A Letter From The Publisher, Oct. 4, 1971

THOUGH it lacks something in literary style and narrative flow, the masthead appearing on this page does have an audience; Playwright William Saroyan even had a character in his comedy Love's Old Sweet Song recite it while trying to sell a subscription. Over the years, one name in particular has drawn inquiries, like the letter from a Wisconsin reader who wrote: "I'd sure like to see your cable desk people, including that fine ink-in-the-veins pro, Minnie Magazine. Come on now, this isn't really one of your gang?"

In fact, Minnie Magazine—who believes that her...

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