This is the second book, first published in 1994. It includes over 80 stories and drawings. Many of our collectors have said this book expands on the laughter and lunacy of the first book, Mostly True. It includes such favorites as 'Angels of Mercy' ("Most people don't know there are angels whose only job is to make sure you don't get too comfortable & fall asleep & miss your life") and 'True Things' ("they came to sit & dangle their feet off the edge of the world & after awhile they forgot everything but the good & true things they would do someday").
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Brian Andreas is an artist, sculptor and storyteller, who works with new forms of human community. He uses traditional media from fine art, theatre, and storytelling, as well as the latest electronic technologies of virtual reality and the Web. His work is shown and collected internationally.
Born in 1956 in Iowa City, Iowa, he holds a B.A. from Luther College, in Decorah, Iowa, and an M.F.A. in Fiber and Mixed Media from John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California.
He lives with his wife, Ellen Rockne, and their two wild and beautiful boys in the Midwest, where they make art and soup and stories as often as they can.
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