Inaugural issue of Corpus, edited by William G. Brandt. Contents include "Friends;" "10th City," by Dr. Ed Wode, photograph by Antonia Houtay; "Muhammad Ali Speaks Out," an interview with Muhammad Ali by William Gillbrandt, photos by Val Ledovsky; "Moondog," by Steven Fuller; "Daniel Nagrin: Can One Man Stop A War?," by Larry Bercowitz; "An Interview with John Vaccaro," by Paula Kay Pierce, photographs by Jonathan Siegel, collage by Eric Noel; "Impressions on the Playhouse of the Ridiculous' Production of Heaven Grand in Amber Orbit. Written, Directed, and Performed by Members of the Ridiculous," by Ricardo Castillo, illustration by Rita Dominguez; "Sexual Fascism Sucks," by Dr. Leo Louis Martello; poetry by Barbara Gauditz, Ann Taricone, Cory Lowy, Jane Butters, and David Sorel; "Theme or Coda of 'Alice in Really-Truly Land' from 'The Children's Party Ballet,'" by Bob White Jr.; "Che!," by Ed Wode; an illustration by Andrew Peters; "Hershel's Cusp;" "Two Essays," by Peter Weissman; "Philosophy, Social Biscuits, and Dial:," by Dr. Larry Azar, illustrated by Garrett Gardell; "Reviews," by Vernon Gibbs; "Calendar." Cover by Abby Hoffman. Back cover features a full page advertisement for "Che" with a photograph by Mike Wilson.