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The Americas Review: A Review of Hispanic Literature and Art of the USA.  Vol. 14 No. 2, Summer 1986
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The Americas Review: A Review of Hispanic Literature and Art of the USA. Vol. 14 No. 2, Summer 1986

By Kanellos, Nicolas, publisher

Houston: Arte Publico Press, 1986. 99p., wraps, 5.5 x 8.5 inches, illus., wraps worn, sticker shadow on front wrap, else good condition. The review was formerly titled Revista Chicano-Riquena. Text mostly in English with some Spanish.

$20.00

Ark: #44, Summer 1969; massproduction/customisation
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Ark: #44, Summer 1969; massproduction/customisation

By Winton, Malcolm, editor, Fernand Leger, James Danforth, et al.

London: Royal College of Art, 1969. Magazine. 62p., 8.5x11 inches, essays, opinion, reviews, interviews, art, illustration, photos, very good paperback arts journal in white pictorial wraps. Interview with photos of a very young special effects and make-up artist Jim Danforth.

$25.00

Views and Comments [three issues]
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Views and Comments [three issues]

By Libertarian League

New York: the League, 1965. Staplebound booklet format; very good. 5.5x8.5 inches. Numbers present are 45, 46, and 48. Includes articles on current events and theory, as well as historical pieces on the Spanish Civil War and anarchist thinkers.

$25.00

Law & Sexuality: a review of lesbian and gay legal issues, volume 2, 1992; Symposium: Legal restrictions on homophobic and racist speech
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Law & Sexuality: a review of lesbian and gay legal issues, volume 2, 1992; Symposium: Legal restrictions on homophobic and racist speech

By Warren, J. Robert, II, editor, Charles I. Nero, Sandra J. Lowe, William B. Rubenstein et al.

New Orleans: Students of Tulane University School of Law, 1992. Paperback. 264p., extensive footnotes, tables, survey results, very good trade paperback law journal in white printed wraps.

$20.00

Hammer and Tongs. (Number 4 for 1964)
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Hammer and Tongs. (Number 4 for 1964)

By Socialist Party

New York: Socialist Party, 1964. 14p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, penned address on rear cover, fold crease from mailing. Includes a piece by R.W. Tucker opposing the group's call for nationalizing the pharmaceutical industry, giving detailed reasons for why he believes it to be "half-baked.

$12.00

Bound and Gagged: erotic adventures in male bondage, issue no. 63, March/April, 1998
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Bound and Gagged: erotic adventures in male bondage, issue no. 63, March/April, 1998

By Wingate, Bob, editor, James Bond, Zeus, Rick Castro, The Hun, Cavelo, Larry Townsend, etc.

New York: Outbound Press, 1998. Magazine. 64p.,8.5x11 inches, illustrated with explicit b&w drawings and photographs depicting homosexual male bondage and discipline, personal ads, cartoons, services, instruction, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Christopher Street: vol. 5, #3 January 1981: Intimacy
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Christopher Street: vol. 5, #3 January 1981: Intimacy

By Ortleb, Charles L. editor & publisher, Michael Denneny, Seymour Kleinberg, Richard Benner, Howard Cruse, Ned Rorem, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1981. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, good magazine in lightly-stained stapled pictorial wraps.

$12.00

The Alternative Orange: an alternative student newspaper [seven issues]
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The Alternative Orange: an alternative student newspaper [seven issues]

Syracuse, NY, 1991. Seven issues of the radical tabloid put out by students at Syracuse University, printed on high-quality paper, all with horizontal fold. Numbers present are vol. 1 no. 3, vol. 2 nos. 2, 3 and 5, vol. 3 nos. 1-3. Topics range from campus activism to polemics on Marxism and queer liberation.

$75.00

The New International Review [five issues]
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The New International Review [five issues]

Tempe, AZ; Rosedale, NY, 1977. Five issues of the socialist journal, staplebound 5.5x8.5 inch booklet format, generally very good with mild handling, last issue has more toned and edgeworn covers. Numbers present are vol. 1 nos. 2 and 4, and vol. 2 nos. 1-3. Includes a two-part series by Eric Lee (the editor) on "Socialism and the Jewish Revolution," as well as many theoretical articles and discussions of current events.

$40.00

After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 7, #4, August 1974: Special San Francisco issue, the people and the place
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After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 7, #4, August 1974: Special San Francisco issue, the people and the place

By Como. William, editor, Starla Smith, Dennis Forbes, et al.

New York: Dance Magazine, 1974. Magazine. 100p. including covers 8.5x11 inches, articles, features, reviews, listings, illustrated with b&w photos and ads, semi-glossy entertainment magazine in lightly-worn stapled pictorial wraps. Imogen Cunningham is featured on the cover. Entire issue devoted to people and places in SF in 1974. Angels of Light, Ginsburg, Ferlinghetti, Finicchio's etc. Reworking of "Ballroom Dance Magazine" and "Dance Magazine" A magazine of arts, stage, dance and music that bridged the gap between gay and straight readers in the 1970s-80s.

