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29th October 2009

2:47am: NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOR - Radar video
The mini-documentary series Radar did their first ever episode on Next-Door Neighbor, the truelife webcomics anthology edited by Dean Haspiel, featuring many artists from ACT-I-VATE. Radar just converted all their fab docs into embedabble versions, so here's the one about NDN and read the comics free @ http://smithmag.net/nextdoorneighbor

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/bg-3015272/radar_one_next_door_neighbor/



Radar One - Next Door Neighbor - Click here for funny video clips
10:42am: TONIGHT: THE ACT-I-VATE SALON / Book Court at 7pm
We've selected six stories that will be read from the ACT-I-VATE PRIMER for our ACT-I-VATE SALON at Book Court tonight from 7pm - 9pm.

Book Court is located at 163 Court Street in Brooklyn, NY. (718) 875-3677. F or G train to Bergen Street subway stop. http://www.bookcourt.org/

"Cactus" by Michel Fiffe and friends
"When Lilly met Cosmo" by Simon Fraser and Becky Cloonan
"Slow News Day" by Molly Crabapple and John Leavitt
"Veils" by Mike Cavallaro and friends
"Bring me the heart of Billy Dogma" by Dean Haspiel and Joan Reilly [and, MAYBE, a surprise guest]
"All men are whores" by Maurice Fontenot

The readings shouldn't take more than an hour and then all the readers, including other contributors to the ACT-I-VATE PRIMER will sign books for the rest of the event before heading off to a nearby bar for celebratory drinks.

Hope to see you there!

12:42pm: PopMatters reviews the ACT-I-VATE PRIMER
http://www.popmatters.com/pm/review/115439-the-act-i-vate-primer/

"As someone who already spends more time in front of a computer than I would like, I often have trouble remembering to keep up with the webcomics I enjoy and feel intimidated by works that require me to catch up on 200 pages of backstory to enjoy the newest page. The ACT-I-VATE Primer serves as a good print introduction to these works, and I hope some of the longer running stories on the site find their way into print as well."
--Zane Austin Grant
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