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London: Freedom Press, 1963. Magazine. Single issue of the magazine, pp361-392, stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, wraps lightly worn, old price penned on front wrap, first page lightly foxed, else good condition. Articles include "Science Fiction and Anarchism", "Kenneth Patchen: Laureate of the Doomed Youth", and more.
San Francisco: American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, . Pamphlet. 28p., stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, address printed on rear wrap, else good condition. Addressed to mystery and science fiction writer and critic Anthony Boucher (pseudonym of William Anthony Parker White).
[Corte Madera]: [Gingko Press], 2010. Paperback. 353p., paperback, 9x11 inches. Light edgewear to front cover, else very good. Illustrated profusely with color photographs and art. Soule, Edonna, Lee, Vernon, and Mars-1 (Mario Martinez) make up the Further Collective, a group founded in the Bay Area in 2009. The artists all.....
[Canada]: Self-published by the author, [c2009]. Pamphlet. 63p., stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good zine. Gay cis male anarchist author discusses heteronormativity in movies, transphopia in the gay community, Black Blocs, and much more. Also includes two long excerpts from Ursula K. Le Guin and excerpts from comics by Steve.....
New York: New Foundations Cooperative Press, 1954. Pamphlet. 40p. staplebound journal, 6x9 inches, some wear at corners. Magazine associated with the American Youth for Democracy and the Labor Youth League, youth groups of the CPUSA. Includes an article about Academic Freedom Week at Ann Arbor, Edwin Berry Burgum on "Science.....
Vancouver, BC: Open Road, 1978. Single issue of Open Road, a Vancouver-based anarchist-oriented newspaper; 19 pages, 16.5x11.5 inches, very good, centerfold poster is dedicated to Steve Hall, a solitary confinement prisoner in British Columbia who launched an unsuccessful escape attempt. Contents include cover story on Anarchist science fiction, high security.....
Ottawa, ON, Canada: Spectrum, 1981. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly and lightly toned, shows evidence of having been folded in thirds for mailing, else very good. A monthly alternative paper for Ottawa, run out of Penny Lane, a used sci-fi, vintage fashion, second hand record store. This issue has.....
Berkeley: Berkeley General Recruiting Union, Industrial Workers of the World, 1963. Newsletter. 24p. mimeographed newsletter, very good, 8.5x11 inches. This issue edited by R.D. Ellington. This issue includes a piece on Joe Hill by Zapata Modesto; a science fiction short story by Carlos Cortez ("The observers"), Maurine Blanck on "The.....
Ann Arbor: Edwin M. Aprill Jr. [and] National Newspaper Syndicate, Inc., 1971. Hardcover. Unpaginated, about 200p., two strips on a page reproduced original size in b&w (no colorizing except for dj), hardbound in 9x12 inch bright red buckram boards spine-titled in bronze ink, in dust jacket. The bronze has faded.....
n.pl. [England]: Rubicon Books, 2006. Paperback. 315p., 5x8 inch pictorial wraps; covers a tad shelfworn, small price sticker on rear cover, else in very good condition. Science fiction novel about a scientist whose loyalty is torn between an impending doom and his search for his missing autistic son.
Boston: New England Free Press, [197-?]. Pamphlet. pp232-246, 5.5x8 inches,very good separate off-print pamphlet in stapled printed wraps. Reprinted from Asimov's The Solar System and Back (Doubleday, 1970) by the publisher known for activist tracts. Essay on women and the social conditions of womanhood.