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Hello friends and family,

a film I wrote and also co-star in titled “We Gatta Eat” will be featured in The Boston Underground Film Festival this year in the Shorts category “J. Cannabals Tapas of Terror”, on Friday March 26th @ 5:45pm and Monday March 29th @ 7:30pm. Tickets are $10, $8 with a student ID and can be purchased here.

Would love to see you all at the screening for a fun / scaaaary night.

David McWane

We Gotta Eat Trailer

This photo was taken by my amazingly wonderful and talented videographer / photographer friend Antonia. Toni to you!  The Gorge, Seattle Washington 2009

This photo was taken by my amazingly wonderful and talented videographer / photographer friend Antonia. Toni to you! The Gorge, Seattle Washington 2009

Hey everyone,

I just got back from a two month tour of the States on the Warped Tour festival with BIG D AND THE KIDS TABLE.  It was a great summer of old friends, new friends and great music.  A lot of you out there came up to me this summer and said incredibly nice things about The Gypsy Mile; I thank you very much for all your kind words.  Many of you also asked me about some of my books that are in the works.  CHALK, my lyric book of 14 years, will be out this November, The Art Of Boredom, my new poetry book, should be out this December and Let The Poets Come And Stop Me, also a poetry book, will also be ready for the new year.

I was also excited to work with Connie at interpunk.com in getting two T-shirt designs, two stickers designs and a poster of the cover of The Gypsy Mile on line for sale.

www.interpunk.com

And to everyone who signed up for the mailing list, I will be writing you soon.

Take care everyone,

David McWane

Welcome

Welcome everyone to my new writing site. It was designed by my long-time friend and art guru, Yosef. Here you can read poems from my book The Gypsy Mile, download full features, short screenplays, shorts stories, lyrics, and snippets from my new book The Art Of Boredom. You can also meet the characters, listen to the musical scores, and read the first episode of my new cartoon Gravedigger.

These days, progress on The Art Of Boredom is going great.  I have finished my first draft and have recently printed it to do my first red penning. I must give thanks to Harvard Law school for turning a blind eye, allowing me to sneak through their doorways, swindle one of their computers, print the book under the radar, and stay awake from the free coffee provided in the nice hallway catering spread.

Well, I’m going to have to keep this short, Yosef has told me it is time for him to teach me how to navigate around my new site.

Take care and trust your instincts,

David McWane