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ASPEN MAGAZINE, Box 205 Village Station, New York N.Y. 10014

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When ASPEN arrives, you don't just read it — you hear it, hang it, feel it, fly it, project it, even sniff it. ASPEN is the multi-media magazine. It comes in a box stuffed full of all sorts and sizes of things-from records to posters to filmwhatever medium is most appropriate to the subject matter.

ASPEN is about excellence in any field. It brings you new ideas in new formats. Each issue is built around a different theme by a different editorial-design team (the best that we can find). So the content and format change radically each time. ASPEN readerslisteners-viewers-participants never know what will pop out of a new issue.

Our last issue, a double one edited and designed by Brian O'Doherty, is "a museum of the moment" presenting the most memorable names of our generation in 4 films, 5 records, 1 sculpture and 13 articles.

Our next issue on Far Eastern Thought will be brimful with five rolled scrolls, miniature screens, Zen parable cards, even a dragon kite. All scented with incense. It's the issue you'll hang all over the house.

Other issues-in-the-works: an English Christmas Box edited and designed in London by Britain's top artists and writers... a Buckminster Fuller issue with each article folding into a geodesic dome or other geometric construction... a Wilderness issue complete with Gourmet Survival Kit... a Cybernetic Art issue documenting the merger of art and science... and Much More.

Would you like to see what ASPEN is like? We have a tempting subscription rate to help you find out. ASPEN is published four times a year at $4 per issue. But try ASPEN on our money-saving subscription offer and pay just $10.95 for one year.

You may pay later if you prefer. But if you send payment with your order, saving us billing costs, we'll reward you with a tree gift — a small surprise that will be a delightful preview of ASPEN itself. You may cancel at any time and pay only for the issues mailed. Mail the coupon today — then start planning your first ASPEN Box Party.









 

from Evergreen Review no. 58, September 1968.

 
 
 

 

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