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The Finish Line

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

This will be a brief update, because I am approaching two finish lines: the Presidential election and ASK NOT.

Today I began work on the final chapter of ASK NOT, but will interrupt that tomorrow to work all day at the local Obama campaign office with Barb. I am grateful to my friends, fans, readers, or whatever else brings you here, that we haven’t descended into anything overtly political. It’s tough, feeling as deeply as I do about this particular election, keeping it to myself (and I haven’t completely succeeded). It’s bad for business to alienate any of your readers, and I hope I haven’t.

I was more overt about my position over at Facebook, and one fan used my post to attack the President and make what struck me as a strident case for the other candidate. That’s the problem with opening this can of worms: most of us have long since made up our minds, for whatever reason. Obama and Romney supporters arguing is a colossal waste of time. I only used Facebook to try to convince those independents and fence sitters why I feel – and think – as I do.

The first interview about TARGET LANCER has appeared at the Big Thrill.

Those topless girls are reading my stuff again; check this NSFW pic at Comicmix.

And here’s a nice little ANTIQUES ROADKILL review.

Remember what Al Capone said to his people each election day: “Vote early and vote often.”


Bye Bye, Baby On Tour

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
The Valley Ho in Scottsdale, a trip into 1956 in the very best way.
Hard at work in Scottsdale.
Our new winter home (Taliesin West).
What’s wrong with this picture? San Diego convention center minus superheroes, zombies and my family.
Hard at work in San Diego.
At Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego.
At Book Carnival in Orange, California.
Meanwhile, in New York, at the Topless Pulp Fiction reading group (where Barb forbids me a personal appearance)….
[Full-size, uncensored photo linked here for work safety — Nate]

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