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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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Kent Burles – Kirby Enthusiast

When I attended Toronto Wizard World in 2011, I brought along a sketchbook. My hope was to get several artists to sketch Dill. I imagine some of them talked with each other afterwards and referred to me as “that armadillo … Continue reading

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Tygenco 1

This was the first time I saw Dill outside of my imagination. And Alissa knocked it out of the park. Clicking on the picture will take you to her DeviantArt page, where you can see more of her amazing work.

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The Joys of Writing: Creating Dilbert Pinkerton (and Tony Castillo)

Dilbert Pinkerton was killed off in his first appearance. True story. That was the plan, anyway. He was created purely as a throwaway, nothing character. He was cannon fodder and nothing else. Until Gilbert Stack saved Dill’s life. Let me … Continue reading

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