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NATIONAL GAY BLUE JEAN DAY APRIL 14, 1978

NATIONAL GAY BLUE JEAN DAY APRIL 14, 1978

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np: np., 1978. Die-cut blue and white poster featuring a denim-clad tush, edge at right cut out to follow its contour. Fine condition. The April 1978 issue of Body Politic, Apr 78 p. 9, announces that April 14 will be National Blue Jeans Day according to the National Gay Task Force in the U.S. The National Gay Task Force (later renamed The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force) had a major influence on the gay politics of the 1970s. Not in OCLC.
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NEWSPAPER #9

by GREEN, JACK

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New York: Jack Green, nd [ca. 1960]. First Edition. Tall 4to. Top-stapled legal-sized mimeo. Heavily toned. Fairly brittle. Folded in half with some splitting at the fold. First page separated from staple. Bit of chipping at edges here and there. About good. One of the rarest and more unusual journals of the mimeo revolution, Newspaper published 15 issues between 1957 and 1965. Best remembered today for almost single-handedly establishing the reputation of William Gaddis' THE RECOGNITIONS through Green's thorough and devestating deconstruction of the novel's negative reviews (originally published in Newspaper 12-14, reprinted as FIRE THE BASTARDS in 1992), as well as (most infamously) his 1962 full-page ad in the Village Voice extolling the work's virtues. "[P]art conceptual art, part political tract, and part 'zine [...] 'Green' [a psuedonym] used his underground tabloid for cultural commentary and deliciously satirical (yet superbly well-documented)… Read more
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NO BUSINESS AS USUAL

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San Francisco: No Business As Usual Action Network), [1987]. First edition. Wrappers. Newsprint folded to make four outside pages and one inside broadside leaf, the pamphlet measuring approximately 11 1 2 x 8 3 4 “ folded. Illustrations. Newsprint browning, some creasing and wear; in good condition. A call to arms and review of the actions of one of the more radical peace activist groups of the 1980s, with calls to college activists to “turn the campuses into zones of disruption” and taking on “Religion as Usual. (“They are using religion to sway people into blind faith in the government’s ‘war against the Evil Empire,’ ‘war on terrorism,’ ‘war against AIDS victims,’ and Stay Wars. We say, No Religion as Usual!”).
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