Earl Kemp  

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Earl Kemp (born 1929) is an American publisher of science fiction fanzines and "sleazy" erotic paperbacks. In a classic example of détournement, Earl Kemp published an illustrated edition of Report of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography (1970) for Greenleaf Publishing and subsequently served a one year prison sentence for doing so.

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