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This weekend I’ll be in Chicago at CAKE! Friday Robots are, of course, going with me for the ride…

This is probably as close as I’ll get to collaborating with Jeff Tweedy.

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CAKE this weekend!

A gentle reminder to all of you in the greater Chicagoland area: I’ll be exhibiting at the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo this weekend! CAKE seeks to answer the question, Is there a greater force for good than Neil Brideau? Neil and his posse of comics friends have truly made something special.  I can’t wait to come be a part of the very first CAKE.
Take a gander at this amazing list of artists! I will be found at table 79, nice and cozy next to the creator of the Foldy Comic, Kenan Rubenstein. Come on down Saturday or Sunday. It’ll be worth your trip. I promise not all the comics there will be as staggeringly depressing as some Chicago cartoonists’.

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Hello dear readers,
As you know Falling Rock has gone on permanent hiatus, at least as far as dailies go.  I’m going to begin working on the next iteration of Falling Rock, but in the meantime there is no need for despair!  For I’ve just sent Falling Rock Book 6 to Pinball Publishing.  Where would Falling Rock be, in print, if not for this great little press located in sunny Portland, Oregon?  Convention attendees across the country have remarked upon the cool chipboard covers all Falling Rock books, since book 3, with Carver sitting on a tree, sport.  There is no more fitting material for my drawings than the recycled paper and soy ink Pinball uses.

Falling Rock book 6 (or Falling Rock 2012, as it will be known henceforth) will arrive a few weeks before I jet off to my next convention in sunny Chicago, Illinois.  It will, of course, also be available for purchase from my website.  Check back for updates; I’ll have the form up soon for preorders.  I can’t wait for all of you to hold this last collection of Falling Rock dailies in your hot little hands.

As a bonus (“value added”), I re-drew a strip from last year that I hadn’t made in time for Scenic BywaysThis strip deserves to be in print; I re-drew it with a brush so it will look consistent with the rest of the strips in the collection.