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Yes. Am here. But mostly just on email, with half an eye on Twitter some of the time. Busy day. Need to feed Paul more FREAKANGELS pages, among many other things. I don’t even dare switch on Google Reader right now. Bad enough I checked my "public" email account ( and found a bunch of new music by RxRy waiting for me.

Negat-ve Patterns by RxRy

I looked at Flickr earlier, just to get my eyes out of OpenOffice for a minute, and um well yes why don’t you see for yourself:


Thank you Lenora Claire.

Things I am thinking about besides where the cartoon arserape ghost version of Lenora Claire is going to stick her fingernails in my forthcoming hellish nightmares: wondering if Katie and Jack are moving copies of NANOKA, and wondering if a one-man magazine counts as a magazine.

Published in daybook


  1. Mathew Jensterle Mathew Jensterle

    That’s an interesting question. Honestly though, I think if the content is suited towards a magazine format then it is a magazine, regardless of the number of authors, though I can see why the history of the magazine would make you think there’s a risk of just making a book with a really floppy cover.

  2. Tim Nielsen Tim Nielsen

    Yeah, putting that level of defining rules on a medium or format doesn’t seem your style. Is a comic written drawn, lettered and edited by one person still a comic? Is a painting by one person unreasonable? One viewpoint can be limiting, and might be likely to produce bad material for a format, but not necessarily redefine it.

  3. James Bong James Bong

    This is the kind of picture that’s going to make a great story for the grandkids.

  4. Haha Warren as usual you’re cracking me up. I’d like to add that I was stone cold sober when the photo was taken and that technically I’m “working” in that photo. My life has turned extra kooky since leaving publishing ;)

  5. So far we’ve moved 54 copies over 8 countries in the 5 days it’s been out, if that information is useful to you.

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