Check it out: New A DISTANT SOIL site

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Colleen Doran has moved her blog to a redesigned site and will be running A DISTANT SOIL as a webcomic:

Welcome to the new A Distant Soil webcomic. We’ll be posting comic book pages every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, as well as updating info about all of Colleen Doran’s other works, and posting important information about creators’ rights.

Click on the About A Distant Soil page above for more information about this series. At our SHOP page, you can order A Distant Soil graphic novels as well as other books by Colleen.

Thanks for stopping by. Your support of this website helps Colleen Doran create her work. Please forward this link to your friends, and subscribe to the webcomic by clicking the above link.


Doran’s old blog is vapor, but she’ll be reposting popular informational posts on agents, insurance, time management, and so on.

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  2. Hopefully this new blog of Colleen’s will be stalker proof.

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    Coat

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  2. [...] Moving day: Colleen Doran’s blog (with all of its information on agents and such) is changing location. Mark Waid now blogs from new digs and Kevin & Kell moves back in. Also, Google is migrating Feedburner accounts over to Google but at a Feedburner address. Confused? Here’s a post that explains what to do and what other folks have done when they ran into problems. We have until February 28th before accounts get deleted, so I’m going to hope that my Feedburner plugin updates itself before then. Another impactful moving is Diamond’s new policy – there’s more discussion than I can link to but try here, here, here, here, here, here and here for starters. And the Diamond response can be seen here. Nicely, Dreamchilde echoes my (now deleted) thoughts and adds some good ideas to them,too. But… Say Diamond implodes in the next few years, what hurdles are there in comics going direct from publisher to reader? And what other options are there for distributing your comic? Or finding a way to profit from the work that goes into them? Sure, you might think I am crazy for wanting to try something besides the tshirt-print-plush merchandising plan, but maybe you’ll consider this guy’s efforts before you dismiss the idea of looking elsewhere. [...]

  3. [...] – And via Heidi we learn that Colleen Doran has redesigned her Web site and has turned her long-running series, A Distant Soil, into a Webcomic. [...]

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