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You never call! Maybe you should instead? Seriously, we'd love to know what you think about RBS.


Occasional posts from (usually) Bram and (sometimes) Monica about comics in general, this comic in particular, art, design, publishing, visual culture, and far, far too many things about actual squirrels.


Passing along the word to friends about ACE, our friend Charlito let us know that his Indie Spinner Rack podcast was recently chosen as a top ten at USA Today's blog.


A little more news on the health of libraries, from ours.


Via Lines and Colors, the story of James Hart Dyke's year of painting MI6 and the accompanying slideshow at The Guardian. To me the extraordinary thing is the gestural brushstrokes that so evocatively capture the moment, and the linework evident in his pen and ink studies. This is more than a great story, it's great artwork.


After reading this and then this, took my lunch and did a little writing over at Collected Works today.


Squirrel Central favorite Carla Speed McNeill's Finder is, after more than a decade of self-publishing, now being published by Dark Horse. Here are some of her thoughts on the value of self-publishing.


Why can't this be a real movie?
Some heartening, contrarian news from McSweeney's on the state of publishing. And on libraries though, like much of their reporting, it's heavy on the big city (and one in particular).


February's 7000 BC meeting this Saturday in Albuquerque. See you New Mexico comics-makers there.


Table assignments are posted for STAPLE 2011. We'll be representing 7000 BC in the same room as before (though it's got a different name), just one over from our pal Stikmanz.

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