Item #76804 THE AQUARIAN AGE; A Magazine of Planned Unpredictability

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

San Francisco: Fleming Publishing Company, 1970. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; some discoloration to inside covers; does not bleed through or affect contents. Very good.

Item #76804

80 pp., plus covers. Counter-culture magazine, a lot like a hippie tabloid in spirit, but with better production values. Includes: Opinion Eleven, by Mikron Kevjohn. Interview: Anne Mitchell, Whore (interview with a San Francisco prostitute). A Haitian Gentleman, by Herbert Gold. 1601, by Mark Twain. Gallery Selections: The Year of the People. A Black Woman Looks at Earthweek, by Eudora Jackson. A White Girl Views from Within, by Mary J. McGary. Moment of Truth, by J. Fleming. America: A Day in the Life, by Aries. The Perjured Saint, by Connor Cruise O'Brien (on Whittaker Chambers). Sound Scene, by Ralph Gleason. Dr. Hip-pocrates column, by Eugene Schoenfeld, MD (includes discussion of contraception and Planned Parenthood). Books, by William Hogan. Where It's At: Theater, by Norman A. Singer.Other Places, travels in Cambodia by Marian R. Sullivan.

Price: $75.00