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Homegrown: Europe’s First Dope Magazine. Vol.1/ No.1 (June 1977); Vol.1/ No.2 (December 1977); Vol.1/ No.3 (Summer 1978)

Harris, Lee (editor)


1st Edition
Soft cover

4vo. Stapled illustrated paper wrappers. 3 issues [of 13]. Some very slight creasing to corners, light scuffing to spines. Vol.1/No.2 has a few spots on front panel. Vol.1/ No.1 and Vol.1/No.2. with the usual tanning to pages. (Vol.1/No.3 is printed on a different kind of paper, still white.) Pristine copies of the first three issues of Homegrown Magazine. Extremely scarce. *** Homegrown Magazine was published from 1977 until 1982 and ran to 13 issues in total. Started and edited by Lee Harris (owner of London’s oldest Headshop ‘Alchemy’) Homegrown was Britain’s first counter culture and drug magazine. Homegrown was a breakthrough magazine that represented a defining moment in British underground culture. It included articles and illustrations from Timothy Leary, Michael Hollingshead, Harry Shapiro, Brian Barritt, Mick Farren, Bryan Talbot, Julie Burchill, Peter Tosh and Tony Parsons. *** ‘Copies of Home Grown soon became scarce, then rare, then impossible to find.’ (Andy Roberts)

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Book Details

AuthorHarris, Lee (editor)
PublisherLee Harris
Publisher Year1977
Book ConditionFine
Binding TypeSoft cover
Edition1st Edition