Take me on. Go ahead.
I challenge anyone who does not believe that art imitates life, and, often, vice versa. See what I mean?
Here is a page from the U.S. edition of Vogue, in which a fashionable Cat Lady was photographed recently by Raymond Meier for a feature titled the “Cat’s Meow.” And, a loud meow, please: Here is the cover design for my forthcoming book, Cat Lady Chronicles, published by Officina Libraria and distributed by the Antique Collectors' Club. The work reproduced is from the collections of my employer, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Cat Prowling Around a Staked Tomato Plant was created by Japanese artist Takahashi Shotei in about 1932.
My book is due in brick-and-mortar as well as virtual stores this fall, with the official publication date confirmed for September 16. I am eager to share with you, fellow Cat Ladies (and Gentlemen), my feel-good story about the fascinating human-animal bond (x ten). I am very pleased to be donating a percent of proceeds to cat-welfare causes.
Query of the Day: Will you “like” me and preorder my book? I will be very grateful!http://issuu.com/accpublishinggroup/docs/usa_fall_catalog_2012?mode=a_p