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While looking through my file cabinet, I found some cartoons and comics related to writing that I cut out and saved in the mid-90s. Over the next few Tuesdays, I will share them with you. 9 more words


Towers of Strength and Sanity

This weekend was the occasion for a major clean-out around here; Joe and I hosted a reading and party in our home / zine library, and we expected (and very happily got) a larger crowd than we’ve had for these events before. 1,566 more words

The Peanuts Movie

Opening next month, Snoopy is coming to the big screen!

I like the look of the animations in this trailer; Snoopy and Woodstock look like the cartoons that I remember which were originally drawn by the late Charles M Schulz. 17 more words


Charles M. Schulz--The Complete Peanuts: 1955-1956: The Definitive Collection of Charles M. Schulz's comic strip masterpiece: Dailies & Sundays (2005)

SOUNDTRACK: BUILT TO SPILL-Perfect from Now On (1997).

Built to Spill moved to the major labels and everything changed. No that’s not true. The band (well, Doug mostly) just sounds more serious about their music. 1,492 more words

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October 2 in history:

“Good ol’ Charlie Brown…How I hate him!”  That was the punchline for the first “Peanuts” comic strip that appeared in newspapers on October 2nd, 1950.   111 more words

Today In History

This year you'll be able to ship your holiday packages using Charlie Brown stamps

The U.S. Postal Service has issued postage stamps for the holiday season to honor the 50th anniversary of “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” which aired for the first time on December 9, 1965, … 123 more words


The Peanuts Movie, Charlie Brown, and Charles Schulz

By Rob Siebert
Editor, Fanboy Wonder

It’s a little surreal to see all the Peanuts publicity over the last several months. I was never much of a fan when I was a kid. 397 more words

Rob Siebert