Straight Arrow Press

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Straight Arrow Press
FoundersJann Wenner and Charles A. Reich
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationSan Francisco, California
Publication typesMagazines, Books

Straight Arrow Press (Straight Arrow Publishing Co., Inc.) was a publishing company that published the periodical Rolling Stone.

They operated a book publishing division in the 1970s in San Francisco, which published authors such as Oscar Zeta Acosta, Stewart Brand, Richard Brautigan, Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia (with company founder Jann Wenner and Charles A. Reich), Hunter S. Thompson, William Bast, Roger L. Simon, and the Firesign Theatre.

Partial bibliography[edit]

  • Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo, Oscar Zeta Acosta, 1972
  • The Revolt of the Cockroach People, Oscar Zeta Acosta, 1973
  • Time Zone, Sätty, 1973 (published in association with Robert Briggs), ISBN 0-87932-028-1
  • Suburbia, Bill Owens, 1973
  • Hollywood Babylon (distributed by Simon & Schuster), 1975

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