Item #76755 THE AQUARIAN AGE; A Magazine of Planned Unpredictability

THE AQUARIAN AGE; A Magazine of Planned Unpredictability. Vol. 1, No. 2 / 1970.

San Francisco: Fleming Publishing Company, 1970. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; crease to corner of front cover. Very good.

Item #76755

80 pp., plus covers. Counter-culture magazine, a lot like a hippie tabloid in spirit, but with better production values. Includes: Opinion Eleven: The Underground Press, by Jon Stewart. The War Prayer, by Mark Twain. Interview with Fast Walking Mason: Pimp. The Black Players, by Richard and Christina Milner (Christina Milner worked as a topless dancer in a bar in San Francisco's North Beach; their book-length study, BLACK PLAYERS. The Secret World of Black Pimps was published by Little, Brown and Company in 1972). The Eiderdown Boat, by William C. Abeel. Book reviews by Gaylord Neely (feminist titles). Other Places, by Georgia Hess (Morocco). Mother Grass, poem by Jerry Farber. The Holy Five, comic story by Larry Welz. Dr. Hip-pocrates column, by Eugene Schoenfeld, MD. Sound Scene, by Stephen Ponek. Where It's At, by Irving Cohen (How to Walk Out of a Movie).

Price: $75.00