Title: Tin-Tan: Revista Cosmica, Issue 4
Publisher: Editorial Pocho-Che, San Francisco
Publication Date: 1976
Book Condition: Very Good
20 pages; tabloid sized. The fourth issue of the most interesting Chicano magazine of the 1970s (and arguably still not surpassed). Includes interviews with musician Willie Colon and Mexican cartoonist Rius; art by Malaquias Montoya. Color centerfold by Consuelo Mendez Castillo, adapted for silkscreening by Rupert Garcia. The magazine, based in San Francisco's Mission District, drew on the talents of artist Rupert Garcia, and writers like Victor Hernandez Cruz, Nina Serrano, and Roberto Vargas. The mission statement aptly describes the aesthetic: 'We approach our non-political articles thru political eyes, and our serious and our political statements thru our senses, we are both serious and non-serious, we search for the blends that make-up our complexities, we are a duality of life, we are yin and yang, we are Tin-Tan,' (issue 2, p. 15). Small splits at spine ends; light chipping to outer edge of centerfold (printed separately on slightly larger paper, which extends beyond the rest of the magazine. Bookseller Inventory # 128513
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