Fowl Language

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• My eternal gratitude. Satisfaction that you're helping me feed two kids.
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• My eternal gratitude. Satisfaction that you're helping me feed two kids.
• Access to behind the scenes sketches and videos.
• Get a signed print of your favorite Fowl Language Comic along with a custom thank-you doodle for all your awesomeness. (Shipping out of the continental U.S. may require an extra fee)

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About Fowl Language

Hello, friends!
It's Brian Gordon here, creator of Fowl Language comics.
How's it going? I hope you've been enjoying my cartoons about parenting, coffee addiction and my eternal struggle against eating all the ice cream, everywhere.

I hate to be so needy, but I need your help. Since the strip began, I've been trying to figure out a way to justify the ridiculous amount of time I put into making it. See, most people see my stuff on social media, which I'm super-grateful for, but I don't make a penny off of it. What little ad revenue I bring in from visitors to my site equals about lemonade-stand levels of income.

Up until recently, I've been able to support myself and my family with my full-time job of 18 years(!) as a greeting card artist. Unfortunately, I just got laid off, so I need to figure out the best way to keep the lights on.

If you can afford to chip in a little every month, I'll be able to keep making these comics. On top of that, you'll get all sorts of cool rewards and even custom-made art, just for you!

Thank you so much for believing in and supporting Fowl Language, and for helping make this poor nerd's dream come true. If I could, I'd repay you with all the ice cream, everywhere.
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One of the most common requests I get is for a physical collection of my work. Honestly, nothing would make me happier than to be able to have a book made! Would it be better to self publish or try and go through a more traditional 3rd party publisher? I'm not sure. I've heard arguments for both. (If you happen to be especially informed on the subject, feel free to drop me a line, anytime.)
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