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San Francisco: Damaged Goods, 1980. Single issue of the punk and new-wave zine in tabloid newspaper format, 38p., horizontal fold; rear cover has doodles and notations written over an advertisement. Cover story on Public Image Limited in San Francisco, the Cramps, and a section on the scene in Japan.
San Francisco: huh? publisher? July 1991. Single buff leaf folded once, as issued, events program reproduced from typescript with good visual touches, a very good specimen. Leaflet advertising a festival of rare concert clips (as of Residents, Chrome, The Offs), art exhibits, videos from Prague Spring, KPOO benefit, live music.....
n.p. the zine, 2012. [36p.], photocopied zine format in lightly worn wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches. DIY hardcore music zine, much about the authors' bands and interviews with musicians of like mind. Most content appears to be by Mark Chen, with contributions from bandmates. Based in Southern California.
Vancouver, BC: Open Road, 1977. Single issue of Open Road, a Vancouver-based anarchist-oriented newspaper; 19 pages, 16.5x11.5 inches, very good, centerfold poster is a 1978 calendar. Contents include "Punk rock: puking in the face of boredom," "Rita Brown: guerrilla bust puts anarchism on trial," the International Week of Pieing ("Fly.....
Vancouver, BC: Open Road, 1976-87. Eight issues of Open Road, a Vancouver-based anarchist-oriented newspaper. Sixteen to 32 pages, 16.5x11.5 inches, horizontal fold, address label on front panels, some pencil notes, otherwise very good. Issues present are 1-3, 7, 11, 15, 16, and 21. Contents include articles on punk and reggae.....
Richmond, VA: the zine, 2005. Two issues of the tabloid newspaper "zine supporting the do-it-yourself ethics of the punk community." 20 and 16 pages respectively. Horizontal fold, otherwise very good. Coverage of bands and other publications, with some focus on such genres as ecopunk and the vegan movement.
New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2003. Paperback. xv, 287p., personal inscription signed by the author, Hag Anthem, very good first trade paperback edition, first printing stated in pictorial wraps. Butch bike messenger Jim leaves her girlfriend and San Francisco for NYC to get clean of drugs.
no place: A Gridlords Publication, 2013. Paperback. Unpaginated, about 120p., softbound, a small paperback in 5.5x4 inch overdecorated wraps. Slightest edgewear, clean and sound, a very good copy. The list of contributors runs to 22 names including made-up ones. Daria Tessler; she's real, right? From copyright page: "We are the.....
Minneapolis: Peter Davis / Your Flesh Magazine, no date, circa 1990. Unpaginated, way too many pages, slick color cover and newsprint guts which have toned considerably but are not yet fragile. Softbound in 11x8.2 inch stapled wraps, slight crimping along spinefold, small seller's pricetag in one corner, a clean sound.....