FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
David H. Pierce
“THE OLD FOGEYS TREASURY” CARTOON BOOK RELEASED
Seguin/San Antonio, Texas, April 27, 2022- Davideo Productions has released a 356-page cartoon book, “THE OLD FOGEYS TREASURY.” The book has over 600 cartoons about the Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing communities. The strips employ humor, social and political commentary, and plain craziness. It features published cartoons from 2001 to 2017. It also includes earlier works dating back to 1973 by creator, artist, and writer David H. Pierce, who has been profoundly deaf since birth. With Pierce being a longtime member of the Deaf community and an award-winning veteran broadcast television producer and distributor of sign language programming, Pierce provides a unique perspective in his cartoons.
The book is available in both paperback and hardcover versions. It will make its official premiere at the first annual Deaf Authors Book Festival being held at Texas School for the Deaf in Austin, Texas on May 6 & 7, 2022. Pierce will be in attendance to sign copies of his book. People are encouraged to attend the event to purchase copies of the book.
After the event has concluded, the book will be made available through the website of Davideo Productions.
ABOUT DAVIDEO PRODUCTIONS
Davideo Productions is a multimedia company based in Seguin and San Antonio, Texas and owned by broadcast/cable veteran David H. Pierce. The company does motion picture film, broadcast television, and new media for its diverse clientele. Its wide range of services include production, post-production, film/video preservation, duplication, captioning, syndication, and industry consultation. Davideo also offers unique products for sale to consumers and organizations. Their website is at www.davideo.tv.
ABOUT THE DEAF AUTHORS BOOK FESTIVAL
The Deaf Authors Book Festival brings together contemporary authors who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and BIPOC from across the United States for the first event in Austin, Texas. The event, free to the public, is co-hosted by Texas School for the Deaf Superintendent, Claire Bugen, and Deaf Television Foundation President, Dr. Steve Baldwin, with support from the National Association of the Deaf’s Deaf Culture & History Section. More information can be found on their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/deafauthorsbookfestival/.