The Mondo Hunkamooga Reader (Stuart Ross) pdf, epub, doc

[This book was never published. Goodreads won't let me delete it because it has "so many reviews." — Stuart Ross]

Between the mimeo revolution of the '60s and '70s and the fanzine explosion of the early '90s there was Mondo Hunkamooga.

Edited and produced by Toronto small press guerilla Stuart Ross between 1983 and 1997, Mondo Hunkamooga was a lively and controversial magazine of the small press community, focusing on Toronto but also extending to the international scene. The Mondo Hunkamooga Reader gathers the best of that groundbreaking publication.

This collection gathers twenty issues and features interviews with such Canadian luminaries as bpNichol, David McFadden, Frank Davey and Gil Adamson, as well as the legendary American small pressers Kenward Elmslie and Joe Brainard, The Mondo Hunkamooga Reader also records the debates and rants of a generation of active small press writers and advocates. Articles on poetics, politics, self-publishing, and the literary community, mix felicitously with letters of outrage, editorials by Ross, cartoons and reviews of publications that demand to be rediscovered.

This book is essential reading for anyone looking to discover the rich literary history of Toronto, or a context for the North American Small Press movement as a whole.

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