This issue features an in-depth (60 pages) profile of illustrator McClelland Barclay, and features scores of rare photos, original paintings, and reproductions of tearsheets from every phase of his career. Barclay is best known today for his glamorous women, and for his Fisher Body (GM) ads during the 1930s. Also in this issue, a profile of noted paperback illustrator Rudy Nappi, who began his career painting lurid and sensations "sexy digests" during the 50s. He later produced covers for the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys series, as well as literally thousands of other paperbacks in all genres. As always, this issue also features book reviews, exhibitions and events and more.