Tom Tomorrow - Books

Books

There have been eight cartoon anthologies of This Modern World published:

  • Greetings From This Modern World (1992)
  • Tune in Tomorrow (1994)
  • The Wrath of Sparky (1996)
  • Penguin Soup for the Soul (1998)
  • When Penguins Attack (2000) (Introduction by Dave Eggers)
  • The Great Big Book of Tomorrow (2003)
  • Hell in a Handbasket: Dispatches from the Country Formerly Known as America (March 2006)
  • The Future's So Bright I Can't Bear to Look (September 2008)
  • Too Much Crazy (Late 2010/1 Jan 2011)

The anthologies were published by St. Martin's Press until Hell in a Handbasket, when Perkins switched to Tarcher. The Future's So Bright I Can't Bear to Look was published by Nation Books.

The Very Silly Mayor, a picture book for children aged 4–8, was published in September 2009 by Ig Publishing.

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