Other Scenes
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • loose leaves
  • black-and-white & color
  • 42 x 29 cm.
  • [24] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Other Scenes

[aka : Other Scenes & The New York Seer] / Vol. 1, No. 2 (May 1968)

John Wilcock, Charles Henry Ford, Hakim A. Jamal, Tuli Kupferberg, Edward Ruscha, Irving Blum, Taylor Mead, Jean-Jacques Lebel, John Chamberlain, Bingham Young, Sivent Lindblom, Ted Joans, Andy Warhol, Philip Russel, Dick Reavis, Country Joe MacDonald and the Fish, Distant Drummer, Karol Ferster, Steve the Hawk, Alex Apostolides, Tom Dunphy, Calypso Joe, Bill Stout, Jimmy Plato, DeMaio, Dick Bagwell, The Fifth Estate, Billy Name

Other Scenes


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.

New York, NY: John Wilcock,
Condition:  Fair. Recto, verso, and first page are detached with multiple tears along spine edge. Additional wear to recto including: 3.5 cm. loss to bottom edge, 1.2 cm. area of loss to bottom right corner, 4.2 cm. tear to left side edge, and 2.8 cm. of soiling with additional tears. Pages are yellowed and brittle with multiple tears throughout. Contents otherwise clean and unmarked.
[Object # 20617]