Alternative weekly newspaper published in the 1970s by Richard Neville, publisher of Oz magazine. Ink was more overtly political than Oz, and numerous journalists went on to build significant careers, including Alex Mitchell, Anna Coote, Andrew Cockburn, John Lloyd. (eBay)
Launched in April 1971, it collapsed with the Oz trial for obscenity of that summer, which took most of Richard's energies. By April 1972, Ink was in liquidation. (toldtales@eBay)

1971 August 7

Issue 15


Fillmore East – June 1971 ad on the back cover. 


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1971 December 17

Issue 24


Our Frank, which art in Mothers, hallowed be Thy Motels...
Charles Shaar Murray, p 20

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