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Contributor Pictures for The Incantations of Daniel Johnston

July is almost here! That's when our first graphic novel, The Incantations of Daniel Johnston, drops!

Illustrated by Ricardo Cavolo and written by Scott McClanahan, we are growing increasingly pumped to unleash this madness upon the world as it's what we've been working our asses off over the last month trying to finalize.

Along those lines, we have two great contributor pictures that are among my favorite (right up with the author of Nothing, Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon).

Ricardo Cavolo, author of The Incantations of Daniel Johnston (Two Dollar Radio)
Ricardo Cavolo, picture by Maria Herreros

Scott McClanahan, author with Ricardo Cavolo of The Incantations of Daniel Johnston (Two Dollar Radio, 2016)
Scott McClanahan

And here's Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon's author picture cause it's so badass:

Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, author of Nothing (Two Dollar Radio, 2016)

And because we feel the love, here's a video of Daniel Johnston singing "True Love Will Find You in the End."

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