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Boston: Fag Rag, 1972. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, news, reviews, services, ads, mild toning and edgewear otherwise very good on newsprint. Early issue of one of the most radical of the gay publications of the period. Article on drag performer Tangerine, FBI Hoover goes underground.
San Francisco: Gay Sunshine, 1971. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, illustrations, poetry, essays, reviews, news, misfolding, coffee cup stain inside, light wear and toning otherwise good on newsprint. Women's Liberation is Our Liberation. Poetry by Mariah and Wienders, and Ron Vernon on growing up Black and Ga in Chicago.
San Francisco: Gay Sunshine, 1971. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, illustrations, poetry, essays, reviews, news, light wear and toning else very good on newsprint. Women's Liberation is Our Liberation. Poetry by Mariah and Wienders, and Ron Vernon on growing up Black and Gay in Chicago.
Kerhonkson, NY: Poets Press, 1966. Unpaginated, 9 x 7.5 inches, illustrated with drawings, all paperstock decoratively blind-stamped, very good first edition chapbook in stapled pictorial yellow wraps toned at edges and spinefold. Matson's first book. Like much of Matson's poetry, there is no ostensible gay content, but references (Wieners, Huncke.....
New York: St. Marks Poetry Project, 1970. Magazine.  8.5x14 inch mimeographed sheets side-stapled into covers with illustration and title on front. Light wear to covers else good. This was St. Marks Poetry Project's magazine, part of the Mimeo Revolution. Anne Waldman became director of the project in 1968 and.....
[Santa Barbara]: Unicorn Press, . Hardcover. Three-panels with 3 poems tipped-into hard covers with a fourth colophon panel affixed, signed and numbered 146/200 copies by the poet, very good with paper title label affixed front cover. Perpetua type, hand-set and designed by Alan Brilliant, bound by Patti Field, There were.....