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if you are an individual, just a wee bug, and would like to order any of the following books you can purchase them using paypal below or you can do what the kindly old dustbugs do and send your name, address, the appropriate dollar amount & the title you're interested in to :
insect ash: comics & stories
p.o. box 30
hilltown, pa 18927
questions? contact: insector general
"heyday comics issue five: origin/longnight " two complete stories. 1st in "origin": what price is paid for power? do you lose sight? do you lose soul? if nothing is everything can you lose anything at all? then in "long night": the journey of h, the animus, continues. sleep is gained. thoughts are drained. the stars are plain and blankets maim. 28 pages. digest sized comic. $3.00
"heyday comics issue four: kodos/medium " two complete stories. 1st in "kodos": it's a soupy mix of gods, slaves & servants sprinkled with loss, envy & power objects. then in "medium": what happens when you try to leave a monstrous sized problem in your past. can it be done? 24 pages. digest sized comic. $3.00
"bookface"what kind of beautiful dream will detach and fly away when the deformed father of freaky footprints plants an abnormal stamp upon your brow? 24 pages. magazine format. $5.00
"heyday comics issue three: dazzaleth " out of the whispering wind, below the omnious field, underneath the unfamiliar stone and into the depths of the teeming writhing battle weary worms we go. another lost soul loses some more but there is balance and there is gain. 24 pages. digest sized comic. $3.00
"heyday comics issue two: h.p. lovecraft "garden & despair-two poems by h.p. lovecraft. illustrated by daniel elisii. 24 pages digest sized comic. $3.00
"heyday comics issue one: the animus" the anchor sits in silence under an ugly sky. who holds the anchor not only holds the world in place but holds the stories in that world together. in those stories the world pours out hurt and the land stirs up souls to receive it. this is one of those stories. 24 pages. digest size comic. $3.00
"the same antique routine" how do you avoid your enemies? you make them your friends. how do you escape death? you don't. this book is about life & losing it in a snap. it's about being caught in a pattern of sadness that you make yourself. it's about 20 pages long & it has pictures.$1.00
"banana boom"a 20 page mini-book with pictures. a friendship falls apart while rotten fruit is eaten. thats the story in a sentence. it's also about control, independance, emptiness and change. $1.00
"wandering caterpillar"a 20 page mini-book. no pictures. life, death, greed, a wheel, some honey and a wandering caterpillar. a snapshot sequence of everyday events. i want what you have. you want what i have. it never ends well. $1.00people say:
Brooke Y. of the Salt Lake City Public Library: "it was a great story and helped make a dreary day slightly less dark and boring"
Boone from The Trouble With Normal: "this mini book is a short and sweet read. it is a cautionary tale involving a fly, a dreamer, a trade of a wheel for honey and what envelops from these initial plans. within the story themes of missed oppurtunities, greed, regret et al are woven in without being preachy or condescending to the reader. the result is a tale that can be a good read for kids without talking down to them. it's an admittedly brief read, but one that reveals more than one might think. this is something worth checking out."
Chris from Slug and Lettuce: "this is a short little fable stoy about a fly with a wheel and a dreamer with a bucket of honey and the trade they ty to make. it's short and self described as all ages. it's put together like a mini-book. cute. and brief."
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