Los Angeles [later Venice, CA]: Everywoman, 1970-1972. First Edition. Later published with the banner "Every woman is our sister," this California-based periodical was founded by Movement members Ann Forfreedom and housewife Verda One. The first issue, which was published May 8, 1970, commemorates Mother's Day with the heading "Happy Mother's Day / Fight for Abortion!" Among the recurring columns are "Manglish," a glossary of words with sexist implications ("Hysterical," for example); and Forfreedom's biographical column "Herstory." Contents include poetry by Judy Grahn and two interviews with Anais Nin. 32 issues, varying formats (approx. 28-45cm.); illus. Tabloid issues with horizontal fold line as usual, some light toning, else a Fine collection. Color printing introduced in issue no. 5.