Full text: Secession (Number one) (1)

NUMBER ONE 
SPRING 
1922 
DIRECTOR: GORHAM B. MUNSON 
Temporary editorial office : Hotel Zenit, Vienna, Austria 
Business office : Peter K. Hurwitz7~Treasurer, 1361 -"’TfT'S'Beet, Brooklyn, 
New York 
Address all correspondence, editorial and business, to Peter K. Hurwitz, 
Treasurer, 1361 -46 Street, Brooklyn, New York 
IDENTITY CARDS 
Louis Aragon: 
A youthful student of medicine who served in the 
war. Poet, novelist, critic, co-director of Littérateur 
and associate editor of Aventure, the two organs 
of the youngest French generation in letters. 
Will Bray: 
He has covered at prodigious speed an enormous 
amount of literary territory during his nineteen 
years. He has lived alternately in America and in 
France and writes in both languages. 
Malcolm Cowley : 
A contributor of poetry and essays to a number 
of publications, including the Dial, the Little 
Review, the N. Y. Evening Post Literary Review. 
He graduated from Harvard not long ago and is 
living in Montpellier, France, at present. 
Matthew Josephson: 
A recent graduate of Columbia University and a 
resident of Paris. He has been published by 
Poetry : A Magazine of Verse. Lately, he joined 
the staff of Aventure. A helpful counselor at the 
meetings in Paris which planned Secession. 
Tristan Tzara: 
His cry, „Dada“, has travelled around the world 
from the Café Voltaire, Zurich in 1916. A Rou 
manian who writes in French. He is author of 
La Première Aventure Céleste de Mr Antipyrine, 
Vingt-Cinq Poèmes and Calendrier cinéma du 
coeur abstrait. 
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