Farmingdale, NY: Trans-High Corporation, 1978. First Edition. Wraps. 4to. Saddle-stapled photographic wraps. Covers edgeworn and scuffed; top staple (of three) insecurely attached. Pages toned. Very good minus. Very good -. Item #23158
Early issue of the magazine, with an opinion piece by Andy Warhol ("I don't know anyone who takes amphetamines anymore"), a guide to punk London by Victor Bockris, a feature on Willie Nelson, a poem by Muhammad Ali, Patti Smith on Pasolini, and a selection of Lou Reed's poems from his then-unpublished collection ALL THE PRETTY PEOPLE. (Note that while the cover and table of contents identify this as May '78, issue 33, the TOC verso small print reads "July 1978 No. 35.).