The Museum of Modern Art Library
Mail Art Periodicals
An Annotated Inventory
John Held, Jr. Collection
Modern Realism Archive
San Francisco, California

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INDEX

McJob
MadWoman
Madam X's Gazette
MADNESS!
Mail Art
Mail Art Archive
Mail Art Interviews
Mail Art Message
Mail Art Messenger
Mail Art News
Mail Art Obscurities Mirror
Mail Art Paper
Mail Art Portraits
Mail Art Service
Mail-Art Statements from Ruud Janssen
Mail Box: Correspondance Art from Around the World
Mail Interview Newsletter
Mail Order Art
MAILARTSPACE
Main Book Catalogue/Sampler, The
Malcontent
MaLLife
Mambo Press Update
Man and High Tech
Mani Art
Margaret Freeman Digest
Maximum Traffic
MC
mcard
ME
Megazine Bulletin
Melmoth Vancouver
Mendo Do De Do, The
Metal Mail
Mente Locale
Metro Riquet
Mexico Inista
Minds Adrift
Miniboek 861:Miniboletin de Mail Art y Poesia Visual
Minifictions
Miracle Whip
Mirror Images
Mixed Media
Moj Swiat
Mollocca
Monthly: An Irregular Periodical, The
Monthly Journal
Moonhead News 79
Mouth: Revista Aperiodica di Poesia e Poesia Visiva
MSRRT Newsletter
Mumbles in Love
Multiplication
My Secret Life in the Mail
Mystery Hearsay International

 

McJob - Mystery Hearsay Intl.

McJob. Julee Peeslee, Editor. Dyslexic, Boulder, Colorado. (1995-1996).

(No. 1) ([1995]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 19 pages. The zine Mail Artists turn to when venting on their day job. In between on-the-job horror stories, you'll find information on "global Mail," and some of the editor's many projects.

No. 2 ([1995]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 26 pages. "Job Experiences," by Obvious Front (USA), Christ Reider (USA), Mike Woolridge (USA), Musicmaster (USA), Maximum Traffic (USA), et al. Ads for publications including "Anodyne," Global Mail." and "Craphound."

No. 3 ([1996]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 31 pages. "Letters" from Jokie X. Wilson (USA), Jim goad (USA), et al. "101 Annoying Things that Convenience Store Customers Do or Types of Annoying Customers," by Jokie X. Wilson. "Aunt Elvis's," by Ken Miller (US). "Ashey Parker Owens (USA), " Anti-Resume."

No. 4 ([1996]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 55 pages. Continuation of "100 Annoying Things that convenience Store customers do or Types of Annoying Customers," by Jokie X. Wilson (USA). "Hey, rude Clerks: No. 49!." by m. B. Corbett (USA). "A Work Story," by Ashley Parker Owens (USA). 

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MadWoman. Helena Perkins, Editor. SisterSerpents, Chicago, Illinois; Madison, Wisconsin. 1990-1998.

No. 1 (1990). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 36 pages. "Start Carrying Weapons," by Ashley Parker Owens (USA). Contributions by Caroll Brooks (USA), Lancillotto Bellini (Italy), et al.

No. 2 (Summer 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 36 pages. "True confessions from women who laugh in the face of patriarchy while fighting against the horrors of misogyny." Contributions by Jo-Anne Echevarria Myers (USA), FaGaGaGa (USA), Willie Marlowe (USA), Barbara Rosenthal (USA), the editor, et al.

No. 3 (Spring 1992). Newsprint. 11 1/4"x8 3/4". 27 pages. "You will notice this madwoman is mostly graphics. We're planning for the next one to b mostly words." Contribution by FaGaGaGa (USA).

No. 4 (Spring 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 48 pages. "A Brief Hissssstory of Sisterserpents." Contribution by Any Salyer (USA). "Used Boyfriend Auction." Zine reviews.

No. 5 (January 1994). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 24 pages. Contribution by Epistolary Stud Farm (USA). "Used Boyfriend Auction."

No. 6 (August 1994). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x 5 1/2". 44 pages. Contribution from Birger Jesch (Germany). Zine reviews.

No. 7 (June 1995). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Contributions by Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Birger Jesch (Germany), Sean Whatever (USA), et al. "Used Boyfriend Auction."

No. 8 (July 1996). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 20 pages. "Used Boyfriend Auction." Editorial office moved to Madison, Wisconsin.

No. 9 (December 1997). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 21 pages. Editor has a miscarriage. "Used Boyfriend Auction." Detourned graphics.

No. 10 (September 1998). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. The editor has a baby. "Used Boyfriend Auction."   

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Madam X's Gazette. Madame X, Editor. Newspace, Los Angeles, California. 1992-1993.

No. 11 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "Nothing Happened." Newspaper mock-up.

No. 12 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "End of the World/Beginning of the World."

No. 13 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "Bad Guy Day!"

No. 14 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. ""Z-Z-Z-Z."

No. 15 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "Congress Declares: 1/2 of World Unconstitutional."

No. 16 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "Word War I."

No. 17 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "National Normal Dept."

No. 18 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "Man is Not Part of the Universe!"

No. 19 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "High Court Rules: Everybody in Guilty."

No. 20 (n.d.). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". 4 pages. "All is One."

No. 25 ([1992]). Photocopy. 6"x4". (4 pages). "Wise Man Missing."

No. 30 (1993). Photocopy. 7"x4 1/2". (.  12 pages). "Leader Gives State of the Universe Message."

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MADNESS!. Mike Gunderloy, Editor. Medford, Massachusetts. 1984.

No. 1 ([1984]). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (10 pages). By the future founder and editor of 'Factsheet Five.'" "Well, this first issue of MADNESS! (that being what I've decided to call this new pseudo-apa) seems to have turned out rather well. I'm not going to spoilt the fun by telling you who-all is involved; leave that to the writers themselves." Contributions by Luke McGuff (USA), Phanatasm Press (USA), et al.

No. 2 (1984). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (10 pages). "The next regular issue of MADNESS! will be put together on or about August 10th, 1984. Yep, two whole months down the road (well, almost). Meanwhile, though, I want to try something different for #3-we'll be doing what Luke McGuff calls 'add-on/pass-on' with maybe a twist or two. We'll all work on the same pages, passing 'em along by mail, and when they get back to me I'll make copies available for a buck apiece."

No. 5 (1984). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (10 pages). Collage.

No. 6 ([1984]). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (9 pages). "Processed World: The Real Terror Network," by Bob Black. Collage. Project opportunities.

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Mail Art. Jörg Seifert, Editor. Annaberg-Buchholz, West Germany). 1997.

No. 12 (September 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. (17 pages). Assembling magazine. contributions by Antonio Gomez (Spain), Patricia Collins (England), Pascal Lenoir (France), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), Jürgen Kierspel (Germany), et al. Edition of 20.       

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Mail Art Archive. Ceccotto Alessandro, Editor. Mail Art Archive, Adria, Italy. (1991-1992).

No. 2 ([1991]). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (12 pages). Artistamp sheet by FaGaGaGa (USA) and John Held, Jr. (USA). "Stamp Art," by Andrej Tisma (Yugoslavia), "Amazon," by Ruggero Maggi (Italy). "The Question of Mail Art," by Guy Bleus (Belgium), John Held, Jr. and Carol Stetser (USA). Press release, "Mail Art: An Annotated Bibliography." "Ecoarte," by Bruno Chiarlone (Italy).

No. 3 ([1992]). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (16 pages). "From Moticos to Mail Art: Five Decades of Postal Networking," by John Held, Jr. "Dai Moticos alla Mail Art: Cinquantanni di Circuita Postale," by John Held, Jr. (translated into Italian by Alberto Rizzi [Italy]). Listing of Italian sessions of the "Decentralized Networker Congresses 1992."

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Mail Art Interviews. Ruud Janssen, Editor. TAM (Traveling Art Mail) Archive, Tilburg, Holland. 1994-2000.

TAM Publication 950065 (May 1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 11 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Michael Leigh (England)." Interview with the founder of A-1 Waste Paper Co. Ltd., London, England. "Well, it was soon after I had chanced upon the mail art network in 1980 at the Artlink International exhibition at the Greenwich Theatre gallery in London that I decided I too could have a weird and wonderful nom de plume that many of my fellow mail artists had contrived for themselves."

(May 1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 12 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Klaus Groh." Interview with the German Dadaist and Mail Artist. "I discovered the network idea of Correspondence-Art in 1967 in San Francisco (USA) when I was looking for material for my doctoral thesis at Dada-Post-Dada- and human art activities. Art, distributed by the normal Postal-System really was fascinating for me. I suddenly was deep involved with that great idea."

TAM Publication 950076 (1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 16 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Arto Posto." Interview with the Mail Artist from Atlanta, Georgia. "Can't tell exactly when I started mailing art. It was with an artist friend who had moved to California, Susan Petelik, and she always added art to her envelopes, letters, etc., tucked art inside. She inspired me to do the same, and I started sending back to her in like manner. That was during the late 1960s. I wasn't actually aware of the international mail art movement as such until about eight to ten years ago."

TAM Publication 950080 ([1995]). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 10 pages. "Mail-Interview with Rod Summers (VEC)." Interview with the English/Dutch Mail Artist, the originator of the VEC Audio Exchange. The editor introduces the text by stating, "In this mail-interview with Rod Summers I used lots of different communication-methods, and also Rod used as many as possible methods. A nice coincidence was that besides the E-mail, snail-mail, FAX and exchanging diskettes, we also could use the help of John Held Jr. and Bill Gaglione for the transport of one answer from Maastricht to Tilburg." Summers' responds to the question of his starting in Mail Art, "I began involvement in the mail-art movement in either late 1973 or early 1974, it's quite difficult to be more precise as I destroyed my mail-art archive as part of a performance in De Appel in Amsterdam in 1977." 

TAM Publication 950085 (1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 20 pages. "Mail-Interview with Henning Mittendorf (Germany)." Interview with the eraser-carver and writer of Mail Art theory from Frankfurt-Main, Germany. "After having studied and practiced fine arts since 1959 (with interruptions), participated in shows and after having had some personal exhibitions since 1970, I decided to enter the network of mail art, i.e. to become a conscious-networker in 1980."

TAM Publication 950087 (February 1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 8 pages. "Mail-Interview with Dobrica Kamperelic (Yugoslavia). Interview with the editor of, "Open World'." "...my friend Zarko Rosulj, visual-poet, literary critic, technical editor in publish house NOLIT (where I'm working too) gave me in 1978 some m. a. invitations and introduced me with some interesting art-people/alter-artists...Than, I've started to collaborate in/with WEST EAST, international association for concrete and visual poetry, I found may addresses from alter-artists all over the world and became a mail-artist (from) that time."

TAM Publication 950091 ([1995]). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 9 pages. "Mail-Interview with Robin Crozier (England)." Interview with the late Dean of English Mail Art. "So, from early 1972, slowly but surely, I became involved in the 'Eternal Network' (Filliou) which had been christened 'Mail Art' in 1971 by Jean-Marc Poinsot who had organized the envoi action at the Paris Biennale. And then the snowball began to roll..."

TAM Publication 950092 (1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 8 pages. "Mail-Interview with Anna Banana (Canada)." Interview with the Canadian Mail Artist. "In 1971, I was living outside the small town of Sooke, on Vancouver Island. In an attempt to connect with some creative people, I declared myself the Town Fool of Victoria... that turned out to be an uphill climb, and in an effort to communicate with the populace of Victoria, I started publishing the 'Banana Rag.'"

TAM Publication 950095 (November 1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 16 pages. "Mail-Interview with John Held, Jr.: Part 1." Interview with the Mail Artist from Dallas, Texas. "My first trip to Europe was in 1975. I went to France, Italy, Greece, Austria, Germany, and Holland. In Amsterdam I came across a rubber stamp store by chance."

(November 1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 1 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Carlo Pittore." Interview with the American Mail Artist (no publication number noted). "In response to your query,  I began my network mail art activity in 1978, encourage by Bern Porter...When Bern Porter encouraged me to send an original postcard off to a mail art exhibition, I was ripe for mail art. Not only had I been a philatelist as a kid, but I was eager for community, and was an appreciator of intimate mailed communication."

(1995). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 14 pages. "Mail-Interview with Chuck Welch (USA)." No publication number cited. Interview with the active American Mail Artist (AKA Crackerjack Kid) and author of "Eternal Network: A Mail Art Anthology "(Calgary University Press , 1995). "My first exposure to mail art and subsequent participation is linked to the historic "Omaha Flows (sic) Systems" held at Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska and curated by Fluxus artist Ken Friedman. So my involvement began in April 1973, but at the time I didn't know that this major exhibition was the precedent for all mail art shows that followed. My active involvement in mail art occurred in 1978 when I began corresponding under the nom de plume of crackerjack kid."

(January 2, 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 15 pages. "Mail-Interview with Jenny De Groot (Netherlands)." Interview with the Mail Art publisher and exhibition organizer from Hengelo, Holland. "The first time I came across mail art was in 1983, when I was studying photography and design at AKI (Academy for Arts and industry). One of my teachers was Bart Boumans, who at the time was very active in the mail art circuit. He gave me a list of addresses in japan: I was doing some 'research' on Japanese calligraphy, and I needed the addresses for information. Among those who replied were people like Shozo Shimamoto and Ryosuke Cohen and voila; there it all began..."

