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What a Classy Book: Seth’s Palookaville 21

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The last section is my favorite. “Nothing Lasts” is autobiographical again, but this time it’s from Seth’s sketchbook, done in a style similar to that used in Wimbeldon Green or the Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists.

 

The last section is my favorite. “Nothing Lasts” is autobiographical again, but this time it’s from Seth’s sketchbook, done in a style similar to that used in Wimbeldon Green or the Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists.

 

Though Seth is never shy about talking about his life, this autobiographical story is rare in that it covers his early years as a boy growing up in rural Ontario, moving from town to town, pissing under the stands at the horse-racing track, bullying the fat kid, raising pheasants…and making the conscious decision to stop kissing his mother goodnight—and how terribly he regrets it. Take a look-see here for a legible preview of the story.

I could talk about this book all day. Palookaville 21 just has so much great stuff in it, and I can’t wait for all of you to read it so I have someone to talk about it with. It’s just. So. Good. The book will debut at SPX (where Seth will be a special guest) and will be available in stores early October. GET READY.

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