Gobs, David actually preferred the Eastern European pronunciation of his name, Voy-na-ro-vitch, but gave up on that early on and settled for War-na-ro-vitch.
Tonya, interesting the Didion connection, as that "Lady Of The Canyon" and the L. A. connection influenced prominently in the late '70s mostly through my friends and those I had come into contact with such as Tomato Du Plenty, Exene, Chuck E. Weiss etc. and I spent an unusual amount of time there. Understand that Los Angeles was a
very different place back then.
I also remember David and I going to the Joseph Beuys retrospective at the Guggenheim (?) and being so totally blown away we went back two or three times.