Tuesday, October 21, 2008


In 1983, I was a contributing writer for DOLLS magazine and in the summer issue I wrote a story about the Sasha dolls. Soon after the story appeared I received a delightful note from Sara Doggart thanking me for the article. It was the first Sasha story published in DOLLS.
By that year, the Sasha dolls had been through many changes both in production and acceptance by the public.
In that same issue of DOLLS there were ads for the new KILTIE doll with retail prices ranging from $140 to $125.
Only ten years earlier, Sashas generally sold for about $20 in most shops.

This is the DOLLS story. If you click on the image you can see a larger version. If you would like a printable version just drop me a note at