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When Sarah Palin Came to Town
by Tony Newman
Illustrated by Tony Newman

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Product #: 3176
Price: $17.95
208 pages
Trade Paperback
Humor/Political Humor/Editorial Cartoons
Pub Date: 01/2011
ISBN: 978-0-615-56317-6
Published by Copper Raven Press, distributed by Aftershocks Media

The Alaska Experience - Told in Cartoons

Toe was a political cartoonist living and working in Alaska’s capital city when a little-known, small-town mayor named Sarah Palin began a run for statewide office. The satirical cartoons that would follow over the next several years would garner national attention and become a reader favorite.

Here, along with those original cartoons, are many previously unpublished drawings, and reflections on how Alaskans reacted to Sarah Palin’s—and their own newfound celebrity.

"This book, containing far more insight than one might expect from a brief work heavily dependent on cartoons, is one of the few genuinely honest works on Palin currently available."
    ---David James, Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News Miner

"Toe has a gift for capturing mood and emotion in his political cartoons. This collection tracks Sarah Palin's political path and Juneau's uneasy dance with her from a local, personal perspective. His text offers a candid, conversational and remarkably astute romp through Alaska's recent history."
    --- Rebecca Braun, Publisher/Editor, Alaska Budget Report

"Cartoonist Toe has found his muse."
    --–- Juneau Empire

AUTHOR BIO: Toe is Tony Newman. He lives in Juneau, Alaska, has written and drawn for many publications ranging from the Washington Post to the Los Angeles Times, and has won numerous honors for his work. He currently contributes a regular cartoon feature to the Juneau Empire.

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