The Organ (newspaper)

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The Organ was a US counterculture underground newspaper which produced a total of 9 irregularly published issues in San Francisco in a 36-page folded tabloid format between July 1970 and July 1971. It featured two-color covers, black-and-white interiors and a double-page poster in each issue, and cost 50 cents. It was published by Christopher Weills and edited by Gerard van der Leun.[1] Contributors included Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, Greg Irons, Tom Veitch, Dave Sheridan, Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea, William Burroughs, Michael Rossman, Richard Lupoff, Sandy Darlington, Howard J. Pearlstein, and Don Donahue. Interviews with a number of countercultural figures appeared, including Kenneth Anger, Jerry Garcia, and Allen Ginsburg.

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The Organ Reader, ed. by Howard J. Pearlstein, Richard Lupoff and Fender Tucker. Ramble Press, 2009. ISBN 978-1-60543-045-4.

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