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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The ARABIAN BABBLER, VOL 2 ISSUE 8 OF THE POSTAL CONSTITUENT

Just sent out the new issue of the postal constituent. A contemporary folk tale about an unpredictable bird and a man who cares just a little too much about science.







The mailing is going out from Chicago, where I have just returned from, after a pleasant week of visiting family and friends. I am now preparing to go to Cleveland, then buffalo, then back to Chicago to attend the opening of two comics related art shows (Seriously Funny and Underground) at Woman Made Gallery (Four Issues of the Postal Constituent will be displayed!) and finally to Greensboro, North Carolina, where I will spending a month making art in a giant museum of things. So an exciting time all and all. I am going to also try to make the next postal constituent before I return to Chicago for the second time, so, with any luck subscribers might be receiving it a little early next month.

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