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Six-Word Memoir Sequel Preview: Zombies!!!

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

By Larry Smith

Here’s a preview of one of the illustrated six-word memoirs from the sequel to Not Quite What I Was Planning, coming out this January. It comes from the incredible mind and hand of Rick Parker, best known as the artist of MTV’s Beavis and Butt-Head Comic Book, and veteran of Marvel Comics. Rick also illustrated SMITH’s Next-Door Neighbor installment, “Night of the Black Chrysanthemum,” in collaboration with Michele Carlo. We’re thrilled Rick’s a SMITH.

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