Ebert: “I got a jolt” from my Esquire portrait, but…

Chicago Sun-Times
“I am not a lovely sight, and in a moment I thought, well, what the hell. It’s just as well it’s out there. That’s how I look, after all,” writes Roger Ebert. “Running it that big was good journalism. It made you want to read the article.” Chris Jones‘ piece, he says, was well written. “He’s good. You sense the person there. He’s not holding his subjects at arm’s length.” || Tim McGuire: “Jones is a master of creating intimacy without being maudlin.”

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