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Oakland: Woman to Woman, [1970?]. Unpaginated, second printing, a very good in red, stapled pictorial wraps. The first printing was a mimeographed issue of 1,000 copies. The quote from SCUM (Society for Cutting Up Men) on the title page has led some to mistakenly interpret this collection as a publication.....
Berkeley: Kelsy St. Press, 1976. Paperback. 48p., 7x10 inches, illustrated with b&w photos of artworks, contributor notes, white covers are somewhat foxed and soiled, otherwise good trade paperback collection in wraps. Collection of women poets and six Southern California women artists.
New York: Motive Magazine, 1972. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, photos, articles, services & resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Motive, a Methodist student publication, published this issue and a gay men's issue, then ceased publication. The issue is edited by Joan Biren, Rita Mae Brown, Charlotte Bunch.....
San Francisco: Out/Look Foundation, 1990. Magazine. 88p., 8.5x11 inches, b&w illustrations and photos, features, columns, editorials, reviews, very good and well-produced LGBT magazine in glossy color pictorial wraps. This issue's cover story is What it Means to Be Colored Me and Art Against AIDS.
Oakland: The Womens Press Collective, [197-?]. [12p] (including illustrated wraps), 6.5x8.5 inches, drawings by Wendy Cadden, old price neatly penned in corner of front cover, otherwise very good booklet in pictorial wraps. Not stapled, possibly as issued to cut costs (the "old price" is twentyfive cents). Poetry. Grier A***.
South San Francisco: Man-Root, 1969. Pamphlet. 66p., mimeographed text on construction paper self-wraps tinted marigold yellow; we came into several copies, some saddle-stitched some simply nested with no stapling. These have no cardstock wrapper though the outermost leaf credits one Alan Blackman for "cover" presumably for cover artwork. A peculiar.....
New York: Crown Publishers, 1995. 64p., 4.5x6.5 inches, illustrated with b&w photography, first printing, dj. Works by five lesbian photographers -- Pamela Camhe, Joyce Culver, Morgan Gwenwald, Trista Sordillo, and Eva Weiss; images of lesbians through the 20th century. Nice birthday or wedding gift.