As I explained on Tuesday, Chester Brown and I spent a lot of time together on Sunday, and much of it was used in signing books. The reason this took so long is that Chester did a unique custom sketch in each one, taking about half an hour each! I then left some space for a custom inscription, signed my name, and he signed, dated and numbered each one below that. There are only ten of these altogether, and each one is different. So I’m going to ask $50 for each one, plus a shipping & handling fee of $20, for a total of $70. If you’d like to buy one, please email me telling me which of the pictures you want and how you want the book inscribed; you can then PayPal me the cost and I’ll get it off to you right away! One of these is already spoken for, but the recipient isn’t picky about which one, so as of this morning all 10 are available (though obviously that will change as people buy them). If you’d like to see any sketch in more detail, just click on it. Thank y’all so much for your loyalty and support; if this goes well, we’ll do a signed and numbered edition of The Forms of Things Unknown as well. And naturally, it would also inspire me to get the book out all that much faster!
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