Tin-Tan: Revista Cosmica, No. 5

Murguia, Alejandro (editor)

Published by Editorial Pocho-Che, 1977
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32 pages. Includes art by Carmen Lomas Garza and Ralph Mardiaga; poetry from Pedro Juan Pietri and a group of contemporary Salvadoran writers. The fifth issue of the most interesting Chicano magazine of the 1970s (and arguably still not surpassed). 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). Minor staining to covers, else very good or better. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Tin-Tan: Revista Cosmica, No. 5
Publisher: Editorial Pocho-Che
Publication Date: 1977
Binding: Pamphlet
Book Condition: Very Good

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Published by Editorial Pocho Che,, San Francisco: (1976)
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Book Description Editorial Pocho Che,, San Francisco:, 1976. Wraps. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. Iconic Latino arts and culture magazine which sought to use Latino presence in mass media and popular culture to promote positive social change, freedom for political prisoners, radical politics, gender equality and a slew of other causes. In this issue: "Literature Salvadoreña," "Pedro uan Pietri," "Ray Barretto," "Jose Luis Cuevas" and transcription of a speech declaring solidarity between the working classes and Chicano/Latino student movements 32 p., photos, ilus., wrps., 17.5x11.5 in. Bookseller Inventory # 164097

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