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New York Avatar

No. 1

March 29, 1968 - 25¢ - 2 Sections

 


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Number l March 29, 1968

Brian Keating, Editor; John Wilton, New York Editor. Wayne Hansen, Boston Editor; Bob McQuaid, Magazine Editor; Jeremy Greenwood, Business Manager. New York Staff: Bill Chamberlain, Phil Stiles, Carl Nagin, Jon Maslow, Liz Pisces.

Avatar is published in two sections in Boston and New York and is copyrighted by Avatar Incorporated, 1968.

Subscriptions are $6.00 for 26 issues, $11 for 52. Single copies are 35 cents.

Avatar is printed by the American Colony Press in Auburn Massachusetts.

I found a nest of cockroaches under my armpit, you can imagine the horror I felt, layer after layer of the hard shelled squirming little monsters eating away at my goose pimpled flash... HORRIBLE discovery!
Oh well, I guess it's better than having maggots in the crack of your ass. At least you can get TO 'em, you don't have to use a MIRROR and pick them out one by one with tweezers.

Pluto
[av13 Mel]

Articles & Columns
Section 1 (17½" x 23" - 10 p.)
p. 2Phil Stiles: photo (Brian Keating?)
Brian Keating: opening editorial
masthead (above)
p. 3Eben Given: Revolution / Meditation (av10)
"A thin grey mist is in my soul," from the box poems (av10)
p. 4Eben Given: drawing (from av3)
John Wilton: Grand Central Station
Alexander Sorenson: Vietnam Journal
p. 5Charles Giuliano: Dada
p. 6Fruze Cranach: Films: Dead and Mine Forever [hoax film review by Bill Chamberlain - see letters, No. 2]
p. 7Carl Nagin: Doors.
2. Please Keep Off the Doors
p. 8Lennie Gibson: Pot & The Economy
S.B. Rudnick: A Fifth Estate
Bill Chamberlain: In a Country Village
Paul Williams: The Notorious Byrd Brothers: Irresponsible comments on the subject of
p. 9Classified
p. 10Charles Giuliano: Jim Rosenquist
Section 2 (11½" x 17½" - [16] p. unnumbered)

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