Magazines of Tuli Kupferberg

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  • Yeah        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $75.00
  • Yeah: A Look at the White Problem        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $75.00
  • Yeah : A Chronicle Of The Last Days        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $65.00
  • The Christine Keeler Colouring Book and Cautionary Tale        Tuli Kupferberg        Books / Artists’ Books        $200.00
  • The Grace & Beauty of the Human Form        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $75.00
  • Yeah        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $70.00
  • Selected Fruits & Nuts        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $85.00
  • Yeah        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $75.00
  • Yeah: A Frigid Wife Ruined Me        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $75.00
  • Yeah: a satyric excursion published at will        Tuli Kupferberg        Periodicals        $75.00
  • Fuck For Peace        Tuli Kupferberg and Ed Sanders        Posters / Signed        $50.00

Best known as a Bohemian poet and the co-founder of the underground rock band the Fugs, Tuli Kupferberg also was a prolific publisher, running the countercultural Birth Press in the East Village during the early 1960s. The Birth Press distributed experimental literary magazines and periodicals with beat and anarchist influences, including the titles SWING, PEDANTIC PAMPHLET, 1001 WAYS TO LIVE WITHOUT WORKING, SELECTED FRUITS & NUTS, and YEAH MAGAZINE. 10 issues of YEAH magazine came out between 1961-1965, described by Kupferberg as “a satiric excursion; a sardonic review; a sarcastic epitome; a chronicle of the last days.” Published shortly after the Cuban Missile Crisis, YEAH MAGAZINE NO.5, holds strong Cold War and apocalyptic themes, with a red and green “X-MAS” color scheme. In Pedantic Pamphlet No. 3, THE CHRISTINE KEELER COLOURING BOOK AND A CAUTIONARY TALE, Kupferberg condemns the “insufferable, priggish attitude” in the media resulting from the 1963 affair of dancer and model Christine Keeler with British Secretary of State for War John Profumo. This pamphlet contains news clippings and photographs surrounding the event alongside Kupferberg’s irreverent comments and drawings. FUCK FOR PEACE is a poster-size reprint of a 1965 flier designed by The Fugs. Printed with black and green ink, it includes reproductions of sketches in which an international cast of characters act out the title. Signed!

Checklist
  1. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1962
    Out of stock
  2. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah: A Look at the White Problem
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1963
    Out of stock
  3. Tuli Kupferberg
    The Grace & Beauty of the Human Form
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1961
    Out of stock
  4. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah : A Chronicle Of The Last Days
    New York, USA: Birth Press, 1962
    Out of stock
  5. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1962
    [unknown]
    Out of stock
  6. Tuli Kupferberg
    The Christine Keeler Colouring Book and Cautionary Tale
    New York, NY: Birth Press Publications, 1963
    Out of stock
  7. Tuli Kupferberg
    Selected Fruits & Nuts
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1959
    Out of stock
  8. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1962
    Out of stock
  9. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah: A Frigid Wife Ruined Me
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1963
    Out of stock
  10. Tuli Kupferberg
    Yeah: a satyric excursion published at will
    New York, NY: Birth Press, 1961
    Out of stock
  11. Tuli Kupferberg and Ed Sanders
    Fuck For Peace
    New York, NY: Printed Matter Inc., 1965/2007
    100
    $50.00
Last updated 6/28/2015
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