My interview of legendary underground cartoonist S. Clay Wilson, creator of The Checkered Demon, Ruby the Dyke, and Star-Eyed Stella, and the man who convinced Robert Crumb "You can do anything in a comic," is now available from discerning magazine vendors everywhere. Ribald anecdotes, indiscreet remarks, scurrilous rumors, and free-floating ramblings abound.
Additionally, in a special limited engagement, both Mr. Wilson and myself will be appearing Nov. 1 (All Saints Day) at Alternative Press Expo (APE), 620 - 7th St., San Francisco, from, I'd guess, noon to 4:00 pm, personally signing grossly over-priced copies of the volume in question. I will also be peddling copies of my comic-related books ("The Pirates & the Mouse," "Outlaws, Rebels..., and "Most Outrageous") -- mention Red Room and get a discount -- and he can be expected to have on hand copies of his classic ("Adults Only") "Snatch," "Pork," and "Jiz" -- Comics! The Kind Men Like! -- from the UG's Golden Age.
Look for us at a table in the raised area to the right of where you enter.
Causes Bob Levin Supports
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, ACLU, PEN, Berkeley Emergency Food & Housing Project.