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The Jew of New York

In Mordecai Noah a New York politician and amateur playwright possessed of a utopian vision summoned all the lost tribes of Israel to an island near Buffalo in the hope of establishing a Jewish state His failed plan a mere footnote in Jewish American history is the starting point for Ben Katchor s brilliantly imagined epic that unfolds on the streets of New York a few years later br br A disgraced kosher slaughterer an importer of religious articles and women s hosiery a pilgrim peddling soil from the Holy Land a latter day Kabbalist a man with plans to carbonate Lake Erie these are just some of the characters who move through Katchor s universe their lives interwoven in a common struggle to settle into the New World even as it erupts into a financial frenzy that could as easily leave them bankrupt as carry them into the future

Hand-Drying in America and Other Stories

From one of the most original and imaginative American cartoonists at work today comes a collection of graphic narratives on the subjects of urban planning product design and architecture a surrealist handbook for the rebuilding of society in the twenty first century br br Ben Katchor a master at twisting mundane commodities into surreal objects of social significance now takes on the many ways our property influences and reflects cultural values Here are window ledge pillows designed expressly for people watching and a forest of artificial trees for sufferers of hay fever The Brotherhood of Immaculate Consumption deals with the matter of products that outlive their owners a school of dance is based upon the choreographic motion of paying with cash high visibility construction vests are marketed to lonely people as a method of getting noticed With cutting wit Katchor reveals a world similar to our own lives are defined by possessions consumerism is a kind of spirituality but also slightly fabulously askew Frequently and brilliantly bizarre and always mesmerizing i Hand Drying in America i ensures that you will never look at a building a bar of soap or an ATM the same way

The Cardboard Valise

b Ben Katchor The creator of the last great American comic strip Michael Chabon gives us his first book in more than ten years the story of the fantastical nation of Outer Canthus and the three people who in some way or another in habit its shores b br b b br Emile Delilah is a young xenophile lover of foreign nations so addicted to traveling to the exotic regions of Outer Canthus that the government pays him a monthly stipend just so he can continue his visits Liv ing in the same tenement as Emile are Boreal Rince the exiled king of Outer Canthus and Elijah Salamis a supranationalist determined to erase the cultural and geographic boundaries that separate the citizens of the Earth Although they rarely meet their lives in tertwine through the elaborate fictions they construct and inhabit a vast panorama of humane hamburger stands exquisitely ethereal ethnic restaurants ancient restroom ruins and wild tracts of land that fit neatly next to high rise hotels i The Cardboard Valise i is a graphic novel as travelogue a canvas of semi surrealism and a poetic whimsical beguiling work of Ben Katchor s dazzling imagination

Cheap Novelties: The Pleasures of Urban Decay, with Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer

In a vast and shadowy city of old skyscrapers neglected warehouses juice stands and coffee shops Julius Knip a rumpled middle aged man in a suit and hat wanders the streets photographing buildins and pondering the details the scent of the past that seeps into the present the ghosts of other values and cultures embedded in the urban landscape people and behaviors almost gone that linger on He sees what others overlook a Borscht belt Buster Keaton br br About the Author br Ben Katchor is the author of i The Jew of New York i His weekly comic strips Julius Knipl Real Estate Photographer and The Cardboard Valise have been appearing since in i The Forward i among other newspapers Katchor also produces a monthly strip for Metropolis magazine He lives in New York City

The Best American Comics 2017

b Every last page is worth a look i Bustle i b br br Ben Katchor the most poetic deeply layered artist ever to draw a comic strip i New York Times Book Review i selects the best graphic pieces of the year i The Best American Comics i showcases the work of both established and up and coming contributors and highlights both fiction and nonfiction from graphic novels pamphlet comics newspapers magazines minicomics and the Web to make sure the Best American Comics brand is poised to enjoy a i killer i second decade i Bookgasm i

The Dairy Restaurant

From the origins of the blintz to the role of dairy products in the Russian Revolution MacArthur Award winning author Katchor relates the fascinating history of Jewish eating

The Best American Comics 2007

Guest editor Chris Ware and series editor Anne Elizabeth Moore have sought out the best stories to create this cutting edge collection Contributors include Lynda Barry R and Aline Crumb Kim Deitch Gilbert Hernandez Seth and Art Spiegelman

Comics Sketchbooks: The Private Worlds of Today's Most Creative Talents

From cartoons to graphic novels from humor to superheroes comics are the worlds most popular form of illustration And as in all forms of illustration artists and designers experiment with visual ideas image and word play narrative sequencing and stylistic flourishes through sketching What we rarely see is the creative thinking the doodling that leads to fully formed visual ideas and stories br br em Comics Sketchbooks em presents the private notebooks of eighty two of the world s most inventive innovative and successful artists alongside new talents and emerging illustrators The artists have been selected by the world s leading critic and most knowledgeable source in the field of graphic design and illustration Steven Heller who has had personal access to some of the most private and unseen material Although there have been several comic book compilations over the years none has the visual excitement insight and mind blowing creativity and fun of this one

Monkey Business: New Writing from Japan - Volume 5

Monkey Business International is the in translation offspring of the Tokyo based magazine Monkey Business which was founded in by Motoyuki Shibata one of Japan s most highly regarded men of letters br br MBI aims to translate and present a wide array of established and emerging authors showcasing the best of contemporary Japanese literature br br With the generous support of the Nippon Foundation A Public Space is the publisher and partner of Monkey Business International MB and APS first conceived of MBI when Shibata curated a portfolio of Japanese literature in the debut issue of APS br br Issue kicks off with Photographs are Images a vignette by Aoko Matsuda one of Japan s most promising young novelists Haruki Murakami graces the pages of Monkey once more this time offering advice for new and aspiring young writers American and British authors such as Kelly Link Liard Hunt and Matthew Sharpe join Japanese authors Hideo Furukawa Masatsugu Ono and Hiromi Kawakami along with comic and graphic artists Satoshi Kitamura and Ben Katchor These and many more of the best contemporary voices of Japanese and American literature make up the lyrical and literary prose of this newest issue of Monkey Business br

Cheap Novelties: The Pleasures of Urban Decay, with Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer, The Dairy Restaurant, The Jew of New York, Monkey Business: New Writing from Japan - Volume 5, The Best American Comics 2017, Comics Sketchbooks: The Private Worlds of Today's Most Creative Talents, Hand-Drying in America and Other Stories, The Cardboard Valise, Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer, The Best American Comics 2007