Neo-dada underground music and art magazine published by Smegmanagers: Torridzone Igloo (Alexander Hirka), Scarlatina Lust, Contributors were Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, Tod Jorgensen, disloKate Klammer, E.F.HiggingsIII, Joanne Mayhew-Young. One of the first montage-style punkzines. Includes some original drawings by Tuli Kupferberg (of the Fugs) etc., with collage and mail-art. The set is accompanied by a complete set of supplemental Smegma-related print productions consisting of: - A Supple Mint, nos. 1 (1978) through 3 (1980): [8; 12; 14 pages; 21,5x17,5 cm; photocopied with colour added by hand] ; - Smegma Calendars for 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982 ; [24 pages, 21,5x17,5 cm; 13 pages, 35,5x21,5cm; 13 pages, 35.5x21,5cm; 13 pages,12x10 cm]. The Calender pages each month done by other one of the contributors, with sheets of different colour per month. held together by metal rings to allow to turn the monthly pages (last page of 1980 detached from one ring, but otherwise intact). - eleven (11) Smegma flyers produced by Lust and Igloo between 1978 and 1981 to advertise forthcoming issues of the magazine ; as well as an - extra dis-bound copy of the Smegatronics "Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc and additional unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers (both also present as called for in issue no. 3 of the magazine). --Contributors were Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, Tod Jorgensen, disloKate Klammer, E.F.HiggingsIII, Joanne Mayhew-Young, a.o Rare. NOT in "In Numbers" and not in "Allen".