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Veronica Mars – the TV series: The Junk Shot

It has been several months since I have written any prose fiction. To get my feet a little wet, I decided that instead of diving into an unfinished novel, that I would play in someone else’s yard for a bit … Continue reading

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Runner, Runner

A showrunner is responsible for the day-to-day operation of a television series and the right one can make or break the multi-million dollar investment in a television series. Traditionally, the showrunner can be the creator of a series or one … Continue reading

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The Lost Lichtenstein

Once upon a time, I was enamored of hoaxes. I liked it so much that I wrote a mystery with an art hoax at the center. That book is available for the Kindle. Here’s the pitch- ‘Lester Teal has a … Continue reading

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Off Season

Once upon a time, I wrote a novel that was part character study and part mystery. It was split between the now and the back-in-the-day sections as Arthur Quinn tells his girlfriend a story about a scar across his shoulder. … Continue reading

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Shawn Speaks!

I’m coloring SideChicks pages as I’m getting more content ready for comiXology. One of the things I like doing is playing with the shadow created by Shawn’s cowboy hat. Of course, if you want to read all 170+ pages for … Continue reading

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The SideChicks Are on Tapastic.com

The SideChicks strip was moved over to Tapastic.com which is a wonderful host for webcomics. The importing of and arranging of pages goes pretty easy. There is no way to get paid (meaning they control the advertising space), but as … Continue reading

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Kindle Your Books-

The digital landscape for publishing changes from month to month. This week, Amazon opened up a can of Whoop Ass on the comic book category. Let me give you the new lay of the land from the perspective of an … Continue reading

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The meatball math of comiXology Submit

The changes in digital comic book distribution have given independent creators new options and alternate channels to reach their readers. And there are changes that make it possible for artists and writers to get a bigger share of the revenue … Continue reading

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Kickstart It!

At the San Diego convention in 2010, I stumbled into a conversation with Scott Kurtz and others about Kickstarter, the webservice that helps artistic types with a type of cloud fund-raising.  As I came in to the discussion late, I … Continue reading

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Not Brand Echh

A few weeks back, Rick Klaw asked me if I would like to write about great comics that have not been collected for the modern age. As a break from my crushing deadline, I wrote a few notes about the … Continue reading

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