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Mar.28.2012
My interview of S. Clay Wilson, which appeared in "The Comics Journal" in late 2008, has gone up on-line.  You can read it here:  http://www.tcj.com/the-s-clay-wilson-interview/ It begins: Author’s note:  A few months after this interview took place, Wilson sustained disabling brain...
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Jul.01.2009
1.)  On July 10, 6 -8 p.m., Electric Works gallery, 130 - 8th St., San Francisco, will be hosting an artists reception kicking off a six week display of original work by Bay Area cartoonists, including Mark and Vaughn Bode, Robert, Maxon and Ailine Kominsky-Crumb, Dan O'Neill, Red Room's own...
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Feb.23.2009
S. Clay Wilson, one of the most influential of the underground cartoonists of the late 1960s, sustained serious brain injuries from a fall or beating last November.  His recovery has been remarkable.  He can walk and speak and, most gratifyingly, his drawing skills and imagination are intact.  But...
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Oct.15.2008
Okay, for the 35 or so of you who checked-out my last blog, here's where to click to read an enticing portion of the interview in question.  Enjoy!!! http://www.tcj.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=917&Itemid=48
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Oct.12.2008
My interview of legendary underground cartoonist S. Clay Wilson, creator of The Checkered Demon, Ruby the Dyke, and Star-Eyed Stella, and the man who convinced Robert Crumb "You can do anything in a comic," is now available from discerning magazine vendors everywhere.  Ribald anecdotes,...
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Sep.11.2008
Faithful readers will recall the laugh we shared when my editor at The Comics Journal informed me that my upcoming interview of legendary underground cartoonist S. Clay Wilson had been credited ("inexplicably") by the Table of Contents to Michael Benson. So yesterday an agitated Wilson...
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Aug.31.2008
"Inexplicably," the editor of The Comics Journal e-mailed, "the Table of Contents for our next issue credits John Benson with your interview of S. Clay Wilson." He promised to call the printer, but it might be too late. I first submitted to the Journal 20 years ago. After...