Real Stuff: Death of a Junkie

"It was springtime in Seattle, and I was a newcomer. One afternoon I found myself at the Seattle Center, taking in the sights. I was standing at the base of the Space Needle, when I spotted a familiar face. It was Tim Gazaway, a casual acquaintance from my hometown of Boise, Idaho." -- From Real Stuff #3 (Fantagraphics, May 1991).






Read the other Real Stuff stories and listen to Mark's interview with Dennis Eichhorn here.






Read the other Real Stuff stories and listen to Mark's interview with Dennis Eichhorn here.

Published 3:25 pm Tue, Sep 17, 2013

About the Author

Dennis P. Eichhorn is an award-winning American writer best known for his adult-oriented autobiographical comic book series Real Stuff.

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