That’s enough of this nonsense!

No, there can never be enough.

So grab this gem while you can… an anthology of nonsense in all its merry infestations, from subtle emanations to cartoon lunacy. Packed with stories, songs, art, & poetry by these inspired misfits: Mark Axelrod, Tom Barrett, Angie Brenner, Ken Brown, Norman Conquest, Caroline Crépiat, Haley Dahl, Farewell Debut, Paul Forristal, Ryan Forsythe, Penelope Goddard, Jean-Jacques Grandville, Simon Hanes, Rhys Hughes, Alexei Kalinchuk, KKUURRTT, Rick Krieger, David Moscovich, Jason E. Rolfe, Paul Rosheim, Bob Rucker, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Doug Skinner, Terry Southern, Yuriy Tarnawsky, Tom Whalen, & Carla M. Wilson.

ORDER YOUR COPY ON AMAZON NOW

Green is the New Black!…

…The new Black Scat book that is. THE BOOK WITH THE GREEN COVER.

Catchy title, eh?

This is my collection of verbo-visual treats — featuring freaked-up posters, charts, mock book & magazine covers, rectified readymades, typographic diversions, found novels, and other delicious detritus.

It’s profusely illustrated in FLAMING FULL COLOUR which really makes the pictures pop out.

So what are you waiting for? Grab a copy on Amazon. You’ll be glad you did and so will I.

 

Ten years in the making….

OK, it wasn’t ten years, but it sure feels like ten years. I had to pester and prod 40+ contributors and — despite having flunked math — that’s  a lot of people. Then, of course, I had to try and cram in all human knowledge into 116 pages — no easy task, take my word for it. Not to mention a boatload of illustrations. All this material was piled sky-high on my desk and i had to sort through it all and ALPHABETIZE the entries!  Imagine what a chore that was. But that was just the beginning…the goddamn thing had to be placed in the layout and made to look like it all made sense — had an inherent structure, justified typography, and cross references — even freaking footnotes!!

It should all have been proofread, too, but I didn’t have the time for that, thank you very much.

If anybody asks  if you’d like to edit an encyclopedia…tell them to go to hell.

Oh, but don’t get me wrong…this is a book you’ll surely want to own and give as a gift. Heck, what better gift  than the gift of knowledge, right?

You can order the book as we speak at this LINK …  tell ’em Norman sent you.

On second thought, tell them Diderot.  (Look him up.)