Kids Do the Darnedest Things

Publishing a mimeo magazine is fun, quick, and easy. Anybody with the machine and the supplies could become their own publisher. By the 1960s, even offset printing was cheap enough to be viable for the starving artist. Need proof. Here is the cover to Floating Bear #30, designed by Diane DiPrima's daughter, Jeannie Marlowe. She was six and a half at the time.



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