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About Greg Pak
Greg Pak is a comic book writer and filmmaker best known for comic books such as "Planet Hulk," "Action Comics," and "Mech Cadet Yu." He wrote the "Code Monkey Save World" graphic novel and "The Princess Who Saved Herself" children's book, based on the songs of Jonathan Coulton.
Pak co-wrote the fan favorite "Incredible Hercules" series with Fred Van Lente, with whom he also wrote the new How-To book, "Make Comics Like the Pros."
As a filmmaker, Pak directed the award-winning feature "Robot Stories" and dozens of shorts, including "Happy Fun Room."
Pak is represented by Sandra Lucchesi of the Gersh Agency, Los Angeles. For more about his work, visit twitter.com/gregpak and gregpak.com.
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In short, gloriously inventive essays, Whiting Award-winning author Amy Leach's The Everybody Ensemble invites us to see and celebrate our oddball, interconnected world
Humans, please turn your guns into kazoos.
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Amy Leach, the celebrated author of the transcendent Things That Are, invites you into The Everybody Ensemble, an effervescent tonic of a book. These short, wildly inventive essays are filled with praise songs, poetry, ingenious critique, soul-lifting philosophy, music theory, and whimsical but scientific trips into nature. Here, you will meet platypuses, Tycho Brahe and his moose, barnacle goslings, medieval mystics, photosynthetic bacteria, and a wholly fresh representation of the biblical Job.
Equal parts call to reason and to joy, this book is an irrepressible celebration of our oddball, interconnected world. The Everybody Ensemble delivers unexpected wisdom and a wake-up call that sounds from within. For readers of Ross Gay, Eula Biss, Anne Lamott, Annie Dillard, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and even Lewis Carroll, these twenty-four essays will be a perfect match.