I'm back and will be updating regularly!
So, what's the haps, in my abs...cence...sense, never had any, y'all knew that!
I've been doing alot lately. I'm still in school, married, have now, 2.5 kids...the .5 would've been the unfortunate miscarriage we had recently, but we are here to be challenged in mysterious ways, and I just pray, then life goes on right?
I have lots of livejournal friends on here, but shit..we never speak! So to rectify that, and to hopefully help myself and my Indy Brothers and Sisters, I've got several new gigs!!!
Check it out!
I do a column called Indy Hunter over at www.investcomics.com ! I focus on reviews for Indy and small press comics, as well as interviews, a malicious mail bag with hot button topics, and tutorials within the In-DIY-Between-The-Lines segment!
Here's the link: http://www.investcomics.com/index.php?o
Also, I'm the publisher of BAM Too!, the Big Ass Mini! We are still grinding it out, it's taken longer than expected, but when you're dealing with real life, family, real world, and 400 plus pages, as well as over 73 contributors, sometimes Awesomeness takes a bit.
Now for what I want from you, my live journal friends!
You need to answer this! NO, I'M SERIOUS!!
This is the latest hot button topic for my Malicious Mail Bag Segment, and you'd be totally fucking Remiss, if you didn't include you input on this as I know, hell I personally know several of you, and have crashed on your couches even, know you all got a stake in this. Here's the diggs:
Hey peepholes, the next Indy Hunter Malicious Mailbag segment is loosely scheduled to hit in about two weeks and while I've gotten some good long responses on the first topic:
The second topic is one that just gets under my skin! It's regarding artist and how they "censor" themselves on the web.
For any of you writers, artists out there, what goes through your mind when it comes to posting your work online?
Do you think about your audience? Age? Sex? Location?
Do you think parents should be better parents and be monitoring their children's web surfing?
Should artists/writers, creative people constantly have to put up warning pages or blurbs on their website, no matter how it hurts the aesthetic of their sites?
Is it simply a case of giving into over-bearing, PTA conservative bias, to warn people of the subject matter of your sites and artwork?
I'd also like to hear from the other side of the convention table. The readers and audience, how do you feel about it when you're surfing online?
(please remember, anything you say and believe will be collected for the purpose of this topic and showed in the next Malicious Mailbag segment for the Indy Hunter column, over at www.investcomics.com
And also remember if you're a writer,artists, whatever to include a link to your work so i can pay it back to you when I publish the article friends!