I am finding other items from The Pig Paper, which are non-edition specific. As I receive or find, I will post. Here are a few items. Thanks, Gary, for sending me these! Advertisements
Publication date unknown. This is a photocopy of August 1975 correspondence from Gary Pig Gold to Doug “Rock Serling” Pelton.
This issue of the Pig Paper came out in April 1977 and was a Kinks appreciation issue. This issue sees Edgar Breau expressing his love for the Kinks. The “True Kink Konfessions” of Simply Saucer’s Edgar Breau, distributed free-of-charge to concert-goers when The Kinks played Maple Leaf Gardens […]
This was a follow up to the Who issue and came out in October 1976 almost a year later. A small literary “coda” and update on The Who, inserted into reprints of Pig Paper 1 and again sold outside Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens when the band returned there […]
The Pig Paper was Canada’s very first self-published music fanzine, and for twelve years reported not only on the birth of that country’s independent music scene, but came to exemplify and epitomize the very DIY ethic itself. Beginning life in the early Seventies as record-hunting correspondence between founder/publisher […]