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THE REVOLUTION IS MEOW
From Francesco Marciuliano, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling book
I Could Pee on This, comes the political cat book today’s felines (read: humans) so
desperately need. Written in the style of free-verse poetry, CLAW THE SYSTEM
(October 2018, $12.99) echoes the fears, frustrations, and concerns conjured by
today’s political climate through the mouths and typing paws of cats.
Watch the uprising unfold through anthems such as “I Need This To Stop,”
“What Do I Do with My Anger,” “How Can You Sleep?” and “A New Dawn.” Show
support for your feline friends and try to understand why they’re so spitting mad.
Wise beyond their appearance, these cats dauntlessly articulate their dread, their
anger, and their resolve, imploring humans everywhere to rise up with them.
Ultimately, CLAW THE SYSTEM is a book of action by authors who never doubt
themselves, never question their belief in what is just, and never for a moment
consider that you have a good sense of interior design as they bring down the
living room curtains.
Francesco Marciuliano is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling
book I Could Pee on This and Other Poems by Cats as well as the bestselling
titles I Could Chew on This, I Knead My Mommy, You Need More Sleep, and I
Could Pee on This, Too. He writes the internationally syndicated daily comic
strips Sally Forth and Judge Parker in addition to his webcomic Medium Large.
He was the head writer for the twice Emmy Award-winning children’s show
SeeMore’s Playhouse and has written for the Onion News Network, Smosh, and
McSweeney’s. He also penned/typed/scrawled the play This Isn’t Working for the
New York International Fringe Festival.
Francesco has appeared in/on HuffPost, All Things Considered, SiriusXM,
BuzzFeed, the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Mental
Floss, and The A.V. Club. He lives in New York City with his two cats, Kiki and
Leelo, and eventually a dog, tea cup pig, and pygmy goat, unless the co-op board
says otherwise or checks.