$15.00

Revista Chicano-riqueña: año tres, numero dos, Primevera 1975
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Revista Chicano-riqueña: año tres, numero dos, Primevera 1975

By Kanellos, Nicolás & Luis Dávila, editors

Bloomington: Indiana University Research Center for the Language Sciences, 1975. Paperback. 59p., texts in English and Spanish, notes, illustrations, poems, wraps worn else very good trade paperback literary and arts journal in pictorial wraps.

$30.00

The Call / El Clarín. Vol. 1 no. 2 (November 1972)
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The Call / El Clarín. Vol. 1 no. 2 (November 1972)

Chicago: October League / The Call, 1972. Second issue of the Marxist-Leninist tabloid-format paper, evenly toned, mild handling wear.

$18.00

After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 7, #10, February 1975: The Who\'s Roger Daltry in \
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After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 7, #10, February 1975: The Who's Roger Daltry in "Tommy

By Como. William, editor,Roger Daltry, Ann-Margaret, John Cullum, Peter Berlin, et al.

New York: Dance Magazine, 1975. Magazine. 100p. including covers 8.5x11 inches, articles, features, reviews, listings, illustrated with b&w photos and ads, worn semi-glossy entertainment magazine in lightly-worn stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story of the Who's "Tommy" filmed by Ken Russell. Reworking of "Ballroom Dance Magazine" A fine magazine of arts, stage, dance and music that bridged the gap between gay and straight readers in the 1970s-80s.

$15.00

Christopher Street: vol. 5, #7 July 1981: You Oughtta Be in Pictures! [note: June was skipped this volume]
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Christopher Street: vol. 5, #7 July 1981: You Oughtta Be in Pictures! [note: June was skipped this volume]

By Ortleb, Charles L. editor & publisher, Vito Russo, John Waters, Horatio Alger, John Preston, Felice Picano, Ned Rorem, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1981. Magazine. 48p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Vito Russo on gay lives in the movies. John Preston on new gay families and an excerpt from Picano's new novel"late in the Season" Also, John Engsrom on John Waters' filming "Polyester" in Baltimore.

$15.00

Revista Chicano-riqueña: año tres, numero dos, Primavera 1975
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Revista Chicano-riqueña: año tres, numero dos, Primavera 1975

By Kanellos, Nicolás & Luis Dávila, editors

Bloomington: Indiana University Research Center for the Language Sciences, 1975. Paperback. 59p., texts in English and Spanish, notes, illustrations, poems, wraps worn, upper corner bumped, else very good trade paperback literary and arts journal in pictorial wraps.

$30.00

Drummer: America\'s mag for the macho male: #105; The Barbarians: the men and the movie
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Drummer: America's mag for the macho male: #105; The Barbarians: the men and the movie

By Fledermaus [aka Anthony F. DeBlase] editor, Larry Townsend, Tim Barrus, Cavelo, Rex, Bill Ward, et al.

San Francisco: Alternate Pub, 1987. Magazine. 108p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, explicit b&wphotos and art of SM, Bondage and Rough Trade/Leathermen, stories, news, reviews, curled with light staining to spine folds and gutters, worn erotic men's magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story on the film "The Barbarians" starring twin musclemen Peter and David Paul.

$15.00

The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 10 October 1955
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The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 10 October 1955

By Cochran, Bert, George Clarke, and Harry Braverman, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1955. Magazine. 31p., staplebound magazine format, wraps slightly worn else very good condition. Cover story on automation.

$15.00

The Archaic Herbal News Letter [continuing as Arizona\'s Healing and Herbal Alternatives Newsletter]. (Nine issues, together with three issues of Hypothesis, from the same editor]
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The Archaic Herbal News Letter [continuing as Arizona's Healing and Herbal Alternatives Newsletter]. (Nine issues, together with three issues of Hypothesis, from the same editor]

Cottonwood, AZ, 1994. Nine issues of the staplebound zine-format newsletter, 7x8.5 inches, very good; Hypothesis is in similar format. Numbers present are Vol. 1 sections 1-8, and vol. 2 sec. 1. For Hypothesis, issues present are vol. 1 sections 1 and 2, and vol. 2 sec. 1. Articles on herbal lore, mixed with yoga and crystal power, along with commentaries on current events (NAFTA as a tool for the Trilateralists to install their New World Order), and various idiosyncratic small-town newsletter content.

$75.00

New Masses, Volume 12 Number 8, August 21, 1934
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New Masses, Volume 12 Number 8, August 21, 1934

By Burnshaw, Stanley, Michael Gold, Granville Hicks, Joshua Kunitz, Herman Michelson, Joseph North, Ashley Pettis, and William Randorf, eds

New York: New Masses, Inc, 1934. 30p., paper browned, wraps worn and foxed, else good condition. Contributers include Theodore Draper and Michael Gold. Also includes an article on Jews in the Soviet Union by Joshua Kunitz.

$30.00

Christopher Street: vol. 5, #3 January 1981: Intimacy
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Christopher Street: vol. 5, #3 January 1981: Intimacy

By Ortleb, Charles L. editor & publisher, Michael Denneny, Seymour Kleinberg, Richard Benner, Howard Cruse, Ned Rorem, et al.

New York: That New Magazine, 1981. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, ads, cartoons, photos, good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

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