from #104, October 1972
Nanny Dickering looked different depending on who drew her, it wasn't until Bill Ward made her one of the dolled-up women that was his trademark (and that which he signed his real name to) that she beared the likeness that everyone drew thereafter.
from #90, January 1971
How an Unknown Songwriter Once Saved Townes Van Zandt's Life - A lot of lore surrounds the brief but colorful career of Townes Van Zandt, the gifted songwriter who died in 1997 from a heart attack at age 52, with muc...
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