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Adam P. Knave is an Eisner and Harvey award winning editor and writer who has written fiction (CRAZY LITTLE THINGS, STRANGE ANGEL, and STAYS CRUNCHY IN MILK), comics (AMELIA COLE, ARTFUL DAGGERS, ACTION CATS, NEVER ENDING, DONG PATROL, stories in TITMOUSE MOOK vol 2, FIRESIDE MAGAZINE issue 1, and many more), and columns for sites such as thefootnote, TwoHeadedCat, Comics101, PopCultureShock, and MamaPop. He was also one of the editors of Image's POPGUN anthology as well as the editor for Jamal Igle's MOLLY DANGER and other comics.
Ever sit in a bar with a friend and talk about all the weird and messed up things that you have ever seen happen in bars? Well who hasn't? That is this book, only better because the author, unlike your friends, is a wonderful storyteller. AND the setting is New York where, let's face it, some pretty messed up things happen in bars. A light but satisfying read, great for after work with a beer. And you don't have to tip the bartender.
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