Publications

Magazines

ARK 24
Autumn 1959. Advert for London Press Exchange

ARK 28
Autumn 1961. Advert for George Rowney & Co. Photographed standing in front of three of her portraits, whereabouts now unknown

ARK 33
Autumn 1962. “It’s Magic” article. Photographed by Geoff Reeve

SCENE
November 1962

VOGUE
January 1963. “2 POP People”

MEN ONLY
March 1963. “Pauline Goes POP”. Photographed by John Aston

MEN ONLY
April 1964. “The two worlds of Pauline Boty”. Photographed by Michael Ward

VOGUE
September 1964. “Living Doll” interview with Nell Dunn. Photographed by David Bailey

MEN ONLY
November 1964. Cover image with early version of With Love to Jean-Paul Belmondo. Photographed by Michael Ward

TIT BITS
1965. “Pauline has a contract to thrill”. Photographed by Michael Ward

Books

GOODBYE BABY & AMEN
1969, David Bailey and Peter Evans. Condé Nast Publications, London and Coward-McCann, New York

TALKING TO WOMEN
1965, Nell Dunn. MacGibbon & Kee. Reprinted by Silver Press in 2018 [link]

Press articles and reviews

“PAULINE GOSPEL”
Architects Journal, 22 January, 1959
Report of Anti-Ugly Action demonstration

“OF ALL THINGS SHE IS SECRETARY OF THE ANTI UGLIES!”
Daily Express, March 16, 1959
William Hickey on Boty and the Anti-Ugly Action

“BOTY, BLAKE, PORTER, REEVE”
The Arts Review, December 16–30, 1961

“AT THE GALLERIES: SCHOOL OF SATIRE”
The Observer, December 17, 1961

“MORE IRREVERENCE THAN WIT”
The Times, December 21, 1961

“FIRST SHOW”
Evening Standard, December 23, 1961
Reviews of “Blake, Boty, Porter, Reeve” exhibition at the AIA Gallery

“MONITOR: POP ART – WHIMSICAL AND IMPUDENT”
Radio Times, March 22, 1962
Preview of “Pop Goes the Easel”

“A NEW STAR MAY BE BORN”
Unknown paper, July 1962
Preview of “North City Traffic Straight Ahead”

“BRILLIANT GLIMPSE OF A P OTENTIAL PLAY”
The Times, May 15, 1963
Review of “Day of the Prince”

“PAULINE, THE THREE CAREER GIRL”
Evening Standard, August 2, 1963

“MISS PAULINE BOTY’S NEW PAINTINGS”
The Times, September 21, 1963
Review of solo exhibition at the Grabowski Gallery

“CONTRACT TO THRILL” PREVIEW
Radio Times, April 29, 1965

Poetry

GONE LADIES: FOR PAULINE BOTY
Poster poem by Christopher Logue. Design by Ian Cameron

GONE LADIES: FOR PAULINE BOTY
Poem by Christopher Logue with sheet music by Wallace Southam. Design by Derek Boshier