Born in Wisconsin, Jim Knipfel was a staff writer at the now-defunct weekly alternative newspaper New York Press for thirteen years, where wrote the long-running and popular "Slackjaw" column, a cynical, misanthropic look at daily life. He is the author of ten books, including Slackjaw, …
Published by Domino Books
24p, b&w, color cover, 9"x12"
A real wiggler of a comic, O'Connell's torrent of scratch snakes writhe through a Trollhattan malls-worth of erotic pottery, lovers spurned and bangin' nails. Old pillow bodies give the page a lump and fluff that's like picking a copy of Star magazine out of a puddle. Who wore it better? Terry Squeezee, obvi. -EF