Exploring The Limits Of Free Expression

Alternative Biannual Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1990-2005
- For movie fans there are some interesting articles on Clive Barker, Stephen King and more.
- Fascinating reading.
- Founder/Editor-in-Chief: Barry Hoffman.
- Published twice a year in November and May. 180 black and white A5 pages.
- Website:

Last updated:
8 December 2017
(see recent updates)
Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 All GALLERIES: 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 All

Issue 3
Assorted Short Takes
Trial by Media - Melinda McAdams
Accused Rapists Do Not Have the Right to Anonymity - Natalie Latorre
In God's Name - Barbara L. Delhotal
Burning Issue - Lamark Waldron & Ted Boonthanakit (comic)
Profiles in Courage: Bill Baird - Harvey Wood
Right To Life Game - Trina Robbins (comic)
Political and Corporate Censorship in the Land of the Free - John Shirley
Boy Scouts and Freedom From Religion - Donna Bocian
Desert Storm Confidential - Ed Cafasso
Disgrace Behind the Glory - Leigh Roche
Female War Resistor Stands Her Ground - Aaron Nauth
Fired for Peace - Joe Reedy
Update from Broward County: 2 Live Crew - Deborah Wilker
2 Live Crew: The Double Standard is Alive and Well in the Nineties - Trina Robbins with Carol Leigh
Father Pfleger: Round 2 - Donna Bocian RETROSPECTIVES
Lenny Bruce is Dead - Harlan Ellison
Lenny and Andre - Allen Sonnenschein
William M. Gaines Interview - Stephen Ringgenberg
Gauntlet Bob - Russ Miller (comic intro)
Political Correctness: Getting There - Allan Sonnenschein
Politically Correct and Unrepentant - William Rose
Top Ten 'PC' Media Mouths - Teri Wingender
Disturbing Images: Cartoonist John Callahan - Mike Baker
P.C. Retrofix - Rex Miller
Rex's House Dictionary (sidebar) - Rex Miller
Political Correct Bashing - Sleeping With the Enemy - John Ames
Beware of the Proselytizing Vegetarians - John Sutherland
Your 'PC' Quotient - Richard Dominick
When Is a Joke A Slur - Hill McIntosh
Contradictions - Darryl Hattenhauer
1991 Most/Least Politically Correct - Bill Paige
America: A Great Place to Raise Your Kids - Ken Rand
More Heat Than Light - Wayne R. Smith & B.J. Barnes (comic)
From Lip Service to Forked Tongue - Teri Wingender
The 'Rap' of PC - Patrick Lawless
My Dinner With the Politically Correct - Richard Dominick
Show Us You're Nuts - Duane Swierczynski
Hey, I Gotta You 'PC'...Right Here! - Thomas F. Monteleone
Finding The Cost of Freedom - Kate Worley
Watching the Media Watcher - Harvey Pekar
'...There's A Way' Remembering Dori Seda - Leslie Sternbergh
Of Nice and Men - Russ Miller (text and comic)
Interview with Joe Coleman - Carlo McCormick
Freakbabies - Nancy A. Collins
Love Is Where You Buy It - Brian Hodge
Pelts - F. Paul Wilson, comic-strip adaptation by Russ Miller
Hester - Dave Swartout
Objects - Ron Leming
The Limits of Fantasy - Ramsey Campbell
Monsters - Jay Owens
The Process - Steve Rasnic Tem
Blind Hatred - Oliver Zschenker
Death at Eleven - Elizabeth Massie
Lines From a Diary - Trina Robbins
Vampire - Richard Christian Matheson
Laugh Track - Brian Riordan
Flesh Eating Muthas - James Kisner
Lyrics of Abuse Find Audience - Steve Lopez
Censor N.W.A.? Give Me A Break - Dave Marsh
The Tupelo Ayatollah - Skipp Porteous
Standing Up Against Censors (sidebar) - Skipp Porteous
San Francisco vs. Basic Instinct - Rebecka Wright
It Must Be The Camera - Stan Higgins
Top Ten Censorship Stories of 1991 - John Rosenman
King's Critics: A Reader's Smorgasbord - Michael R. Collins
Cherie Gaulke: Performance Artist Under Attack - William Relling, Jr.
The Shameful Enforcement of Video Chastity - Joseph P. Cunningham
Censor Me, Please! - Adam Alexander
A Challenge to the Media - W. Wilson Goode
House of Fiction - Tom McDonald
Taboo Text - Linda Marotta
Behind the Mask: Non-Fiction Reviews - Matthew J. Costello

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