Best selling author Michael Chabon is the subject of a Q&A in the latest issue of Mother Jones. He won a Pulitzer for "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay. His latest novel, "Telegraph Avenue" set in Oakland, deals with two owners of a vintage-vinyl record shop (one black, one white) threatened by a megastore. Thanks to Tim Luddy for the assignment.
john cuneo August 20, 2012
Lovely and amazing, Joe. Love that handwriting, and admire your honesty (or is that about Chabon) ?
Joe Ciardiello August 20, 2012
Harry Campbell August 20, 2012
Beautiful work Joe, love the sketches too.
Victor Juhasz August 20, 2012
Great drawing. Love the sketches too.
Richard Downs August 20, 2012
Nice, love the offset heavier shapes.
Steve Brodner August 20, 2012
This just popped right out of my issue. Wonderful.
Leo Espinosa August 20, 2012
Great portrait, Joe. Funny last night I finished one of his books -Manhood for Amateurs- good read