edited by Jerome Crooks Yes, believe it or not, it's yet another handmade-in-Pittsburgh comopendium of culture from the folks at E.D. This time around we have a fat post-bound volume with (approximately) 80 different covers -- collect them all! (or not) This book contains work by 29 (count 'em) writers and 18 artists. In our opinion, this is one of E.D.'s most solid outings. Editor Crooks has assembled some great local talent including Karl Hendricks, whose story, "Less Than Mick Jagger," has to be considered one of the collection stand-outs. Other contributors on board who should be familiar to many a Copacetic customer include writers Ed Steck and Wayne Wise, along with artists Tom Scioli and Nils Balls. This collection runs a whopping 241 pages, is chock-a-block with work by talented people some of whom many of you will doubtless know, is handmade here in Pittsburgh in a limited edition of between 200 and 300 copies (sorry, forgot the exact copy count...240?), and is bargain priced. How can you say no?