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Grand Opening: The Poet and the Flea Market!

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ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPORT THE PRODUCTION OF GRAPHIC NOVEL THE POET AND THE FLEA.

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The Poet and the Flea Zine

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Professionally printed zine featuring the first 10 pages of graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Manga-sized (8.25″x10.75″), saddle-stiched with 80-pound glossy paper cover and 60-pound high bright paper interior.

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★ ”Smithereens” Zine ★

Smithereens 1

“Smithereens: Mammon’s Ring-Posy,” poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828 – 1882) and illustrated by G. E. Gallas.

Printed and assembled by G. E. Gallas. Illustrations printed on 65-pound, nautral-color paper packaged in a lilac envelope with handwritten inscription.

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★ “The Ink Drinker” Zine 

The Ink Drinker Zine 1

“The Ink Drinker,” a short story by G. E. Gallas.

The dystopian story of a young girl who learns the truth about an outcast of society.

Printed and assembled by G. E. Gallas. Cover printed on 65-pound, nautral-color paper. Interior printed on 24-pound, white paper.

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★ The Flea Plush Toy 

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The sinister antagonist of The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Based on William Blake’s “The Ghost of a Flea.”

Body and limbs made of khaki green crew socks (80% cotton, 20% nylon). Horns, ears and claws made of buttonhole stitched green felt.

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★ The Poet Oval Button 

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Button featuring protagonist William Blake from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

High quality, USA made, 1.75″x2.75″ oval button.

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★ The Poet and the Flea Page 4 Print 

Page 4

Art print of page 4 from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Printed on 80-pound cover gloss cardstock.

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★ The Poet and the Flea Page 20 Print 

Page 20

Art print of page 20 from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Printed on 80-pound cover gloss cardstock.

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★ The Poet and the Flea Page 22 Print 

Page 22

Art print of page 22 from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Printed on 80-pound cover gloss cardstock.

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★★★ thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com ★★★

★★★ thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com ★★★

★★★ thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com ★★★

★★★ thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com ★★★

★★★ thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com ★★★

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Plans for SF Zine Fest 2013

SFZF 2013 Poster

For those of you in the San Francisco Bay Area, please come support me at this year’s San Francisco Zine Fest in Golden Gate Park!

What? San Francisco Zine Fest, The Bay Area’s Premiere Zine Festival

When? August 31st & September 1st, 2013 — 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where? San Francisco County Fair Building, 1199 9th Ave and Lincoln Way (in Golden Gate Park)

Free Admission!

★ Come visit me (G. E. Gallas) at table #131A!!! ★

SF Zine Fest Map

Click map to enlarge.

What I’ll be selling:

Read all about these products here!

I hope to see you there!

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Coming Soon: The Poet and the Flea Market!

ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPORT THE PRODUCTION OF GRAPHIC NOVEL THE POET AND THE FLEA.

Screen shot 2013-08-03 at 4.45.20 PM

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The Poet and the Flea Zine

1. Cover

Professionally printed zine featuring the first 10 pages of graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Manga-sized (8.25″x10.75″), saddle-stiched with 80-pound glossy paper cover and 60-pound high bright paper interior.

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★ “Smithereens” Zine ★

Smithereens 2

“Smithereens: Mammon’s Ring-Posy,” poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828 – 1882) and illustrated by G. E. Gallas.

Printed and assembled by G. E. Gallas. Illustrations printed on 65-pound, nautral-color paper packaged in a lilac envelope with handwritten inscription.

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★ “The Ink Drinker” Zine 

The Ink Drinker Zine 1

“The Ink Drinker,” a short story by G. E. Gallas.

The dystopian story of a young girl who learns the truth about an outcast of society.

Printed and assembled by G. E. Gallas. Cover printed on 65-pound, nautral-color paper. Interior printed on 24-pound, white paper.

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★ The Flea Plush Toy 

The Flea Plush Toy New2

The sinister antagonist of The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Based on William Blake’s “The Ghost of a Flea.”

Body and limbs made of khaki green crew socks (80% cotton, 20% nylon). Horns, ears and claws made of buttonhole stitched green felt.

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★ The Poet Oval Button 

Button 1

Button featuring protagonist William Blake from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

High quality, USA made, 1.75″x2.75″ oval button.

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★ The Poet and the Flea Page 4 Print 

Page 4

Art print of page 4 from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Printed on 80-pound cover gloss cardstock.

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The Poet and the Flea Page 20 Print 

Page 20

Art print of page 20 from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Printed on 80-pound cover gloss cardstock.

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★ The Poet and the Flea Page 22 Print 

Page 22

Art print of page 22 from graphic novel The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas.

Printed on 80-pound cover gloss cardstock.

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Announcement: “The Man Who Never Smiled”

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Title: The Man Who Never Smiled

Director: Josh Mihal

Screenwriter: G. E. Gallas

Cast: TBA

Filming Location: Sacramento, California.

Length of Script: 15-16 pages.

Genre: Film Noir, Drama.

Logline/Summary: A contemporary film noir about the tragic fate of a father and his daughter. Mr. Charles P. Cable finds himself unwittingly mixed up in a case of identity theft that provokes serious repercussions.

Reception: “…a compelling structure for a short. It heightens the stakes knowing that the protagonist is going to end up in a life-threatening and bloody situation. It also makes the story compact and easy to digest — a great attribute in a short.” –Feedback from the 2014 BlueCat Screenplay Competition

Status: Currently in pre-production!

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Message from director Josh Mihal:

Short film seeking CREW for shoot at the end of JULY. We need everything from sound to camera.

NON-PAID; food, credit, and IMDB credit provided. Completed film to be entered into festivals and contests.

Also seeking LOCATIONS in Sacramento, CA. 1) An office, large size, with cubicles or desks; also an open room with a desk. 2) A rundown house where we can shoot both inside and out.

Thank you! Let me know if you have any questions. And please share this post.

(If interested, please e-mail me at gegallas@hotmail.com, subject “The Man Who Never Smiled,” and I’ll put you in touch with Josh!)

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Message from screenwriter G. E. Gallas:

The Man Who Never Smiled began as the seed of an idea, based on an individual who was hired by my family to appraise the impressive art collection my grandfather and subsequently grandmother left behind. I never noticed that this man never smiled until my mom inadvertently said something that made him laugh and we were all shocked by the result.

Originally, the short screenplay was commissioned by a production company in the UK. But ultimately they were unable to film it. So I just put the project aside in my pile of yet-to-be-produced scripts. That was until earlier this year when, out of the blue, I received a message via Stage32 from Sacramento-based director Josh Mihal expressing his interest in my scripts and in particular The Man Who Never Smiled.

We began discussing the project over Skype. I created detailed notes for Josh and he set about recruiting the cast and crew. Soon, Josh will send me a shot list and I will get to work on a simple storyboard. Also, I will be working as script consultant on set. We are planning to film this July 27th and 28th.

It should be noted that we are doing this on a shoestring budget, which is simultaneously nerve-racking and  compelling. Not only am I absolutely excited to finally see one of my scripts come to fruition, but I am also eager to send the finished project to various festivals and competitions.

Wish us luck!!

–G. E.

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