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Dr. Mark Dombeck

Dr. Mark Dombeck was nice enough to chat about my book over on his blog on An excerpt:

"It's for this reason that I like to support people who want to talk about mental illness. I particularly like to support people who have something creative to say about mental illness; who are able to present the story of their experience with mental illness in a manner that makes it easier for people who have not experienced it to begin to relate to it and understand. When Von Allan, a young graphic novelist hailing from Ottawa, Canada, approached me this week asking for my help in publicizing his recently published graphic novel “the road to god knows...”, it seemed the reasonable thing to do to help him get the word out."

One of the nicest things about publishing this story is that it's allowed me to get to know new people. People like Dr. Dombeck. The internet has changed both how we communicate and the ease of communication. In days past, I don't think it would have been that easy at all to connect like this. Nifty, huh?

About "the road to god knows..."

The road to god knows... is an original graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Von Allan. It features the story of Marie, a teenage girl coming to grips with her Mom's schizophrenia. As a result, she's struggling to grow up fast; wrestling with poverty, loneliness, and her Mom's illness every step of the way. With her Mom absorbed in her own problems, Marie is essentially alone while she learns to deal with the chaos in her young life.

148 pages, SRP $13.95 US, ISBN: 978-0-9781237-0-3

Stargazer! My new graphic novel!

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