TAM Publication 960103 (January 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 8 pages. "Mail-Interview with Svjetlana Mimica (Croatia)." Interview with the editor of, "The Light of the He-Art," from Split, Croatia. "Well, how and when I entered in mail art. It has been during '89 when I first met (late?) Tihomir Govoskovich, Croat from Vojvodina (ex-Yugoslavia). We met each other casually, via one magazine for meeting new loves. We've never become more than friends, but really very good friends. As he knew I draw (in that time, I used ink and pencils in my art and made drawings of various shells, which has been my favorite motive), he gave me good advice (I didn't think I'm so good!) and -an invitation for a mail art action WEST-EAST in Seattle at CW-Post-AFGN Gallery. I sent materials and waited for a year to receive an answer!"

TAM Publication 960104 (1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 23 pages. "Mail-Interview with Ken Friedman (Norway). Interview with the Fluxus artist and writer. "Dick Higgins introduced me to Ray (Johnson). In 1964 or 1965, Dick published Ray's book, The Paper Snake. I already knew the book. In August of 1966, I was visiting Dick in New York...Dick suggested I ought to send something to Ray. I chopped a negative of the photo into a jug-saw puzzle and mailed it. That was our first contact."

TAM Publication 960105 (January 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 20 pages. "Mail-Interview with Dick Higgins (U.S.A.)." Interview with the late Fluxus artist. "I got involved in the mail-art network in July 1959 shortly after I met Ray Johnson in June. He sent me a marzipan frog, a wooden fork and three small letters in wood, which I correctly misunderstood. I sent him some wild mushrooms which I had gathered, and they arrived at his place on Dover Street just before they decomposed."

TAM Publication 960110 (March 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 10 pages. "Mail-Interview with Ashley Parker Owens (USA)." Interview with the editor of "Global Mail." "In 1981, I somehow received a mail art chain letter. I believe the source was through an art professor or one of their assistants. At the time, I was married, living in Cincinnati, Ohio, and attending art school with my husband. The chain letter was really fascinating because it had exotic names and addresses from all over the world."

TAM Publication 960114 (1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 13 pages. "Mail-Interview with Clemente Padin (Uruguay)." Interview with the long-time Mail Art participant. "My first experiences in Mail Art date from 1967 when with my Latin-American friends Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Guillermo Deisler and Damasco Ogasz we started to exchange our reviews: Diagonal Cero, Ediciones Mimbre, La Pata de Palo & Los Huevos del Plata (Diagonal Zero, Osier Editions, Leg of Wood and The Eggs of the Silver) and our mail-art works."

TAM Publication 960115 (1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 16 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Mark  Bloch (USA). Interview with the New York City Mail Artist. "I did mail art in 1968 when I did a postage stamp of a kid in my 6th grade class who used to scream a lot."

TAM Publication 960116 (1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 16 pages. "Mail-Interview with M. Greenfield (England)." Interview with the English Mail Artist. "I began in the seventies corresponding with various friends. At that time I was an art student, much of what was discussed was about art, many times including examples, sometimes illustrating the envelope. However it was not until the late eighties that I read an article in one of the art magazines I was subscribing to, about 'mail art' and took part in a 'mail art' project."     

TAM Publication 960123 (May 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 13 pages. "Mail-Interview with John M. Bennett (USA)." Interview with the Columbus, Ohio, Mail Artist. "...until about 1974 when I started doing mail art at the instigation of a friend, the now-deceased painter. Mr. Sensitive. It was great fun and still is."

TAM Publication 960124 (May 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 10 pages. "Mail-Interview with Patricia Collins (England)." Interview with the coordinator of the "Artist's Book Exchange." "I first became involved in mail art in summer 1993. I had taken out the U. K. listings magazine, 'Artist's Newsletter' and saw the ads in the mail art section. I had not heard of mail art + could find nothing about it. To satisfy my curiosity, I wrote to the magazine and I received a splendid letter from Robin Crozier in Sunderland, U. K. telling a little about his notions of mail art and inviting me to take part in his ongoing Memo?Memory project."

TAM Publication 960140 ([1996]). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 10 pages. "Mail-Interview with Rudi Rubberoid (USA)." Interview with the Mail Artist from Bellingham, Washington. "...I owned a store in Bellingham called 'The Postcard Palace', which sold postcards and notecards. I saw some 'art rubber stamps' at a trade show and added some of them to the stock of the store...of course I had to play with them; one day a friend of mine Bob Urso, came in while I was stamping and mentioned that he was starting a rubber stamp company (BOBZ) and that stamps could be used for mail art. That was the first I heard of it."

TAM Publication 960145 (October 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 15 pages. "Mail-Interview with Andrej Tisma (Yugoslavia)." Interview with the talented eraser-carver and theoretician of Mail Art. "I made my first mail-art work in 1973 after a visit to one of the pioneers of Yugoslavian mail-art, Bogdanka Poznanovic from Novi Sad. I mailed to her two bus tickets I used going to her and returning home, fixed on a postcard."

TAM Publication 960147 (March 1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 19 pages. "Mail-Interview with Vittore Baroni (Italy)." Interview with the Italian Mail Artist and editor of "Arte Postale!". "I got involved in the mail art net in 1977, when I discovered the existence of mail art through the work of G. A. Cavellini-I had seen an ad in Flash Art magazine for G. A. C.'s 'Free' Art Books-I wrote him, got the books, started a correspondence with G. A. C. (my first contact!) and soon with Anna Banana and all the other late 70's regulars."

TAM Publication 9500151 (1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 16 pages. "Mail-Interview with Ayah Okwabi (Ghana)." Interview with one of the few Mail Artists in Africa. "I got involved in mail art in 1979 when Volker Hamann introduced me to his Anthropological Art Project. Anthro-Art was Volker's idea of linking Anthropology to Art. Later I suggested a meeting of mail artists involved in the AnthroArt network to work on a community-based workcamp project in a village in Ghana."

TAM Publication 9500151 (1997). Color and B&W Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 16 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Ayah Okwabi (Ghana)." Variant issue, with color photocopy cover. (A limited edition with color photocopy cover was published for some of the works in the "Mail Art Interview" series.)

TAM Publication 960135 (July 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 13 pages. "Mail-Interview with Jenny Soup (USA). Interview with the editor of "In Remembrance." "I first got involved with mail art and the network back in 1987. I was living in San Francisco at the time, going to Art School. I was introduced to the addicting world of mail art by my boyfriend at that time, and thus the enigmatic Gaglione, the wacky and wonderful Radio Free Dada, the ever present (and past and future) John Held Jr., and others."

TAM Publication 970159 (July 1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 12 pages. "Mail-Interview with Julie Hagan Bloch." Interview with the talented eraser carver from Upstate New York. "Well, it was probably around the early '80's...1983 maybe. It sort of pounced...I'd been carving eraser-stamps for a few years & heard of a couple of rubberstamp magazine. Rubberstamp-madness & National Stampagraphic. I wrote to them and they both showed favorable interest in my carvings right away. Very quickly I was corresponding with some folks via the rubberstamp magazines, and also got in a group that exchanged mail-art on a monthly basis."

(July 1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 15 pages. "Mail-Interview with Michael B. Corbett (USA)." Interview with the editor of the assembling magazine, "Tensetendoned." ""I first heard about mail art from a fellow art school student when he gave me a Cavellini sticker in 1983 or '84. He also invited me to his home to speak with Ryosuke Cohen in japan during a group telephone call. I had no idea who these people were or what they were about."

TAM Publication 970161 (November 1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 12 pages. "Mail-Interview with Julie Paquette (USA)." Interview with the Garland, Texas, Mail Artist, the publisher of "Fluxus Bucks." "I've determined that I was introduced to the network in 1991 by 'arto posto' in Atlanta, GA (she was in Chicago, IL, USA at the time). I had been looking at posts on bulletin boards on Prodigy, a computer service network, and found the ones on rubber stamps especially interesting."

TAM Publication 970163 (1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 19 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Ruud Janssen." Interview with the originator of the series, by guest interviewer Mark Greenfield (England). "My first mail art exhibition was in an official Gallery, the 'Melkveg' 1985, in Amsterdam.

TAM Publication 970167 ([1998]). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 20 pages. "Mail-Interview with Günther Ruch (Switzerland)." Interview with the editor of, "Clinch." "My first involvement with the mail art network goes back to 1974, through my contact with the group "ECART" (Geneva), which had in that time an extensive correspondence exchange with the first mail-networkers (look hereby this old rubber stamp which mentioned 1974 as begin of my "NETWORK" activity)." 

TAM Publication 970169 (July 1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 18 pages. "Mail-Interview with Ruud Janssen, by Carol Stetser (USA)." The originator of the "Mail Art Interview" project responds to questions by the Sedona, Arizona, Mail Artist. "...I also got in touch with Guy Bleus, who I asked for some more addresses. In 1983 he sent me a list of about 800 addresses at the time. Probably a list of a project he was working on. This really started me, and I began to write to names that sounded interesting, or countries that looked promising. My search in the network started."

TAM Publication 970171 (1997). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 13 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Carol Stetser (USA)." Interview with the Arizona Mail Artist. "In 1976 I founded Padma press and proceeded to publish in the next 3 years, three offset books of my photographs. In July 1978 Judith Hoffberg reviewed one of my books in 'Umbrella' and it is in this periodical that I first read about mail art."

(1998). Offset. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 32 pages. "The E-Mail-Interview with Guy Bleus: Mail Art from Surface Mail to Cyberspace." Collaboration with Ruud Janssen (Holland) and Joel S. Cohen (AKA The Sticker Dude) (USA), who writes, "For a long time I have been enamored with archivists and historians who specialize in alternative culture movements. Like the role played by storytellers of indigenous cultures, they help document, disseminate & revitalize what mainstream culture would pass over and dismiss..." Interview with Guy Bleus (Belgium) conducted by Ruud Janssen (Holland). "One could stimulate the virtual existence of a slick mail-art paradox. on the one hand, that nobody ever gets involved in a metaphysical or mythical mail-art network. Because 'the' corporate network, that is, the network as a well defined body, does not exist. On the other hand, that an artist who comes in close contact with the links of the Netland, gets absorbed by the spongy mail-art web."

(March 7, 1998). Rough draft of the above publication, with letter to Guy Bleus (Belgium) and Ruud Janssen (Holland) by Joel Cohen (USA).

([1999]). Photocopy with Artistamp and Sticker. 8 1/4"x6". 12 pages. "Faked Mail-Interview with Pina Artasmurdo Partisan D'Amour (No-Mans-Land)." Interview with a fictitious Mail Artist from Albania. "That was at the beginning of 1995. I first found a bill from the stamp manufacturer dating from the last day of 1994. I devised a fine year plan back then, encompassing several subversive activities. this put my activities into a different framework beyond the traditional Mail Art concept. I found that the flood of images in the letter box doesn't necessarily reset in a flood on images in one's mind, other mechanism are at work. the five years will run out at the end of 1999 and that is why I am willing to give this interview."

(September 24, 2000). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 14 pages. "The Mail-Interview with Normon Solomon (Mr. Postcards). On-line version of the interview with the late friend of Ray Johnson's from the 1950s. Never formally published. Other "Mail Art Interviews," published on-line only (no booklet) from this point forward. "I met Ray Johnson in the F. W. Woolworth's variety store at 37th Street and 5th Avenue in New York City where I had gone to purchase some factory-made ephemera. This was during the noon hour of March 17th, 1951. Ray had been on his way to the matinee premiere of Puccini's Turandot at the Metropolitan Opera House and had stopped at the Woolworth's for lunch."  

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Mail Art Message. Ruud Janssen, Editor. TAM (Traveling Art Mail), Tilburg, Holland. n.d.

No. 25 (n.d.). Photocopy. 4 1/2"x1 3/4". (one page). "You are  most fortunate to receive mail from me because since October 1st '88 I limited myself by only sending out one piece of mail-art every day. This I will keep up for a whole period of five years.

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Mail Art Messenger, The. Antoine Cupial, Editor. Domerat, France. (1996).

No. 2.1 ([1996]). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4". (2 pages). "A periodic fanzine grouping some actual projects and news about the network." Listing of Mail Art Project, publication and exhibition possibilities. "A Chaotic Network," by the Editor. "We received recently a log of projects about Ray Johnson's works & history. I hope the artists who are concerned are in contact with each other, because I think the artists should work together when projects are similar. And it's available for all kinds of projects. It's necessary if want to make something exceptional because a lot of energy, money, and time is needed...Then, what about a collective archive of all the themes which have ever been used in Mail art?"

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Mail Art News. Friedhilm Schulz, Editor. Einbeck, West Germany. 1985.

No. 4 (1985). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (18 pages). "Mail Art-My Dream of Freedom and Love," by Henning Mittendorf (Germany). "Introduction of a New Gallerist," by the editor.

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Mail Art Obscurities Mirror. K. Frank Jensen, Editor. Ouroboros, Roskilde, Denmark. 1997.

