Crawlin' into the fire
So, Anime Evolution is only a bit over a week away!
The AE folks are great. But I think they think I'm a bit more important than I actually am. They are asking me to do things like panels and "autograph sessions." Meanwhile, I am wondering if there will be more than three attendees who have any interest in my work.
So, if you are going to be in or near Vancouver on the 19th, 20th or 21st, please swing by. Stop by my table and buy a book. Attend one of my panels. Watch me cry if you are the only other person in the room. It's an exciting opportunity that you do not want to miss!
Speaking of the panels... I'm still trying to figure out what I'm going to do at them. I've never done a solo panel before! What would you, the Sam and Fuzzy reader, want to hear about most? Art technique? Website creation? Making "a living" on the internet? Ferret wrestling? Drop me an email and let me know... especially if you plan on attending!
Word two: insoluable
It sounds like folks are starting to recieve their copies of the new book in the mail. If you've got yours, drop me a line and let me know how much you love it. Or despise it. I suppose that's always a possibility. If you hate laughter.
I'm still trying to put together another reprinting of the first book, but unfortunately it looks like it will be at least a month before that comes together. I will keep you posted!
She rides in a car like a queen on a card
Today is a holiday here in Canada, and boy, do I feel like I could use it. Of course, I just took a week off to go to Comic-con, but Comic-con has a habit of feeling even more exhausting than actual work does!
Actually, even though it was only a couple of weeks ago, I am already busy thinking about next year's convention! Because next year, Dayfree is going to destory San Diego, clocking in with twice the cartoonists and double the booth-size. It will be awesome. Intimidatingly awesome.
Have you been reading this latest storyline deal over at Scary Go Round? Because it's swell. But be warned... if you read this story there is a danger that Esther and The Boy will become your two favourite characters. The guilt of betraying Shelley will haunt you into the wee hours of the morning.