Here’s a poster I did for the organization trying to save the famous Paul Conrad sculpture, Chain Reaction, from being demolished by egghead bureaucrats and thin-lipped shitheads in Santa Monica. You can read all about it and make a donation here. Dig it.
Here’s the illustration that I did this week for the Chris Hedges piece over on Truthdig about a new documentary that portrays Julian Assange and Bradley Manning as pathetic, self-serving outlaws.
I will be at the Bluestockings Bookstore (172 Allen Street, NY) on Thursday night at 7 p.m. reading erotica from my personal journals recounting my deliriously abusive relationship with both Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen in the early 1940s, when gentlemen wore hats, radio was king and everybody had the clap. Hope to see you there.
And don’t forget that Mr. Fish will be playing the part of Dwayne Booth and talking jive at this year’s LA Times Festival of Books, on Saturday afternoon at Hoffman Hall at USC:
||The Role of the Political Cartoon
Victor S. Navasky
|Moderator: Robert Scheer
Mr. Fish will also be signing copies of his book, Go Fish: How to Win Contempt and Influence People, and signing prints at the Revolution Books booth from 1pm to 2pm on the very same day. Come and meet a superstar and walk away shaking your head in awe because he’s so frigging down to earth and, I don’t know, real.