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Sean Penn - "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff"

Sean Penn - "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff"

Sunday, April 8, 2018 - 5:00pm

University of San Diego
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110

John Cleese

Warwick’s & University of San Diego present

Sean Penn

to discuss in conversation

Bob Honey Who Just

Do Stuff

Sunday, April 8th at 5:00 PM at:

University of San Diego's

Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre
5998 Alcala Park,
San Diego, CA 92110

This is a ticketed event.


$26.00 - One general admission - Includes one pre-signed copy of Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff

  • Parking on campus on Sundays is open, so you can park in any spot that is available.
  • You will be receiving a pre-signed copy of Sean's book when you check in. (there will not be a public signing)
  • At the check in area, there will be cards available for you to use to ask Sean a question.
  • Check-in and doors open at 4:15PM.
  • Please give yourself plenty of time to get to the theater, we will be starting on time.
  • Please print out your tickets.
  • Seating is first-come first-served.
  • Books will be distributed at the event.
  • Please enter campus from the west entrance and park in the west lot. Shuttles will be available from the parking structure to the theater.
  • The event will begin on time, so please allow plenty of time to get from the parking structure to the theater.
  • Please call the Warwick's Book Department at 858-454-0347 for more information.


Sean Penn won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performances in Mystic River and Milk, and received Academy Award nominations as Best Actor for Dead Man Walking, Sweet and Lowdown, and I Am Sam. He has worked as an actor, writer, producer, and director on over one hundred theater and film productions. His journalism has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation, and HuffPo. This is his first novel.

From legendary actor and activist Sean Penn comes a scorching, darkly funny novel about Bob Honey--a modern American man, entrepreneur, and part-time assassin.

Bob Honey has a hard time connecting with other people, especially since his divorce. He's tired of being marketed to every moment, sick of a world where even an orgasm isn't real until it is turned into a tweet. A paragon of old-fashioned American entrepreneurship, Bob sells septic tanks to Jehovah's Witnesses and arranges pyrotechnic displays for foreign dictators. He's also a contract killer for an off-the-books program run by a branch of US intelligence that targets the elderly, the infirm, and others who drain this consumption-driven society of its resources.

When a nosy journalist starts asking questions, Bob can't decide if it's a chance to form some sort of new friendship or the beginning of the end for him. With treason on everyone's lips, terrorism in everyone's sights, and American political life sinking to ever-lower standards, Bob decides it's time to make a change--if he doesn't get killed by his mysterious controllers or exposed in the rapacious media first.

A thunderbolt of provocative words and startling images, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff marks the fiction debut of one of America's most acclaimed artists.