No. 2 (1997). Color and B&W Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (22 pages). "The Fake Mail Interview with K. Frank Jensen (DK), interviewed by Asta Erte." Spoof of "The Mail Art Interview" project of Ruud Janssen (Holland). "AE: The very last question. Why do you call this a fake interview? KFJ: There is a mail artist, Ruud Janssen, who runs a series of interviews with mail artists. He told me that he himself either selected the people he wanted to interview, or made interviews, when a sufficient number of people asked for an interview with a particular mail artist. Most of his interviews are with the mail art establishment or with people, who are more interested in the communicatory and political aspects rather than in the art aspect of mail art...This is a fake interview, because it is within RJ's concept but he didn't make it."

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Mail Art Paper E3. Kazuyoshi Takeishi, Editor. Aerial Print, Tokyo, Japan. 1989-1991.

No 001-100 (April 1989/June 1990). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (16 pages). Index to "Easy & Instant Mail Art Mag E3, Nos. 1-100" listing Mail Artists and the issues they appeared in.

No. 103 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Le Peintre Nato (France), Kjell Nyman (Sweden). Mail Art exhibition notice.

No. 109 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), Shmuel (USA), Factor X (England), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Art maggots (USA), et al. Exhibition opportunities.

No. 119 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Solamito Luigino (Italy), Crash (Italy), Dada Kan (Japan), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), et al. Mail Art exhibition notice.

No. 124 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by John Held, Jr. (USA), Reiu Tüür (Estonia), Kimmo Framelius (Finland), et al. Mail Art exhibition opportunity.

No. 125 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Reiu Tüür (Estonia), Lily p. Scholes (England), John Held, Jr., (USA), Ilmar Kruusamae (Estonia), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), et al. Mail Art exhibition notice.

No. 128 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Jun Kuramitsu (Japan), Janusz Cywicki (Poland), Dada Kan (Japan), Shozo Shimamoto (Japan), Kimmo Framelius (Finland), et a. Mail Art publication opportunity.

No. 129 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Jerry Marquez (USA), Giovanni Strata (Italy), Société Anonyme (Belgium), John Held, jr. (USA), et al. mail Art exhibition notice.

No. 131 (February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Bruno Capatti (Italy), John held, jr. (USA), Luc Fierens (Belgium), Wm. Stipe (USA), Al Ackerman (AKA The Blaster) (USA), et al.  

No. 141 ((February 12, 1991). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (2 pages). Contributions by Lancilloto Bellini (Italy), Guido Bondioli (Guatemala), Lawrence Upton (England), Guy Bleus (Belgium), et al. Mail Art exhibition notice.

No. 178 (September 16, 1991). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4. (one page). Contributions by Renee Bouws (Holland), John Held, Jr. (USA), Joachim Buchholz (Germany), et al.

No. 179 (September 16, 1991). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4. (one page). Contributions by Bruno Capatti (Italy), John Held, Jr. (USA), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), et al.

No. 181 (September 16, 1991). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4. (one page). Contributions by Joachim Buchholz (Germany), John Held, jr. (USA), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Factor X (England), et al.

No. 183 (September 16, 1991). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4. (one page). Contributions by Bruno Capatti (Italy), John Held, Jr. (USA), Pascal Lenoir (France), Musicmaster (USA), et al.

No. 184 (September 16, 1991). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4. (one page). Contributions by Ignazio Corsaro (Italy), John Held, Jr. (USA), Musicmaster (USA), Solamito Luigino (Italy), Kimmo Framelius (Finland), et al.

No. 185 (September 16, 1991). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4. (one page). Contributions by Mike Gunderloy (USA), Xavier Mulet (Spain), John Held, Jr. (USA), Alessandro Ceccotto (Italy), et al.  

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Mail Art Portraits. Eamonn Robbins, Editor. Dublin, Ireland. 1988-1990.

No. 8 (1988). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (8 pages). "Friends!! This is an ongoing series. If you'd like to participate please send your portrait (photocopy is fine)...All participants will receive a copy of each inprint mini in the series!" Contributions by Mary Jewett (USA), Julia Loyd (USA), Miara Igniatijevíc-Rommy (Yugoslavia), Liza McCool (AKA FaGaGaGa) (USA).

No. 11 (1988). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (8 pages). Contributions by Chris Dodge (USA), Françoise Duvivier (France), Shmuel (USA), Mark Corroto (AKA Fa GaGaGa) (USA), Ivok Konac (Yugoslavia), Tamotsu Watanabe (Japan).

No. 12 (1988). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (8 pages). Contributions by David Urban (Czechoslovakia), Nenad Bogdanovic (Yugoslavia), Guido Bondioli (USA), et al.

No. 15 (1988). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (8 pages). Contributions by Vincent O'Brien (USA), Kiss Emilia (Romania), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Antonio Gomez (Spain), et al.

No. 17 (1988). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (8 pages). Contributions by Terrapin Syndicate (France), Dobrica Kamperelic (Yugoslavia), Nevenko Petric (Yugoslavia), John Held, Jr. (USA), et al.

No. 22-24 (1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (16 pages). Contributions by A1 Waste Paper Co. Ltd. (England), Ivan Sladek (Czechoslovakia), Ivan Merlin (Yugoslavia), Barry Edgar Pilcher (England), Guillermo Diesler (East Germany), Dobrica Kamperelic (Yugoslavia), et al.  

No. 25-27 ( March 1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (20 pages). Cover by Jenny de Groot (Holland). Contributions by 14 artists including Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Jacques Massa (France), Ivan Sladek (Czechoslovakia), Anna Boschi (Italy), FaGaGAGa (USA), Eve Pilcher (England), Michael Leigh (England), et al. "This special issue of Mail Art Portraits is being sent to everyone who has participated in the project, so far!!"

No. 28-30 (1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (24 pages). Contributions by 21 artists including Jenny de Groot (Holland), Wally Darnell (Saudi Arabia), Carol Schneck (USA), Gerard Barbot (USA), et al. "This is an ongoing series (over 100 artists have participated so far!). If you'd like to participate send you portrait (photocopy is fine)..."

No. 31-33 (1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (20 pages).  Cover by Marcello Diotallevi (Italy). Contributions by 16 artists including Jacques Massa (France), Ona Doodle (England), "Shozo, Ruggero, Gerard, John etc., etc mail artists supreme!,"  Craig Hill (USA), Barry Pilcher (England), et al.

No. 34-36 ((1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (20 pages). Contributions by 16 artists including Guillermo Deisler (East Germany), Lucien Suel (France), Dobrica Kamperelic (Yugoslavia), Carol Schneck (USA), et al.

No. 43-45 (1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (22 pages). Cover by John Held, Jr. (USA), Contributions by Lutz Wohlrab (East Germany), Kristof D'Haeseleer (Belgium), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), State of Being (USA), et al. "Mail Art Portraits. Details: this is an ongoing series. To participate send your portrait (photocopy is fine). copy of mini book to all."

No. 46-48 (1989). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 5 3/4"x4 1/4". (20 pages). Contributions 17 artists including FaGaGaGa (USA), Barry Edgar Pilcher (England), O. Jason (England), W. W. Neumann (East Germany), Shmuel (USA), et al.

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Mail Art Service. Andrea Bonanno, Editor. Mail Art Archive, Sacile, Italy. 2000.

Vol. 7, No. 31 (June 2000). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x 5 3/4". 10 pages. Editorial. Text by Ruggero Maggi (Italy). Poem and biography of Teresinka Pereira (USA). Contributions by Fausto Paci (Italy), Guido Bondioli (Guatemala), et al. 

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Mail-Art Statements from Ruud Janssen. Ruud Janssen, Editor. TAM (Traveling Art Mail), Tilburg, Holland. 1993-1999.

No. 6 (October 28, 1993). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x2 1/2". (one page). "When you are lucky, you are able to answer all the mail-art you get..."

No. 10 (May 23, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x1 1/4". (one page). "It is strange to find out that mail-art is addictive to you."

No. 11 (May 12, 1986). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x1 1/2". (one page). "The only thing that is more fun then receiving mail-art is meeting the mail-artist."

No. 13 (August 18, 1993). Photocopy. 6 1/4"x1 3/4". (one page). "When two mail-artists meet, and talk about this 'mail-art' they will always discover that it is something different for both of them..."

(May 22, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x2". (one page). "Today I started with putting all the statements I once wrote into one big file. The old statements and any new statement I write I will scatter randomly into the mail-art network. So from now on you probably see fragments of my thoughts in the mail-art you get."

No. 15 (May 23, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/4"x2 1/4". (one page). "The new forms in mail-art, like using the FAX and E-mail, have also to do with the factor time..."

No. 16 (June 13, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x3 1/4". (one page). "The word 'MAIL-ART' is used by mail-artists to give a name to the things we do. Defining what it is all about is more difficult..."

No. 18 (July 4, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x3". (one page). "When you reach the point that you are sending out a xeroxed open letter to all your mail-art friends that you aren't able to answer all their mail you are doing something wrong..."

No. 24 (October, 15, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/4"x2 1/2". (one page). "I still get those letters: 'Please add me to your mailing-list'. But I don't have a 'mailing-list', a limited list with addresses I send certain things too..."

No. 25 (April, 14, 1986). Photocopy. 6 1/4"x1 3/4". (one page). "Mail-Artists all over the world must realize that the future of the mail=art network depends on the search towards new things in mail..."

No. 26 (October 18, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/4"x2". (one page). "Sometimes I wonder if what I read about the mail-art history is all true..."

No. 27 (October 19, 1994). Photocopy. 6 1/2"x1 3/4". (one page). "Why do so many people write about mail-art and not practice it that often. There is a lot of exchange of data but I sure sometimes miss the Dada..."

No. 28 (November 4, 1994). Photocopy. 6 3/4"x2 1/4". (one page). "More and more I realize that my private life and my mail-art work are mixed together..."

No. 30 (January 22, 1995). Photocopy. 6 3/4"x2 1/2". (one page). "The large ART-institutes are discovering the Mail-Art movement. It starts with the Postal Musea which want to show that mail and 'real' art go together..."

No. 31 (January 24, 1995). Photocopy. 6 3/4"x2 1/4". (one page). "Oops, I made the mistake to number these statements, so now I got mail from someone who is collecting all of them. But I only send out a few at a time. So I advised him to visit all my contacts and to look for all the numbers. This statement is especially for him. I won't send this one to him, I won't tell him to whom I sent it, and so he must become a real TOURISM-addict just in search for this statement."

No. 36 (November 2, 1995). Photocopy. 6 3/4"x2 3/4". (one page). "Just today I realized an important difference between E-mail and mail-art when it comes down to the mailing address. If somebody is out of money, they can still receive mail, they just can't afford to answer..."

No.. TAM-93003 (August 1993). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". 3 pages. Twenty-one "mail-art statements." "P.S. this collection of statements will constantly change because mail-art is also constantly changing as is my own life and views about things."

(January 8, 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 8 1/4"x5 3/4. (14 pages. "With the year 2000 very close it is time to make some critical statements for the mail-art network. It is not only good and beautiful what is done in the mail-art network. Please write your own statements as well and spread them to your friends. the time to speak out is there. Don't wait till the traditional postal services stop to function and mail art is dead (and e-mail lives!)" Statements on "E-Mail Art, Mail-Art Internet Sites, Repetition, New Mail Artists are Born?, Stealing, Statements, Quality in Mail-Art, Mail Art Archives, New Things in Mail Art, Women and Mail Art."

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Mail Box: Correspondance Art From Around the World. Michael Harford, Editor. Sausalito, California. 1996.

No. 1 (October 1996). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (28 pages). Cover by Picasso Gaglione (USA). Mail Art news. Interview with Clemente Padin (Uruguay) conducted by Ruud Janssen (Holland). "Notes Toward a history of Artistamps," by John Held, Jr. (USA). "The Pacific Rim Artistamp Congress 1997." Mail Art project, exhibition and publication opportunities. Contributions by Laurel Hall (USA), A1 Waste Paper Co. Ltd. (England), Tally & Russ Johnson (USA), et al.

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Mail Interview Newsletter. Ruud Janssen, Editor. TAM Publications, Tilburg, Holland. 1998.

(October 1998). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". 6 pages. "The Mail interview project started in 1994. this is the newsletter that explains the History, the process, and to be short all important aspects of the project."

(November 1998). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". 8 pages. Includes "Appendix-1 (Overview of all finished interviews so far)." 

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Mail Order Art. Patricia Tavenner, Editor. Mail Order Art Association, Oakland, California. 1971-1972.

(1971). Newsprint. 15"x11 1/2". (8 pages). Artistic items for sale through the mail. Offered by the editor, Demonic-Fern Productions (USA), Phillis Ideal (USA), Ron Gasowski (USA), Lew Carson (USA) et al.

Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972). Newsprint. 15"x11 1/2". (12 pages). Offerings by Demonic Fern Ltd. (AKA Irene dogmatic) (USA), Lew Carson (USA), Pat Tavenner (USA), Curio City (USA), Ron Gasowski (USA), et al.

Vol. 1 No. 4 (1972). Newsprint. 15"x11 1/2". (12 pages). Artist produced items for sale by Pat Tavenner (USA), Davi Det Hompson (USA), Curio City (USA), Ron Gasowski (USA), et al.  

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MAILARTSPACE.International. Romano Peli and Michaela Versari, Editors. C.D.O. (Centro Documentazione Oranizzazione), Parma, Italy. 1981-1982.

No. 0 (June 1981). Photocopy and Mixed Media in Color Offset Cover. 10"x7". (Unpaged). Assembling magazine. Contributions by Cavellini (Italy), Marcello Diotellevi (Italy), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Vittorio Baccelli (Italy), et al. Edition of 200. 

