[NY: Beelzebub Books, 1959].
Second printing of this softcore men's magazine flagrantly exploiting the then current beatnik phenomena. Published as Beelzebub Books No. 1. "An uncensored, unexpurgated expose of the 'BEAT GENERATION'." Sensational articles on the Beat phenomenon such as "Shook-up Shebas and Be-Bop Babes" and "Beat Broads Curiously Cavort." Includes a tour of the "Frisco Beatnik Beat," confessions of a "Beat chick's" escapades "On the Road," and much more. Profusely illustrated with mostly-staged photos of scantily-clad "Beat" women. Prints a brief excerpt from On the Road, and references to John Clellon Holmes and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. "Shocking! Shuddering! Sensational!---from Paris to San Francisco the 'Beat' Revel, Rebel, Revolt, and Renounce---'more daring than any fiction'." Fabulous early Beat-sleeze item. Very faint foxing to cover, 1-inch closed tear to back cover, else very good. Scarce.