Title

OZ 4

Authors

Richard Neville

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Description

Editor: Richard Nevile. Deputy Editor: Paul Lawson. Business Manager: Peter Ledeboer. Advertising: lan Stocks. Design: Jon Goodchild. Art : Martin Sharp. Staff: Andrew Fisher, Robert Whittaker, David Reynolds, Louise.

Content: Gold quadruple cover by Michael English. Insert: Oz sheet No. 1. Martin Sharp graphics and tarot cards on reverse of poster. Letter from John Calder & letter/report on man who challenged Germaine Greer’s statements about British men. Full page Head Shop/posters ad. ‘Sgt Nasser’s Lonely Heartbreak Band’ – graphic Nasser/Peppers parody. Martin Sharp ‘Norman Normal’ strip. Ad for Cream’s ‘Tales of Brave Ulysses’. ‘Hamlet: I say, we will have no more marriages. Ophelia: but dahling, mommy’s already sent out the invitations’ - Hippy weddings and Guide to Living in Sin. ‘Why did Svetlana’s Old Man Marry Anyway?’ - Polly Toynbee on Russian Puritanism. ‘Candy is dandy Liquor is quicker Penguins are pink But don’t tell the vicar’ - Penguin books. Snakes & Snakes – a lovely game for courting couples. ‘Let Him Die Quickly’ - Angelo Quattrocchi on De Gaulle + graphic. Jehovah Christ Lucifer — Henrietta Moraes on The Process (de Grimston). ‘Changes’ photo and text. Martin Sharp ‘Welcome Sir Frisco’ text + graphic. ‘Twinkle Twinkle’ & ‘Egypt Tarot Predicted an Israeli Victory. Avoid Your Disaster…’ - astrology & tarot.

Publisher

OZ Publications Ink Limited, London, 28p

Comments

Please be advised: This collection has been made available due to its historical and research importance. It contains explicit language and images that reflect attitudes of the era in which the material was originally published, and that some viewers may find confronting.

Rights

Reproduced by permission of Richard Neville. This material is made available for the purposes of research and study. Commercial use is prohibited.

OZ 4

Publication Date

June 1967

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