In 1967, Paul Krassner published Mad artist
Wally Wood’s parody as a centerspread for his satirical magazine, The
Realist, and then as a black-&-white poster. Now here it is, available again, the
original poster on high-quality paper, digitally colored by an ex-Disney employee,
18"x24" – suitable for framing – mailed first-class in a protective tube.
–for $35.00 (plus $3
In December 2010, the Oakland branch
of the writers' organization PEN honored Paul Krassner
with their Lifetime Achievement Award.
here to see his 13-minute acceptance speech.
To read an interview with Paul Krassner on Obama,
Orgies & the Art of Offensive Cartoonsclick here.
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BY THE AUTHOR
Confessions of a Raving, Unconfined Nut:
Misadventures in the Counterculture
by Paul Krassner New Expanded Edition
Extra chapter: Bloopers & Outtakes: The Parts
Left Out of This Book.
I have been a fan of his since I was a snot-nosed kid, and his
words have been a driving force and influence on my life. If you have read
his work before, you know the joys that you are in for. If you haven't,
start reading, and consider this your lucky day. For Paul Krassner is an
activist, a philosopher, a lunatic and a saint, but most of all he is funny.
Krassner has the uncanny ability to alter your
Los Angeles Times
Wickedly funny... Chillingly funny... A convincing look
at a man who knows how to wield absurdity.
San Francisco Chronicle
Krassner is one of the best minds of his generation to be
destroyed by madness, starving, hysterical, naked but mainly hysterical.
His true wacky, wackily true autobiography is the definitive book on the sixties.
Paulšs own writing, in particular, seemed daring and
adventurous to me; it took big chances and made important arguments
in relentlessly funny ways. I felt, down deep, that maybe I had some
of that in me, too; that maybe I could be using my skills to better
express my beliefs. The Realist was the inspiration that
kept pushing me to the next level; there was no way I could continue
reading it and remain the same.
He is an expert at ferreting out
hypocrisy and absurdism from the more solemn crannies of American
New York Times
Krassner lives in a world where
Truth and Satire are swingers, changing partners so often you never know
who belongs with whom.
HIGH TIMES contributor Paul Krassner is
the editor of Pot Stories For the Soul – stories by and
about Hunter Thompson, Ken Kesey, Stephen Gaskin,
Jack Herer, Allen Ginsberg, Michele Phillips, Wavy Gravy,
Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Carolyn Garcia, Harry Shearer, John
Sinclair, Robert Anton Wilson, Mark Mothersbaugh and many others.
Introduction by Harlan Ellison. Winner of the Firecracker Alternative
Book Award and a Quality Paperback Book Club selection. Updated
edition for a stoned America.
Patty Hearst and the Twinkie Murders by Paul Krassner
Paul Krassner covered both of those controversial trials. He concluded:
Patty Hearst had been kidnapped, kept hostage and brainwashed, yet she was
held responsible and was tried for a bank robbery in which she was forced to
participate and she was sentenced to 35 years. Dan White had not been kidnapped,
kept hostage and brainwashed, yet he was not really held responsible and was tried for
assassinating Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk voluntarily,
after blatant premeditation and he was sentenced to 7 years.
Also available on all e-books.
– for $12.00
(plus $3 S&H)
In Praise of Indecency: Dispatches
From the Valley of Porn by Paul Krassner
– for $13.00
(plus $3 S&H)
Krassner seems to find nothing in the book indecent,
and by the end, I came out feeling like a prude. This is not a book
for those with delicate sensibilities, but it's interesting nonetheless.
Murder at the Conspiracy Convention
And Other American Absurdities
The Winner of the Slow Bicycle Race: The Satirical Writings of Paul Krassner
with The Parts Left Out of the Kennedy Book and a Foreword by Kurt Vonnegut
– for $12
(plus $3 S&H)
Video Days: And What We Saw
Through the Viewfinder by Nancy Cain
– for $18.00
(plus $3 S&H)
Nancy Cain balances her way along the alternative media tightrope
between Pirate TV and YouTube with considerable insight and wit. Video Days
is an entertaining and significant slice of countercultural history,
All issues of The Realist are now available at
The Realist Archive Project. Click here