Monthly Archives: August 2011

Atomic Comics

Yesterday evening, various sources on Twitter began reporting that Phoenix, AZ comic book chain, Atomic Comics, had closed its doors and was going out of business. Sadly, the news is true. Recession, mishap, and customers going elsewhere for their entertainment … Continue reading

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A couple more reviews + Dozer

A couple more reviews just popped up on my medium-range scanners yesterday. (Short-range scanners are for incoming objects, such as rogue asteroids. Long-range scanners are for detecting Romulan incursions into the neutral zone. Medium-range scanners are for reviews.) At Jen … Continue reading

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Summer Review Rundown

It has come to my attention that some of you are not scouring the internet for the slightest mention of The Boy at the End of the World. Fortunately, I, the robot designated as Greg’s Head, have been doing  your … Continue reading

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A note about Kid vs. Squid availability

Hey, I’ve been hearing from people who’ve tried to order Kid vs. Squid from indie shops and been told it’s not available. To which I say, “Oh, by the Great Mollusk, it is DEFINITELY available!” But. There is an incorrect … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

I’ve got a relatively active fall shaping up, with store signings and school visits and library appearances and a book festival and online chatty things. Please plan all your vacations and weekends around them. Thank you. WEDNESDAY September 7 6:00 … Continue reading

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Interview: Adventures in SciFi Publishing

I had a great time talking to Shaun Farrell on the Adventures In SciFi Publishing podcast. I always have a great time talking to Shaun. Shaun was one of the first writers I met when I moved to San Diego, … Continue reading

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