INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published
INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published

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INK #1-29 (London: May 1971-February 1972) - all published

(the numbering went awry from issue #20 on, with the last seven issues being incorrectly numbered, eg. #22 states #23). Co-founded by Ed Victor, Richard Neville, Andrew Fisher and Felix Dennis, and edited by Alex Mitchell, Richard Neville, Ed Victor and Andrew Fisher. Tabloid newspaper format, initially produced weekly (the original intention was daily), subsequently fortnightly. Title logo designed by Richard Adams.


An offshoot of Oz, Ink was an ambitious attempt at a more orthodox alternative paper (the dream was of a politicised version of Village Voice for London), but ultimately it was thwarted by competition from Frendz, IT, and a newly-enlarged Time Out, combined with tensions over internal democracy and the inevitable financial pressures (Ed Victor, who had become friendly with Richard Neville after working on his book, 'Play Power', later admitted Ink was a failure of judgement on his part).


Contributors include David Cooper; Tim Souster; Richard Neville; JG Ballard; Alexander Trocchi; William Burroughs; Felix Dennis; Clive James; Michael Zwerin; Paul Ableman; Roger Law; Michael Horowitz; and Mick Farren. Interviewees include Eldridge Cleaver and James Baldwin. The paper also provided extensive news coverage of the Angry Brigade/Stoke Newington Eight, and reported on the various Prescott/Purdie, Angela Davis, Mangrove, and Oz trials.


Most issues unfolded, some slightly worn. Overall, Very Good plus or better.

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