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I’m going to be recording more interviews for the podcast over the next couple of weeks

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S03 Episode 1: Kelly Sauvage Angel, Writer

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Kelly is a writer who contacted me through the American Bandito Facebook page. She's written a book called "Om Namah..." available on Amazon. As she explains it's a story of healing from betrayal, discovering spiritual discernment, and the best ribs on the east side of Madison. We talk about the book while walking around the Atwood neighborhood in the fall of last year.

Plus, a segment from a series of pop-up interviews I did at the Hibernation Liberation event.

You can buy the book Om Namah... for Kindle or paperback here.

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How I draw my daily webcomic on my website

I go over the process for how I draw my daily webcomic I post on my website. I've been drawing this comic for about 4 years now . It's a diary comic called "Then This Happened..." I think of something that happens to me each day and I try to express it in four panels. No punchlines, just a slice of life from my day. Related link - Collected books of my webcomic from the past three years are available now on Amazon in eBook and paperback! In the video, I show how I use the program Medibang Paint which has a feature to create the panels automatically. Then I write out the text for each panel and the drawing settings I have been using on my  Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen . The story that I draw about in this video deals with a problem I've been having with an online distributor that has been claiming songs as theirs by my band Lorenzo's Music which I feel like that happens a lot! You can check out the finished comic on the website here ! 

More wasps.

I don't know why they freak me out so much.

Inside.

I still feel weird just going outside for no reason sometimes.

Dance.

I'm pretty sure I'll never find a situation to use it though.