No. 1 (January 1982). Photocopy and Mixed Media in Color Offset Cover. 10"x7". (Unpaged). Assembling magazine. Introduction by the editors. Thirty-three artists from 14 countries. Original works by Vittore Baroni (Italy), Michael Scott (England), Pawel Petasz (Poland), Cavellini (Italy), et al. List of Mail Art magazines. "This second number of 'MAILARTSPACE.International' aims to verify an unusual project because we have called artists to different culture and countries to work out a product in their own mother-tongue." Edition of 150.

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Main Book Catalogue/Sampler, The. Mark Melnicove and George Benington, Editors. The Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance,  Harpswell, Maine. (1982).

No. 2 ([1982]). Newsprint. 11"x8". 47 pages. Illustrated in part by Carlo Pittore (USA), including stampsheet on back cover. Large selection of works by Bern Porter (USA).

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Malcontent. Laura Poll, Editor. Theater of the Oblique, Navesink, New Jersey. 1995.

No. 33 (May 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 11"x8 1/2". (28 pages). Assembling magazine. Contributions by 18 artists including Alice Borealis (USA), Patricia Collins (England), Antonio Gomez (Spain), M. B. Corbett (USA), et al.

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MaLLife. Mike Miskowski, Editor. Bomb Shelter Propaganda, Tempe, Arizona. 1986.

No. 11 (Winter 1986). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (60 pages). Magazine of photocopy art. Contributions from 49 artists including Miekal And (USA), Gerard Barbot (USA), John M. Bennett (USA), Lloyd Dunn (USA), Pat Fish (USA), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Musicmaster (USA), Stephen Perkins (USA), Malok (USA), et al.    

Catalog No. 2 (February 1987). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (12 pages). Publications from the editor, including back issues of "MaLLife," anthologies, and "Iconographics," by Lloyd Dunn (USA).

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Mambo Press Update. Al Ackerman, Editor. San Antonio, Texas. 1982-1983.

(November 1982). Photocopy. 14"x9". (4 pages). "RE: BLOCKS OF LIFE/Six-Fingers research, Mambo Press relocation, Poem!" Text, graphics and detourned images by the editor.

(January 1983). Photocopy. 14"x9". (6 pages). RE: Continuing Six-Fingered Research, The Harlem-Ireland Cultural Exchange, D. Davey Speaks, Tale! Padma progress, Statement." Text and graphics by the editor.

([May 1983]). Photocopy. 14"x9". (6 pages). "RE: continuing Six Fingered Research, THE CHICKEN MOVEMENT! TRENDWATCHERS:" Contributions by Steve Random (USA), David Zack (Mexico), Michael Leigh (England), John M. Bennett (USA), Carlo Pittore (USA), tentatively, a convenience (USA), et al. Text and graphics by the editor.

(July 1983). Photocopy. 17"x11". (4 pages). RE: Six-Fingers doings, Further word on the CHICKEN MOVEMENT, the SAMMY PETALUMA STORY!, Pome, and more..." Contributions by Snowwhite Jung (England), Minoy (USA), Steve Random (USA), John M. Bennett (USA), Michael Leigh (England), et al.

(September 1983). Photocopy. 14"x9". ((8 pages). "RE: SEX, THE ADVENT OF THE PURPLE FETID ONE, Huichol births, at last the unsolicited drawing from MAVIS IN COLUMBUS!! More." Text and graphics from the editor. Contributions by David Zack (Mexico), Eerie Billy Haddock (USA), Carlo Pittore (USA), Carol Stetser (USA), John M. Bennett (USA), Minoy (USA), Mick Mather (USA), Michael Leigh (England), Gene Laughter (USA)...and Mavis (USA), et al.

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Man and High Tech. Dino Golbo, Editor. Silea, Italy. (1991).

No. 40 (October 1990). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (11 pages). Visual Poetry. Contributions by Andrea Ovcinnicoff (Italy), John M. Bennett (USA), Johan Glaw (Germany), and the editor.  

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Mani Art. Pascal Lenoir, Editor. Grandfresnoy, France. 1992-2001.

No. 57 (July 1992). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 28 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Arte Ala Carte (USA), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), John Held, Jr. (USA), Ruud Janssen (Holland), Daniel Daligand (France), et al.

No. 58 (August 1992). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 25 artists including Arte Ala Carte (USA), M. Greenfield (England), Hans Braümuller (Chile), Marcel Stüssi (Switzerland), Alberto Rizzi (Italy), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), et al.

No. 60 (October 1992). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 23 artists including Guillermo Deisler (Germany), David Hunter (USA), Pierre Marquer (France), Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), Antonio Gomez (Spain), et al.

No. 61 (November 1992). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Pas de Chance (Canada), M. B. Corbett (USA), Jonathan Stangroom (USA), Jean-Claude Gagnon (Canada), et al.

No. 62 ([December 1992]). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Krzysztof Szymczak (Poland), Theo Breuer (Germany), Teresinka Pereira (USA), Altor (Italy), Vincent Courtois (France), Serge Stolarenko (Russia), et al.

No. 63 (January 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 25 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), mike Duquette (Canada), Michael Fox (Germany), Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), M. B. Corbett (USA), et al.

No. 64 (February 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 29 artists including Theo Breuer (Germany), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Anatonio Gomez (Spain), David Dellafiora (England), Michael Greenfield (England), State of Being (USA), Sal Wood (England), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Hans Braumüller (Chile), et al.

No. 65 (March 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 27 artists including Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Tapio Holopainen (Finland), Stephen Perkins (USA), M. B. Corbett (USA), Teruyuki Tsubouchi (Japan), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Hans Brauüller (Chile), et al.

No. 66 (April 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 29 artists including Sagebrush Moderne (USA), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Lanciliotto Bellini (Italy), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Pierre Marquer (France), Pas de Chance (Canada), Clemente Padin (USA), State of Being (USA), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), et al.

No. 67 (May 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 31 artists including M. B. Corbett (USA), Andrea Ovcinnicoff (Italy), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), Galantai György (Hungary), Bruno Sourdin (France), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Julee Peezlee (USA), Larry Angelo (USA), et al.

No. 70 (August 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 28 artists including Emilio Morandi (Italy), Hartmut Andryczuk (Germany), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Jean-François Robic (France), Pere Sousa (Spain), M. B. Corbett (USA), et al.

No. 72 (October 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Ruggero Maggi (USA), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), Theo Breuer (Germany), M. B. Corbett (USA), Alice Borealis (USA),  et al. 

No. 73 (November/December 1993). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 25 artists including Patricia Collins (England), Dyslexic (USA), Pierre Marquer (France), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), M. B. Corbett (USA), et al. Edition 30/60.

No. 74 (January 1994). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 31 artists including Altor (Italy), Solar Z (USA), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Sagebrush Moderne (USA), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), Patricia Collins (England), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Alice Borealis (USA), David Dellafiora (England), et al. Edition 27/60.

No. 78 (July 1994). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 25 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Patricia Collins (England), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Carlos Montes de Oca (Chile), Françoise Latulippe (Canada), Pas de Chance (Canada), Johnny Brewton (USA), Serge Segay (Russia), M. B. Corbett (USA), et al. Edition 57/60.

No. 79 (September 1994). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Aerial Print (Japan), Jean-Françoise Robic (France), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), Baba Dada (USA), Non-local Variable (USA), Julia Tant (England), Lucien Suel (France), et al.

No. 80 (October 1994). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including Bruno Sourdin (France), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Lancillotto Bellini (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), M. B. Corbett (USA), Emilio Morandi (Italy), Patricia Collins (England), et al. Edition 21/60.

No. 81 (November 1994). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 29 artists including Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), Guttorm Nordø (Norway), Emilio Morandi (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Jean-François Robic (France), Crackerjack Kid (USA), et al. Edition 58/60.

No. 82 (January/February 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 27 artists including Jonathan Stangroom (USA), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Reed Altamus (USA), Alice Borealis (USA), Marcello Diotallevi (Italy), György Galantai (Hungary), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Pas de Chance (Canada), et al. Edition 54/60.

No. 83 (March 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 22 artists including Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Guttorm Nordø (Norway), Ruggero Maggi, K. Tateno (Japan), M. B, Corbett (USA), Antonio Gomez (Spain), et al. Edition 47/60.

No. 84 (April 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 25 artists including Gyula Mátá (Hungary), Alice Borealis (USA), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Jean-François Robic (France), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Patricia Collins (England), M. B. Corbett (USA), David Hunter (USA), Vincent Courtois (France), et al. Edition 36/60.

No. 85 (May 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 21 artists including Crackerjack Kid (USA), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), Norbert Klassen (Switzerland), Renete-Johanne Carelse (Holland), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), M. B. Corbett (USA), et al. Edition 25/60.

No. 86 (June 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 18 artists including Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Jorge Garnica (Argentina), Patricia Collins (England), Guttorm Nordø (Norway), Kurt Beaulieu (Canada), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Alice Borealis (USA), et al. Edition 40/60.

No. 87 (July 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Antonio Gomez (Spain), Crackerjack Kid (USA), David Dellafiora (England), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), K. Tateno (Japan), Litsa Kaschau-Spathi (Germany), et al. Edition 53/60.

No. 88 (August 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including Patricia Collins (England), A1 Waste Paper Company Ltd. (England), Artpool (Hungary), Giovanni Strada (Italy), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), et al. Edition 27/60.

No. 89 (October 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 27 artists including Pedro Juan Gutierrez (Cuba), Patricia Collins (England), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), K. Takeishi-Tateno (Japan), Shigeru Tamau (Japan), Stephen Perkins (USA), Bruno Sourdin (France), et al. Edition 44/60.

No. 90 (November 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Antonio Gomez (Spain), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Patricia Collins (England), Marcel Stüssi (Switzerland), Chuck Welch (USA), M. B. Corbett (USA), Sergey Stolarenko (Russia), Bartek Nowak (Poland), Bruno Sourdin (France), et al. Edition 29/60.

No. 91 (December 1995). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 19 artists including Hartmut Andryczuk (Germany), J. B. Dodd (USA), W. R. Melnikov (Russia), Michel Pollard (Portugal), Andrea Sey (Argentina), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), et al. Edition 20/60.

No. 92 (January 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 20 artists including David Dellafiora (England), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Patricia Collins (England), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Andrea Rey (Argentina), Crackerjack Kid (USA), M. B. Corbett (USA), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Bruno Sourdin (France), Atmospheric Cookie (AKA Julie Paquette) (USA), et al. Edition 51/60.

(January 1996). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". (16 pages). Index Nos. 82-91. Reproductions of Contributor's Page for each issue. "Mani Art: An international Networker magazine assembling Mail Art Works since 12 years. Send 60 originals or 60 copies size: 21x15 cm or 60 postcards. In return, receive assembled collection of all submitting artists' work. Medium and Theme open. No deadline."

No. 93 (February 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Claudia Richter (Germany), Ruud Janssen (Holland), Jürgen Kierspel (Germany), Cristiano Pallara (Italy), Theo Breuer (Germany), John M. Bennett (USA), David Dellafiora (England), et al. Edition 17/60.

No. 94 (April 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including Anna Boschi (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Patricia Collins (England), Michael Greenfield (England), Boog (USA), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), M. B. Corbett (USA), S. N. Stolarenko (Russia), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Henk Van Ooijen (Holland), et al. Edition 5/60.

No. 95 (May 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 21 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Kurt Beaulieu (Canada), Ulla Rohr (Switzerland), Andrea Rey (Argentina), Vincent Courtois (France), Antoni Miró (Spain), Hans Braumüller (Germany), Dmitry Bulatov (Russia), Laura Pikstone (Australia), et al. Edition 4/60.

No. 96 (June/July 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including Pas De chance (Canada), Smallville Funny Farm (USA), Cristiano Pallara (Italy), Emanuel Rubin (Brazil), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Mark Greenfield (England), et al. Edition 10/60.

No. 97 (August/September 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 24 artists including K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Joy McManus (USA), Boog (USA), Eberhard Janke (Germany), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Jean-François Robic (France), et al. Edition 28/60.

No. 98 (October/November 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 27 artists including Antonio Gomez (Spain), M. B. Corbett (USA), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Tartarugo (Spain), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Hans Braumüller (Germany), et al. Edition 32/60.

No. 99 (December 1996). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 27 artists including Gyula Mátá (Hungary), Ibirico (Spain), Cesar Figueiredo (Portugal), Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), Barkek Nowak (Poland), Henk Van Ooijen (Holland), et al. Edition 20/60.

No. 100 (January 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Vittore Baroni (Italy), Boog (USA), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Dmitrij Zinovjev (Latvia), Cesar Figueiredo (Portugal), P.  
L. G. Frieslaender (Germany), Picasso Gaglione (USA), M. B. Corbett (USA), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), et al. Edition 5/60.

No. 101 (February 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 26 artists including Kurt Beaulieu (Canada), Henk Van Ooijen (Holland), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), Patricia Collins (England), Marcello Diotallevi (Italy), Tartarugo (Spain), Jorg Seifert (Germany), et al. Edition 38/60.

No. 102 (May 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Contributions by 33 artists including buZ blurr (USA), JC Synthetics (England), Nonlocal Variable (USA), Theo Breuer (Germany), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Picasso Gaglione (USA), Cesar Figueiredo (Portugal), Jorg Seifert (Germany), m. B. Corbett (USA), et al.

