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The Joys of Writing: A Description of Dilbert Pinkerton

Recently, I contacted an artist friend to about drawing an artist profile of Dill. It’s to get the right look and details for a plushie designer my girlfriend contacted for a Christmas gift for me. Honestly, this was an interesting … Continue reading

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The Joys of Writing: Characters Taking Over

While I’m blanking on any names off hand, I’ve read interviews from writers where they discussed a character taking over. That character will surprise them, throw a wrench into the works, or do something so unexpected and yet totally in … Continue reading

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The Joys of Writing: Idea Bouncing

A common question asked of many writers is “Where do you get your ideas?” Inspiration, of course, comes from multiple sources. Sometimes, a dream inspires a new story. Seeing a movie or reading a book sparks an idea. Just seeing … Continue reading

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Pro Se Presents: The Podcast!

http://prosepodcast.libsyn.com/pro-se-presents-the-podcast-nick-piers-author-of-city-of-smoke-and-mirrors-a-dill-mystery Pro Se Press’ head honcho, Tommy Hancock had me on his podcast recently. We discussed The City of Smoke & Mirrors, my influences and inspirations, the writing process, and whether there’s a Dill/Don Komodo BDSM slash fiction out there … Continue reading

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Bump in the Road – Part 7: Epilogue

(Bump in the Road is a multi-part story detailing my attempts to get into wrestling school and the wrestling business. Part 1 discusses my growing up on wrestling and some brief backyard wrestling. Part 2 dives into my brief time in Halifax, Nova Scotia and … Continue reading

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Marcus To

Another Dill sketch that I procured at Toronto Wizard World in 2011. This one’s by Marcus To, known best for his two-year run on Red Robin, a DC pre-reboot DC series. In terms of size and girth, To probably nailed … Continue reading

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Andrew “Dumaii” Mahaffy

I’ve known Andrew for quite a few years, dating back to when we worked together at Blockbuster Video. Really good guy; probably one of the more laid back, easy going people I know. He offered to draw Dill back when … Continue reading

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