I’m very grateful to the Village Voice. They discussed or at least mentioned me or Unmuzzled OX some dozen times. I was briefly their junior art critic; David Bourdon was the senior critic. (By the time of his death David was my closest friend.) The Voice even published my only cartoon! Oddly enough, when Reagan was elected president and the NEA was ordered to exclude Unmuzzled OX, Artists Space, Franklin Furnace, etc., the info was leaked to the Village Voice -- but I refused to read the articles! By that time I was angry at them for their handling of my art criticism. And they were no longer writing me up. I retaliated by boycotting the paper for at least ten years. That taught them a lesson. And me too.