Appearing in SFQ 1965, this is an adaption of William Wordsworth’s famous 1807 poem, “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.”
This drawing uses block bubble letters and psychedelic sketches, reading “LOVE FOR SALE / His handicap is his mouth / His beauty is his absence / He is an odor beneath the floor / IS SHE REAL”. The poem below the drawing comments on the pressures of being a young creative. SFQ, 1966.
A poignant poem illustrating the bittersweetness of goodbyes. Below, the 1974 SFQ masthead.
An ode to the city and the statue overlooking the skyline, which was published in SFQ 1974.