Not with each other… grossy!

So Cierra and I will be out and about this month attending all sorts of events. Not so much related to the comic but still interesting perhaps?

For Will:

The play, “The Kitchen Witches”, is almost over! You only have one week left to see it! Info.

Two short plays I wrote have been accepted into a short play festival called, “9 for 9 Short Play Fest“. Those plays, “Missed Connection” and “Iphis”, are available for your reading pleasure on the play page as well. I recommend seeing the shows on Oct. 8th because there will be a short talkback afterwards so you can pick our brains. It’s cheap and fun (like your mom) so come out (like your dad)!

In addition to the above plays, I also have another play/scene in a project titled “Food! A Play with Music” at ASU West. The project is weird, but basically I wrote a 10-mintue play that I later had to adapt into a scene of a much larger project. The play originally accepted is called “Why Weight?” (also on the play page) but the rewritten version is drastically different and will remain un-posted until the project has finished.

All this while working as a server, teaching acting, and keeping you supplied with a steady stream of IDK Comics!

Speaking of IDK (in an IDK Blog? Strange I know!) We had a huge spike in viewers on Saturday. I’m not sure what caused it but we jumped from an average 7k page views to 92k page views. I want to say StumbleUpon had something to do with it, but I can’t say for sure. Anyway, continue hitting those share buttons and talking about us to your friends!

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And for Cierra:

… She has an art gallery opening this week! Not all of her stuff but she has a piece featured which is awesome. She can tell you all about her stuff. Ready go!

New poll off to the side!

What else would you like from us?

Thanks everyone for all your support and loyalty! Your comments are funny!/interesting!/argumentative!

-Will

An artist is a creature driven by demons. He doesn’t know why they choose him and he’s usually too busy to wonder why.
- William Faulkner

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