Plugs for the Month of June

The flyer for my solo June show at Gailey's

The flyer for my solo show at Gailey’s in June.

Hi there, goblinos and goblinas. It’s the first day of June and thus is time for me to plug some of my ongoing projects. First of all, if you’re in the Springfield, MO area tonight, stop by Gailey’s Cafe (220 E Walnut Street) and chat with me over wine and snacks while browsing my photography show there. I’m calling the set of nineteen shots “Street Seen” and it’s mostly images taken on the spur-of-the-moment in and around Springfield, Missouri. There’s also a few shots from Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and even a couple that I snuck in from elsewhere in the world.

While you’re in the neighborhood, I’ve also got smaller sets at Canvas Art Gallery (315 South Ave), and a slightly larger collection at Q Enotecta Wine Bar (308 W Commercial St) showing with some of artist Angela Forrest’s paintings.

If you’re not in Missouri this month (those will all be showing in those locations throughout the month of June), then stop by my photography website on the webernettubes at http://cpatrickstudios.zenfolio.com.

Then there’s the “daily” (ha!) webcomic at http://www.goblinbrook.com. and, of course, this blog. You can also follow me on Twitter @Parablehead and on Facebook as C. Patrick Neagle.

Other projects this month include editing my archive of essays and making them available as e-books. I’ve also got a few novels that need the same treatment or need to be sent out to agents — whichever I feel like at the time.

It’s going to be a busy month here at Goblinbrook Manor. Give me some encouragement in the comments section below. Cheers!

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