Day

December 1, 2012

this paper is a poem…

By Delores Hanney Singing with the promise of passion, these five simple words composed the opening sentence of the Free Venice Beachhead’s inaugural issue, of which 10,000 copies were let loose upon the realm on December 1, 1968.   It was the golden age of the “underground” press, those years of love-ins, groovy music, psychedelics...

Poetry

Poetry: come see me, please – by Aryn Youngless To Forget for the Moment – by Gabriel Johnson A Good Mother (for my friend, Kitty) – by Mary Getlein Grunt – by Suzanne Vidal Oily Verbiage, a found poem from the PXP Hydraulic Fracturing Study – by Lynn Bronstein A Haiku Concerning the Concerning Silence...

Dear Beachhead Readers

We just wanted to reach out as the end of the year is almost here, and if you’re looking for things to donate to, please consider The Free Venice Beachhead. So many people came up and told us how much they love the Beachhead at the Abbot Kinney Festival, and so many people around the...
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