Monthly Archives: February 2008

Thoughts on Self-Publishing

My good friend (plus excellent writer and God-pimp) Maurice Broaddus recently wrote a nice essay on why he hasn’t self-published.  Go read it.  It’s a good essay, and every part of it is true, especially the “Money should flow to … Continue reading

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Bracing for Impact

Three days left until STAPLE! and the official start of my convention season.  True, I don’t have a big convention season.  I don’t know how I’d ever afford one.  Truth be told, I don’t know how much longer I’ll be … Continue reading

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Another Year Older… Not Bad

I turn 31 tomorrow. Now, before you run for the hills, let me assure you this is not one of those “I feel old” posts. Nope. I like turning 31. No problems with it or the aging process. Balding at … Continue reading

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Now Available at Horror-Mall

Horror-Mall has recently started carrying all of my graphic novels.  If you’ve been looking for a chance to pick up one or all of them, here it is! Drive A Trip to Rundberg Brian Keene’s Fear

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Upcoming Appearance: STAPLE!

On March 1st, I’ll be appearing live in front of your steaming eyes at STAPLE! The Independent Media Expo (and best comic con in at least 300 miles). This will be my fourth year at STAPLE!, but I’m more excited for … Continue reading

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Joining The World Again

The last ten days could best be described as “A Clusterfuck of Epic Size.” Between the countless hours of sitting around waiting, visiting family, pouring over manuscript pages, checking emails, leaving work, trying to fit more work in because I … Continue reading

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Falling down the hole again

I skipped most of Lost’s third season.  After facing the unbearable bore that was their six-episode mini-season, I just couldn’t stand to subject myself to any more.  What had once been enthralling television was reduced to a plodding, lackluster mess … Continue reading

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