JOLT #1-3 (all published).
JOLT #1-3 (all published).
JOLT #1-3 (all published).
JOLT #1-3 (all published).
JOLT #1-3 (all published).
JOLT #1-3 (all published).
JOLT #1-3 (all published).

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JOLT #1-3 (all published).

Crouch End, north London: January, March and April [?] 1977). 4to. 12pp., 10pp., + 15pp., printed recto only, stapled at top corner. Ed. Lucy Toothpaste (pseud. Lucy Whitman) - "(Just) Another punk mag for girls." Illustrations in #2 and #3 by Ros Past-It.

The second issue features the first interview with The Slits, conducted in the immediate aftermath of the News of the World's 'shocking world of punk rock' story (the band claim that everything they told the paper was made up), and an interview with Nick Cash of Pollocks, a punk clothing store in Brixton. The third issue includes lengthy interviews with Poly Styrene and Buzzcocks. Condition is Very Good (some staining to back cover of #3).

A complete set of this feminist, anti-fascist fanzine, one of the few, along with London's Outrage, to take a political stance (the editor went on to write for Spare Rib and Temporary Hoarding, and co-founded Rock Against Sexism in April 1979, a sister organisation to Rock Against Racism).

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