Copenhagen: Superlove, 1967-1970. Softcover folio. 11 ¾ x 16 ½ in. VG+. Item #4783
Superlove was a Danish countercultural magazine published monthly from 1967 to 1970. The first three issues were published as Love; the name was changed to Superlove in 1968. Founded and edited by Australian George Streeton in Copenhagen, Superlove was modeled after American and English countercultural magazines and had nationwide circulation. Printed offset in a tabloid format, Superlove focused on beat and hippie music figures such as Frank Zappa and Bob Dylan, as well as writers and poets such as Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs. Articles also covered politics, including writing on the Black Panther Party, nuclear testing, anarchism, and more. Superlove’s basement headquarters in Copenhagen later became a record store of the same name, which be-came an important meeting and rehearsal space for the local punk scene. Very scarce in complete run.
No. 1-38, as Love: Nos. 1-3, Nyet Superlove: No. 4.