By Luis Ortiz, Earl Kemp
Exploring the subcultures of mid-20th-century the United States, this encyclopedia comprehensively records the large volume of cult magazines that thrived underneath the mainstream. Chronicling the interval among 1925 and 1990, sooner than the increase of the net age, the e-book unearths how millions of those really good magazines have been produced, satisfying the key lifetime of each fad, style, obsession, and hush-hush hope. not anything was once past the scope of the ingenious publishers and kooky editors, the consultant exhibits, because it is going backstage of titles equivalent to extraordinary tales, healthcare professional demise, Gee-Whiz, Jaybird, Phantom Detective, and real Thrills. that includes full-color reproductions of hundreds and hundreds of specific cult disguise pictures, this reference's backgrounds, histories, and essays provide an entire photograph of a bygone era.
"Contains a wealth of arcane information regarding the various oddball magazines that after graced newsstands." —New York occasions ebook Review
"No contemporary survey of magazines is extra intriguing and necessary and in simple terms entertaining." —Scifiwire.com
"A pleasure. . . . A copiously illustrated advisor to eye-poppingly bizarre guides, as a rule from the Nineteen Thirties throughout the ’60s, that explored saucy intercourse, UFOs, sizzling rods, the supernatural, 'hygiene,' and lowbrow comedy." —Reason Magazine
About the Author
Earl Kemp was once a infamous manufacturer of greater than 5,000 salacious novels and men's magazines within the Sixties. he's a Hugo Award-winning editor and the writer of Sin-A-Rama: Sleaze intercourse Paperbacks of the Sixties. He lives in Kingman, Arizona. Luis Ortiz is the writer of Arts Unknown: The existence & artwork of Lee Brown Coye and Emshwiller: Infinity X , the latter of which was once nominated for either the Hugo and Locus awards. His writings have additionally seemed in Comics magazine, Filmfax, and representation journal. He lives in big apple urban.
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