OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).
OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).

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OZ #9 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., February 1968).

Ed. Richard Neville. Cover by Martin Sharp.

Prints a lengthy letter from Genesis P-Orridge (then 17-year-old Neil Megson) commenting on John Wilcock's article, "blue print for a beautiful community (OZ No 7)" - he means issue #6 - and Angelo Quattrocchi's "sermon upon the freakdom of Russia" in Oz #8. In it, he outlines the "alternatives facing us: extinction, revolution, or transition peacefully", and concludes that "Hippies are a long term solution whereas the Revolutionaries believe the problem to be more urgent, thereby requiring more radical action. It remains to be seen which method humanity will choose, provided it has time to do so! Yours sincerely, N.A. Megson (optimist), Solihull, Warwickshire". Two years later, P-Orridge and fellow commune members sold Oz and other underground magazines in Hull to help generate income for the Ho Ho Funhouse.

Also: 'Ozmosis' column (Christine Newby was named 'Cosmosis' by P-Orridge in late 1969); long letter from Michael X; news of the Antiuniversity of London; Neil Oram; more. Very Good plus.

Together with: Oz #12 (London: OZ Publications Ink Ltd., May 1968). Richard Neville. Cover by Martin Sharp. Prints a letter by P-Orridge's school friend, Ian Evetts (Spydeee Gasmantell), referencing his letter in the previous issue, which itself refers to P-Orridge's letter in issue #9. The letter ends: "SO£IHU££ IS THE NEW MENTAL VIETNAM". Very Good (lacks the Barney Bubbles poster).

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