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Kenneth K Lamug
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Purveyor of Twisted and Tantalizing Visual Articles of Fiction · Author / Illustrator. Rep'd by @breeogden #SCBWI
Purveyor of Twisted and Tantalizing Visual Articles of Fiction · Author / Illustrator. Rep'd by @breeogden #SCBWI

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Don't miss my new book: A Is for Asteroids, Z Is for Zombies. A darkly comic fable that offers visions of the apocalypse for every letter of the alphabet. Starting with a father whose son has been asking questions about global dangers, A Is for Asteroids, Z Is for Zombies takes us inside our worst fears, laughing at some and taking others seriously. With macabre verse and fantastically gory illustrations, it provides gallows humor for our doom-haunted times.
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SCBWI & UNLV Writers & Illustrators Event Registration is now open. March 18-19 2017. Featuring Writers & Illustrators, Book Agents and Art Directors. Ellen Hopkins, C. Alexander London, Judy Schachner, Mary Hershey, Agent: Lara Perkins from Andrea Brown Literary Agency, Kristine Brogno, Design Director, Children’s Publishing, Chronicle Books. Have a one on one critique of your manuscript or portfolio. Illustrators Day on Sunday. Click this link for more information: https://nevada.scbwi.org/events/scbwi-nv-unlv-conference/
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Going camping soon? Do you like cool spooky ghost stories for the Dark Night by the Campfire? Well then stop looking because I found it. At the very least remember this one at Halloween because you know ghost stories are perfect for that time of year.
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Two wishes for this weekends Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con. #1 I hope to see you there. #2 I don't spend all my gils on wares.
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When I first came across The stumps of Flattop Hill I knew immediately that this would have been just the type of book that I would have wanted to read as a child. In fact, It’s just the sort of book I want to read now as an adult! As I opened the book I felt a strong sense of melancholy yet the more I read the more I found myself laughing at some of the nonsensical rhymes. I love the whimsical storyline and the dark, brooding illustrations that portray it. Both words and pictures convey something quite unsettling, that comes as a breath of fresh air to the over-sanitized picture book market.
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