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G. E. Gallas: Writer, Illustrator, Chocolate Maker | №2

G. E. Gallas: Writer, Illustrator, Chocolate Maker | №2
By G. E. Gallas • Issue #2 • View online
Welcome to issue №2 of G. E. Gallas’s new and improved newsletter. Here, I’ll keep you up to date on everything going on in my world. Don’t worry, I won’t bother you more than once a month at most. Thank you so much for all your support!

The Plague and Doctor Caim: New Review
Harrison Ostrosky and A Place To Hang Your Cape have recently posted a spot-on review of my plague doctor graphic novel, The Plague and Doctor Caim.
Doctor Caim is largely unlike anything I’ve read, and yet feels somehow familiar. …it remains melancholic throughout and is incredibly charming. By the end of the book, I grew to adore Doctor Caim…”
Click the link below to read the review!
Mask Up With "The Plague And Doctor Caim"
If you’d like to get your hands on your own copy of The Plague and Doctor Caim, click the link below!
The Poet and the Flea: New Review
Feral Publications has recently posted an enthusiastic review of my William Blake graphic novel/webcomic, The Poet and the Flea. It’s so wonderful to watch someone speak so passionately about my work. Be sure to check out the rest of Feral Publication’s YouTube channel. It looks like there are lots of cool videos about making zines and comics there.
Click the link below to watch the YouTube video!
Celebrating 100K+ Views on Tapas
The Poet and the Flea has now reached over 100,000 views on Tapas! Actually, as of today, The Poet and the Flea has reached 106,000 views on Tapas. This is particularly exciting news because I’m almost finished posting all of volume 1 and am planning on posting brand-new, never-before-seen pages of volume 2 later this year.
Click the link below to read The Poet and the Flea on Tapas!
Read The Poet and the Flea | Tapas Web Comics
Upcoming Interviews
Over the past week or so, a few podcasts and blogs have reached out to interview me. I’ll be sure to include information and links to those interviews in the next issue or two of this newsletter.
The Boy with Nails for Eyes on Kickstarter
My publisher, Cast Iron Books, is currently raising funds via Kickstarter for their newest title, The Boy with Nails for Eyes by Shaun Gardiner. There are just a few days left for their campaign and they’re working towards their last stretch goal.
Click the link below to check out The Boy with Nails for Eyes on Kickstarter!
The Boy with Nails for Eyes by Cast Iron Books — Kickstarter
Webcomic Recommendations
I’d like to take this opportunity to help promote two fellow comic book creators. I’ve come across two very interesting webcomics, The Commune (about a cult led by a mosquito man) by smokesalty and Mortal Advocate (about a zombie lawyer tasked with representing an ex-con) by aliumfungus.
To read The Commune and Mortal Advocate, check out the links below!
Read The Commune | Tapas Web Comics
The Commune | WEBTOON
Read Mortal Advocate | Tapas Web Comics
Mortal Advocate | WEBTOON
Comic Book Consultant: Hire Me!
Are you an aspiring comic book creator? Are you struggling with creating your first graphic novel? Hire me as a comic book consultant!
I can help you with…
  • The Creative Process: Writing, Illustrating, & Editing
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Self-Promotion and Social Media
  • Self-Publishing/Self-Printing
  • Webcomic Publishing
  • Kickstarter/Crowdfunding
  • Approaching Literary Agents and Publishers
  • Career Advice
  • AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!
For more information about hiring me as a comic book consultant, please click the link below!
Comic Consultant :: gegallas
That's all for now!
See you next time!
Best regards,
G. E.
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I'm a writer and illustrator best known for my graphic novels, "The Poet and the Flea" about the English poet-painter William Blake and "The Plague and Doctor Caim" about a 17th-century plague doctor!

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