“I’m a storyteller, so I like Kickstarter,” Dan says.
His words emerge lispingly. It’s either because of the phone connection or his broken teeth.
He continues, “Anticipation mixed with uncertainty is the definition of…
I just ordered all the printing I need to get the first two issues of Top of the Line shipped on schedule. Now we just have to hit the goal early so that people can order this comic as a Christmas gift with confidence.
I’d like to remind everybody that by adding $20 to an order you can get this awesome Top of the Line screen printed t-shirt in your size. Add $10 to get a copy of Nate McDonought’s graphic novel Made Fun, or my hybrid novel, A Film About Billy. Books will be mailed out at the same time as the first comic issues. The shirts will come later since the number of shirts I’ll print in different sizes will depend on the orders I recieve.****add $10 for international (sorry guys)****
And don’t forget the special bonus poster for donations of over $26 from now to midnight on Black Friday (EST).Top of the Line 11x17 poster by Jim Rugg
I’ve committed to getting you these comics, but I still need your help to make sure it actually comes togeather.
Thank you all and happy holidays!
Like so many kids in 1980s Pittsburgh, Matthew Newton imagined a better scene and life anywhere else. He found a community playing in punk rock bands. But writing was his first love, and he majored in creative nonfiction at the University of Pittsburgh. Graduating in 2001, he realized he had chosen a field that would be difficult no matter where he lived. A native of Wilkinsburg whose parents moved to Plum just in time for him to be disaffected by high school, he stuck around and made a go of it, freelancing for national magazines and operating a small publishing business out of his house. In addition to full-time work on the South Side as assistant managing editor for the American Economics Institute, he continues to write creative nonfiction, hoping there might be a future in it, albeit
Mathew Newton, friend of the house, has a new auto-bio essay on Rumpus.net. Its about a man loosing his job, loosing what feels like everything, but is not.
NOT AT CYBERPUNK
7pm on May 29th
The Showcase will feature Sarah LaPonte.[sarahlaponte.com] Sarah is a talented photographer and author working on a…
Gunner LaBuff reads like no one else. Take a peek.
Laura A. Warman’s last performance at the Cyberpunk Apocalypse was like this. If you think YOU want to see more of this LIVE. Please join us on March 15th at 7 pm at the CYberPunk ApocALYpse 4 Warman Wheeler Mddey Ji Ventura + more.