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The Incantations of Daniel Johnston by Ricardo Cavolo and Scott McClanahan (Two Dollar Radio)

What a fucking week at Two Dollar Radio HQ!

On Tuesday night, we celebrated the release of our new movie, The Removals, at Spacebar with DTCV. We also shoved off our first graphic novel, The Incantations of Daniel Johnston to the printer. The book is out July 7, but we'll have copies mid-June. It was a pretty massive project, but man—this shit looks doper than dope. We're all thrilled with how it turned out. It's an incredibly eye-popping collaboration between two of my favorite working artists, Ricardo Cavolo and Scott McClanahan. Beware.

Two Dollar Radio Sippy Cup KoozieWe printed koozies and some other rad merch, which we'll reveal in due time.

We're also plotting a tour of the U.S. for Masande Ntshanga this fall in support of his debut novel, The Reactive. His first event will be at the Brooklyn Book Festival, with dates in Columbus, Atlanta, Athens, San Francisco, and more to come!

Also, congratulations to Joshua Mohr for winning the Northern California Independent Booksellers Award for Fiction for his most recent novel, All This Life!

Lastly, this is the only song I've been listening to. "What's Your Name?" by the band, Cousins, straight outta Nova Scotia:

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