph poem followed by a comic. You never know the look of the next page thus making Big Sky a page turner. The same holds for the Big Sky publications. There is diversity in form and format. Unlike Fuck You Press publications for example which generally look the same.