Fag Rag (No. 19 Nineteen Spring 1977) Gay Newspaper (Morris Kight's Copy)

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Edité par Fag Rag, Inc., Boston, MA, 1977
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Titre : Fag Rag (No. 19 Nineteen Spring 1977) Gay ...

Éditeur : Fag Rag, Inc., Boston, MA

Date d'édition : 1977

Reliure : Newspaper

Etat du livre : Good

Edition : 1st Edition

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This copy belonged to Los Angeles gay pioneer and activist Morris Kight (1919-2003): there is a mailing label addressed to him on McCadden Place and two canceled postage stamps. Some condition problems (see below description of contents). A tabloid (fold-over) newspaper, when unfolded contains 24 pages including front and rear covers. With news, articles, poetry, art, photographs and community resources. Highlights include: full-page poem, with background photograph, entitled "Of Beauty Unattainable" by Salvatore Farinella which reads in part: "it's a Chinese boy this time / living beyond his spending / speeding away his beauty / buying toilet tissue for / the restaurant he waits / table and beauty"; article "My Dearest Poofter Sisterbrothers and Brothersisters: Mother Boat Writes From Down Under" by John Alton Todd (Australia); article "J.B. Schweitzer: the faggot Marx loved to hate" by Hubert Kennedy (with three photos); short story "Trees And the Park" by N.A. Diaman; centerspread poetry, with poems by Gregory Pond, Louis Solnicki ("Ode to Motorcycle Angels, Lonesome Cowboys, and Soldier Boys"), Louie Crew, and Thomas Sypek ("A Tribute to Leather"); delightful article "Cosmetics as an act of Revolution" by Charley Shively ("Faggot costume and cosmetics are not parodies of straights so much as an attempt to create a unique, specific form of art - our own culture"); article on the historical Brooklyn gay bar "Ports O Call" (open for a quarter of a century in the working class neighborhood of Worcester). Condition: pages lightly age-yellowed; small chips and closed tears along outer fold as well as long innermost fore-edges; one-inch chip and one-inch scuff to rear cover (affecting a few words of text and poetry); short travel note to Morris Kight, in pen, on page three from unidentified friend who apparently mailed him this issue. N° de réf. du libraire 009800

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