Well, it’s been a while since one of our objects was united with the author who invented its significance! But it’s happened again: Here is Ben Katchor, with the Maine Statues Dish. Photographs courtesy of Jeannie Roule, who (along with Trifin) we cannot thank enough!
And of course: To read all of the extraordinary stories about ordinary things that Katchor and 99 other great writers created as part of the Significant Objects project, pick up our book, on Amazon or from your favorite bookseller.
Indeed he is! And don’t forget to pick up Katchor’s latest graphic work, HAND-DRYING IN AMERICA, as well!
Pantheon, you’re trying to drown us in brilliance, is that what’s going on here? And you’re having these two juggernauts of talent and reputation appear at BookPeople on the same night so that nobody will even think of stopping by Austin Books & Comics where Brandon Graham will be presenting his Multiple Warheads, is that it? Dirty marketing tactics, right? Competitive capitalist bloodsport in which unsuspecting citizens are duped via – oh, insert whatever Alex Jones might say, if Jones isn’t busy inserting it himself.]
We jest, Pantheon. You’re not even a traditional comics publisher, are you, although you’ve been at this for a while now? And here you are and are and are, et cetera, doing it up right.