Ink Magazine The Other Newspaper No. 13, 24 July 1971 Athol Fougard William Blake Princess Pignatell
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Ink Magazine The Other Newspaper No. 13, 24 July 1971 Athol Fougard William Blake Princess PignatellINK Underground Newspaper No 13, 24 July 1971
This girl can't help it.... any more than the stone age tribesmen in the highlands of New Guinea. Francis Huxley. Page 17
James Baldwin: Lament for a political prisoner. Page 6
'Take two names. Vorster in power Mandela rotting away in prison. If you 're going to act out of hatred of Vorster I think what you do will be substantially different from the line of action which comes from compassion and love for Mandela. ' INK interview: Athol Fougard Page 10
PLEASE, TEACHER, I'M BORED
Chris Searle and the children he teaches explore their relationship with the Education page 9.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WILLIAM BLAKE Songs from Adrian Mitchell's new National Theatre play 'Tyger'. Page 12
THE VICAR AND MARY WHITEHOUSE Now it can be told. See page 5
RIVERS OF DEATH
The first eyewitness account of the way Ceylon is suppressing its hidden rebellion. Page 6
INK was also known as the other newspaper it was founded by Richard Neville, co-founder of OZ magazine in May 1971. It was Neville's view that the existing underground press of the time were no longer catering the need for an alternative attitude. INK launched as a weekly publication in May 71 and changed to a fortnightly in August. Ink was driven by Richard Neville, Andrew Fisher, Ed Victor and Felix Dennis but due to it's close association with Oz magazine and the Oz trials it folded in February 1972.
All issues were originally folded by newsagents. Excellent - very nice condition.
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