March 4, 2009
Imagine that: Chomsky to become colorful
by Dennis Johnson
Well, damned if it doesn’t seem like an idea whose time has come: a man in Maine is making Noam Chomsky coloring books. Roger Leisner “sees a market in the gray ponytail set” for them, now that all those “1960s radicals are becoming grandparents,” accordiing to this AP wire story. Leisner sells them for $5 each. Next up on the list? Howard Zinn, natch.
Dennis Johnson is the founder of MobyLives, and the co-founder and co-publisher of Melville House. Follow him on Twitter at @mobylives