Halloween issue of this monthly guide for girls of the early 1950s; the publication was equal parts part social training manual, craft project suggestions, and advertisement for Dennison Crepe Paper (sold by the publisher.)
Facsimile reproduction of Sinking Bear, which arose out of the conversation of a number of artists then associated with both Judson Church and the legendary poetry newsletter Floating Bear, edited by Leroi Jones and Diane Di Prima.
An independent publication by two ex-military brothers, Thomas and Robert Dunker, whose sexually explicit and cynical work shares something with Raymond Pettibon and similar developments in underground comics.
Zine edited by Steve Hughes collecting stories gathered interviewing people in Detroit and Hamtramck bars (plus fan submissions from throughout the country) printed anonymously. The scatalogical issue.
"All British Number," featuring work by Bill Butler, Tom McGrath, Dave Cunliffe, Lionel Kearns, Dick Wilcox, Pete Berry, Gary Lundberg, and Bob Knapp. "Edited, drawn, layed out, cut-up & interred" by Nuttall.