After Dark: Magazine of Entertainment January 1974

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    First Edition.

    28cm x 21.5cm. 114 pages, black and white illustrations. Pictorial saddle-stapled wrappers.

    Single issue of American performing arts, entertainment, and under the radar gay magazine, After Dark. Running from 1968 to 1983 After Dark featured stories on theatre, film, dance, performance art, music, and the people who starred in such productions. While not overtly erotic or described as a gay magazine, the magazine was often playfully erotic (usually thanks to staff photographer Kenn Duncan), and the readership largely comprised gay men, especially evident by the advertisements a plenty for gay venues, books, movies, and fashion. In this issue: Special Issue: Black Magic – Soul Train, Duke Ellington, Black Movies and Shades of Gray, Al Green, Raymond St. Jacues, Moving On with the Negro Ensemble Company, The Apollo, and more.

    Minor shelf wear, foxing, and tanning. Very Good Condition.

    $25.00 AUD

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