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THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF SEX & POLITICS by  D. (ed.) Melmoth - 1969 - from Alta-Glamour Inc. and Biblio.com

THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF SEX & POLITICS: Vol. 01, No. 15 | October 15, 1969

by Melmoth, D. (ed.)

Condition: Tabloid newspaper, 11 x 18 in. Light shelfwear, usual age-toning. Very good.


New York City: New York Feed Co, 1969. Tabloid newspaper, 11 x 18 in. Light shelfwear, usual age-toning. Very good.. 28 pp. Published by S. Edwards and Steven Heller. Includes: Our Man in the Big Apple, by D. Melmoth. Marchi, Marchi It's You, by Ray Schultz. A full-page illustration by Doug Jamieson. Sex & Politics from Boston, by Robert Somma (The Rascals, Sly and the Family Stone). Turns - The Little Golden Book of Sexual Love, by D.A. Latimer. Call Girls, by Cy J. Avery. Daily Blues, photos by Mario Jorrin. The Continuing Adventures of Politics & Culture, by Tom Smucker (live report on The Stooges, The MC5). Screw?- An Interview with Former Manging Editor Roslyn Bramms, by Dan Mouer. The Last Estate, by Gregory Battcock. Contributing editors include Charles Bukowski. Cover by Brad Holland.


  • Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 86693
  • Title: THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF SEX & POLITICS
  • Author: Melmoth, D. (ed.)
  • Book condition: Tabloid newspaper, 11 x 18 in. Light shelfwear, usual age-toning. Very good.
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: New York Feed Co
  • Place: New York City
  • Date published: 1969
  • Product_type: Tabloid


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