Libido: The Journal of Sex and Sensibility, Premiere Issue, Volume 1, No. 1, 1988
62 p., wraps. This quarterly magazine "is geared to turn on your mind and your body," with art, photography, stories, articles, essays, poetry, advertising, all on the subject of sex and sensuality. Very graphic, for adults. This premiere issue is very scarce. It includes Mark Twain's piece on "The Mammoth Cod," with extremely funny illustrations. The print magazine was discontinued after the Fall, 2000, issue, when it became a webzine. Fine but for a few small, pale spots on the front cover. Bookseller Inventory # LIB-1-1-literature
Title: Libido: The Journal of Sex and Sensibility, ...
Publisher: Chicago: Libido, Inc., 1988
Publication Date: 1988
Binding: Soft cover
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