The Heroin Addict No. 7
New York: H.A. Production, 1980. Photocopied zine, side stapled to top edge. 12,  pp. 8 ½ x 11 in. Light crease across center from folding; otherwise near fine. Item #6510
One issue of photographer and filmmaker Richard Kern’s zine, The Heroin Addict: The Magazine with a Consistent Attitude, his earliest effort at making zines, circulating his work, and threading together a community of artists with similar thematic and aesthetic concerns.
This issue of The Heroin Addict, no. 7, was published in December 1980, and includes contributions from Warren Rickenbacker, S. Wilson, S. Breer, Waylan Tucker, and a reproduction of Tom Snyder's 1980 interview with John Lydon and Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder and Keith Levene of Public Image Ltd., with a crude sketch of their logo collaged over.
Scarce documents of the No Wave movement. No copies of The Heroin Addict on OCLC as of August 2022.
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