For those who have never heard of Geiggityville, or its most well known resident, Dervin, the answer to the question, ‘Where exactly is Geiggityville?’ is probably meaningless.
To those familiar with either, you may already know the answer.
I am pleased to report I have forwarded to my publisher the contents of what will be the next ‘Time For Dervin’ book. Though technically it will be the second book, in many ways it will be the first.
‘Living Large In Geiggityville‘ is very much like a musicians first custom album…made up mostly demos. ‘Living Large In Geiggityville‘ would have never found its way between two covers had it not been for my amazing brother, Tony Darnell. It was his prompting, and with his most invaluable help, that a bunch of poorly drawn comic strips, done for the most part for the entertainment of a small circle of humor/philosophy ‘aficionados’, became an actual book.
The new book will be different in that, unlike the first one, I actually used software to help produce the final product. Many of the strips in ‘Living Large…’ were draw much like a tattoo…ink directly to the finished product with no room for error. Now, when one is talking about stick figure drawings it would be natural to question, how much is there to enhance? More than one would think.
So, I am pleased to announce that I hope to soon be able to share with everyone a portion of an interview I did recently on Dervin, its history and exactly where is Geiggityville.
In the meantime, have a great day and keep living large.