Second issue of Other Scenes & The New York Seer, published May 1968, edited by John Wilcock. Content include: word art by Charles Henry Ford; "Eartha, Baby... Who's [sic] Song You Gonna Sing?" by Hakim A. Jamal; "Men Who Can't Come Home"; "Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada;" "Smug!"; "Other Scenes;" "Tuli: Yiggers, Blonkies & Crackers," by Tuli Kupferberg; "The Antic Art by Ed Ruscha," by Irving Blum; "Taylor Mead: Stoned on Peanut Butter," by Jean-Jacques Lebel, with photos of Taylor Mead by John Chamberlain; "Why I Am Proud to Be an American," by Bingham Young; "Displacement," a two page comic; "Models," art by Sivent Lindblom; "Black Flower," by Ted Joans; a full page collage of photographs of Andy Warhol with an Andy Warhol quote and information about a Warhol exhibition held at Museet in Stockholm, February - March 1968; "Cuba Today," by Philip Russel and Dick Reavis; "Turn the Page;" "Fried Fish Country," Country Joe MacDonald and the Fish interviewed by Distant Drummer; "Censorshit," by Karol Ferster; "3rd Pinacle of Success," by Steve the Hawk; "You Can't Fake the Real Thing," letters; "Alex," by Alex Apostolides; "Those Loveable Peace-Nut," comic strip created by Tom Dunphy and Calypso Joe, drawn by Bill Stout; "Cultural Revolution," by Jimmy Plato; "They're Tearin' Down South Street," by DeMaio; "Love Games," by Dick Bagwell; "Krassner," by The Fifth Estate. Cover photo by Billy Name.