Co-evolution Quarterly, No. 29, Spring 1981 (used)
CoEvolution Quarterly first launched in 1974 with proceeds from the Whole Earth Catalog. It never relied on advertising dollars, so it was free to explore subject matters of all kinds. The publication's statement of purpose read: "We are dedicated to demystification, to self-teaching, and to encouraging people to think for themselves. Thus our Motto: 'access to tools and ideas'... We recommend rather than attack...we change with the times that we help change...We update ourselves continually...We're not a "political" magazine...We are deliberately eclectic."
This issue includes articles on photographer Robert Frank, comics by R. Crumb, computer slang, institutions, disintermediation, nuclear nightmares, Is Nature Really Motherly, homeopathy principles, civil service, Lighter than Rail, Army Ants in Colombia, education and solipsism, America in Space, Words of Power, & more.
Contributors include: R. Crumb, Michael Phillips, Paul Hawken, Alia Johnson, Eric Drexler, Bob Black, Sheila Benson, Art Kleiner, Margaret Conway, James Lovelock, W. Ford Doolittle, Bill Mollison, Dan O'Neill, Merdith Foyle, David Schuman & more.
This issue is in good shape, no tears, but some staining wear on front cover.