Los Angeles: The Tide Collective, 1975. Magazine. 32p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, resources, poetry, news, events, ads, pages toned, rear wrap soiled, two holes punched along left side for insertion into a binder else good newsprint magazine in pastebound pictorial wraps.
Includes an interview with Kate Millet, plus articles on the August 26th women's day march of that year, women and lesbians on the picket line, Jane Alpert, Joan Little, and more.
AKA The Tide. This was the first national lesbian-oriented newspaper in the US. It began in 1971 as a newsletter for the Los Angeles chapter of the Daughters of Bilitis but the editor Jeanne Cordova and other editorial staff decided to take a more radical stance and split from the DOB in December of 1972. They toyed with renaming the magazine/newspaper simply The Tide in 1973 but returned almost immediately to Lesbian Tide.