6 signed copies available.
UPDATE: 5 have sold as of 11.28.2017
NOTE: The book is cheaper, but not signed, on Amazon Prime and Barnes & Noble.
Signed, sealed, and personalized.
I throw in free art from my archives, which will be worth more than the book when I'm dead—no ETA on it, yet, but it's inevitable.
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Wrote "I Mash Potatoes On My Face, What You Do Today?" in 2004 under the moniker of "Irish Brian Kelly". I abandoned the character to write and work on other projects for peer artists until 2010 when I returned to complete the voice of Irish Brian: Engineer, Poet, Landscaper, Lover.
This 172 page memoir, a collection of poetry, haikus, monologues and absolute gibberish was finished in 2011. Editing was unnecessary in this case due to the character's abuse of grammar and the English language—much like how I personally feel about growing up around proud, illiterate peasants in Rockford, Illinois. A filthy, nepotistic, racist, cultureless, midwestern city that I've accepted as being home. Overall, it's taken me a total of 11-12 years to finish this piece of shit, and here it is done and published in December of 2015.
"I Mash Potatoes On My Face, What You Do Today?" is available everywhere and cheaper (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.), but this is the only place to personally purchase 1 of 6 signed copies.
Thank yous to Jesus Correa, Jason "Mossy" Vaughn, and Eric "Jojowrinkles" Knoll for providing forewords—and an extra bear-hug thanks to Jesus Correa for dressing this book up with the cover artwork. I couldn't bear to produce it myself after the amount of years it took to complete the words contained within. I love collaborating with Jesus, one of our finest living artists.
Mash potatoes on your faces, sever snakes, and pet puppies,