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#346: You Wouldn’t Steal a Purse…

April 9, 2009

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #345: You Wouldn’t Steal a Car…

Okay, so! The winners of the Multiplex/Night Projectionist Give-away are… (drumroll)…

Jesus Desaad, with "Unwitting Accomplice."

matixd, with "Surprise!"

stevetuk, with a story that could've been the beginning of an awesome Asian horror flick I mean porno, if he weren't such a scaredy-cat.

Congratulations (and condolences) are due to the winners. Winners: Drop me an e-mail with your real names and addresses and I'll get your FANTASTIC PRIZES (a copy of The Night Projectionist #1, signed by writer Robert Heske and also a copy of the so-old-it's-undead Multiplex eBook #1)

I also just decided that three runners-up will get the eBook only (because I only have three signed copies of The Night Projectionist): yessika (even though she cheated by telling two stories), Elegiac (even though he told a story about his parents), and pope suburban. Just like the others, drop me an e-mail to collect your fabulous prize, although I don't need your mailing address.

Thanks all the same to everybody that entered, and if you didn't, don't forget that you can still read The Night Projectionist Noir online every week.


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