debate antidote

October 1st, 2008

If you’re in NYC, get yourself to the First Annual Sarah Palin Book Club Fundraiser at Cattyshack! Thursday night October 2! 7pm! Help raise some much-needed dough for the Lambda Literary Organization.

Uh oh.

July 21st, 2008


I’m so pumped about my file purge, I can’t stop organizing.

low on memory

July 16th, 2008


Here’s a little movie about my progress with the office reorg.

what th’?

July 15th, 2008

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I don’t know what’s going on with the blog…that last post has disappeared a couple times, and now it seems to have lost its comment box. Let’s see what happens with this one.

jiminy christmas

July 7th, 2008

mail comic
I just went to the Post Office after being away for almost two weeks. The postmaster said “What’s going on?” because I Read the rest of this entry »


July 2nd, 2008


I’ve had a couple of funny experiences lately. Last Saturday, my girlfriend Holly and I were wandering around the Brooklyn Botanical Read the rest of this entry »

Extra! Extra!

June 24th, 2008

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Hot off th’ press! Here’s the edition of the Daily Distress that my publisher printed up to promote The Essential Dykes To Watch Out For to booksellers. Thank you again a zillion times to everyone who contributed to it. UPS just delivered the copies today. I’m sorry, but Katie and I have had a hard time coordinating our schedules and she’s still working on contacting everyone who submitted an article or an ad. The folks whose work made it into the final version will be receiving a copy shortly, along with the original cartoon artwork of their choice. And everyone else who submitted something that didn’t make it into the issue, we’ll be contacting you soon to get your snail mail address so we can send you a copy.

I’ll have some copies left over, so if anyone wants one, mail a self-addressed, stamped envelope to me at PO Box 215, Jonesville, VT, 05466. If you don’t want it all folded into origami, send a big 9 x 12 one. Dunno how much postage that’ll take. Two stamps? Three?

we live in interesting times

June 17th, 2008


I’ve been meaning to do a formal post here about the Amazon Bookstore in Minneapolis closing. As I sat down to do this just now, Read the rest of this entry »