Foreword, by Barbara Nessim: The following pages are a faithful reproduction of my 17th sketchbook, finished August 30, 1981. I have completed almost 100 books to date, and they are instrumental to... More > my creative process. My sketchbooks serve as an archive of imagery and ideas that inform my entire body of artwork. There are just 3 rules for these books: 1) must have beginning and end pages with dates 2) must work page after page 3) no page is torn out< Less
HUSBAND TO HOSTESS-A young man finds out his wife would rather have him helping with her catering business than being a bum at home. But what was a co-hostess? Illustrated. Quote Board. In the... More > Pink. CONTEMPORARY TV FICTION #17. 92 pages< Less
GOING ABROAD-A father goes abroad to visit his long lost son. His son is now modeling bikinis. What will Shelley's father do when he finds out? What any father would do no doubt! Quote Board. In... More > The Pink. TV FICTION CLASSICS #17. 64 pages< Less
PETTICOATS FOR PATRICK
Patrick's story of growing up with the many women who encouraged his feminization. From his mother who wanted a girl to the woman who wanted a maid to the girl that loved his... More > sweetness when in a dress.
Quote Board. In The Pink. Revised 2011
TRANSVESTIA FICTION #17.
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Issue 17 of SlotCarMAG features part 2 of Hub Habets article on guides. Plus an extraordinary McLaren M23 build by Niemas Racecars. The Ninco Karts are back in production. Andy Player remembers the... More > Thunderjet and there's a great home track build feature by Tim Busch< Less
17 Tips Project is a response to Brooklyn-based artist William Powhida’s work, "Tips for Artists Who Want to Sell (New and Unimproved)" (2010). Over the course of 17 weeks, artists... More > were given a weekly prompt based on one of Powhida’s original tips, culminating in a catalog and curated exhibition. The works included in the 17 Tips Project are diverse in media, including traditional 2D and 3D media, internet art, animated GIFs and video. The exhibition and catalog includes the work of 18 national and international artists.
WARNING: This project contains subject matter that some may not find suitable for all ages.< Less
Atari User Issue 17 is crammed full of features, software and hardware reviews.
For the Atari ST we look at the Megafile hard disk, review STAC (the ST adventure creator) and The Battle Of Britain.... More > Our popular ST Coin-op conversions series continues.
For the 8-bit we show you how to get the most out of DOS XE plus look at Hi-Tec software and the games they made.
Lots of reviews this issue for the 2600,7800, Lynx, Jaguar and Atari XL/XE plus all the regular features you've come to love and expect from Atari User!< Less