The Ballad of Stinky Pete: A Sordid Sketchbook Tale of Courtrooms, Casino Goons, and Beauty Queens Gone Bad
My latest book is now available on Amazon
A pile of printer's proofs of the book arrived at my door on Saturday.
Hot off the Print on Demand Presses is my latest book. It is a book based on the faux courtroom sketches I made during the Trump Hush Money/Financial Crimes trial.
The book I created uses the courtroom sketches as the jumping-off point for its premise, and then ventures into a hard-boiled, gritty world of skid-row derelicts, Ad men, casino goons, and beauty pageants.
It’s 72 B&W pages of weirdness and satire. The large 8 1/2” x 11” book is currently available in paperback and hardcover from Amazon and Goodreads. The hardcover version of the book includes extra bonus content of previously unpublished comics and cartoons.

Now to begin the fun part: promotion and distribution. Look or it coming soon to your favorite indie comic and bookstore.

Going Where Angels Fear to Tread
I could have spent months toiling on this project, fussing over every single detail of art and story, and ultimately sucking out the joy of working on the book. I’d also miss out on exploiting, and maybe profiting, from the troubles of one of the world’s most notorious exploiters, Donald J. Trump, which in my mind is an acceptable form of Schadenfreude.
Therefore, I decided to let my foolhardy self just let this story unfurl out of my head and run it up the flagpole for public inspection.
It’s now up to you as to whether to salute this flag or burn it.
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