San Francisco: Translation Center - Union of Left Writers, 1989. 63p., stapled 6.8x5.5 inch plainish wraps, untrimmed with edges mildly worn, a very good copy. Single issue of the radical literary journal, poetry by American and international writers with appended translations, seemingly into whatever languages someone interested could muster. For...
Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1986. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, wraps slightly worn, else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles.
Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1990. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles.
Quezon City, Philippines: FLOW, . Single sheet folded to create 8-panel brochure introducing a Philippine women's organization. Cover features drawing of four women in clothing and hairstyles suggestive of different walks of life, all facing the same direction. Brochure indicates that FLOW was active in efforts to remove US bases...
San Francisco: Operation Counterforce, no date, circa 1960. 56p., staplebound 10x7 inch plain printed wraps, slight offset soil with mild crimping near staples. Homegrown political notions assuming, in the beginning of this text, a paternal understanding why people espouse various politics; this highmindedness quickly disperses. The anonymous author purposes to...
New York: MAN, [196-]. 8.5x11 inch handbill, minor edgewear; verso has a cartoon depicting Puerto Ricans, Vietnamese, American Indians, and African Americans being hung from the gallows. Announces upcoming events including daily demonstrations at the UN. The issuing organization is cited only as "MAN," located at 514 W. 126th St...
New York: Templar Press, 1976. Magazine. 48p., 8.5x11 inch staplebound magazine, very good. The group described itself as gynarchist (favoring the seizure of power by women) and positioned itself in opposition to Gay liberation because the latter was a masculine ideology. This issue includes "The Flaming Faggots Manifesto."
Tustin CA: Medina Press, 1984. 52p., staplebound 8.5x7 inch self-wraps, edge-trimmed two-color cover, clean sound copy with mild signs of handling. Otto Rene Castillo, Wanda Coleman, Laurel Ann Bogen, Lyn Lifshin, Ray Lopez, Robert Peters, Jack Hirschman, for starters. The rather thorough vitae list reminds us that Otto Castillo was...
Arlington, VA: Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste, Inc., 1989-1991. Magazine. Ten issue broken run, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, sources, resources, actions, events, news, tips, illustrations, photos, cartoons, very good magazine-format newsletter in stapled pictorial wraps. Grassroots environmental activism.
San Francisco: American Indian Treaty Council Information Center, 1977. Magazine. 35p., 8.5x11 inches, photos, reports, mild foxing to edges of covers otherwise very good booklets in stapled white pictorial wraps. Special issue of Treaty Council News, Vol. 1 no. 7. Includes statements by Native American speakers, legal commission report, and resolutions.
Santa Barbara: El Comite de Prensa popular/El Congreso/UC Santa Barbara, 1984. Newspaper. 4p., 11x17 inch folded tabloid newspaper, texts in English and Spanish, photos, articles, minor wear otherwise very good newsprint. Organ of the Mexicano-Chicano student organization on the UCSB campus. Cover story on Pulitzer Prize-winner Frank Del Olmo speaking...
Santa Barbara: El Comite de Prensa popular/El Congreso/UC Santa Barbara, 1977. Newspaper. 8p., 11x16 inch folded tabloid newspaper, texts in English and Spanish, photos, ads, articles, minor wear otherwise very good newsprint. Organ of the Mexicano-Chicano student organization on the UCSB campus. Cover story on Raza students mobilizing against Bakke...