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n.p. 2018. 97p., paperback, very good. Describes itself as "a monthly newsletter by and for those who walk the threshold, who attend to the openings between the worlds, who wear the mask and who look beyond the veil. In the varied lineage of the underground and anarchist press, we receive...
Berlin: Senatsverwaltung für Jungend und Familie, 1993. Paperback. 287p., text in german, first edition, red wraps with a quarter inch chip on front edge of cover not affecting text or structure. Dokumente lesbischschwuler Emanzipation des Referates für gleichgeschlectlichte Levensweisen #8.
New York: John Reed Club of New York, 1934. Magazine. 64p., wraps edge worn with some abrasions, heavily foxed and soiled (interior clean), 6x9 inches. Contributors include Tillie Lerner, Edwin Rolfe, Louis Aragon, Nelson Algren, Alfred Hayes, Kenneth Fearing, Wallace Phelps, William Rollins, Jr. and others.
[Paris]: François Maspero, 1972. Paperback. 208p., text in French, some marginal checks and underlines, textblock is cracked with a few leaves at risk, otherwise good; first edition trade paperback journal in pictorial wraps. The issue, primarily concerned with Wilhelm Reich and the sexpol movement, contains a section on homosexuality and.....
Berkeley: People's Gay Sunshine, [1970s]. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid newspaper illustrations, poetry, essays, reviews, news, lightly-used and toned on newsprint. A radical split from Gay Sunshine. This issue (the only issue published) focuses on Edward Carpenter and various radical critiques of American society, heterosexism, etc; a femnist critique of May...
Washington DC & Baltimore: Printed at Diana Press for Quest, 1977-1978. Paperback. Four issue run, various pagination, illustrations, photos, ads, poetry, essays etc., mild toning and wear to several covers, address labels otherwise a very good trade paperback journal in white pictorial wraps.
Amsterdam: B.R.Gruner, 1979. Two special issues of the journal, 149 and 127 pages respectively, each with external stains to spine, interior clean. The theme of No. 33 is "Passage to Marxist thought in the waning 1970s;" the double isue is on "Philosophers of the Federal Republic of Germany and West Berlin."