back from SPACE: read the award winning minicomic

We are back from SPACE, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, in Columbus Ohio.  This year’s show was the fifteenth in a series, and very sincere thanks go out to Bob Corby and his team for another great April weekend.  I laughed a lot, I learned a lot, and I brought home a stack of great comics.  Took a bunch of pictures, too, and had a few adventures (you’ve already seen my new lucky penny), and I’ll be sharing the best parts with you here.

But my personal high point this year was Perpetual Motion winning second place (it was a tie) in the Best Minicomic or Short Story category at the annual SPACE Prizes.  I have a particular fondness for this mini, particularly its cover, and I was very pleased that the judges liked it too.  I won this handsome plaque, and got to say a few incoherent words of thanks and everything:SPACE prize for blogIf you want to read Perpetual Motion, my official award-winning minicomic,  just click here.

(image taken with the New Phone Camera, which is turning out to be surprisingly good.  Click on the image and you can read not only the plaque but the cover of the comic quite clearly.)

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5 Responses to back from SPACE: read the award winning minicomic

  1. Tom Cherry says:

    Congratulations on your win, Pam! Sounds like you had a lot of fun at S.P.A.C.E!

  2. Rick Santman says:

    Drat. Now all I can think of is a bad piece of dialogue from Skylancer and Mai Tai.

    They’re getting dressed formally for a State dinner, where they’re heading up the security teams.

    (Straightens hem, smoothes skirt) “Can you see my silencer, Skylancer?”

    and later on,

    (Fumbles with bow tie) “Help me tie my tie, Mai Tai.”

    …I REALLY shouldn’t post before 6 AM, should I?

  3. Rick Santman says:

    DANG! Pam, please feel free to edit out this comment, I clicked the wrong link in my pre-coffee state of mind.

  4. Pam Bliss says:

    Will do, once I figure out how to. Reply to the correctly placed post will be posted in the correct place.

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