The realist [no.66], April 1966

New York: The Realist Association, 1965. 32p., wraps, paper badly browned, staples rusted, some edgewear or staining. 8.5x11 inch newsprint magazine. Cover advises that "God Is Alive In Argentina" and features a story by Krassner headlined "I Was an Abortionist for the FBI," a surprisingly lengthy excursis generated by a conference in San Francisco. Also find LeRoy Jones' "perfect squelch;" a JAMA article from 1959 on things found in rectums; more medical musings on treatments of the foot, and on circumcision; The Memoirs of Dean Rusk [a parody]; and many more such. A fairly rich issue.

Cat.No: 182461

Price: $10.00