Big To Fail! by
illustrations by Mike Carnegie
Paper: 8 1/2" x 8 1/2", 40pp $12.95
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Edgy: Mature themes, language, social satire
The American people and the American worker have been begging for it, so here it is; Too Big To Fail! The definitive field guide to the identity of the finks, scoundrels, and other corporate miscreants who are daily making the work lives of Joe Everyman a living Hell.
About the Author: Scott Nebwet was born in 1965. Raised in Colorado as the son of two successful entrepreneurs Don and Beth, Scott showed his teenage rebelliousness by joining the corporate herd. Now some 40 years later Scott is high enough in the business food chain to have perspective and to have cemented a profound level of disdain for the wonks, vipers and retreads comprising the worst of the corporate herd. Scott lives with his wife Jennifer and their daughter Abby in Jacksonville, Florida.
About the Artist: Mike Carnegie was born in Ottawa, Canada and grew up under the constant hum of Niagara Falls. He would later equate this sound to the drone of the speeches by his superiors which numbed him to anything corporate. As a result he abandoned business life and pursued a BFA in illustration at one of Canada’s more prestigious art schools, Ontario College of Art. He furthered his education with an MFA in Graphic Design from the Miami International University. Mike makes his living as an artist and instructor at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale where he takes every opportunity to stick it to the man. One of Mike’s proudest achievements has been his success in keeping his two children Christine and Paul from joining the corporate heard as both are artists and likely never to be corporate bastards.