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"Beneath Her Calm Efficiency Raged Fires of Perverted Lust!" Pulp erotica combining traditional sleaze with nurse-novel tropes; includes a passing mention of the "race prejudice" faced by an African American nurse, though neither sensitivity nor social realism can otherwise be said to feature highly in this work.
Issue of this San Francisco lit mag with a stellar cover drawing of Jack Spicer, by an artist credited only as "Gleep!!!" Collects poetry and essays related to Jack Spicer by an impressive list of authors: Robert Duncan, Larry Eigner, Ron Loewisohn, Stan Persky, Jonathan Williams, Rosmarie and Keith Waldrop, John Wieners, Fran Herndon, and more.
"The Bizarre True-Life Story Of A "Normal" Woman Who Suddenly Discovered She Was Attracted To Other Women!" Standard erotic sleaze with an epigraph from Baudelaire's Femmes Damnees and an introductory claim that "Ann Summerhill" is a pseudonym for a 36-year-old "authoress" whose work "is known by readers of our top national magazines." Per the cover, both A Ram Classic (#RC 515) and A Fact Book.
Original photographs documenting the April 25, 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation, one of the largest protests in American history and the third major march for LGBT rights (the first of the three to include bisexuals in the official title; a vote to add "transgender" failed to pass with a sufficient majority).