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Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion is an extremely sporadically appearing surrealist magazine published in Chicago and edited by Franklin Rosemont, though The Beat Page claims Philip Lamantia was a "contributing editor". Four issues have appeared, the second in 1973, the third in 1976 and the fourth and most recent in 1989.
Contributors to Number 3 included Jayne Cortez and Philip Lamantia, a surrealist poet connected to the Beats. It was described as "[a] stunning, lavish, damn huge production, with essays, art, poetry and invective from just about anyone who's anyone... [a]ngry, uncompromising and provocative", with "[m]ind blowing perspectives on just about everything."
- Acéphale, a surrealist review created by Bataille, published from 1936 to 1939
- Minotaure, a primarily surrealist-oriented publication founded by Albert Skira, published in Paris from 1933 to 1939
- La Révolution surréaliste, a Surrealist publication founded by Breton, published in Paris from 1924 to 1929
- View, an American art magazine, primarily covering avant-garde and surrealist art, published from 1940 to 1947
- VVV, a New York magazine published by émigré European surrealists from 1942 through 1944
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