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SCREW; The Sex Review by  Al (Editor) Goldstein - 1975 - from Alta-Glamour Inc. and

SCREW; The Sex Review: Number 0342, September 22, 1975

by Goldstein, Al (Editor)

Condition: Tabloid newsprint. Light edgewear. Very good

New York: Milky Way Productions, 1975. Tabloid newsprint. Light edgewear. Very good. 48 pp. Illustrated with graphic b/w photos and artwork. Sex in the news and counterculture. Reviews, events in NYC, satire, plus personals and other ads, as well as Al's acid editorial. Regular features include The Sex Scene (the Cherry Grove Jock Hop), Smut from the Past by J.J. Kane, Shit List, Fuckbooks by Michael Perkins (reviewing Sexuality in the Movies edited by Thomas R. Atkins), Naked City, Mail Order Madness by John Milton. Features: Focus on Fellatio: Photographs by Guy Borremans, Hard-Core Hypocrite: The District Attourney who Busted SCREW Gets Caught with His Pants Down by John Krios, My Scene: A Simple Twist of Twat, Theo Kojerk comic by cartoonist and Punk magazine co-founder John Holmstrom. Cover by Walter Gurbo.

  • Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 73041
  • Title: SCREW; The Sex Review
  • Author: Goldstein, Al (Editor)
  • Book condition: Tabloid newsprint. Light edgewear. Very good
  • Quantity available: 2
  • Publisher: Milky Way Productions
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1975
  • Product_type: Tabloid


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