No. 103 (June 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 20 artists including Walter Pennachhi (Italy), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Keith Bates (England), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Vittore Baroni (Italy), et al.

No. 104 (July/August 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 29 artists including Jean-Claude Gagnon (Canada), Lothar Trott (Switzerland), Ján Husár (Slovakia), Patricia Collins (England), Pete Spence (Australia), M. B. Corbett (USA), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Picasso Gaglione (USA), et al. Edition 16/60.

No. 105 (October 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 26 artists including Bruno Sourdin (France), Patricia Collins (England), Anne-Mieke Bibbe (Holland), Jorg Seifert (Germany), M. B. Corbett (USA), Lothar Trott (Switzerland), Guttorm Nordø (Norway), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Francine Boulet (Canada), et al. Edition 5/60. Includes review of "Mani Art" by John Held, Jr. (USA), which appeared in "Factsheet Five."

No. 106 (December 1997). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 22 artists including Patricia Collins (England), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), Giovanni Strada (Italy), buZ blurr (USA), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Bruno Sourdin (France), Jörg Seifert (Germany), et al. Edition 38/60.

No. 107 (February 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 24 artists including Stephen Perkins (USA), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Joe Decie (England), Eberhard Janke (Germany), Vincent Courtois (France), Theo Breuer (Germany), David Dellafiora (England), et al. Edition 52/60.

No. 108 (March 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 23 artists including Antonio Gomez (Spain), Kurt Beaulieu (Canada), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Patricia Collins (England), Jean-François Robic (France), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Jim Leftwich (USA), et al. Edition 29/60.

No. 109 (April 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 24 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Fabio Sassi (Italy), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Anna Boschi (Italy), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Eberhard Janke (Germany), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Emily Joe (Italy), The Sticker Dude (USA), et al. Edition 25/60. 

No. 110 (June 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 25 artists including Vançi Stirnemann (Switzerland), Inés Lopez Dobón (Argentina), Rota Doriano (Italy), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Bruno Sourdin (France), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Emily Joe (Italy), et al. Edition 6/60.

No. 111 (July 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 26 artists including Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Patricia Collins (England), Eiichi Matsuhashi (Japan), Eberhard Janke (Germany), M. Vänçi Stirnemann (Switzerland), Hans Braumüller (Germany), Boek 861 (Spain), et al. Edition 13/60.

No. 112 (August 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 21 artists including Pips-Dada-Co (Germany), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Joe Decie (England), Graciela Chippari (Argentina), David Dellafiora (Australia), Fernando Garcia Delgado (Argentina), et al. Edition 13/60.

No. 113 (September 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 27 artists including Guy Bleus (Belgium), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Dogfish (USA), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Joe Decie (England), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), et al. Edition 25/60.

No. 114 (October 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 23 artists including Jörg Seifert (Germany), Patricia Collins (England), Cesar Reglero Campos (Spain), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Iramar Peteado (Brazil), Joe Decie (England), Vittore Baroni (Italy), et al. Edition 34/60.

No. 115 (November 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 20 artists including Fidel Viddal (Spain), Frank Osowski (Australia), Stephen Perkins (USA), Anna Boschi (Italy), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Raul De Obaldia (Panama), Antonio Gomez (Spain), et al. Edition 2/60.

No. 116 (December 1998). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 22 artists including Anna Boschi (Italy), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Christian Alle (France), Keiich Nakamura (Japan), Ed Varney (Canada), et al. Edition 30/60.

No. 117 (January 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 23 artists including David Dellafiora (Australia), Walter Pennacchi (Italy), Iramar Penteado (Brazil), Boek 861 (Spain), Serge Segay (Germany), et al. Edition 31/60

No. 118 (February 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 26 artists including Serge Segay (Germany), Boek 861 (Spain), Raul de Obaldia (Panama), Eiichi Matsuhashi (Japan), Theo Breuer (Germany), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Jankovics Zoltan (Hungary), Graciela Chippari (Argentina), K. Frank Jensen (Denmark), Vortice Bacacay (Argentina), et al Edition 36/60.

No. 119 (March 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 27 artists including Anna Banana (Canada), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Magda Lagerwef (Holland), Patricia Collins (England), Pete Spence (Australia), Anna Boschi (Italy), Birger Jesch (Germany), Guttorm Nordø (Norway), Pas de Chance (Canada), et al. Edition 38/60.

No. 120 (May 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 25 artists including Antonio Gomez (Spain), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Serge Segay (Germany), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Cesar Figueiredo (Portugal), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Eberhard Janke (Germany), Pete Spence (Australia), et al. Edition 35/60.

No. 121 (June 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 22 artists including Kurt Beaulieu (Canada), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Aaron Flores (Mexico), Alexis F. Benalcazar (Panama), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Dao Badao (Switzerland), et al. Edition 36/60.

No. 122 (July 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 24 artists including Jae Ming Song (South Korea), M. Vänçi Stirnemann (Switzerland), Nora Menghi (Argentina), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Emilio Morandi (Italy), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), et al. Edition 10/60.

No. 123 (September 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 26 artists including A Kos Székely (Hungary), Fidel Vidal (Spain), Eiichi Matsuhashi (Japan), Patricia Collins (England), Raul de Obaldia (Panama), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Michael Lumb (England), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Emilio Morandi (Italy), et al. Edition 29/60.

No. 124 (November 1999). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 25 artists including Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Boek 861 (Spain), the Sticker Dude (USA), Anna Boschi (Italy), Pete Spence (Australia), Norma Campaz (Brazil), et al. Edition 29/60.

No. 125 (December 1999/January 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 22 artists including Richard Kostelanetz (USA), Vittore Baroni (USA), David Dellafiora (Australia), B. Saved (USA), Ovidiu Petca (Romania), Walter Pennacchi (Italy), The Sticker Dude (USA), Theo Breuer (Germany), et al. Edition 29/60.

(January 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. "MANI(C) ART-A Special 2000 Fake Project." "Some time ago, I received this card ('The Big 2000 Assembling-Zine! Theme: Manic Art. Send 200 contributions for this assembling zine before 31-12-1999...Receive back your copy of the first assembling zine of the year 2000. Send to: Pascal Lenoir, Manic Art...') from the U.K. advertising a project for the year 2000. The name of the man in charge was by no means unknown to me: it was mine! No doubt about it: I was he innocent victim of a fake project I had not organized but which somehow bore my name. Several contributions ended up here, which shows that the mysterious project had been broadly advertised. I have nevertheless decided to bring it to its artistic conclusion. So here it is." Contributions by 20 artists including Vittore Baroni (Italy), Patricia Collins (England), J. C. Synthetics (England), Theo Breuer (Germany), Angela Pähler and Peter Küstermann (Germany), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Gianni Simone (Japan), SNAK-y (Italy), Ovidiu Petca (Romania), et al. Edition 76/2000.

No. 126 (February 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 23 artists including Zlatko Krstevski (Macedonia), Ella Joosten (Holland), Patricia Collins (England), Boek 861 (Spain), Christian Alle (France), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Anna Boschi (Italy), et al. Edition 26/60.

No. 127 (March 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 23 artists including Marilyn Dammann (USA), Bruno Capatti (Italy), Keith Bates (England), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Jean-Hugues Dupont (France), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Boek 861 (Spain), Ovidiu Petca (Romania), et al. Edition 30/60.

No. 128 (June 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 25 artists including Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), A.1 Waste Paper Company Ltd. (England), buZ blurr (USA), Serge Segay (Germany), Fernando Aguiar (Portugal), Magda Lagerwerf (Holland), Shinoh! Nodera (Japan), Patricia Collins (England), Christian Alle (France), Raul de Obaldia (Panama), et al. Edition 36/60.

No. 129 ("Join" 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 28 artists including Boek 861 (Spain), Steffen Markus (Switzerland), ficus strangulensis (USA), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Shigeru Tamaru (Japan), Jean-Claude Gagnon (Canada), Obvious Front (USA), Dale Speirs (Canada), Boog (USA), et al. Edition 2/60.

No. 130 (July/August 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 26 artists including Scientist Sam (USA), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), Ovidiu Petca (Romania), Anna Boschi (Italy), Popomailart (Belgium), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Rémy Pénard (France), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Bruno Capatti (Italy), Ruud Janssen (Holland), et al. Edition 34/60.

No. 131 (November 2000). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 21 artists including Petra Netmail (Germany) and Dawn Redwood (England), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Jörg Seifert (Germany), Piermario Ciani (Italy), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Kurt Beaulieu (Canada), Bernd Lobach-Hinwiser (Germany), Antonio Gomez (Spain), et al. Edition 22/60.

No. 132 (January 2001). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 22 artists including J. Ricart (Spain), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Eiichi Matsuhashi (Japan), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Raul de Obaldia (Panama), Bruno Sourdin (France), Anne-Miek Bibbe (Holland), et al. Edition 34/60.

No. 134 (May-June 2001). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by 25 artists including Giovanni Strada (Italy), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Boog (USA), Ko de Jonge (Holland), Jan Honza (Poland), Piermario Ciani (Italy), Anna Boschi (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Marilyn Dammann (USA), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), et al. Edition 36/60.

No. 135 (July 2001). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 9"x6 1/2". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. Spiral binding. Contributions by J. Ricart (Spain), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Hector Toch (Belgium), A. 1 Waste Paper Company Ltd. (England), Veb Freie Brandstiftung (Germany), M.H.W. Hornschuh (Germany), George Parson (USA), Maurizia Carantini (Italy), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Harmut Graf (Germany). Edition 42/60. The last issue. "MANI ART is a non-profit assembling magazine in a limited edition (60 copies); a living and contemporary Mail Art anthology with several hundred artists' originals works: postcards, photos, drawings, paintings, artistamps, collages, visual poetry...from all countries and with an underground spirit! Each mail artist receives all works with his participation for free. Since 1984, MANI ART circulates Mail Art to private and public archives such as Guy Bleus Archive (Belgium), Galantai-Artpool (Hungary), The Ruth and Marvin Sackner archive of concrete and visual poetry (USA)...Bibliothéque Nationale (France), Musée de la Poste (France), etc."      

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Margaret Freeman Digest. Mille Christophe, Editor. Pantin, France. 1990-1991.

(February 1990). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (4 pages). "This listing is a perms of a guide/directory for us underground contacts I'm preparing to be published in French. If you think you could be one of these: don't hesitate to send me your material/catalogues and information you want to be listed in this guide. Feedback guaranteed."

Vol. 1, No. 2 (February 1990). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (4 pages). "'Margaret Freeman Digest' est une newsletter d'informations alternatives et underground." Libertarianism. Loompanics Unlimited. "Freeland's Postage Stamps."

Vol. 1, No. 3 (March 1990). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (4 pages). "Cette newsletter est essentiellement interessée par les muliples expressions underground internationales." The Church of the Sub-Genius. Elizabeth Was (USA) and Miekal And's (USA) Xeroxial Endarchy. "ND" magazine.

Vol. 1, No. 4 ([April 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (6 pages). Art Strike, 1990-1993. Letter by Stephen Perkins (USA), editor of "Box of Water" magazine. "Temple Post 1990" artistamp sheet by John Held, Jr. (USA).

Vol. 1, No. 5 ([May 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (6 pages). Contributions by Vittore Baroni (Italy), Fa Ga Ga Ga (USA), Church of the Sub-Genius (USA), et al.

Vol. 2, No. 6 ([June 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (6 pages). "Lightworks" magazine. Art Strike, 1990-1993. Contribution by John Held, Jr. (USA). Steven  Bradley (USA) biography. Lucien Suel (France).

Vol. 2, No. 7 ([July 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (8 pages). "Novoid" magazine. Artistamp by John Held, Jr. (USA). Paul Rutkovsky (USA), "Regarding the Great Art Strike 1990-1993 and Its Relative Effects," by Malok (USA). "Margaret Freeman Digest is interested with all form of underground & marginal expressions including home music, weird publications, tattoo & piercing, obscure videos & films, poetry, mail art, unusual cults and religions, pirate & experimental radios, comics, Discordian & SubGenius mythologies, anarchist groups, dada, UFO contactees etc. etc. etc...This monthly newsletter is made for networking, creating new contacts between readers (200 copes each month) and for me to get more documentations cause the main purpose of my activities is the preparation of a huge guide/directory of north American underground sources. this guide will be the 1st French guide of that type, only interested with the real US & Canadian underground spirit."

Vol. 2, No. 8 ([August 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (8 pages). Art Strike, 1990-1993. Anticopyright. Contributions by Fa Ga Ga Ga (USA), John Held, Jr. (USA), Ken Brown (USA), et al. "Metro Riquet" magazine. "The Latest from Loompanics," by Bob Black (USA). 

Vol. 2 No. 9 ([September 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (8 pages). Neoist stickers by Stewart Home (England). Contributions by John Held, Jr. (USA), Musicmaster (USA), Malok (USA), et al. Notices for "Popular Reality," and "ND" magazines. Panman Productions offers works by Mark Bloch (USA). Church of the SubGenius.

Vol. 2, No. 10 ([December 1990]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (8 pages). Stampsheet by Vittore Baroni (Italy). Contributions by Bob Black (USA), Musicmaster (USA), Mark Bloch (USA), et al. Notices for "Noospapers," and Factsheet Five" magazines. "The Fuck Dirge," by Malok (USA).

