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Esquire magazine - Donna Air cover (April 1999)
Good condition - light wear throughout
GEORGE GRAHAM - 6 pages
GEORGIA MACKENZIE - 2 pages
OSAMA BIN LADEN - He's the West's worst nightmare: a freelance terrorist with the resources of a state. At the time of going to press, he'd gone AWOL: at large with his soldiers and a £3 million price on his head. Before he disappeared, Esquire tracked him down...
KURT COBAIN - In July 1993, Esquire's Amy Raphael was in New York to meet Nirvana. At 1.30am there was a knock at her hotel room door; it was Kurt Cobain. Now, on the fifth anniversary of his death, she replays the interview she recorded that night, and is shocked to hear how much it sounds like a prophecy of his suicide...
ZOE ALPASS - 2 pages
MARTIN BRUNDLE - 5 pages
DONNA AIR - 1 page
ANGELA GRIFFIN - 1 page
LINDA HARDY - 1 page
LISA FAULKNER - 1 page
MATT GROENING talks to Esquire about his latest animated masterpiece, Futurama