“On Tuesday, I was a respected civil trial lawyer making six-figures. On Wednesday I woke up handcuffed to a hospital bed charged with attempted murder…and then it got worse.”
If that doesn’t grab your attention, then I’m not sure what will. This week’s book is Straight Pepper Diet: A Memoir, by Joseph W. Naus; it’s his first book and the subject matter is heavy. Sex and alcohol addiction, black-out drunk episodes, and felonies, just to get you started. It is the (true) story of walking the line, and finding yourself on the wrong side of it, all alone, with no safety net. In this space, only you yourself can begin the long trek back to sanity–to living. And only if you choose to. Thank God … READ THE REST AT http://www.visionsandvibez.com/index.html
Topo is an artist from the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California whose black ink drawings were featured in Mohawk Bend’s inaugural event series Artists Worth Celebrating. He is often seen at local bars and watering holes drawing in note books while he enjoys a pint or two. He has amassed a large collection of drawings which he uses to illustrate very dirty limericks and the juxtaposition of his images with these crude limericks not only offers a subversive edge but humor as well.
KM Publishing is very excited to announce that a book of Topo’s Limericks distilled from nine volumes of drawings is in the works for release in spring 2017. For a preview of Topo’s drawings please see his Instagram @topodo and collaborative site Drawing Under the Influence.