Spare Rib Magazine August 1972 Louise Ferrier Germaine Greer

Click product to order next available copy
Order next issue available below.
You will earn 15 loyalty points with this purchase
Spare Rib Magazine August 1972 Louise Ferrier Germaine Greer

Spare Rib Women's Feminist Magazine August 1972

Louise Ferrier photographed by Bob Mazzer
I Promise to Love, Honour and Obey — Mary Stott on White Weddings.
For The Love of Money — interviews with five prostitutes by Denise Winn.
There's No One to be Delighted by Me — Fran Fogarty on the plight of the single
girl in a pub.
The Kids are Alright — a Guide to Playgroups.
Killing No Murder — Germaine Greer’s column the Sunday Times refused to print.
A Success Story — by Margaret Drabble
| Regulars
What’s Up Kids... children’s page
A Serious Proposal to the Ladies — continuing Sheila Rowbotham’s series
on women in history.
Face Value — Cleansing, Toning, Moisturising.
Man’s World — The Dream Peddlers by lain Stewart
Whole Earth Foods — Linda Hardeman with some recipes for Summer Drinks.
Garb — Patterns for the Woolly Minded by Polly Hamilton
Reviews |
Spare Parts — More Ways to use Wood.

‘Infants, Imbeciles and Married Women’... the property rights of the housewife.

Editorial: Marsha Rowe and Rosie Boycott
Design: Kate Hepburn and Sally Doust Advertising: Marion Fudger
Spare Rib: Published monthly by Spare Ribs Ltd, 9 Newburgh St, London WIA 4XS
Printed by J.H, Paull Ltd, 23 Dod St, London E14
Typeset by T & R Filmsetters Ltd, 77 Salusbury Road, London NW6
Distributed by Seymour Press Ltd, 334 Brixton Road, London SW9

No reviews yet, be the first.
Brand Does not apply
Condition Used
Weight 0.103kg