Publisher Pawpress is proud to note that in February 2016, "You Are Who You Eat" was added to the collection of The Billy Ireland Cartoon Libraries & Museum at Ohio State University, where a number of original cartoons featuring Dedini's signature luscious women and lascivious men, along with other art, are housed.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A friend of mine gave me this book a few days ago as a gift for my 42nd birthday. At first I was like, "Why in tarnation are you giving me a BOOK". I don't read. EVER. I almost unfriended this particular Facebook miscreant on the grounds that since print is dead, he should be dead to me as well….but then I opened the hilarious cover and my jaw hit the engineered medium-soft faux brazilian rosewood flooring, hard. This is some FUNNY stuff. The cartoons are by cartoonist Dedini (someone I remember from The New Yorker, Esquire, Playboy, etc., back in the days before my eyesight went to blazes), and this Ina Silvert Hillebrandt is something else. There is some wicked social commentary in there- mixed with some biting humor that pokes fun at everything from the human condition to politics, and let me tell you something else- it made me laugh involuntarily. Then, it made me hungry….I think I may need help.