Vol. 3, No. 12 ([January 1991]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (8 pages). Stampsheet by John Held, Jr. (USA) on the cover. Contribution by Le Peintre Nato (France). Notices for Xexoxial Editions (USA), "Smile" magazine.

Vol. 3, No 15 ([1991]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". (8 pages).Contributions by H. R. Fricker (Switzerland), Malok (USA), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Miekal And (USA), Musicmaster (USA), Mark Bloch (USA), et al. Notice for "Farm Pulp" Magazine.        

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Maximum Traffic. Maximum Traffic, Editor. Butler, Pennsylvania. 1991-1993.

Vol. 2, No. 6 (June 1991). Photocopy with Silkscreen Cover. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 31 pages. "Mail Art Traffic Report." Contributions by Sergey Grigorkin (USSR), Fa Ga Ga Ga (USA), et al.

Vol. 2, No 7 ([1991]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 32 pages. "The Peace, Love, Freedom issue. More Great Neo-Psychedelic artwork from around the world. Multi-source enviro--updates. Mail Art contacts, reviews. Seeking trippy art, B & W only. Multi-colored neon wavy checkered bucking electric pony silkscreened print included this issue." Contributions by Andrej Tisma (Yugoslavia), John Held, Jr. (USA), Stampmeister Kevin (USA), et al.

Vol. 2, No. 9 ([1991]). Photocopy. 2 1/4"x2 3/4". (32 pages). "The Teeny Tiny Issue." "In the very short time that I have been involved in Mail Art and zine publication, I have been astonished & delighted by the sheer numbers of talented & communicative & wonderful individuals who mail stuff to me. Thank you very much. As always, we are seeking neo-psychedelic artwork for publication (black & white-copies only).

Vol. 2, No. 10 (September 1991). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (16 pages). Contributions by Kevin Friend (USA), John Held, Jr. (USA), M. A. Longbottom (England), Stampmeister Kevin (USA), Blair Wilson (USA), et al.

Vol. 2, No. 11 ([1991]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (16 pages). Catalog for "Steal This Mail Art Show," Mail Art exhibition "presented on December 7, 1991 at the Benedum Auditorium, University of Pittsburgh." Listing of 53 artists participating in the show. Exhibition installation reproduced. 

Vol. 2, No. 12 (December 1991). Cloth. 21"x21". (Unpaged). Letter from the editor accompanies printed (black) green cloth bandanna. "This last issue of Max. Traffic from 1991 (Dec); Silkscreened Linen Rainforest Bandana - Vol. II#12. It has a Backgammon board printed on it..." 

Vol. 3, No. 1 (June 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (32 pages). Contributions by 46 artists including afungusboy (USA), A Classic pair (USA), Jokie X. Wilson (USA), Julee Peeslee (USA), John Held, jr. (USA), Malok (USA), Ricë Freeman-Zachery (USA), et al. Second Printing. Edition 16/100.

Vol. 3, No. 3 (1992). Photocopy and Rubber Stamps. 4 1/4"x5 1/2". (16 pages). "Throbbing Blob of Plasma Kept Alive by Science Comix." Contributions by John (Held, Jr.) (USA), Julee (Peeslee) (USA), Malok (USA), Xeno (USA), et al.

Vol. 3, No. 4 ([1992]). Photocopy. 4 1/4"x3 3/4". (12 pages). "Neo-Psychedelic Man #2: Life Aboard Maximum Traffic."

Vol. 3, No. 7 (1992). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x2 3/4". (8 pages). Contributions by Arte Ala Carte (USA), Ace Backwards (USA), Blair Wilson (USA), et al.

Vol. 3, No. 12 (1992). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x3 3/4". (3 pages). Also titled, "Neo-Psychedelic Man #5."

(Vol. 3, No. 15 (August 1992). See "Random Entry Comix," No. 2.")         

Vol. 4, No. 19 ([1993]). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x4 1/4". 40 pages. Contributions by over 30 artists including John Held, Jr. (USA), Julie Peasley (USA), Mike Diana (USA), Sasa Rakezic (Yugoslavia), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Stephen Perkins (USA), Fucci (USA), et al.

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MC. David Cole and Paul Zelevansky, Editors. Brooklyn, New York. 1981-1984.

No. 1 ([1981]). Offset. 11"x8 1/2". (4 pages). "The Responsibility of the Artist in Contemporary Society." Contributions by Jack Saunders (USA), Peter Frank (USA), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Scott Helmes (USA), Klaus Peter Denker (Germany), Bern Porter (USA), Carolee Schneemann (USA), Lon Spiegelman (USA), Robin Crozier (England), et al. First issue published in New York, New York.

No. 4 (March 1983). Newsprint. 17"x11 1/2". (16 pages). "MC gathers created or found material from visual artists and poets on matters political, social and economic. Submissions are in the form of one or two standard 3"x5" index cards. The index card is our building block, our metaphor and our assurance that submissions will be clear and concise./ MC believes in politics as a day-to-day phenomenon that begins with simple exchanges of information and support and which holds in common a ground of concern that all can agree on. We are interested in a local, humanistic, thoughtful criticism which, though it aspires to beauty and harmony, should begin on the ground where experience crosses experience. We are not  interested in abstractions, labels, or ideological propaganda/ Ultimately, we want MC to serve as a clearing house and retrieval system for both old and new ideas and hope that in time, readers and contributors will begin talking to each other. MC welcomes comments and inquiries from general readers as well as artists, for while MC is both visual and verbal, it is not exclusively art or literature. It is NEWS and so belongs in a public space as public work. (David Cole & Paul Zelevansky)." contributions by Carlo Pittore (USA), Klaus Groh (Germany), György Galantai (Hungary), Michael Leigh (England), Robin Crozier (England), Richard C. (USA), John M. Bennett (USA), K. S. Ernst (USA), Bern Porter (USA), David Cole (USA), Jack Saunders (USA), Peter Frank (USA), Marilyn R. Rosenberg (USA), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Ulises Carrion (Holland), et al.

No. 5 (September 1983). Newsprint and Rubber Stamp. 17"x11". (12 pages). "Crime" issue. Contributions by J. P. Jacobs (USA), Michael Leigh (England), Warclaw Ropiecki (Poland), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Lon Spiegelman (USA), Joachim Frank (USA), John M. Bennett (USA), Des McLean (USA), S(ue) Fishbein (USA), John Evans (USA), Richard Meade (USA), Jack Saunders (USA), Joseph Nechvatal (Austria), Bart Boumaus (Holland), Ubaldo Giacomucci (Italy), Richard C. (USA), Robin Crozier (England), Joel Lipman (USA), Fred Truck (USA), Richard C. (USA), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Karl Kempton (USA), David Greenberger (USA), Guy Bleus (Belgium), et al.

No. 6 (January 1984). Newsprint. 11"x8 1/2". (24 pages). "Timeless Light" issue. Contributions by John M. Bennett (USA), Mark Melnicove (USA), Robert Ashworth (USA), David Zack (Mexico), Peter Frank (USA), Robin Crozier (USA), Leavenworth Jackson (USA), Scott Helms (USA), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Jack Saunders (USA), Joachim Frank (USA), Davi Det hompson (USA), Fred Truck (USA), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), Michael Leigh (England0, Carol Stetser (USA), Lon Spiegelman (USA), Steve Random (USA), Paul Rutkovsky (USA), Karl Kempton (USA), et al.

No. 7 (Spring 1984). Newsprint. 11"x8 1/2". (28 pages). "Map Coordinates," issue. Contributions by Daniel Daligand (France), Joel Lipman (USA), Mark Bloch (USA), Gene Laughter (USA), Cracker Jack Kid (USA), David Miller (USA), Mark Melnicove (USA), Ruth Howard (USA), Rockola (USA), David Cole (USA), Gustav Hagglund (USA), The Gerlovans (USA), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Creative Thing (USA), Alex Igloo (USA), Karl Kempton (USA), Eric Finlay (England), Private World (USA), Thierry Tillier (Belgium), Michael Groschopp (Germany), Barry Pilcher (Wales), Ulises Carrion (Holland), Salvatore da Rosa (Italy), Mick Mather (USA), Klaus Groh (Germany), Edgar Bushmiller (USA), Barbara Rosenthal (USA), Benedict Tisa (USA), Roberta Sperling (USA), Mark Wambling (USA), H. R. Fricker (Switzerland), Carlo Pittore (USSA), Michael Leigh (England), Judith Hoffberg (USA), Lon Spiegelman (USA), Miekel And (USA), Robin Crozier (England), Serse Luigetti (Italy), John M. Bennett (USA), Kum Nam Baik (South Korea), Steen Rasmussen (Denmark), Tom Pack (USA), Stephen s'Soroff (USA), Carol Stetser (USA), Tuli Kupferberg (USA), Graciela Marx (Argentina), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), John Evans (USA), et al.    

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mcard. mnq, Editor. Santa Cruz, California. 1992.

No. 7 (January/February 1992). Postcard. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Unpaged. Graphics on front. Publication information and personal note on verso. 

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ME. Pittore Euforico (AKA Carlo Pittore), Editor. New York, New York. 1980-1985.

Vol. 1, No. 1 (1980). Offset. 11"x8 1/2". 6 pages. "Having been denied (either for political, social, economic, religious or aesthetic reasons) media & publication access & review & exhibition facilities for my work & views in established public forums, I declare my independence & create my own state of ME." Graphics by the editor. The editor on Bern Porter (USA). Contributions by Bern Porter.

Vol. 2, No 1 (1981). Offset and Artistamp Sheet. 11"x8 1/2". (8 pages). "If not ME, who? If not now, when? Please Contribute." "In Pursuit of Carlo Pittore," a graphic tale by the editor. "Hand-maide Muficks," by the editor. Return addresses by John Evans (USA), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Robin Crozier (England), Ko de Jonge (Holland), Harley Francis (USA), Mohammed (Italy), Pawel Petasz (Poland), et al. Biography of the editor, and photograph of his "La Galleria dell'Occhio," New York, New York.

Vol. 2, No. 2 (1981). Offset, Photocopy and Artistamps and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". (14 pages). Exhibitions at La Galleria dell'Occhio, including Bern Porter (USA), Political Art Documentation/Distribution (PADD), and "International Mail Art Exhibition." Contributors list for Bern Porter Mail Art exhibition. Bern Porter biography. Examples of "Bern Porter Commemorative Stamp Series Book," containing "Post Me's Commemorative Series."

Vol. 3, No. 2 ([1983]). Offset. 11"x8 1/2". 15 pages. "Independence Movement," by the editor. "Isolating artists from one another and from our audiences is the most effective way of keeping us powerless." "On Mail Art," by the editor. "Thoughts on Mail Art/Correspondence Art," by John Evans (USA). "The International mail Art Exhibition Salva la Campagna Romana." E. M. Plunkett (USA) contributes, "Report from Hypnagogic City: The Lanz Mail Art Banquet (The Beasts at the Feast)." Article by H.Y.P.E. (AKA John P. Jacobs) (USA). "Send No Ordinary Letters: Poetical Essay on ray Johnson," by Valery Oisteanu (USA). "The Maine Mail Art Exhibition." Documentation for La Galleria dell'Occhio's  "Boxing International Mail Art Exhibition," with a listing artists including Buster Cleveland (USA), Wally Darnell (Saudi Arabia), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Al Ackerman (AKA Harry Bates Club) (USA), et al. "Mail Art Bout," by Judd Tully (USA). Contributions by Paulo Bruscky (Brazil), Larry D. Smith (USA), Gene Laughter (USA). "Network Announcements," lists exhibition, publication and project opportunities.

Vol. 3, No. 3 (1983). Offset and Mixed Media. 11"x8 1/2". Unpaged. Sixth issue ('ME" No. 4 was a audio cassette). "On Mail Art," by the editor. Postcards and artistamp sheet as part of documentation for the "International Mail Art Exhibition," August 5-7, 1983 in Brunswick, Maine. Documentation for "The Influence of Classical Italian Art on Contemporary Aesthetics International Mail Art Exhibition," April 5 to May 1, 1983, at La Galleria dell'Occhio, New York. Postcards by David Zack (Mexico), Epistolary Stud Farm (USA), David Cole (USA), Eric Finlay (England), et al.

Vol. 4, No. 1 ([1985]). Offset. 13 1/2"x9". (6 pages). "ME Magazine #7...This issue is published by the cultured State of Italy, and the Museo d'Arte Moderna, Catanzaro, Italy; Tom Ferro, guest editor." English and Italian versions of "The Artist is a Fighter," by Carlo Pittore (USA). "Do You Think Electronics will Oust the Book," by Andrea la Porta. Exhibition history of La Galleria dell'Occhio. Mail Art exhibition opportunities.          

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Megazine Bulletin. Jan De Boever, Editor. De Media, Eelklo, Belgium. (1989).

