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Bootleg #3: This is The Salivation Army

Artist
Scott Treleaven
Date
2002
Publisher
Art Metropole
Format
Artists' Books
Size
21.5 × 28 cm
Length
134 
Description

This Is the Salivation Army, originally self-published in Toronto from 1996-1999, was created as a record of, and as a manual for independent explorations of new and better ways to coexist. It countered conventional habits and social structures with intelligent texts, and images of wolfboys, queerpunks, radicalism, love, magick, blood, and spunk. This compilation has been edited by Scott Treleaven to include some of the most representative content from all 8 issues of the zine, new material by Michael Barker, GB Jones, and Paul P., and two new introductions – one by Treleaven and one by Genesis P-Orrdidge .

 

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