OZ 46

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Contents: Cover by Ken Pereiny. ‘All Dressed Up… And Nowhere to Go’ by Richard Neville. ‘The Queen’s Vernacular’ - Gay slang. ‘Paris: Louvre it Or Leave it’. John Hoyland’s ‘The Long March Through the Bingo Halls’. Sexism. ‘The Story of Abdul ben Kassem – a drunken tale from the days of the roaring twenties in old Morocco’. 2p Martin Sharp ‘Eternity’ graphic. Centerfold ‘Has Fame Gone to Her Head?’ - Germaine Greer lewd picture puzzle. ‘Homeless – Why Not Squat?’. ‘A Proper Mess – special Oz report on the failure of PROP: the preservation of the Rights of Prisoners’. ‘Jackson 8’ – the plight of teeny boppers. 2p Cole Porter tribute + graphics. Book reviews: Anthony Haden-Guest’s Down the Programmed Rabbit Hole; McCabe and Schonfeld’s Apple to the Core; John Berger’s Ways of Seeing; Michelene Wandor’s collection The Body Politic: Women’s Liberation in Britain 1969-72. ‘One Man’s Fantasy’ cartoon by Trina. ‘Letter From an Ever-Open Pussy’. ‘Nothing But the Best (Rod&Van&Mike&Alice)’ – Myles Palmer chooses ten records of 1972. Jay Kinney graphic. Full page ad for Kubrick’s Clockwork Orange. ‘Great Moments in Rock’ – self-styled Dylanologist A.J. Weberman talks about Dylan and artistic interpretations of his own ideas+pics. Oz demands an Amnesty for Drug offenders now that the head of Scotland Yard’s drug squad has been charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. Back cover film ad for Gold.


OZ Publications Ink Limited, London, 52p


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.


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

OZ 46

Publication Date

January 1973