Well, here we are again, my friends, and it’s time to sing that old tune: “How Do I Stretch My Campaign”? Well, the truth is…I have no idea.
Recently, Steve penned his notes on why the old ways of scifi are best. And colleague and friend aside, I’m going to have to disagree with him on this one. And, as a scifi writer myself (book’s coming soon to … Continue reading
Heya, Fantoprosketeers! Last week when we spoke (or when you read my…wait, I forgot to update last week) Last time when we spoke, I said I was going to go over the idea of perks. So, with that in mind, … Continue reading
Yup, here we go again. Why? Why not? Remember that last week we went over the basics of the business plan. Well this week, we’re going to go over the not-so-basics of the business plan, and I’m going to reveal … Continue reading
(and apologies to Kaiju Big Battel for borrowing their spelling. … Actually, I think I’m going to have to apologize to a lot of groops by the time this is over. Including Stereolab.) Well, welcome back to A Kick(Starter) to … Continue reading
…Kickstarter itself! It would like to thank the Academy, and to its gracious competitors, who also played stellar roles in their own movies, and….
Hi, and welcome back to my particular blundering through the world of crowdfunding. When you last left me, I was figuring out where I was going to go. Well, that really hasn’t been much clearer.
“Call me Ishmael.” This is the opening line of Moby-Dick, one of the most famous works in Western literature. It is of a man embarking on a journey, a single soul heading on a venture that would soon shape his … Continue reading
Today I’m going to talk about one of the things that is near and dear to my hear…no, wait, no it isn’t. It isn’t at all. For that matter, it probably isn’t one of yours, either. What is it, you … Continue reading
Here we are, in the Digital Age of Comics, where it’s a lot easier to get your comic out there, printed and primed, than in the past. There are places to sell them now, not every comic store is as … Continue reading