October 07, 2006



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If you're a school principal, you'll want to click on "School Programs". You might also want to look at some of the other stories that I've written and illustrated for Focus on the Family's Clubhouse Jr. Magazine. Just click on "Huckleberry Hollow". Click on "Portfolio" to see more of my illustration projects for books and magazines.

Some of you may be wondering, or not, about my upcoming "Honey, We're Killing the Kids" episode on TLC. I've been wondering too. The latest that we've heard is that it will be airing sometime this fall, when the show comes back for the second season. I'll keep you posted as details trickle in.

Our son, Eric, who's in college in Oklahoma, called my wife and I last night on our cell phone while we were at dinner. He wanted to let me know that my story blog, The Trowbridge Chronicles, (www.bronsmith.com/trowbridge) is being featured in Drawn, the popular web site for cartoonists, illustrators, and animators. (www.drawn.ca) If you want to check it out and you don't see it on the home page, it will be archived under: Illustration, Books, Blogs, and Cartooning. It only lasts a few days on the home page before it gets archived. I'm very excited and happy to have my blog featured in such a high visibility web site.

Our Mason County Cartoon Map is now released and posted on my cartoon map web site, www.funmapsusa.com. Click on "Maps", and scroll down. An Adventures in Mapland feature for Mason County is coming soon.

We are now well underway with our current map project, Lane County, Oregon.

I have lots of school assemblies and workshops lined up for this year. If you would like me to bring my Amazing Fast Draw Show to your school or event, you can learn more by clicking on
"School Programs". Thank you , one and all, at New Life Christian School, in Renton, Washington, for your kindness and hospitality. I was there for two days this week. I'll be returning for more workshops in a couple weeks.

That's it for now. Check back soon for more news from the outer edge of my ever-expanding Cartooniverse.


posted by Bron Smith at 9:01 AM

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