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Author  Story Title  Issue Date  Type  Comments
Farmer, Philip José  Only Who Can Make a Tree?: Parabolic Paramyth, A  1971 NOV  ss  has Riverworld ser. To Your Scattered Bodies Go(WOT 1965-66; fixup 1971; W-1972 HUG), The Fabulous Riverboat(IFS 1967-71; fixup 1971), The Dark Design(1977), The Magic Labyrinth(1980), Gods of Riverworld(1983), River of Eternity(1983), Coda(1993)
   Skinburn  1972 OCT  ss  Riverworld ser. also incl. novels Crossing the Dark River(1992), Up the Bright River(1993), colls. Riverworld and Other Stories(1979), Riverworld War(1980); anth. ser. Tales of Riverworld(1992), Quest to Riverworld(1993); see interview in AMZ 1984 NOV
   Freshman, The  1979 MAY  ss  has Wold Newton ser., Tarzan Alive(1972), Doc Savage(1973); novel The Unreasoning Mask(1981; N-1982 LOC); Dayworld seq., Dayworld(1985; N-1986 LOC), Dayworld Rebel((1987), Dayworld Breakup(1990); see website www.mindspring.com; W-2001 NEB, Grandmaster
   One Down, One to Go  1990 OCT  ss  has colls. Greatheart Silver(1982), The Grand Adventure(1984); novels Dark Is the Sun(1979; 1987), Doc Savage: Escape from Loki(1991), Red Orc's Rage(1991), The Caterpillar's Question(1992, w. Piers Anthony), Nothing Burns in Hell(1998)
Farris, Joseph  Cartoon  1981 JUN  ct  born in Newark, NJ, grew up in Danbury, CT; a staff sergeant with the 100th Infantry Division during WWII in France & Germany; studied at the Whitney School of Art(New Haven, CT) on the GI bill, majoring in painting
   Cartoon  1981 JUL  ct  sold his 1st cartoon to a religious mag. called Victorian("not knowing what the mag. was all about, had incl. in my submission a fairly sexy drawing"); sold 1st cartoon to NYM in the mid 1950s, became a staff cartoonist & contract artist about 1970
   Cartoon  1981 AUG  ct  a painter & sculptor, in the late 1960s he W-Emily Lowe Award & had a one-man show at Ward Eggleston Gallery(NYC); "unfortunately for me, Lowe & Ward had a disagreement the night of my opening & the gallery was forced to close"; cartoon career followed
   Cartoon  1981 NOV  ct  does cartoon illustration on assignment for many publications(incl. Barron's, Playboy, Penthouse, etc.), as well as book illustration & book jackets; has "done 2 covers for NYM & many for other publications such as Barron's, Industry Week, Today's Health"
   Cartoon  1982 JAN  ct  has 1st coll. of cartoons, U.F.O. Ho-Ho(1968); book of humor, Phobias and Therapies(1977); cartoon anth. with Bill Tidy: Pilgrim's Regress: Cartoons from the Critic(1979), which incl. cartoons by Tidy, Farris, Sidney Harris, Rodrigues, & Charles Healy
   Cartoon  1982 FEB  ct  did a feature cartoon, 'FarrisWheel,' in the 1970s for the Chicago Tribune Syndicate, & a pantomime feature, 'Phipps,' for NEA from 1989-1992
   Cartoon  1982 MAY  ct  see Farris' entry in Bill Janocha(ed): The National Cartoonists Society Album 1996: Fiftieth Anniversary Edition(1996); see some of his cartoons at www.impolitic.com/farris.htm
   Cartoon: Mythical Family of Four  1982 JUN  ct  has cartoon coll. Money Inc.(2001)
   Cartoon  1982 AUG  ct  Farris W-2002 STO, for Lifetime Achievement
   Cartoon  1982 SEP  ct  Farris: "Three or four years ago (c. 1998) I started painting seriously again, although throughout the years I did paint but not as seriously as now. ... I paint in acrylic, which I prefer to the oils I used to use, since I like the rapid drying time."
   Cartoon: Salad Bar  1982 NOV  ct  "I'm now working on a new series of paintings & am in the process of finding a good gallery ... I've gone thru many styles ... (& am now doing) quite an original approach. A friend described them as mystical so perhaps mystical expressionism might do."
   Cartoon  1982 DEC  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 MAR  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 APR  ct 
   Cartoon: Seal of Approval  1983 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 JUL  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 NOV  ct 
   Cartoon  1983 DEC  ct 
   Cartoon  1984 APR  ct 
   Cartoon  1984 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon: Al's Star  1984 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1984 NOV  ct 
   Cartoon  1985 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon  1985 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon  1985 JUN  ct 
   Cartoon  1985 AUG  ct 
   Cartoon  1985 OCT  ct 
   Cartoon  1985 NOV  ct 
   Cartoon  1986 JAN  ct 
   Cartoon: US Mail  1986 JUN  ct 
   Cartoon: Reality—Fantasy  1986 JUL  ct 
   Cartoon: Bus Stop  1986 AUG  ct 
   Cartoon  1986 SEP  ct 
   Cartoon  1986 NOV  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 FEB  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 MAR  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 APR  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon  1987 OCT  ct 
   Cartoon: Design Dept.  1987 DEC  ct 
   Cartoon  1988 MAR  ct 
   Cartoon: Women Who Love Too Much Bar & Grill  1988 APR  ct 
   Cartoon  1988 MAY  ct 
   Cartoon  1988 JUL  ct 

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