Win Free Keith Knight: Too Small to Fail

Too Small to Fail cover

I have accidentally wound up an extra copy of Keith Knight’s newest book, Too Small to Fail: A (Th)ink Anthology, so I would like to share the fruits of this happy accident with you, my readers. If you’re not familiar with this editorial cartoon, you can sample (Th)ink at the artist’s website. Right now, the book is only available from Knight’s online store or otherwise direct from him.

One lucky person will be sent a copy of the book in this contest. To enter for your chance to win, post a comment here, either saying why you like the strip or why you’d like to try it. Winner will be picked randomly from all entries on Friday, August 19.

(U.S. and Canada addresses only. Winners will be emailed to confirm email address. If email is not answered within 24 hours or a valid email address is not provided, a replacement winner will be selected. Your email won’t be used for any other purpose.)

15 Responses to “Win Free Keith Knight: Too Small to Fail”

  1. ashley p q Says:

    I love all of Keith Knight’s work and I’m eager to read this new book. Alas, a fiscal pinch makes that an impossibility…’less I happen to win one.

  2. fluffy Says:

    I also love all of Keef’s work. This would go nicely with my copy of The Complete K Chronicles which I bought from him at APE a couple years ago. :)

  3. Andy Says:

    I love trying and discovering new strips. I miss a lot of the ones that didn’t quite make it, like Citizen Dog (dig that one up, it’s a gem)!

  4. SKFK Says:

    Thanks for another great giveaway, Johanna!

    I’ve loved KK’s comics ever since I bought one of his self-published minicomics almost twenty years ago. I still remember the joke from the back cover, which showed an anthropomorphic carrot shouting “Vegetarians must die!” with tears in its eyes. I love his work because he manages to find humor even in times when things are going pretty bad, and there is love and care for humanity evident even when he’s drawing some really barbed commentary.

  5. Jim Kosmicki Says:

    well, I already have the huge omnibus of his other work that he’s published, so this would be a welcome addition.

  6. Chuck Says:

    I’ve been a fan of Keef for years, but I don’t own a (th)ink anthology yet.

  7. mussorgsky112 Says:

    I’ve sampled a few comics from (th)ink and really love his blunt humor. It’s always refreshing to see someone cut through the political crap and give the truth. Good comedy makes you laugh but great comedy makes you laugh and think.

  8. Kimberly Chapman Says:

    Oh wow I love Keef! I stopped reading all my online comics after I had a baby but I frequently still think of Life’s Little Victories when we have our own around the house. That book would be definitely appreciated here!

  9. Matthew J. Brady Says:

    I really dig Keith Knight’s style; it’s an effortlessly expressive cartooniness that fits perfectly with his writing. He’s also really smart and incisive. I’ve read a little of this strip, but not too much, so a book collecting it would be great to have; he’s a pretty essential voice in the modern comics landscape.

  10. Greg Says:

    Any self-proclaimed “Gentleman Cartoonist” is cool in my book.

  11. Scott R Says:

    I have always liked Keith’s stuff when it was first featured in my state’s City Weekly newspaper. I’ve told several people about it and always look forward to it when I get next week’s issue.

  12. Kat Kan Says:

    Keith Knight’s work is great – even my teenage son enjoys his cartoons, and he worked his way through the K Chronicles, laughing all the way. This new book would be very welcome in our house.

  13. Honey Says:

    I would like this book because I love Knight’s stuff and I can’t afford my own copy right now.

  14. Johanna Says:

    I’ve drawn a winner and emailed them for their address. Thanks for playing, everyone!

  15. Ted Mihajlich Says:

    Knight’s work is funny and often very thought-provoking.




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