"Phyllis Johnson’s Aspen was published in 10 issues between 1965–1971 — a few of which we have for sale in the shop — and featured an incredible selection of international artists and writers. Each issue took a different form and expanded the idea of what a magazine could be. In a way, the goal of TOC is to produce a similarly expanded notion of what a publication can be. Shown here are the contents of Aspen 9: The Psychedelic Issue (1971), edited by Angus and Hetty MacLise, with contributions from Don Snyder, John Cale, LaMonte Young, Terry Riley, and others."
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"Phyllis Johnson’s Aspen was published in 10 issues between 1965–1971 — a few of which we have for sale in the shop — and featured an incredible selection of international artists and writers. Each issue took a different form and expanded the idea of what a magazine could be. In a way, the goal of TOC is to produce a similarly expanded notion of what a publication can be. Shown here are the contents of Aspen 9: The Psychedelic Issue (1971), edited by Angus and Hetty MacLise, with contributions from Don Snyder, John Cale, LaMonte Young, Terry Riley, and others."