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A Larger Lagoon

Regarding yesterday’s posting of the map to the Webcomics Ghetto o’ Fun, Bill Barnes writes:

Our part will be pretty awesome too. For the second year running we’ll be in the front of the Independent Publisher’s Pavilion in booth 2300, catching folks as soon as they walk in the front door. And I bet there are some other, totally awesome webcomics folks scattered around the hall too. Let’s make a bigger map?

Excellent thought, Bill. So, webcomics creators — send me your booth address, and I’ll see what kind of map we can work up that’s as inclusive as possible. And speaking of Mr Barnes, rumor has it he’ll be doing the webcomics panel moderation thang again this year, which is always a treat.

And, in case you missed it (I did too): interstate print media (okay, an alt-weekly with editions in Boston, Providence, and Portland, Maine) is spreading the word about some of the quirkier kids in the webcomics sandbox. Nice overview, good read.

That rumor is unfounded. But from what I understand there will be some other great webcomics programming for us all to look forward to.

I’ll be chilling out in the small press area at the New Reliable Press table (booth #M5). Jamie Dee Galey, my Filth Hole life-partner, will be there too.

Khoo and I will be taking over the “business of webcomics” panel this year. I’ll post details at PvP soon

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