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Glenn Head: Day Three

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Glenn Head was born in 1958 in Morristown, New Jersey, and began drawing comics when he was fourteen. His work has appeared in many places—from The Wall Street Journal to Screw. From 2005 to 2010 Glenn edited and contributed to the Harvey- and Eisner-nominated anthology Hotwire. Over the past six years, Glenn created his graphic epic memoir, Chicago, out soon.


4 Responses to Glenn Head: Day Three

  1. R. Fiore says:

    If you’re going to compare your standard of living with the original underground you have to take into consideration how much lower the bohemian cost of living in San Francisco was in those days. The margin might not be as wide as you think.

  2. Groth says:

    I know Crumb saw his personal trainer once a week in the Haight. Didn’t have as many issues with his Ferrari, though.

  3. Ant says:

    Is this a but on, or is Mr. head really a part of “the moneyed classes?”
    Anyway really enjoying these as I always have Mr. Head’s work.

  4. Ant says:

    “Put on”. Damned IPad keyboards.
    Can’t wait for the Chicago book, either.

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