|Issue 8 - November 1972
|Now that Muther
Grumble has reappeared, looking slightly different, having crawled out
of the grave after getting both feet in, we can convey another bit of
news to those people who like to know what's going on in the 'Underground'
press. Readers of Frendz who haven't seen a copy for ages and have held
the mourning ceremonies and pushed Frendz back to the dark ages along
with Ink, Styng, Seven Days and others, are very wrong and very unfortunate.
What they are missing is a cheaper, better version of the London based
paper of the last few years. Gone are the days of capitalist distributors
taking 55% of the price which explains why you might not have been able
to get a copy. This and a cheaper printers means that Frendz, thumbing
its nose at current trends in prices, has gone down to 10p from 15p. The
paper is still in the same format, but is now published monthly and the
extra time seems to be bringing about improved production.
Well, now you know about it you are probably wondering how to get it. Simple, just write to us at MG and we will tell you or for 10p (plus postage) we will send you the current issue (no.34). We also have a few no.33 and 32 (the first of the new generation). If you can sell it in your area or know a shop that will all the better!