December 20, 2001: Mini FAQ!
Q: Are you just making Shutterbug Follies up as you go along? It's getting complicated. I'm nervous.
A: No, I've got it all planned out. Relax.
Q: How far along are we in the current story?
A: Just about halfway. I'll be putting up a page approximately every two weeks henceforth until this story is finished, at which point I hope to resume a weekly schedule with THE NEXT STORY.
November 12, 2001: Back in the saddle!
Many thanks to
readers who have not cursed my name too much while I've been neglecting
the web site I had to show a readable draft of the whole story to
my publisher, and hence had to pencil my way to the end of the book.
That's finished, so now I can finish inking and coloring, and uploading
October 30, 2001: Print format samples available!
I've substantially altered my pitch to weekly papers, such that a miscellany of formats and color variations are shown in-situ on mocked-up tabloid pages.
October 3, 2001: Join Bee's mailing list!
Now you can avoid the disappointment of obsessively checking to see if the next episode is up--I can email you a notice when it is. Simply email me at email@example.com and ask to be put on the list. If you like, you can include your mailing address in order to receive any old-fashioned paper mailings I may elect to send out.
July 18, 2001: Bee will be a book!
I just signed
a contract with Doubleday
for a full-color hardcover edition of Bee's first adventure. Shutterbug
Follies will be on sale in October of 2002 at fine booksellers
and comic book shops across the U.S.A. and Canada.
I finally have gotten around to putting up all the nice letters I received in response to Jack's Luck Runs Out. New correspondence will be included as it arrives.