Solve for Sustainability | Thank you!

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Butt In Chair | Watch it again!

Butt In Chair Get your copy of the [Workshop] Worksheet Get the WORKSHEET Check out the FREE Creative Engine Masterclass and discover the full power of the 4-phase creative process (You can get $180 off the Creative Focus Workshop there too!) LEARN MORE Explore Finish Line Coaching for personalized 1:1 support for finishing and launching…

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Prioritize Like a Pro | Thank you!

It’s time to get your priorities straight! Your next steps: Check your email for the message from Jessica Abel (contact@jessicaabel.com) Click the link in the email to access the Prioritize Like a Pro workshop + worksheet Add me to your contacts to make sure you get the follow up emails Questions? Email me at contact@jessicaabel.com!…

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Out on the Wire is out in the world + USA book tour dates

Out on the Wire: the Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio, my comics documentary on the narrative ideas and techniques of the new generation of top audio producers hit the bookstores last Tuesday. And I’m making a few stops for book events in the USA in September. I hope you’ll come see me; I’d be thrilled to get a chance to sign your books for you.

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Angoulême festival 2015! Trish Trash!

In addition to the usual festival craziness, this year’s event will be particularly exciting for me, as it will mark the first time I’ve originated a book in French, with a French publisher, thus achieving a goal I set for myself the very first time I went to FIBD, back in 1998 (although then I said I wanted to do it in 5 years). True fact. Ask Tom Devlin.

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Trish Trash avant première: I get to see my new comics 2 months early.

Friends, it gives me a lot of pleasure to announce that the first moment I put my hands on a copy of Trish Trash: Rollergirl sur Mars (vol. 1 of 3), I was standing outside a comics museum, watching a roller derby demo. Thomas Ragon, my editor, had put a lot of pressure on the Dargaud studio to get the book printed two months before the official release date, so I could be standing there on the chais Magelis, wiping a light drizzle off the fresh, offset-printing-ink smelling pages.

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