Monday, December 11, 2017

Cracking the local scene

Hey kids, I know that I haven't posted here in quite some time, but well, I relocated from the North East to Richmond, VA and well, it has been taking some time to get acclimated to the local scene, but well, I haven't been completely dormant.

To be sure, I do spend most of my time these days on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, but, That's not all I've been doing. I'm still assembling books for both Jim Main (Main Enterprises), and Roger Keel (Stone Island Comics), as well as writing and editing comics for Red Anvil (Cyberines, Unit 5). I also did the layout and production for Joe Martino’s prose novel, The Way of the Gray. So, you know I've been keeping busy.

Needless to say, if there is anyone out there who is looking for a reasonably talented, nearly famous writer for writing, editing, and/or production, hit me up.

Meanwhile here are a couple of articles that I've written over the past couple of years.

The first one was while I was the Deputy Registrar of Voters in Norwalk, CT where I discussed how we introduced technology to improve voting and decrease costs to the city (several of which were adopted by the the state to be used in other municipalities)

 The second article was for RVA Magazine here in Richmond, and talks about the growing comicbook community here. (Oh, and I just recently learned that RVA is the 5th hippest city in the good ol‘ U.S. of A.! How cool is that?)

OK, that’s about it for now. I promis to (try) and come back here a tad more often, but now I have to go back and finish writing a Golden Age Owl Girl script or InDELLable Comics new title, (Popular Comics).