Courage is Contagious (or Wiki and the Leeks) - a lovely children's book explaining @WikiLeaks

Jacob Schuhle Lewis is the mind behind this fabulous project. We'd been kicking ideas around for a little while, but he'd always been the one with the original idea and the ambition for writing & illustrating a children's book explaining WikiLeaks. Take a look at!

And if his artwork looks familiar, that's because he's designed a pair of fabulous breadpig posters for us. Perhaps you've seen the awesome Animal Farm poster he made for us?

One of my favorite interviews ever -- I answer the question, "Honey roasted peanuts or lightly salted cashews?"

Thanks again for the great questions, Steve, including this gem:

Question #20 And now, for the hard hitting question. How do you reconcile your role in Breadpig as "swine defender" with reddit's great love of bacon?

Well, I don't actually eat much meat these days, which is unrelated to my increased involvement with breadpig. The underdog (underpig?) status of breadpig always appealed to me -- he really doesn't look like he's prepared to be the world's hero. Everyone always tells me how tasty he looks, like a flying ready-to-eat sandwich; I hope redditors can fight the urge.

SAVE YOURSELF, MAMMAL! The first SMBC Book, a @breadpig publication, is coming soon!

Click to see the official breadpig announcement!

And we're hosting a T-Rex-sized launch party in New York City to benefit our non-profit partners, DonorsChoose (Breadpig donates all its non-sustainable profits from this book). You'll have the chance to meet Zach Weiner, enjoy some drinks while doing it, and bid on some once-in-a-lifetime auctions (also for charity). Get excited.

Date to be determined, we just wanted to get you excited. Here's the Eventbrite!

In the meantime, why don't you ask Mr. Weiner a book-related question (or anything) here on I Love Charts, where he's rocking tonight!