by Bob Schofield
Moon Facts is a wild sequence packed full of surreal imagery and unexpected moods. Bob Schofield provides twenty-three facts about the MOON to remind us of the unending complexity in everyone’s favorite lunar friend. Accompanied with illustrations, Moon Facts provides exactly what you need to know about the MOON.
Bob is also author of The Inevitable June (tNY Press) and Man Bites Cloud (Publishing Genius).
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"Fact #507" & "Fact #999" have been nominated for 2015's Pushcart Prize!
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Praise for Moon Facts
“After reading Moon Facts by Bob Schofield you will be terrified when THE MOON visits your garden or picnic or night. You’ve probably attended MOON festivals your entire life and never known any facts about THE MOON except the facts THE GOVERNMENT printed on your cereal boxes. Your government is lying to you about THE MOON. Bob Schofield is not a liar. He wants to help you understand THE MOON.”
-Chad Redden, creator of the Dream Guides Podcast
"In order to understand the moon, one (a person // body // animal // anything really, that has blood & or eats light) must be able to visualize the moon. Here are some steps to do that: / 1. Place your hand on a flat surface. This surface can be a piece of paper, or a table, or the floor, or the roof, or a wall, or a washing machine, or the screen of a television, or a tiny door to a secret room inside your home. / 2. Do you feel that pulse? That’s the moon. The moon is in everything. The moon controls everything. Even you. Especially you."
-Dalton Day, Probably Crying Review
"Moon Facts by Bob Schofield, is an entertaining read for those that are looking to find closure and satisfaction of curiosity relating to the unknown and grimness behind the moon. Stimulating more questions and feelings of wonderment into virtues encompassed by our own preconceptions, Moon Facts pulls the wagon of individuality in unmarked territory."
-Jakob Streiff, Top Crotch Comics
“From the moon’s perspective the world is a sitcom. It is always changing though there appear to be similar themes throughout history. A lot of the earlier seasons of the world were a little atmospheric, not enough going on hence the moon kept it on in the background. Unfortunately the world gets a little too melodramatic for the moon’s tastes which is when the moon opts to stare out into the infinite space.”
Praise for Bob Schofield:
"Bob Schofield knows the truth: facts are subjective, contradictory, fluid, incomprehensible, absurd. He sits us down one evening and gives us a lesson on reality. We learn that what we think of as the real world is a fable he half remembers from childhood. He tells us this fable in a binary code where each zero is a moon. When he's finished some time has passed. He removes his hat and a grey stone rises up from under it, floats towards us, and enters through the left ear."
-Jackson Nieuwland, editor of LEFT