Trobar, edited by George Economou, Joan Kelly, and Robert Kelly, was published in New York City between 1960 and 1964. Its five issues presented the work of a number of significant voices in the poetry of America at that time and in the present.
Trobar One: David Antin, Robert Duncan, George Economou, Clayton Eshleman, Calvin Green, Robert Kelly, Frank Kuenstler, Jerome Rothenberg.
Trobar Two: Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, Duncan, Economou, Seymour Faust, George Hitchcock, Leroi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Kelly, Rochelle Owens, Rothenberg, Armand Schwerner, Gary Snyder, Editorial, "Notes on the Poetry of Deep Image" by Robert Kelly.
Trobar Three: Michael Benedikt, Blackburn, Dorn, Duncan, Economou, Eshleman, Faust, Kelly, David Ossman, Owens, Rothenberg, Schwerner, Diane Wakoski, "Why Deep Image" by Jerome Rothenberg.
Trobar Four: Blackburn, Duncan, Economou, Jones, Kelly, Philip Lamantia, Gerrit Lansing, Jackson MacLow, Joel Oppenheimer, Owens, Margaret Randall, Rothenberg, Schwerner, Wakoski, Louis Zukofsky.
Trobar Five: Antin, Blackburn, Duncan, Economou, Theodore Enslin, Jack Foss, Kathleen Fraser, Anselm Hollo, Jones, Kelly, Lansing, MacLow, Barbara Moraff, Charles Olson, Owens, Randall, Rothenberg, Schwerner, John Wieners.