by Stanley Lieber

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ISBN-10: 1722186666
ISBN-13: 978-172218666

No.7 | livejournal, rss | Sun, 28 Oct 2012 02:29:10 GMT

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book one of three

96 pgs.

by stanleylieber

No.6 | livejournal, rss | Sun, 28 Oct 2012 01:44:43 GMT

A short adventure starring Piro and Actron. 36 pgs.

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No.5 | 1oct1993, other, rss, tumblr | Fri, 31 Aug 2012 19:32:41 -0500


Stanley Leiber writes some weird stuff. Equal parts Henry Miller, Sayonara Zetsubou-Sensei, and cheap military paperbacks, his work defies easy classification—but who would want to classify something about time-traveling drug dealers, cultist comic book writers, and scam-artist child prodigies?

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No.3 | rss | 2010-12-24 02:28:52

    to	stanley.lieber@gmail.com
    date	Fri, Dec 24, 2010 at 1:27 AM
    subject	CUT THE "B.S." YOU "FAG"
    mailed-by	hotmail.com hide details 1:27 AM (13 hours ago) no, i dont know. im just kidding; drunk, not hostile. but i think its cool
    that you posted those questions i asked you on the website for your novel.
    i showed my girlfriend, wondering if it would make her think i was a really
    cool person. i guess not. thank you anyways. but what is the "real 'deal'" with with "anyways"? how old are you/where did you go to school/what happened to you to make you
    write these odd stories? i can guess at classic comics. but drop the crap; what is your objective? ill request you be as clear as
    possible with how you explain your answers but i cant expect anything i guess. anyways, i find an affinity in what you post and how it tends to relate to
    my own concepts. gay gay gay. peter s.

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No.2 | rss | 2010-10-22 01:14:09

The Print Edition of 'CRASH ORIGIN', the 48 pg.
preface/addendum to my novel, 1OCT1993,
is now available at Amazon.com.

No.1 | mail, theory | 2010-10-08 03:53:45

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from Stanley Lieber <stanley.lieber@gmail.com>
date Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 2:29 PM
subject Re: Hey, read this
mailed-by gmail.com

Hi Pete,

Thanks for your curiosity. These are some tough questions to answer,
but I'll give them a try.

> what is this all about?

In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court
for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a
maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground, where they
encountered my father, crossing the street at a crosswalk.

They ignored him.

Five years later, I was born.

Subsequently, I spent five years writing a novel called 1OCT1993.

> who are you and what is the idea behind the book

I'm not really Stanley Lieber. A lot of the characters in the book are
from a comic series I made with my cousin when we were in grade
school. A few years ago I started doing new ACTRON strips. You can
find most of them at massivefictions.com.

> what is massive fiction and how does it relate to the green?

MASSIVE FICTIONS is the name of my publishing company. It's also the
name of a publishing company set up by Pennis Mold in the novel.
Eventually, the company employs another of the characters, Rimbaud,
and finally goes out of business, owing to the shrinking demand for
prose/graphic fiction in the late 22nd century.

Fortunately, the world had already ended in 1993, so few jobs were
affected by the company's failure. (Rimbaud's being one notable

> i also have looked at text adventure #1 and i found it interesting

The first seven issues of TEXT ADVENTURE form a sequel, of sorts, to
1OCT1993. Starting with issue #8, I've begun a new novel (currently

> obviously i dont expect you to divulge the purpose or goal behind everything
> i just want a little sense of what it is you're doing

Faire la perruque, whatevs.

Thanks for writing. If you wouldn't mind, I'd like to run this
exchange as an interview on a couple of my websites. If you would
rather not be credited that is understandable.


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