No. 15 ([1989]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". 8 pages. "This is Megazine Bulletin nr. 15. It's a special number which will be distributed for free at the 'Europe Against the Current' festival in Amsterdam...a special aspect of our activities is the Small Mags Archive. We started this archive in 1983 and up to now about 4000 magazines / 1100 different titles are stocked in this archive. (They) are all magazines: -with a limited edition (max. 500) -without a real commercial purpose -who are not distributed by a big company -that deal with subculture or counter culture or the margin of official culture. Those mags can be: independent art(ist) mags, underground papers, punkzines, little graphic or satirical mags, specialized musicpapers, cassette gazettes, alternative poetry-zines, curiosa, free press, comix zines, various fanzines etc. At the beginning of '87 we started Megazine Bulletin, a supplement to the media-newsletter, and what's called a fanzine's fanzine. as you can see it's a little magazine, which describes other zines, mags, newsletters, bulletins and so on. the purpose of Megazine Bulletin was and is to promote the small press and to create a service which is still unique in the Dutch speaking countries (Flanders and Holland)." 

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MelmothVancouver. Tim Iles, Editor. Vancouver, Canada. 1986.

Vol. 4, No. 2 (1986). Offset. 8 1/2"x7". 46 pages. A publication of the Vancouver Surrealist Group, including the participation of Ed Varney (Canada). Artist pages includes two collages by Varney. "Cadavre Exquis," by Lori-Ann Latremouille (Canada), M, Guderna (Canada), and Ed Varney. List of international Surrealist publications.

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Mendo Do De Do, The. (Steve Caravello), Editor. Gollinkambi Productions, Talmage, California. (1974).

([1974]). Offset. 5 1/4"x4 1/4". (10 pages). Bay Area Dada publication, circa 1974. Surrealist  collages.

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Metal Mail. Metal Dog, Editor. Cincinnati, Ohio. (1995-1996).

Vol. 1, No. 1 ([1995]). Computer Print and Mixed Media. 8 1/4"x3 3/4". (3 pages). Computer graphics and text with artistamp enclosures.

Vol. 1, No. 2 ([1996]). Computer Print. 9 3/4"x4". (12 pages). "I hope you enjoy the second coming of Metal Mail, a collection of mental meanderings and visual fol-der-rols." Issue theme, "Words." Sophisticated color computer graphics. Announcement of a "Mail Art Exchange," on the theme of dreams.   

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Mente Locale. Ettore Zanfi, Editor. Modena, Italy. 1989.

Vol. 1, No. 1 (June 1989). Offset. 11 1/4"x9". (fragment). "Mail Art Heroes: Gerald X. Jupitter-Larsen," by Vittore Baroni (Italy). Part of the series, "Pro Posta." Fragment of the magazine including the article and publishing information. 

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Metro Riquet. Françoise Duvivier, Editor. Paris, France. 1989.

No. 6 (January 1989). Offset and Rubber Stamp. 8 1/2"x8 1/4". 45 pages. "I wish the zine to be a connection between foreign and alternative artists, small and underground press, too." Interviews with Vincent O'Brien (USA), Ivan Sladek (Czechoslovakia), Mike Shannon (USA), and Stefan Szczelkun (England). "Hiroshima  Shadow Project 1988," by Ruggero Maggi (Italy). Music reviews. Publication reviews. Mail Art exhibition, publication and project opportunities. "Au Subjet de L'Art Postal Aujourd'hui," by Ph. Billé. 

No. 7 ([1989]). Offset. 9 1/2"x8 1/4". (66 pages). "'M Riquet' is always interested in alternative expression from around the world, open to audio and visual art, out of the ordinary." Interview with performance artist Shaun Caton (England),  and editor of "ND," Daniel Plunkett (USA). Performance  art by José VdBroucke (Belgium). Publication reviews. Audio reviews. Mail Art exhibition opportunities.

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Mexico Inista. Luz Bermejo, Editor. Grafe Koine, Madrid, Spain. 1998.

(February 1998). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x4 1/4". 15 pages. Visual Poetry by Mexican artist Hector Barajas.

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Minds Adrift. "Slats" (aka Al) Ackerman, Editor. (San Antonio, Texas). (September 1986).

Vol. 21, No. 9 ([February 1986]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (4 pages). "The Weekly Letter-Zine of the Robert Vesco Brigade." Fictitious volume and number. Text and illustrations by the editor. Contributions by John M. Bennett (USA), David Zack (Mexico), Monty Cantsin (Canada), et al. 

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Miniboek 861: Miniboletin de Mail Art y Poesia Visual. Taller del Sol, Editor. Tarragona, Spain.  (1997).

([June 1997]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x4 1/4". (20 pages). Reproductions of selected Mail Art received by the Spanish Mail Art collective, Taller del Sol, as well as works by the collectives' members. Contributors include Henning Mittendorf (Germany), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Pere Sousa (Spain), Pedro Juan Gutierrez (Cuba), John Held, Jr. (USA), Bruno Pollacci (Italy). Special insert in homage to Edgardo-Antonio Vigo (Argentina), including an essay by Clemente Padin, "Edgardo Antonio Vigo: Vocacion (opcion) de Libertad Creando la Libertad."        

([September 1997]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x4 1/4". (18 pages). Reproductions of selected Mail Art received by the Spanish Mail Art collective, Taller del Sol, as well as works by the collectives' members. Contributors include Jilly Jargon (England), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Sassu Antonio (Italy), Yolanda Perez Herrera (Spain), Carlos Reglero Campos (Spain), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Abelardo Mena (Cuba). Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Diane Bertrand (Canada), Ibirico (Spain), Pere Sousa (Spain), John Held, Jr. (USA), et al.

([November 27, 1997]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x4 1/4". (18 pages). Reproductions of selected Mail Art received by the Spanish Mail Art collective, Taller del Sol, as well as works by the collectives' members. Contributors include Pere Sousa (Spain), Emilio Morandi (Italy), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Antoni Miró (Spain), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Keith Bates (England), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), John Held, Jr. (USA), et al.

([1997]). Photocopy. 11 3/4"x4 1/4". (20 pages). Reproductions of selected Mail Art received by the Spanish Mail Art collective, Taller del Sol, as well as works by the collectives' members. Contributors include Klaus Groh (Germany), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Carolyn Substitute (USA), Pere Sousa (Spain), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Giovanni Strada (Italy),  Carlos Reglero Campos (Spain), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Crackerjack Kid (USA), Ibirico (Spain), John Held, Jr. (USA), et al.

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Minifictions. Luke McGuff, Editor. Makeupaname Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1984.

No. 3 (1984). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x4 1/4". (8 pages). Lit-zine. "Ridin the Five," by the editor.

No. 4 (1984). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x4 1/4". (8 pages). "This is the fourth in the Minifictions Series. It is a collection of five sci-fi novelettes."

No. 5 (1984). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x4 1/4". (8 pages). Short fiction by Gerry Reith (USA) and A. J. Wright (USA). "We are open for submissions of short prose works. Send SASE. Document life outside the mainstream. We are interested in addresses for prisoners and international mail artists."

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Miracle Whip. David Cammack, Editor. Portland, Oregon. 2000.

No. 1 (September 2000). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". (21 pages). "Xerox, Art, Experiment." Work by Portland artists, including Mia Spiral and the editor. List of web sites with Mail Art contacts.

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Mirror Images. Arte Ala Carte, Editor. (Avon, Connecticut). 1991.

No. 1 (Summer 1991). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". 36 pages. "'Mirror Images Mail Art Project' was completed in the summer of 1991. Entries from over 130 Mail Artists were documented in volumes one through four. Many thanks to you for making Volume One possible." Contributions by 35 artists including Géza Perneczky (Germany), Luce Fierens (Belgium), Lavona Sherarts (USA), Malok (USA), A. 1. Waste Paper Company Ltd. (England), O. Jason (England), Gerard Barbot (USA), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Ashley Parker Owens (USA), Michel Pollard (China), Honoria (USA), et al.

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Mixed Media. Ferdinand Kriwet, Editor. Dusseldorg, Germany. 1969.

No. 0 (March 1969). Newsprint. 18 3/4"x13 ". (12 pages). Visual poetry and performance art.

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Moj Swiat. Zygfryd Klaus, Editor. Poznan, Poland. 1988.

No. 11-12 (1988). Newsprint (Color). 11 3/4"x8 1/4". 39 pages. Special Mail Art issue of this Polish youth magazine. Guest edited by Piotr Rogalski (Poland). Most  of the texts are in Polish, but the color graphics mark this publication for special attention. Texts contributed by Piotr Rogalski, Pawel Petasz (Poland), Zbigniew Podurgiel (Poland), Krzysxtof Skiba (Poland), Joki Klaffki (Germany), Janusz Byszewski (Poland), Guy Bleus (Belgium),Tomasz Schulz (Poland), Dobrica Kamperelic (Yugoslavia), Lancillotto Bellini (Italy), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Terrapin Syndicate (France), et al. Graphics by Harley Francis (USA), José VdBroucke (Belgium), Cavellini (Italy), Alndrzeju Dudek-Dürer (Poland), Rea Nikonova (Russia), Fernand Barbot (USA), Vittorio Baccelli (Italy), Henryk Bzdock (Poland), Henning Mittendorf (Germany), Vittore Baroni (Italy), Arturo Fallico (USA), et al. Participant list for the exhibition, "International Mail Art Action Happy New Year 1989."

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Mollocca. Luke McGuff, Editor. Minneapolis, Minnesota. (1981).

No. 7 ([1981]). Mimeograph and Mixed Media. (12 pages). "Special International Edition." Contributions by Gerald Jupitter-Larsen (Canada), Cheryl Cline, et al.

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Monthly: An Irregular Periodical, The. Ginny Lloyd, Editor. Lloyd Productions, San Francisco, California. 1980-1988.

No. 1 (July 1980). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2".  (4 Pages). "...is a rag devoted to Fe-mail Art. Fe-mail Art has been increasing, yet, we have been few in public numbers and infrequently connected with each other. This woman's rag is an attempt to bridge the gap and to reach out to more women who are thinking about creating Fe-mail Art." Cover by Anna Banana (Canada). contributions by Nancy Frank (USA), Carioca (USA), P. E. Nations (USA), et al. (Announcement for the magazine.)

Vol. 1, No. 2 (1980). Photocopy 11"x8 1/2". (4 pages). "A magazine devoted exclusively to documenting Fe-mail Art activities. Each issue represents a specific theme the artists have interpreted within a wide spectrum of styles." (Announcement for the magazine.)

Vol. 2, No. 1 (1981). Photocopy and Mixed Media. 11"x8 1/2". 30 pages. "This issue of THE MONTHLY concerns self portraits, one of the ways women have historically communicated who they are and how they view the world." Interview with Judy Hoffberg (USA), "International Mail Art Politics: Part 1," by the editor. (Hoffberg: My co-curator one time buzzed in my ear that the 'mailbox was a museum.' Joan Hugo was the originator of that term, and I used the phrase consistently in several talks I gave about the show as well as later about artists' books in general.) "Fe-Mail Art," by Bill Gaglione (USA), Contributions by Gail Allen (USA), Anna Banana (Canada), Carioca (USA), Irene Dogmatic (USA), Sue Fishbein (USA), Nancy Frank (USA), Leavenworth Jackson (USA), Yayoi Mizushima (Japan), Polly Esther Nation (USA), Angelika Schmidt (Germany), Carol Stetser (USA), Patricia Tavenner (USA), et al.

Vol. 3, No. 1 (August 1987). Computer Print and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". 3 pages. "This issue of The Monthly started out as a letter to Anna Banana in response to her latest issue of the "Banana Rag." however, the letter grew since I realized that not only had I not written to Anna for a long while, but I had neglected many of you. In fact, I have not corresponded with anyone for such a long time. Hopefully this will bring about a thaw. I have been busy with allot of family, teaching, and personal commitments." Sections include, "Why doesn't Mail Art and Money Mix?," "Mail Art and Chaste Belts Don't Mix," and "Who Appointed Spiegelman?"

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Monthly Journal. Bugpost, Editor. PMTTTD Corporation, Seattle, Washington. 1991.

Vol. 1, No. 3 (September 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 22 pages. "Letters to the Bugmaster General." Listings of artistamps in the manner of a philatelic catalog. "The Celebration of the Fourth Anniversary of Kite Post." Mark Rose (USA) contributes, "Mayumi Handa Visits the Kingdom Of Aldabra."

Vol. 1, No 4 (October 1991). Photocopy and Mimeograph. 11"x8 1/2". 27 pages. "The new Improved Letter to the Bugmaster General," includes correspondence from buZ blurr (USA, Crackerjack Kid (USA) and Jas. Felter (Canada). New listings of artistamp issues in philatelic format.

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Moonhead News 79. Al Ackerman, Editor. (San Antonio, Texas). 1988.

(May 4 thru 10, 1988). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (4 pages). "Moonhead Dazar" on the cover. "Mister Gnat and the Wobber," by Moonhead Leonard, Scribe (AKA Al Ackerman). "Moonostomy," by Moonhead Bennett, Poet (AKA John M. Bennett) (USA).

(May 4 thru 10, 1988). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (4 pages). Cover by Moonhead Mumbles." Moon Head Sherman, Historian (AKA Al Ackerman) contributes "Raisins from Hell." Other contributions by "Moonhead Haddock" (AKA Bill Haddock) (USA) and "Moonhead 'Jake' Berry, Poet" (USA).  

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Mouth: Revista Aperiodica di Poesia e Poesia Visiva, The. Alberto Rizzi, Editor. Mail Art Archive, Adria, Italy. 1992.  
 
