I think I need to be friends with Robert Weinstock and Pam Smallcomb. First of all, they're pals of James Proimos, who lives around here somewheres and is a lot of fun to run into at book festivals and the like. (And whose own books are great, not to mention the animation - NICE animation.)
Secondly, Pam Smallcomb and Robert Weinstock appear to know how to be good friends - if this book is any indication.
But I'm not reviewing this book, so I'm not going to explain that statement.