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BODY & SOUL ANNUAL

Los Angeles: Pendulum Combos. [c. 1970]. Unpaginated [approx. 204 pp., plus covers], semi-glossy erotic magazine featuring explicit black and white, duotone and color photographs. Great vintage erotica from the sexual revolution, with wild and free-spirited women (including a black model, a girl with a gun, etc), stylin' design and some surreal touches. The prolific Ed Wood Jr. was writing for Pendulum at this time; we have only listed his name when a well-documented Wood pseudonym is employed. A collection of Pendulum magazines. Pictorials include solo poses, scenes with men (erect penises) etc., in: Her Sign Is the High Sign. The Winner (wild Afro hairdo). She's Had It (pigtailed blonde plays with stuffed animals, does a hand-stand). Television Watcher (black model). She Likes Warm-Ups (brunette with bongos). A Girl Who Digs Fruits (brunette posing & playing with sweet things: a bowl fo fruit and a guy with a boyfriend!). Blonde with a Busted Box (she calls a reparman). He's Her Ding-Ding Daddy. Stunt Girl (she likes thrills and danger). She Likes to Point It (girl with a gun; smoking a cigarette, posing in leather boots and playing with a Luger). Bare On Bear (cute brunette rubs on large teddy bear). And many more! Fiction and articles: The Double Standard and Other Old Relics, by Scott Harford. Koles to Newcastle, by Chicken Marengo. Visit to a Small Whorehouse (article). How I Lost My Head, fiction by Quentin Stallknecht. The Appeal of Oral Love, by Quentin Worthington. First third or so is the same as a collection of the same title (inventory #66675), but otherwise contents differ. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear; pen mark to cover, and a little fragile: binding glue drying out. Very good.

$150.00

TRANSVESTITES ON PARADE No. 01

n.p.: No Publisher. [c. 1970s]. 48 pp., including covers. Adult magazine featuring transsexualism, transvestism / crossdressing, illustrated throughout with b/w and color photos. Features: Carmella. Dolly. Balls! Cried the Queens - photos of a recent transsexual beauty contest. Gloria. No publisher stated; issue #3 is published by Pompeii Press and offers back issues of first two issues for sale. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$35.00

CHICK MATES Vol. 02, No. 03

Los Angeles: Utopia Publishing Company. 1972. 64pp, including covers, illustrated throughout with sexually-explicit b/w, duotone and color photographs. Lesbian love is the theme in pictorials, photofiction and photos. Includes: The Perfect Friendship (two brunettes, one pretty but rather hairy - legs & arms). Lesbian House Party (sometimes three isn't a crowd!) Lez Salon. Gettin' It On The Hard Way (includes Michelle Angelo spanking another babe's bottom with a hairbrush, and other spanking pics). Tender Initiation, fiction by Avis Bullard. An Act of Love (two actresses rehearse a love scene - on each other! Lesbian thespians!). Of note: 'Leather Lover' ad for leather outfits, whips, etc from Tao Distributors, Santa Monica. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; small saw-cut remainder mark to top edge. Very good

$125.00

COLORVIEWS. The Ultimate in Erotic Viewing Vol. 02, No. 04

Toluca Lake [Los Angeles]: Commodore Publishing. 1971. magazine of 80pp. including covers, illustrated from color photos. Sensuous couples, plus glamour and some nudist photography. COLORVIEWS began as a nudist magazine; at this point, it had fully embraced the sexual revolution, and largely abandoned its earlier theme. Features: Gallery 1: Girls Around the World (includes a few nudist photos). Let's Get It On (young couple enjoy sexual liberation). Joni's Dream (masturbatory frenzy). When Passion Is King. Lover's Hot Line, photo- illustrated case study by J.P. Morgan; includes lesbians & interracial couples, vibrator play, etc). Gallery 2: The Sensual Girls of America. . Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear; some rubbing near spine. Very good

$75.00

PENDULUM. The Magazine for Swingers Vol. 1, No. 3

Los Angeles: Pendulum Publishers, Inc.. 1969. 72pp., including covers, unpaginated, semi-glossy erotic magazine featuring explicit black and white, duotone and color pictorials of swingin' gals, plus fiction and articles. Saucy poses, lingerie, stockings, beaver shots. The introduction begins, "The Pendulum swings"... and it looks these sultry vixens do, too! Features: Turned On (gal in minidress and garter belt & stockings, browsing in a record store. Upskirt shots & then she strips; nice rack of Impulse and BluesWay records). Miss Joy (busty brunette, a bit plump/voluptuous). Women Who Like Young Boys, article by Bigelow Sulfize. Keeping an Eye On Your Balls (saucy gal gives a golf lesson in her living room). Intimacy (pretty gal says 'come up for a drink'). Vacation from Sex (but not exhibitionism!). Sex Wins! - fiction by Weldon Steakly. Hopeful Starlet (gal in fishnets, looking for a role). She'll Try It (her first photo session). Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$125.00

TRAVESTI Vol. 01, No. 01

New York: J. Jordan Associates. 1982. 48 pp., including covers. Adult magazine featuring erotic transsexual pictorials and photo-stories, illustrated throughout with b/w and color photos. Feature: Shannon (from her eponymous film; 33 pages include scenes with Michelle Bauer (plus threesome), Shannon with a blonde, and a guy). Travesti's World (gallery of transsexuals and drag queens: Shalei, Bambi, Sulka, etc). Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$55.00