No. 8 (December 1991/January 1992). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". 61 pages. Contributions by Bruno Capatti (Italy), Ashley Parker Owens (USA), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Antonio Gomez (Spain), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Hilda Paz (Argentina), et al. Participants list for the exhibition, "Italian Report," organized by Ruggero Maggi and Shozo Shimamoto (Japan) for the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum (June 1992).

No. 9 (February/August 1992). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x5 3/4". 67 pages. Contributions by K. Nyman (Sweden), Silvia Barsi (Italy), Alessandro Ceccotto (Italy), Lucien Suel (France), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Giovanni Strada (Italy), Paul Hartel (Canada), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), et al. Notice for "Mail Art: An Annotated bibliography," by John Held, Jr. (USA). "'Piu' Vero di Natura," by Pierre Restany (Italy) and Ruggero Maggi (Italy). Reports on Italian "Networker Congresses," by Ruggero Maggi. "Poesia Visiva-Poesia Postale," by Luigi Spennati (Italy). 

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MSRRT Newsletter. Chris Dodge and Jan DeSirey, Editor. Minnesota Library Association Social Responsibilities Round Table, Minnesota, Minnesota. 1991-1999.

Vol. 4, No. 1 (February 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. "MSRRT Newsletter's alternative news, opinions and resource listings are sent ten times a year to members of the Minnesota Library Association Social Responsibilities Round Table as well as to a number of other persons and exchange publications. Readers and publishers are invited to send review copes of periodicals, books, and other materials..." Review of "Umbrella" magazine, edited by Judith Hoffberg (USA)..

Vol. 4, No. 6 (August 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 4, No. 7 (September 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 4, No. 9 (November 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Lies in the Sand: An International Anti-War Art Show,...a mail art project and exhibition organized by the Iowa Chapter of the Aggressive School of Cultural Workers."

Vol. 10, No. 10 (December 1991). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 5, No. 1 (February 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Artistamp News," edited by Anna Banana (Canada).

Vol. 5, No. 2 (March 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Notice for the Mail Art exhibition, "Stop U. S. Blockade of Cuba/Stop U. S. Intervention," organized by Clemente Padin (Uruguay), with a brief biography of the curator.

Vol. 5, No. 3 (April 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Real Correspondence," edited by Vittore Baroni (Italy).

Vol. 5, No. 5 (June/July 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Notices for "Factsheet Five," and the "Zine Exchange Network."
 
Vol. 5, No. 6 (August 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 18 pages. Notice of "Dreamtime Corroboree," organized by Liz Was (USA) and Miekal And (USA). Review of "Global Mail," by Ashley Parker Owens (USA). Review of the book, "Cassette Mythos," by Robin James (USA).

Vol. 5, No. 8 (October 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.
  
Vol. 5, No. 10 (December 1992). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 6, No. 1 (February 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Flyposter Frenzy: Posters from the Anticopyright Network," a book by Matthew Fuller (England).

Vol. 6, No. 2 (March 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Herd," edited by Jennifer Huebert. Notice of "Factsheet Five" editor change.

Vol. 6, No. 3 (April 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of the periodical, "CVS Bulletin," edited by Lloyd Dunn (USA).

Vol. 6, No. 4 (May 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. "Mail Art Call," discusses the activities of Peter Küstemann (Germany) and Angela Pähler (Germany). "Dreamtime Village" events organized by Liz Was (USA) and Miekal And (USA).

Vol. 6, No. 5 (June/July 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Notice for the zine review periodical, "Zines!," edited by Christoper B. Martin (USA).

Vol. 6, No. 6 (August 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 6, No. 7 (September 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Duplex Planet Illustrated," a comic based on editor David Greenbergers' (USA) "Duplex Planet," magazine. Notice for the "International Zine Show," at Subspace, Iowa City, Iowa, curated by Stephen Perkins (USA).

Vol. 6, No. 8 (October 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Bibliozine," edited by John Held, Jr. (USA). Publications by Luke McGuff (USA).

Vol. 6, No. 9 (November 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Notice for the Mail Art exhibition, "Her Story," in Redford, Texas.

Vol. 6, No. 10 (December 1993). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 7, No. 1 (February 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of the periodical, "Kettle of Fisk," edited by afungusboy (USA).

Vol. 7, No. 2 (March 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 7, No. 3 (April 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Selection of products from Mark Pawson (England).

Vol. 7, No. 4 (May 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Notice for the "Underground Press Conference," Chicago, Illinois, August 13-14, 1994.

Vol. 7, No. 5 (June/July 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Art Com's, "1994 Media distribution Catalog."

Vol. 7, No. 6 (August 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages.

Vol. 7, No. 7 (September 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. "The Importance of Zines." Review of  a special issue of "New Observation" magazine on "Copy Culture," guest edited by Stephen Perkins (USA) and Lloyd Dunn (USA). Review of "Ljubav/Love," edited by Andrej Tisma (Yugoslavia).

Vol. 7, No. 9 (November 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. "Tom Cassidy (aka Musicmaster) will present a show-and-tell history of mail art's 'Eternal Network' and information about 'creating your own circle of nontraditional 'pen pals.'"

Vol. 7, No. 8 (October 1994). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". 16 pages. Review of "Stretch Marks," by editor Roz Stendahl (AKA Gumiglot) (USA).

Vol. 8, No. 1 (February 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Review of "The Girl-illa Art 'Zine," edited by Marian Parces (USA).

Vol. 8, No. 2 (March 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Notice for the "Underground Press Conference '95," including panelists John Held, Jr. (USA), and "Factsheet Five" editor Seth Friedman.  Letter to the editor by Luke McGuff (USA). Notice for the publications of Banco de Ideas Z (Cuba). Comics by maximum Traffic (USA).

Vol. 8, No. 3/4 (April/May 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Notice of the Mail Art exhibition, "Jose Marti," organized by Clemente Padin (Uruguay). Review of "Cuban Travel Diary," by John Held, Jr. (USA).

Vol. 8, No. 5 (June/July 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. "A Big Pile of Zines." Review of the book, "Eternal Network: A Mail Art Anthology," by Chuck Welch (USA). "Joyfully hurdling national borders, drawing people together worldwide on a personal basis, demolishing preconceptions of what it means to b an artist, mail art is a model of cultural democracy in action." Notice for EMMA (Electronic Museum of Mail Art), a website created by Chuck Welch.

Vol. 8, No. 6 (August 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Notice for "Technical Tips for Zine makers: An Informational Pamphlet from Global Mail," by Ashley Parker Owens (USA).

Vol. 8, No. 7 (September 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Notice of an address change for "Herd," edited by Jennifer Heubert (USA).

Vol. 8, No. 8/9 (October/November 1995). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. "How Many Zines are There?" Address change for "Global Mail" edited by Ashley Parker Owens (USA). Ragged Edge Press catalog, edited by The Sticker Dude (USA).

Vol. 9, No. 2/3 (March/April 1996). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Notice for the Exit Art, New York, New York, exhibition, "Counterculture: Alternative press from the Underground to the Internet." Address change for "Bibliozine," edited by John Held, Jr. (USA).  

Vol. 9, No. 1 (February 1996). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Review of "Score" edited by Crag Hill (USA).

Vol. 9, No. 6 (July/August 1996). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. "Zine Scene," event at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Vol. 9, No. 7/8 (September/October 1996). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Review of the book, "Zines! Volume 1," edited by V. Vale (USA).

Vol. 9, No. 9/10 (November/December 1996). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Editor change for "Global Mail," previously edited by Ashley Parker Owens (USA), currently produced by Michael Dittman (USA).

Vol. 10, No. 1 (January/February 1997). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Update of the whereabouts of former "Factsheet Five" editor Mike Gunderloy (USA). Review of "Zine World," edited by Doug Holland (USA).

Vol. 10, No. 3 (May/June 1997). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Review of the book, "Being On Line: Net Subjectivity," edited by Alan Sondheim (USA), with a contribution by Honoria (USA).

Vol. 10, No. 4 (July/August 1997). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. "The Summer of Zine Books." Review of the book, "Make A Zine," by Bill Brent (USA). Review of "McJob" edited by Julie Peeslee (USA).

Vol. 10, No. 6 (November/December 1997). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages.

Vol. 11, No. 1 (January/February 1998). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. "Zine News." Review of the periodical, "The PhotoStatic Retrofuturist," edited by Lloyd Dunn(USA).

Vol. 11, No. 4 (July/August 1998). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. "Zine News."

Vol. 12, No. 2 (Summer 1999). Computer Print. 11"x8 1/2". 12 pages. Issue number 98. Review of "Truth be Known," by Maximum Traffic (USA). Review of the periodical "Numero," edited by Wilfred Nold (Germany).

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Mumbles in Love. Edited by J(ohn). E(berly). Mumbles Pubs., Wichita, Kansas. (1989).

([1989]). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". (4 pages). Contributors include Michael Voodoo (USA) and the editor. Back cover by Tuli Kupferberg (USA).

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Multiplication. Günther Ruch, Editor. Outpress, Geneva, Switzerland. 1992.

(1992). Mixed Media. 8 1/4"x8 1/4". Unpaged. Assembling magazine. "A small press production in a limited edition about 10 European artists. Every participant has 2000 (or 2 x2 00) exemplairs contributed. All participants have worked over years as editors of small artists books (and/ or documntations about that). Their aims and works are individually different, what held them together is that every participant knows the work of other contributors through the mail-art channel." Contributors include Fernando Aguiar (Portugal), Ben Allen (North Ireland), Guy Bleus (Belgium), Robin Crozier (England), Guillermo Deisler (Germany), Ko De Jonge (Holland), Jürgen Olbrich (Germany), Jose Oliveira (Portugal), Geza Perneczky (Germany), and the editor. Brief bibliographic information on each contributor. Edition 189/200. 

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My Secret Life in the Mail. Cheryl Cline, Editor. Concord, California. (1981)-1984.

([1981]). Mimeograph and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". (10 pages). "MY SECRET LIFE IN THE MAIL is an answer to the question: Get anything good in the mail lately? It is available for trades and correspondence--letters, postcards, mailable objects. Send no money/ MY SECRET LIFE IN THE MAIL will be an ongoing project; contributions are welcome: artwork, reviews, letter, descriptions of your own activities, news and random information." Review of "Umbrella," Mollocca," "The Monthly," etc. "Public Service Announcement," by the editor on chain letters. Listing of correspondents want lists, including requests by Giovanni Fontana (Italy), Birger Jesch (East Germany), Gerald Jupitter-Larsen (Canada), Kenn Speiser (USA), et al. Review of rubber stamp catalogs.   

No. 4 ([1982]). Mimeograph and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". (12 pages). "Notes, Corrections & Misc." includes information on "Me" magazine and Dr. Al Ackerman (USA). Editorial. "When I did the first MSLITM, I was not 'plugged into' the mail art network. I knew a little bit about it: I'd read THE RUBBER STAMP ALBUM and had been ordering stamps; I'd sent a fan letter to Leavenworth Jackson and sought out all her book; I'd gotten ahold of issues of VILE, UMBRELLA  and BIKINI GIRL MAGAZINE. I was actually a little nervous about sending MSLITM to mail artists. It seemed rather presumptuous to send out a reviewzine since there was already UMBRELLA (which covered more things than I could ever hope to). But send it out I did." Reviews of "Laughing Postman," "Duplex Planet," "Madam X's Gazet," Luna Bisonete Productions (John M. Bennett),"Stampola," etc. Rubber stamp companies. "Mail Art Shows."

No. 5 ([1982]). Mimeograph and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". (12 pages). Letters from John M. Bennett (USA), Al Ackerman (USA), Candi Strecker (USA), et al. Reviews of "Posthype," 'Duplex Planet," Stampola," "ME," etc. Books by Musicmaster (USA) and Opal Louis Nations (USA). "Rubber Stamps & Etc." lists "Stamp Art Magazine," edited by Bill Gaglione. Notice for "Bambu" magazine, edited by Ubaldo Giocomucci (Italy).

No. 7 (1983). Mimeograph and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". (12 pages). Letters by Alex Igloo (USA), Michael Leigh (England), Lon Spiegelman (USA), et al. Notice for "Interdada 1984." Reviews of "Nattovning," "Posthype," "ND," "Mambo Press Update," "BILE," etc. Rubber Stamp company catalog reviews.

No. 8 (July 1984). Photocopy and Rubber Stamps. 11"x8 1/2". (8 pages). Editorial comments of change of printing method. "Announcements" lists Mail Art exhibition opportunities and a notice for "Inter Dada 84 Festival. "Publication reviews of "4-U-2-Post" magazine, and "Correspondence Art," by Crane and Stofflet. Special section on "Contributory Magazines," including "Level," "Stamp Art Magazine," 'Bambu," and "Original Art Magazine." Postcards by Ken Brown (USA).  

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Mystery Hearsay International. Mike Honeycutt, Editor. Memphis, Tennessee. 1988.

(Winter 1988). Photocopy. 5 1/2"x4 1/4". (20 pages). Zine from the "cassette underground," which includes information on the audio art activities of John Hudak (USA), Hal McGee (USA), David Prescott (USA), Gerald Jupitter-Larsen (Canada), Minoy (USA), et al.

TAM Publication 960145 (October 1996). Color and B&W Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". 15 pages. "Mail-Interview with Andrej Tisma (Yugoslavia)." As above with variant color photocopy cover.