Urban Animals: A Comic Field Guide

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Arcade Publishing, 2008 - Humor - 147 pages
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A whimsical assortment of human personality profiles likened to predatory creatures is an illustrated tribute to such "urban animals" as Every Mother's Worst Nightmare, That Young Literary Guy, and The Condescending Vegetarian. Original.

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Contents

THE SYCOPHANTIC WAITER
11
THE CONDESCENDING VEGETARIAN
25
MONSIEUR JAZZ
39
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Mireille Silcoff is the editor-in-chief of "Guilt & Pleasure Quarterly," a review of new Jewish writing and ideas, and a lead columnist for the "National Post." She is the founder of a string of discussion salons now active in several American and Canadian cities. She is the recipient of two National Magazine Awards, and her books include "Rave America" and "The Book of E," a cultural history of the recreational drug Ecstasy.
Kagan McLeod is a Toronto-based illustrator whose work has been published in "Toro," "Toronto Life," "Mad," and "New York "magazine, and most frequently the "National Post." His martial arts-themed graphic novel "Infinite Kung fu" is scheduled for release in 2007, and he has recently contributed to Tommy Boy Films' kung fu DVD series "Kung Faux.

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