London : Lovebooks [etc.], 1966-1986. June-12 July 1968: London : It Workers Co-op. 26 July-9 Aug. 1968: London : It (Printing, Publishing & Promotions) Ltd. 23 Aug. 1968-Feb. 1972: London : Knullar (Printing, Publishing and Promotions) Ltd. Mar.-2 Dec. 1972: London : Bloom (Publications) Ltd. 14 Dec. 1972-1973: London : Cardinellar Publications. 1974: London : Newspeak (Publishing) Ltd. 1975: London : Maya Print & Design. 1976-1977: London : Myriad House. 1978-1980: London : Max Music. 1981: London : International Supply, BCM IT. 1986: London : Itinerant Productions Ltd.
Newspaper — v. ; 30-46 cm
" ... The longest running of the British underground newspapers of the 1960's. The emphasis of the paper changes from time to time with the involvement of different writers and editors : at some times dominated with matters of sex and drugs, at others with politics, literature and justice. Overall the mood is iconoclastic, questioning, radical. The angry, rebellious, provocative attitude of the paper mirrors that of the 1960's ... " -- extract from David Batterham's catalogue list no. L.176 (1995).