London: The Poison Girls, n.d. (c. early 1980s)
Self published punk/art magazine which primarily displays photo-montages from this British anarcho-punk band founded by Vi Subversa in 1977. Vi was a middle-aged mother of two at the band’s inception, and wrote songs that explored sexuality and gender roles, usually from an anarchist perspective. Later the group lived in a squat alongside fellow anarchist band Crass, with whom they worked closely for a number of years. The last Poison Girls album was released in 1985. Very good although one closed tear on back cover. Scarce.