A bimonthly collection of articles from the Underground (UPS) press – Contributions from East Village Other, Other Scenes, San Francisco Oracle, Dallas Notes, Avatar, Distant Drummer.. This magazine has been shot with a Colt .45 (hole in the middle). Tuli Kupferberg: Yiggers, Blonkies and Crackers; Timothy Leary: God’s secret agent A.O.S. 3; Tap City, Final City, by Lew Welch; Confessions of a pornographer; Declaration of cultural revolution; Frank Zappa; Dylan revisted again, by A.J. Webberman; San Francisco hipster Cinema. Contains a special section on the underground press: Introduction, a surver, a short characterization of the magazines and an article on a meeting of the underground press.

The Vietnam Songbook was compiled and originally published in 1969 by Barbara Dane and Irwin Silber. It was an incredible, comprehensive collection of more than 100 protest songs concerning the Vietnam War featuring songs that’d been written or performed by important artists such as Pete Seeger, Phil Ochs, Nina Simone, Ewan MaColl, Tuli Kupferberg, Barbara Dane, Richard Farina, Joe McDonald, Matt Jones, Tom Paxton, Thom Parrott, Peggy Seeger, as well as by American Vietnam Veterans, Vietnamese citizens and many others from around the world voicing vehement opposition to this War.

Typical underground black-white photography and illustrations. – Important inventory of the social/cultural revolution in life- style, social organization, communes, counter universities, free theatre, anti-hospital movement, alternative ‘underground’ communication media, etc., which gathered momentum in the late sixties. – Important inventory of the social / cultural revolution in lifestyle, Social Organization, communities, universities counter, free theater, anti-hospital movement, alternative “underground” media communication, etc. which gathered momentum in the late sixties. Contributions by contemporary expert- and cult-writers, such as Joseph Berke, Tuli Kupferberg, Simon Vinkenoog, Allen Ginsberg, Stokely Carmichael, Jeff Nutall and others. Contributions by contemporary and cult expert writers, Such As Joseph Berke, Tuli Kupferberg, Vinkenoog Simon, Allen Ginsberg, Stokely Carmichael, Jeff Nutall and others.

Fug You is Ed Sanders’s unapologetic and often hilarious account of eight key years of “total assault on the culture,” to quote his novelist friend William S. Burroughs.Fug You traces the flowering years of New York’s downtown bohemia in the sixties, starting with the marketing problems presented by publishing Fuck You / A Magazine of the Arts, as it faced the aboveground’s scrutiny, and leading to Sanders’s arrest after a raid on his Peace Eye Bookstore. The memoir also traces the career of the Fugs–formed in 1964 by Sanders and his neighbor, the legendary Tuli Kupferberg (called “the world’s oldest living hippie” by Allen Ginsberg)–as Sanders strives to find a home for this famous postmodern, innovative anarcho-folk-rock band in the world of record labels.