One of the stories I’m best known for is a piece called “Ian”. The story was originally published back in 2005 by Ticonderoga Online and went on to be nominated for a Tin Duck (a runner-up, apparently, which surprised me). The main reason it’s a well known story is that it is listed under the Wikipedia entry for Ian. Don’t believe me? Look it up! (and thanks kind and thorough Wikipedia editor, whoever you are!).
It’s the sort of story people have emailed me about asking where they can find it (I just had one lady contact me two weeks ago on behalf of her son Ian – he’s now read the story and described it as “creepy”. Thanks, Ian!).
Now, thanks to the gentlemanly Brothers Gunther at LegumeMan books, you can download a free brand-new edition of “Ian” from their Free Series website. The story is accompanied by what has to be one of the coolest, funniest, and unsettling pieces of art I’ve seen. Do yourself a favour: download “Ian” and discover the secret behind the Ians of the world.
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