As promised last month, this issue
of PBT focuses on women's culture. Our
readers responded to this topic with
artwork, poetry and short stories, as
well as commentaries on women's culture
and the views of women artists. This
month's magazine, with many of those
submissions and our Meg Christian interview, hopes to open more discussion on
the development of women's culture.
Although I live way out here in
New Mexico, after the review of your
publication I read in Lesbian Connection, I would like very much to receive
After living most of my life back
east in New England, I have become a
permanent transplant to the southwest.
And working with the Indian people as
I do, I find every day more interesting
than the previous. After 3^ years here,
that has not changed.
But I sure do miss the large gay
Love & Peace,
To my sisters,
I am writing to you to have you
place my name on your women prisoners' subscription list, which I
understand is free.
I'd also like to know if you
could help me find a sister I can
write to and possibly create a
relationship with after I get out.
Rt. 7 Box 1
We're happy to welcome you as
a new reader. I hope you'll feel
free to use PBT as a vehicle if you
have any experiences, or whatever,
you'd like to share in print.
As for pen pals, we hear there
is a lesbian publication devoted
specifically to that. It's The
Wishing Well, P.O. Box 1711, Santa
95403, and it's $5 for
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the opinions of the PBT Staff.
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Next Deadline June 10, 1976
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