By Trent Wilkie, Sherwood Park News
Monday, June 17, 2013
One of the perks of being a community journalist is that you get to meet people who, like yourself, are doing things because they love to.
It isn’t like people doing things they love is a rarity, but every once in a while an opportunity to work with like-minded people rears its head.
Such an occasion has happened recently with the Strathcona County Library, its writer in residence and a local comic book illustrator whose business attire is “cowboy casual.”
Sally Neal, the communications assistant at the library, and writer in residence Natasha Dean have constructed an idea where a local writer, namely me, and a local artist, namely Daniel Schneider of Smashed Head, combine our wiles in creating a comic book that is relevant to the community.
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