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THE ORGAN [complete run of 9 issues] Vol. 01, No. 01 - Vol. 01, No. 09
Himalayan Watershed Properties, Inc, Berkeley 1971 - All nine issues. 36 pp. each. Approx. 8.5 x 11.5"; folds out to 11.5 x 17. White paper covers, newsprint interiors. Published by Christopher Weills. An exemplary counter culture tabloid, every issue filled with interviews, politics and culture, comics, photos, fiction, erotica, the occult, drugs, reviews, et al. Highlights include: The Cockettes Play the Palace. A Conversation with Allen Ginsberg. Fetishphile column, with Tomi Ungerer illo. Suds Smut, comic by S. Clay Wilson. The Tarot: Shut Up and Deal, by Maggie Anthony. Truckin' Towards Taos with Tootsie, by Jon Stewart. The Unreal History of Snatch Comix, by Gerard van der Leun. Little Johnny Fuckerfaster, by R. Crumb. A Much Wilder Suck Than You Think! Notes of a Smutmonger, by Don Donahue. Centerspread collage by Satty. Understanding Orgasm, by Susan Lydon. We Agree; Free Weed. Architonics, by Hussain McGinley. Macumba: Organ interview with David St. Clair & Maggie Anthony. Marxist Mystics, by S. Lipney. On Kenneth Anger, by Jack Flash. B.B. King interviewed by Sam Silver. Candy Barr in Time and Space, by Stephen Schneck (notes and specualtions on the classic porno, Smart Alec). The Hairy Table, by Ed Sanders. Zen Tubes, by Marco Vassi. Video Scene: San Francisco. Guerrilla Warfare in the Videosphere. Theme of No. 4 is 'Within' - pregnancy and childbirth, plus film, Nepal, etc. Borning, by Jon Stewart. A Dark and Stormy Night, by Stevie Lipney (on home delivery). A Long Time Coming, by Joan Weiner. Conscious at the Moment of Delivery, by Freude Bartlett. Katmandu Notebook: Another Turn of the Wheel in Edge City, text and photos by Joe Shields. Centerspread: A Collector's Item - R. Crumb sketchbook art, including 'Charlie Manson Comics'. Trash Backlash: an interview with director Paul Morrissey. Where Did It All Come From? Where Is It All Going? by Gerard van der Leun (on the First International Erotic Film Festival). Issue 5 has a focus on cults. Cover art by Greg Irons. The New Right, by Jon Stewart. Scientology: The High Church of Org Tech Baby! by Kevin Olsen and Sam Silver. The Process, by Joshua Sunchild (on the Process Church of the Final Judgment). Plus articles on Hare Krishna, Synanon, and Ayn Rand. Captain Bright-Tights, by Dick Lupoff (comics and the comics code). Picture Postcard Home, by Jimmy Nolan (on the Cockettes). The Mick Jagger Story, by Tom Veitch. More of a Habit Than Usin': Amazing Dope Tales by Those in the Know, by Alpha Sort. The Doings of Dealer McDope, comic by Dave Sheridan. Hooker, Wife of One, Mother of Two, Whore of Many, by Christopher Stewart. Going Through His and/or Her Changes, interview with Angela Keyes Douglas, by Howard Pearlstein. Lost in the Ozone Again with Commander Cody, by Dick Lupoff. The Assassination and Persecution of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and James Garrison, by Ed Everett. Notes for a Novel of the Revolution, by Tom Clark and Tom Veitch. The Battle of Berkeley, by Jon Stewart. Child of Tomorrow, comic by William M. Gaines and Al Feldstein. Interview with Country Joe McDonald. The Stripper, photo-essay by Robert Foothorap. Motorcycle Consciousness, by Joseph Shields; Robert Williams on bike art, etc. Jerry Garcia interview, by Frank Fedele (with photos by Robert Altman). The Scag Offensive: Heroin in the Military, by Jon Stewart, plu a report on narcotics in Vietnam. Politics of the Drug Plague, by Michael Rossman. The Adventures of Sgt. Smack, by Greg Irons and Tom Veitch. Interview with drag queen and Multiple Maniacs star Divine. Jerry Lee Lewis interview. Come Back, Lyndon! by Robert Anton Wilson and Robert J. Shea. Who Is The Third That Walks Beside You? by William Burroughs. Photogs include Robert Altman. Poetry by Allen Ginsberg, Pierre Reverdy, Tom Clark, Tristan Tzara, Liam O'Gallagher, Gary Snyder, David Ignatow, Belle Randall, etc. Plus lots of little bonuses, like an ad for the Sutter Cinema in the form of a four-panel Roger Brand cartoon, ads for contemporary records and events, abortion services, and clas
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