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One doesn't create a multi-media empire like Ask Dr. Eldritch without being talked about. The following is a listing of reviews, interviews, news items and Internet links for all things Eldritch. Also, if I'm going to have a fan-appreciation event, reading, signing or such, details will be listed here.

December 4, 2009: I'm interviewed by Kirk Reidhaar at the Xcentrikz Interactive Cartoon, and and you can read the interview here! Check it out!


November 14, 2009:

This is the long-awaited announcement of my first book "Ask Dr. Eldritch Volume #1, Are Aliens Eating My Crackers?" It's a collection of letters from my advice column, with bonus Quick Tips to keep you safe in a dangerous world. You've read them on the web, or in the Newsletter, or seen them posted on circus animals. Now you can have your own hardcopy version, with cover art by Gilead!

To get your copy, you've got several options:

If you live in the Portland area, the Book Launch Party is on Tuesday, December 1, 2009! It will be at the Old Church, 1422 SW 11th, Portland, Oregon, from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m., in conjunction with the Willamette Writer's Book Faire. I'll be selling and signing books, along with about 20 other local writers. Do all your Holiday Shopping in one place! I expect to do a five-minute reading from the book, but I won't know exactly when during the event that will happen until that evening.

If you're not in Portland, you can purchase the book online at! Individually printed and shipped to you by mute book-printing monks from their monastery in the highest mountains of North Dakota.* If you like the book, feel free to give it a five-star rating!
Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

Want to try before you buy? Download the ebook! The electronic version has less content, but you can read it for free! And, of course, you can share it with your friends and family. Just click this button:
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So check it out, and if you like it, buy a copy! Or many copies! As always, thanks for encouraging my behavior!

* No, not really.

October 28, 2009: Created an Ask Dr. Eldritch fan page in Facebook.
September 25, 2009: Added Ask Dr. Eldritch to This will allow you to receive comics from the archive in your RSS Reader at a selected rate, so you can catch up (without having to go through hundreds of comics in one sitting)!
September 21, 2009: This comic became the first to rise to the Sonnet Challenge posed by
January 15, 2009: Gary Tyrrell of noted the 500th episode, and pointed out some interesting nudity facts for the comics immediately following it.
June 12, 2009: THe comic book Eldritchnomicon #1 is now available at!
April 18-19, 2009: Attended Stumptown Comics Fest! Two days of awesomeness the like of which the world has never seen!
January 9, 2009: My 500th Comic Press Release is picked up by both Comixtalk and The Webcomic List!
November 24, 2008: I was interviewed by Xaviar Xerexes of Dr. Eldritch In The House!
November 24, 2008: We got a shout out from Phil and Kaja Foglio in the awesome comic "Girl Genius!" Look on the back of the proclamation scroll: Girl Genius Online
May 8, 2008: My very first interview! Richard Pulfer of asked me a bunch of really great questions, and I replied as best I could! Paging Dr. Eldritch!
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