[sixties-l] Re: spirit of the sixties and radical lit magazines

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Date: Thu Jan 24 2002 - 20:56:37 EST

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    Having founded and facilitated the Open Cell, the 1969-75 Berkeley-based,
    collective, internationally distributed radical literary magazine that
    pioneered the tabloid-size offset format for such lit. pubs.--not
    incidentally, since the idea was to get writings by people affordably to many
    people--I concur these magazines expressed the spirit of the sixties. You may
    be interested to check out the following literary magazines (among others)
    that today continue the expression of peace and social
    justice--NeoVictorian/Cochlea, Out of Line, Earth's Daughters (oh, and if it
    should publish again, Viet Nam Generation, momma/poppa of this list). And I
    certainly intend to check out And Then.

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