From its controversial beginning in late 1964, Coyote was a small but influential press,
publishing works by many of those who had appeared in Donald Allen's The New
American Poetry (Grove Press, 1960), including Paul Blackburn, Ed Dorn, Robert
Creeley, Charles Olson, and Gary Snyder. Later issues included work from Europe
and Asia—including writers and artists such as Reidar Eckner, Giulia Niccolai, Jean
Monod, and Nanao Sakaki.