Real People, Real Stories (page 3)

On this page are strips from series I created for other publications. For Modern Maturity I reported on the lives of people over 55 years old. The New York Times strips ran in the paper's suburban sections. "A 9/11 Nurse's Tale" took place in a hospital within helicopter range of the World Trade Center where the staff had been alerted to prepare for survivors—who never arrived. Meanwhile, in the maternity ward, babies were being born as usual. Guerrilla Graphics is from my series in Print magazine called Behind The Lines. Some of the interviews took place in Burma and Thailand. Order copies of these strips as on the previous pages. (Please note that, once you've clicked on the magnifying glass to see the full strip, many on this page will have an asterisk on the upper right that you can click on to enlarge further.) stan@stanmack.com


A 9/11 NURSE'S TALE -3

The New York Times 2001

...BUT THE BABKA LINGERS ON -3

Modern Maturity magazine 1995


UNLEASHED -3

The New York Times 2000

FRED AND GINGER -3

Modern Maturity magazine 1995


IN PLAIN SIGHT -3

The New York Times 2001

CIRCUMVENTING CIRCUMCISION -3

Guilt & Pleasure magazine


1980 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION -3

Columbia Journalism Review

HOW AMERICAN EATS -3

Bon Appetit magazine 2001


MULE'S DINER, MURRAY -3

The National Lampoon magazine 1975

MULE'S DINER, MR. DOBBS -3

The National Lampoon magazine 1973


GUERRILLA GRAPHICS-BURMA

Print magazine 1997

THE MOVE

The New York Times Book Review


MULES DINER, TURKEYS & BEES

The National Lampoon magazine 1973

THE SIDEWALK

The New York Times 2000


VIRTUALLY COMMITTED

The New York Times 2000


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