Issue#5 Front Cover

Rag‘n’Rock Issue#5

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The fifth edition of the interstellar gazette, now square & in glorious RASTAVISION !!!

48 full-colour pages of mind-blowing next-level content, to light your way to a future ‘they’ don’t want us to know about…

Highlights include a conversation with Mr. Robert Steele, former spy and honorary O/S hacker and Ambassidor Ehani’s encounters with advanced extra-terrestrial civilizations in the Andromeda galaxy.

May/Spring 2015. 48 pp, illustrated, 210 x 210mm

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Product Description

The fifth edition of the interstellar gazette, now square & in glorious RASTAVISION !!!

48 full-colour pages of mind-blowing next-level content, to light your way to a future ‘they’ don’t want us to know about…

Issue#5 highlights include an exclusive conversation with Mr. Robert Steele, former spy, honorary hacker, intelligence reformer and persistent champion of Open Source Everything, and Ambassidor Ehani’s impressions and illustrations detailing encounters with advanced extra-terrestrial civilizations in the Andromeda galaxy.

Contents:

Artwork by Antonia Perez | from Auspicious Songs for Pentachord. by Tamas Panitz | Dispatches from the Cosmic Council by Ambassidor Ehani | Dear Earthlings by Zelda Kedourie | Collage by Alexia Mills | Geometric Instrument by Max Hamel | 5 by Reactor Reed | World Brain II.O Interview with Mr. Robert David “Vivas” Steele | Diagram Depicting a Holistic Approach to Education by H.G. Wells | Pent-a-Gon by Sgt. Oscar Peter Anthony | Artwork by Eve Jameson | Kozmourgos | Landlocked by Amanda Daisy Lees | Masthead

Published by Rag’n‘Rock, May/Spring 2015.

Print run of 500. Printed on recycled paper.

48 pp, illustrated, 210 x 210mm

UK: £5.00

Europe: 7.50 €

US: $10.00

Additional Information

Weight .24 kg
Dimensions 21 x 21 x 2 cm

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