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     HOTCHA! was an underground magazine published by Urban Gwerder in Zürich 1968-1971, in total 61 issues. HOTCHA! was the first European member of UPS - Underground Press Syndicate. Later in 1988 Urban printed one commemorative HOTCHA! issue number 67/68.
     Every HOTCHA! issue is an original piece of art including authorized articles from many famous authors like Julian Beck, Franco Beltrametti, Hannes Bossert, Henryk Broder, Anton Bruhin, Robert Crumb, Nicolas Devil, Alain Dister, Ben Eagle, HR Giger, Sergius Golowin, Manuel Halpern, Xavier Koller, James Koller, Tuli Kupferberg, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Georges Mathieu, Fredi M. Murer, Antonholz Portmann, Ed Sanders, Gilbert Shelton, Gary Snyder, Olaf Stoop, Andre Thomkins, Alesch Vital, David Weiss, Max Wiederkehr, Anatol Wyss, Stefan Wittwer, Frank Zappa, Andreas Züst. (

hotcha! magazine Bob Dylan front cover
#47, October 1970

tarantula bootleg hot cha! Bob Dylan book
1971. Part of TARANTULA, by Bob Dylan: reproduction of the pages published in December 1970 by GEORGIA STRAIGHT, plus an extract of the Jann Wenner interview where Dylan mentions TARANTULA, and a brief commentary in German.



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