From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Ralph Ginzburg (October 28, 1929 – July 6, 2006) was an American publisher, author, editor, and photo-journalist. He was best known for publishing books and magazines on erotica and art and for his conviction in 1963 for violating United States obscenity laws.
List of publications
- Eros published by __ , New York, NY (Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, 1962)
- Moneysworth published by __
- Fact published by __, (Vol. I-IV, Jan. 1964 to Aug. 1967)
- Avant Garde published by
- An Unhurried View of Erotica by Ralph Ginzburg; introduction by Theodor Reik; preface by George Jean Nathan (New York: Helmsman Press, 1958)
- 100 Years of Lynchings edited by Ralph Ginzburg (New York: Lancer Books, 1962; Baltimore, MD:, 1988, cancelled ISBN 0-933121-18-0
- The Housewife's Handbook on Selective Promiscuity by Rey Anthony (real name Maxine Sanini), published by Ralph Ginzberg (New York Documentary Books, 1962. This book has no ISBN because it was banned by order of the court; this order has never been lifted).
- Eros on Trial: "A Portfolio of The Most Beautiful Art From Eros" by Ralph Ginzburg (New York: Book Division of Fact Magazine, 1966)
- The Best of Fact edited by Ralph Ginzburg and Warren Boroson (New York: Trident Press, 1967)
- Castrated: My Eight Months in Prison (New York: Avant-Garde Books, 1973, ISBN 0-913568-00-7)
- I Shot New York, photographs by Ralph Ginzburg; foreword by George Plimpton; captions by Shoshana Ginzburg (New York: Harry Abrams, 1999, ISBN 0-8109-6367-1)