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SHOWCASE: Vol. 1, No. 4, 1961

Condition: Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good

North Hollywood: American Art Agency [Parliament], 1961. Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good. magazine of 68pp., including covers featuring articles, fiction, cartoons and pictorials, illustrated throughout with b/w artwork and photos featuring nude and semi-nude women in stockings, garter belts, and the like. Fiction: "Fourteen Beds" by Jack Ritchie; "Young Acquaintance" by Marvin Fisher; "Scalpknife" by Harry Neal; "...and All That Jazz" (beat satire by David Meltzer); "Witches Redemption" by Allen Clark, and "Trace" by Jerome Bixby. Articles: "Deadlier than the Male" by Lincoln Hefner; "Beauties and Beasts" by Forrest J. Ackerman; "Man with a Cane" by Jim Harmon, and "I Made Four Bucks Last Night" - inside a jazz club with Dexter Gordon and others, by Paul Jay Robbins. Also: "Kook with a Camera" - photog / director William Rotsler with a bevy of beauties; "The Beat Meet" - early comic by Trina Robbins, plus pictorials including "The Rake's Progress" with Madeline Castle, "How to Read" with Aice Schaller, cover girl Ricci Taylor, and more.

  • Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 55572
  • Title: SHOWCASE
  • Book condition: Used - Saddle-stapled magazine. Light shelfwear. Very good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: American Art Agency [Parliament]
  • Place: North Hollywood
  • Date published: 1961
  • Product_type: Magazine/Periodical


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