Contents: 1. Kate Millett reads from a new book (to be published in about a year) entitled The Basement: Meditations on a Case of Human Sacrifice, at the San Francisco International Poetry Festival, about a young woman tortured and killed for sex (November 5, 1978). 2. Exhortation to march at the Feminist Perspectives on Pornography Conference, held in San Francisco, November 17-19, 1978 (Same conference as AZ1072). Andrea Dworkin is introduced by moderator for the day Lilia Medina. Dworkin is the author of "Woman Hating" and "Our Blood", and is working on a book about pornography to be published in 1981 by Anchor Doubleday (November 18, 1978). Dworkin speaks to a live audience. 3. Actuality of "Take Back The Night" march chants, and interviews during march in San Francisco. 4. Holly Near sings "Fight Back."
Dworkin's speech here is identical to the one on KZ0890.
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