OZ 17

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Editor: Richard Neville. Design: Jon Goodchild. Writers: Andrew Fisher, Ray Durgnat, David Widgery, Angelo Quattrocchi, Ian Stocks. Artists: Martin Sharp, John Hurford, Phillipe von Mora. Photography: Keith Morris Advertising: Felix Dennis, REN 1330. Typesetting: Jacky Ephgrave, courtesy Thom Keyes. Pushers: Louise Ferrier, Felix Dennis, Anou. This issue produced by Andrew Fisher.

Content: Louise Ferrier colour back issue/subscription page. Anti-war montage. ‘Counter-Authority’ by Peter Buckman. ‘The Half Remarkable Question’ - Incredible String Band lyric and 2p illustration by Johnny Hurford. Martin Sharp graphics. Flypower. Poverty Cooking by Felix and Anson. ‘The Year of the Frog’ by Jule Sachon. ‘Guru to the World’ - John Wilcock in India. ‘We do everything for them…’ - Rupert Anderson on homelessness. Dr Hipocrates (including ‘inflation’ letter featured in Playpower). Homosexuality & the law. David Ramsay Steele on the abolition of Money. ‘Over and Under’ by David Widgery – meditations on cultural politics and Jeff Nuttall’s Bomb Culture. A Black bill of rights – LONG LIVE THE EAGLES! ‘Ho! Ho! Ho Chi Mall’ - the ethos of the ICA. Graphic from Nottingham University. Greek Gaols. Ads for Time Out and John & Yoko’s Two Virgins. Cream/Clapton. Interview with Manfred Mann. Deviants LP review by Felix Dennis. ‘Why Isn’t London Jumping’ by Geoffrey Cannon. James Taylor ad and ads for & review of Tiny Tim’s You Are What You Eat.


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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.


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OZ 17

Publication Date

December 1968