INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).
INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).

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INK - The Other Newspaper #8-16 (London: Ink Publishers Ltd., June 19th- August 18th, 1971).

Tabloid newspaper format. Each 16pp.-24pp. Ed. Andrew Fisher and Ed Victor. A run of nine issues of Ink, containing news and analysis of the Oz Trial, including three front covers, one of them featuring a Ralph Steadman cartoon of Judge Argyle.


Issue #8 includes Richard Neville's recollections of the first Oz Trial in Sydney in 1964, accompanied by trial transcripts and Martin Sharp's original cartoons. Subsequent issues include a photograph of the huge Honeybunch Kaminski, constructed at the old Middle Earth club by Edwin Belchamber, Phelan Black and Dick Budden using expanded polystyrene and papier-mâché and star of the Oz Obscenity march past the Old Bailey on the opening day of the trial; David Hockney's drawings of the three defendants; a short report with photo from the Independence Day Carnival held in Hyde Park; weekly reports from the trial by Anna Coote, and extensive commentary on the verdict, including a selection of quotes from, among others, John Peel, Richard Ingrams, Doris Lessing, David Hockney, and Kenneth Tynan. There are two full-page ads. for the Elastic Oz Band, and #16 is guest-edited by the three Oz editors (the special 'Repression in Britain' issue, which also prints a full-page "petition in support of the 'Oz criminals' ", signed by, among many others, John and Yoko, whose full-page proclamation - "Repression Is Bad For You" - appears in the same issue). Also: Alexander Trocchi ("The Junkie: Menace or Scapegoat?"); interviews with James Baldwin, Jim Haynes (by John Wilcock), and Vietnam war photographer, Tim Page.


Some wear and tear, with a few short tears; most copies unfolded; overall, Very Good. (9 issues).

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