TALK TO THE HAIR
A Look Back at the First 100 Days of the Trump Presidency
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L.K. Peterson's Talk to the Hair offers up a satiric first-100-day-by-day account of President Donald Trump making good on his campaign promise to "Make America Totally Classy Again!" From Inaugural Ball-related injuries to good fences not making for such good neighbors, the new president lets the chips fall where they may — ideally into one of his own casinos.

And, when the going gets tough, The Donald turns to the international diplomacy stylings of Sarah Palin and the muscle of some guys named Vinny. However things turn out, it's gonna be YOOOGE!

With illustrations by Martin Kozlowski.

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Author
L.K. Peterson
lkpeete@gmail.com

Bio
L.K. Peterson's books include "Talk to the Hair: A Look Back at the First 100 Days of the Trump Presidency", "Further Adventures", "The Da Vinci Cold", "Fairly Grim Tales", "Go the F**k Back to Work!", "The 2012 Doomsday Planner", "Passport USA," and "Global Graphics: Color".

He has worked at sports, design and travel publications, writing about everything from ballpark architecture and cuisine to telling the difference between Louis XIV, XV and XVI furniture.

Co-publisher of Now What Media LLC, Peterson is also entirely to blame for the satiric website Ant Farmer's Almanac (The Thinking Man's No-Brainer!)

He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, where he spends his free time plotting revenge and looking for parking spaces.

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Illustrator
Martin Kozlowski
martinkozlowski@me.com

Bio
Martin Kozlowski has chronicled the social and political scenes in 1000s of editorial illustrations and 100s of comic strips. His work has appeared in a wide range of publications including Advertising Age, Barron’s, the National Law Journal, the New York Times, Newsday and the Wall Street Journal.

He art directs and contributes to the weekly editorial illustration service inxart.com. His comic strips have appeared in The Hartford Courant, The New York Sun, The Earth Times, Fortune and The Daily Star in Beirut, Lebanon.

He designed print material for a dozen years at his own firm in Union Square, NYC for cultural and academic institutions, and has worked as an art director at The New York Times, most notably on The Op-ed page.

His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions including shows in New York, Paris, Santa Fe and Calgary and he has lectured at several colleges including his alma mater, Parsons School of Design.

He is currently editor and art director at Now What Media LLC which includes a satirical ezine and an expanding line of illustrated humor books and comics at nowwhatmedia.com.

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Paperback • 72 pages • Black and White • 5"x7"

Excerpts for royalty-free reproduction:

Day 18
The White House Gift Shop adds a section devoted exclusively to Trump brand merchandise, including Trump cologne, ties, mineral water, real estate listings, all of his books, and a rack of “collector-quality” New Jersey Generals memorabilia. “The Donald” dashboard bobble heads are especially big sellers.

Day 33
On a “Very Special Episode” of the ancestry TV show, “Who Do You Think You Are?” DNA test results “reveal” that Trump is descended from every Native-American tribe that ever existed. He declares all his properties are now “reservations” and eligible for the development of casinos.

Day 42
“Outrage Fatigue” is the only explanation for the nearly total lack of response when the Trump campaign’s list of supporters’ names and email addresses (known to insiders as “The Dipshits Who Drank the Sucker Punch”) is offered for sale on eBay. Deemed “priceless” by advertisers and marketers who see in it a mother lode of reliably gullible consumers, the winning bidder — at $122 million — is a “Nigerian Prince.”


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