Zig Zag Magazine from Great Britain, Issue No. 113, dated May 1981.
Here's what's inside...
- Paul Simenon: Reminiscences from a two-stroke Pillion passenger, Robin -Banks
- Freez: Dave Hill circumnavigates the Trades Descriptions Act
- Siouxsie: "I'd rather they tried to look like me than Angela Rippon" Your Fashion Correspondent, Tom Vague
- Private Eye and Public Ear? Dickon and Joan Komlosy celebrate the National Lampoon's 500th issue
- Holly and The Italians: Vespers intoned by the Very Rev. Peter Erskine
- Scars: Theme On A Scalpel. Your anaesthetist, Worried, Preston
- Classix Nouveau: Do you have to be classic nouveau to get rich quiche? Tom Vague
- Ellen Foley: Grilled by Editor Kris Needs
- Poll Results: Joy Division, Siouxsie and John Lydon clean up
- U.K. Dekay: Uber Alles? Southern chauvinism unearthed by Mick Mercer
- Cinema: Tess review and Leight Lawson interview by Graeme Jones
Mostly black & white photos with some color photos. 48 pages including covers. (Code 23-5).
Good condition save minor handling bends; mild paper discoloration; mild old paper odor; minor soiling and/or foxing.
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