The Crumb Brothers on Treasure Island (by Maxon Crumb)

Robert's brother, Maxon, reflects on their childhood fascination with Treasure Island, and the inspiration for Robert's famed Treasure Island Days story. Robert, Charles & Maxon Crumb Charles / painful
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Crumb on Racism

CRUMB INTERVIEW, Oct 2015 This exclusive interview was conducted by phone between publisher Alex Wood and Robert Crumb in October 2015. Alex asks Crumb about issues including the presence of stereotypes in his work. ALEX:
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Why I Can't Visit Sydney

In an open letter, Robert Crumb explains what forced him to cancel his 2011 trip to Australia. From The Sydney Morning Herald, Aug 13, 2011 Weeks ago, I was interviewed by a journalist named Charles Purcell for the 
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Crumb on Sexual Harassment

Crumb's comments compiled by Alex Wood. This interview was conducted in early December of 2017. Alex:  I was sent a letter that you had written someone in 1980. It was written when you were living in Winters,
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Letter to Viking Press, 1968

We have unearthed the following letter which Crumb wrote to Viking Press, regarding the Head Comix book project, sometime in 1968. It is in Crumb's distinctive, hand-lettered script. The letter was originally sent to William Cole, who
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ROUGHING IT (EARLY 70s)

Crumb and Dana attempt life and "free love" in a California cabin in the early '70s, and Robert expounds on the demise of underground comix.  (This article originally appeared in The Complete Crumb Comics - Volume 7 (1991,
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DEALING WITH REALITY (1972-73)

Crumb looks back at his work in 1972-73, his obsession with old music, and performing with the Cheap Suit Serenaders. REFLECTIONS ON WORK & FAME  Oh God, oh geez.. 1972-’73… the time period of this book
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"HEY, I'M STILL HERE"

A discussion between artist Robert Crumb and Wildwood Serigraphs' Alex Wood, July 2010 EARLY vs. LATER WORK Alex : It seems the readers who read and appreciated your early stuff, the majority of them,
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MINDS ARE MADE TO BE BLOWN (1966-67)

Crumb on LSD, the creation of his most famous characters, and his move to San Francisco in 1967 ... So, it's early in the year 1966. I'm 22 years old and I have no idea what I'm doing.
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Robert Crumb Biography

Highlights of Robert Crumb's Life. This biography was written by Alexander Wood and was edited by Robert Crumb. All artwork is © Robert Crumb. 
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Reilly Interviews Crumb

An interview between Robert Crumb and Rcrumb.com marketing specialist, Reilly Birkett Reilly: Hi! This is Reilly.  Robert: Yeah. I knew you were going to call.  Reilly: Alex told me to call at four PM
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