Archive for November, 2009


The new Candorville collection: “Katrina’s Ghost,” is on sale now at Just in time for War-on-Christmas!

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E-BOOK: $9.95
Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

This is the first Candorville book in almost three years, so it’s HUGE. Over 650 (I stopped counting) comics, plus a mind-blowing preface I first wrote in my head while sitting at Sonic Burger (“mind-blowing” refers mainly to the effects of the aspartamy Diet Coke I was sucking down through a straw at the time).

In Volume 3: After one too many humorous rejections from the New Yorker, Lemont Brown starts his own blog. But will a breaking scandal force him into the spotlight before he’s ready? Will his unbelievable interviews with Hurricane Katrina survivors land him a Pulitzer, or a padded room? And why are socially-awkward Federal agents watching his every move? Meanwhile, C-Dog devises a half-dozen shameless ways to raise funds to publish his new CD. But can he kill off his newfound conscience before it destroys his misogynist street cred? And how can Susan Garcia win her promotion if she’s so busy keeping an eye on her backstabbing assistant and living in denial about Lemont’s life-shattering secret?

Buy it now in paperback, or as an ebook (for those of you who don’t have much cash or crave instant gratification – you know who you are).