THE INTERNATIONAL TIMES #19 (London: October 5, 1967).
Tabloid newspaper format. 20pp. Ed. Bill Levy.
Alexander Trocchi contributes "lessons fr boys&girls school leaving X cert., question 1" (see item #65 above), printed alongside a photograph by Malcolm Hart (uncredited) of It girl Penny.
Also: Courtney Tulloch on the Notting Hill Festival; "So Who Owns Death T.V.?", Walter Bowart's report from America; John Michell on ley lines; "Acid Burned a Hole in my Genes" by Joel Meltz; "The Acid Report: Chemical, Sociological & Legal Aspects of LSD" (centrespread); Kevin Ayers' "Song for International Times"; John Peel column; Ted Joans on Hieronymus Bosch; correspondence on Aleister Crowley (incl. from Alex Sanders); ads. for the Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Jefferson Airplane (both full-page); the Jimi Hendrix Experience at the Saville Theatre; Granny Takes A Trip; the Unicorn Bookshop; Yoko Ono at the Lisson Gallery; Happening 44; Oz magazine (designed by Martin Sharp); Kleptomania; Michael X associate Winston Branch at the Arts Lab; UFO club; more.
2cm. closed tear to upper edge of front cover, o/w Very Good plus (unfolded).