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As you may or may not know (and you really should know), our own Chad Nevett recently edited a fine collection of essays about Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson’s Transmetropolitan called Shot in the Face:
A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan. You can read more about it here. Our own Greg Burgas also has an essay in the book (as does Chad, on top of editing the whole thing).
Chad has a free copy to give away and we figured we’d do it as a contest. Simply mail me (at email@example.com) a thought you had about Transmetropolitan. Imagine that there was a post up about the series and you could say anything you wanted to about it, what would you say? It can be just a sentence, it can be a paragraph, whatever you feel like writing. In a week or two (I guess depending on how quick you folks send in submissions) I’ll collect all the submissions and we’ll post them together as a special edition of Random Thoughts. Chad, though, will also read all of the submissions and pick whichever one he finds the most insightful and that person will win a free copy of the book.
Sound good? Then just e-mail me your Transmetropolitan thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org now!
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