Issue #13 (December 1974) of the collectively-edited publication from the feminist back-to-the-land commune Country Women in Albion, CA on the Mendocino coast. In at least 33 issues published through 1979, Country Women featured articles on feminist shared experience, practical how-to tips on country living (animal raising, carpentry, farming) and published poetry, songs and drawings by contributors from around the country. Each issue usually focused on a theme, plus practical articles.
This issue's theme was "Natural Cycles" and includes articles on biorhythms, body rhythms, moon cycles, depressions, myths of menstruation, a report on the Country Women Festivals, and more. Practical articles include natural childbirth, veterinary medicine, self defense, wood chopping, gardening, rabbits, and others. Item #1037.
Condition: Very Good, .5" x .75" areas of ghosting from mailing tape on front and back covers, light dent to top of spine, visible on some interior pages; hand addressed to recipient on back cover with cancelled stamps noting Albion, CA; toning to interior newsprint pages as is common.