My wife can beat up your wife.

11 Oct

She may be small, but she is mighty. She is mighty because while I went out drinking with the posse post-Vouched Presents Artifice reading last night (recap post[s] forthcoming), Britt came home and designed these for me to distribute, and used a coupon from Vistaprint to order some for me on the cheap:

Vouched is an airship, truly.

She was instrumental in the success of the Vouched table at the reading last night, because while I schmoozed and talked books with the veritable swarm that surrounded the table all night, she held down the logistics of sales-tallying and money-taking. She was a champ last night, and I could never be thankful enough for not only putting up with me and this endeavor, but supporting me with her time and talent.

Speaking of her talent, if you or someone you know is getting hitched or otherwise having an event that requires invitations, you should check out her Adira Invitations she’s trying to get off the ground.

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5 Responses to “My wife can beat up your wife.”

  1. Ryan W. Bradley October 11, 2010 at 4:28 pm #

    love it, dude. the airship is killer. fantastic.

    • christopher. October 11, 2010 at 4:32 pm #

      thanks, dude. aren’t airships badass?!

      p.s. i still have sententia 1 on my desk at home. i’m a horrible reviewer/friend..

      • Ryan W. Bradley October 11, 2010 at 4:42 pm #

        airships are! i’ve actually been really obsessed with airships and balloons of all sorts for a long time. gorgeous.

        and, not at all, i look forward to you getting to it whenever that happens! we’ll have issue 2 out soon, which is going to kill. and let me know if we can ever help out with Vouched in any way (if we can do it we will!), it’s a boss project.

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