The Little Red Fish #1
The Little Red Fish #1

The Little Red Fish #1


The Little Red Fish


30 Pages, 7 x 10

Formats: ebook: PDF

ebook: PDF, $1.99 (US $1.99) (CA $1.99)

Publication Date: September 2015

ISBN 9781495607677

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This is an absolutely fabulously illustrated book. There aren't that many like it. It's a great tale for older children and adults alike. For children, it's a gripping adventure. For adults, it's a moving allegory about a period of history most of them haven't given any thought, the Iranian Revolution.

Author Biography

Bizhan Khodabandeh is a Silver Medal awardee for comics and cartooning through the Society of Illustrators. He is a visual communicator who moves freely across the professional boundaries as a designer, illustrator, artist, and activist. Khodabandeh is particularly fascinated by how art and design can be a catalyst for social change.He has received international and national awards for his work, including placing in the Adbusters’ One Flag Competition, the Good 50x70, The Green Patriot Poster Project, Poster for Tomorrow, and recognition by the American Institute for Graphic Arts. Khodabandeh has had work featured in publications such as Print, Creativity International and Adbusters, among others.Khodabandeh is currently the Communications Director for Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Communication Arts and Design Director of Gallery5. He freelances under the name Mended Arrow. James Moffitt is a writer and teacher living in Richmond, Virginia. He holds an MA in Writing & Rhetoric from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has published two collections of short stories, Swamp Gospels and What to Do When You Give Up. Moffitt has also been published in several academic and fiction journals and as a freelance journalist.James sees writing and teaching as a means to facilitating social change at the structural level. His publishing company Sink/Swim Press embraces a DIY ethic and strives to remind people of the value of tangible art.