e-Small World

SmallWorld-14A couple years back, I reprinted a collection of this odd comic strip which launched in 1952. Small World by Sam Brier handles adult concerns in kids in a different way than Peanuts does, by depicting two kids who are pretending to be adults… or is it adults drawn as children? Anyway, I’ve just come out with an ebook edition for the Kindle, for a mere $2.99.

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Spot the Dog

I publish things. I also research things. And really, the two efforts are often one and the same: I research stuff and find that it’s worth publishing; I publish stuff and in the process I’m doing research. That all just happened for me with a syndicated comics panel called “Spot” …

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Meet Peanuts!

One of the complaints that Schulz had about his strip being named Peanuts against his wishes is that it lead some people to think that one of the characters in the strip was named “Peanuts.” That was brought to mind when I read this particular strip in a book that …

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Be More Charlie Brown impends

I have now received my box of author’s copies of┬áBe More Charlie Brown, which will be officially released next week. This light-hearted self-help book is a follow-up to my earlier (and still available) volume, Be More Snoopy. As I always do with my new Peanuts-related hardcovers, I’m willing to send …