ECLIPSE No. 01

San Diego: Phenix Publishers, Ltd.. 1969. 64pp, including covers, illustrated throughout with sexually-explicit b/w, duotone and color photographs. Sex scenes of loving couples presented in an artistic fashion; some interesting layouts & design. Features: Eclipse. Of Things Past (with text from Rabindranath Tagore). A Geisha's Poem (guy with Asian model on sex scene; includes quotes from Lady Murasaki). Intimacy: Together Again (attractive blonde and her lover; quickly sheds her bright, print dress of the period). Images (gallery). Interlude: Beyond the Sun. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$75.00

OZ. Emergency Issue No. 32, January

By Neville, Richard (editor)

London: Oz Publications Ink Ltd.. 1971. 36pp, including covers. 11.5 x 12." British counter culture magazine. No. 28. the 'School Kids' issue, guest-edited by secondary school students, was prosecuted for obscenity; this issue deals some fall-out from the pending court case, plus politics, music, homosexuality, etc. Includes: You Don't Know How Good You Got It Here In Britain, Mate... by Neal Ascherson. Hi Ho, Ho Ho, It's Off to Work We Go, by Louis Jigsaw. Whistle While You Wank? by David Widgery (on Yippies, with cartoons of Disney characters eating acid and a Mickey Mouse Lenin). Put A Real Queen in the Palace, by Graham Hunt of the Gay Liberation Front. What Really Happened at Scotland Yards Christmas Party, by Richard Neville. A manifesto by Tom Ludd. The Radicalization of the Superheroes, by Lindsy and Lawrence Van Gelder (reprinted from New York magazine). Articles on Muddy Waters, food additives, Mystic Guerillas, etc. Centerspread: comic by Greg Irons, overprinted with bands of color shading from purple, through green, to blue. Saddle-stapled, oversized magazine. Shelfwear, some rubbing to covers and a few page tips dogged, else very good.

$125.00

EYE - February 1969 Vol. 2, No. 2

New York: The Hearst Corporation. 1969. 80pp, plus covers. Hearst Corp's take on contemporary youth culture; Helen Gurley Brown was the supervising editor. Some interesting material throughout. Highlights include: Guide to the Underground Press, by Jean Strouse (includes a few R. Crumb illos). See the Shine in the Black Sheep Boy, by Michael Zwerin (on Tim Hardin). Steve McQueen - Centerpunching, by Harlan Ellison. The New Superhero (Is A Pretty Kinky Guy) by Norman Mark (modern anti-heroes in comics; nice two-page splash illo of Marvel comics characters). Arf The Teenage Pinball Queen, by Nik Cohn (this came out as a paperback novel in 1971). Drop Out with Style, by Lois Lieben. Israel Horovitz pans two movies (Bob Rafelson's Head, and The Birthday Party, based on the Harold Pinter play). Beauty Secrets of Super Girls includes pics of Olivia Hussey and Peggy Lipton. A gimmick of EYE was some sort of bonus item; this issue lacks the Amazing Spiderman comic it was issued with. Saddle-stapled, oversized magazine. Shelfwear, some rubbing and small creases along spine, faint stain to top of gutter. Lacking bonus comic. Good

$25.00

LIFE Vol. 67, No. 03, July 18, 1969

Chicago, IL: Time, Inc.. 1969. 60 pp., plus covers. Cover story on Youth Communes. The Commune Comes to America: 'youthful pioneers leave society to seek, from the land and one another, a new life.' Photos by John Olson, reportage by John Stickney. Also, What We Hope Apollo 11 Will Tell Us About the Moon. The Making of the President 1968, Part 2 by Theodore H. White. Editorial: Why the Latins Don't Love Us. Articles on Venice, the giant sea turtle, American flag decals. Saddle-stapled magazine. Very good+

$45.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 07, No. 05, SEPT/OCT 2000 ISSUE # 28

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2000. Magazine of 104 pp. Defenestration building in San Francisco. Jesus Helguera Mexican calendar paintings. Michael Farr visits the Holy Land. Sandow Birk paintings. Seattle's EMP, Experience Music Project. Art of Elisa Terranova. Mark Gash, underneath the underdogs. Kevin Ancell, surf artist. The "lost" murals of the Electric Lady Studio. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 09, No. 01, JAN/FEB 2001 ISSUE # 30

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2001. Magazine of 104 pp. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 11, No. 01, JAN/FEB 2003 ISSUE # 42

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2003. Magazine of 104 pp. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 10, No. 03, MAY/JUN 2002 ISSUE # 38

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2002. Magazine of 96 pp. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 11, No. 02, MAR/APR 2003 ISSUE # 43

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2003. Magazine of 104 pp. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 05, No. 03, Fall 1998 ISSUE # 16

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 1998. Magazine of 88 pp. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$15.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 11, No. 05, 2003 SEPT/OCT ISSUE # 46

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2003. Marion Peck's dreamy paintings. The high octane art of John Bell. 23 drawings by Timothy Leary. The art and legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. Camille Rose Garcia: Operation Optico. Mark Ryden's miniature paintings of sorrow and fear. Gallery includes: William Fisk, Rockin' Jellybean, Nathan Cabrera, Fred Stonehouse, and Kirsten Ulve. Sir john Turner's photos of Beijing. Skateboarding art of Mark Gonzalez. Scion art cars.." Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 09, No. 06, NOV/DEC 2001 ISSUE # 35

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2001. Magazine of 96 pp. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$10.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 10, No. 04, 2002 JULY/AUG ISSUE # 39

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 2002. Magazine of 96 pp. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good.

$25.00

JUXTAPOZ Vol. 01, No. 03 Summer 1995

San Francisco, CA: High Speed Productions, Inc.. 1995. Magazine of 80 pp. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

$125.00

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