We move into 1963 and Wendell discusses book buying and admits he has a problem (the first step to kicking the habit). Also, we get an inside glimpse into his publishing short and humorous pieces. What makes a piece funny and what magazines (in the early '60s) were looking for.
The pastel above is a Wendell original, hanging in my condo. Not sure what year he did it, but it was one of his later works.
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Phew -- those editors were almost too honest! Glad Dad could take the rejects with a sense of humor! Interesting look at his book buying strategies. Thanks for posting, Dell.
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