INS & OUTS PRESS

Eddie Woods and Jane Harvey launched their Ins & Outs postcards series in 1979. The b/w series, which shows works by artists who also contributed to Ins & Outs magazine at the time, immediately met with acclaim. And with good reason: Ira Cohen’s “Bandaged Poets” photos were published as Ins & Outs postcards (they were part of the larger Bandaged Poets project, a “living poem” which documented the making of masks of poets and artists by Caroline Gosselin). Other…
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Eddie Woods (NYC, 1940) is an American poet, prose writer, editor and publisher who lived and travelled in various parts of the world, both East and West, before eventually settling in Amsterdam, where in 1978 he started Ins & Outs magazine with Jane Harvey and two years later Ins & Outs Press with Jane Harvey and Henk van der Does. In 1981 Ins & Outs Press published his poetry compilation ‘Sale or Return’, which includes…
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Eddie Woods‘ ‘Tsunami of Love: A Poems Cycle’ consists of two long narrative poems, followed by four shorter ones, which taken together tell “the story of the rise and fall of an incredible love affair” (to quote from the blurb). The book was published in 2005…
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Ins & Outs magazine was initiated by Salah Harharah, who ran a travel agency from Amsterdam and wanted to model a monthly events periodical after London’s Time Out magazine. Eddie Woods and Jane Harvey, freshly arrived in Amsterdam from London, joined the editorial board in 1978 and put together three issues of the magazine that same year. But instead of the periodical for Amsterdam’s tourist trade that Harharah had in mind, Woods and Harvey turned…
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Natural Jewboy – subtitled ‘an epic wonder tale composed of stories, chants & rhapsodies, or an evening with the author’ – is a collection of prose and verse by William Levy published by Ins & Outs Press, Amsterdam in 1981.

William Levy (1939) developed into a spearhead of the European underground soon after he had left the US in 1966. As co-editor (with John Michell) of the controversial “Souvenir Programme for the Official…
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