Tim O’Shea interviewed me for the swell Robot 6 sector of Comic Book Resources, and you can find it here. I tried not to say the same things about the same things, as a rival philosopher once accused Socrates of doing. But I’m no Socrates, so maybe I did. At the end you’ll find out more about what I should be writing instead of this blog post, though…
Please come see Friendship 7, Gemini IV, Apollo 11, and me on Saturday the 26th at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. I’ll be signing T-Minus there from 2-4pm. I suppose I could be more excited and honored by this but I’m not sure how.
The National Book Festival is also happening that day, outside on the National Mall itself, so if you’re heading over plan to leave yourself some extra time to get around and look around.
…or maybe it will be the next, next big thing, depending on publishing schedules. Enough crypticality: If you’d like to take a sneak peek at an upcoming book, head on over to Maris Wicks’ blog and, well, sneak that peek.
The book will feature The Peak, too, in case the above wasn’t cryptic enough.