My Own Mag

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My Own Mag was an independent publication, or zine, published by Jeff Nuttall from 1960 to 1967.

The influential, but rather unknown, publication is in retrospect most heralded for being a platform for William S. Burroughs experimental prose of the sixties, at a time when Burroughs had problems being published elsewhere.[1][2][3]

Having gained little notoriety in larger circles, the publications have been mostly forgotten about, however, lately the William Burroughs website Reality Studio has recently put out a sample, containing several full versions of several of the zines.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://realitystudio.org/bibliographic-bunker/my-own-mag/
  2. ^ http://www.jeff-nuttall.co.uk/html/ray_gosling.html
  3. ^ http://realitystudio.org/bibliographic-bunker/my-own-mag/my-own-mag-a-bibliographic-nightmare/