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A Don Quixote in search of a Sancho Panza.
A Don Quixote in search of a Sancho Panza.

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by Austin Rich

The story that inspired BlasphuphmusRadio.com‘s Lost In The Supermarket Compilation!  Nine new pieces of writing!  The first new publication in four years!  The beginning of digital writing, in inconvenient physical and .pdf formats!  Available by simply requesting a copy!

At a Halloween Party in 1999, Austin Rich made the mistake of eating a dried date that was handed to him by a mysterious stranger part-way through Jack-Ass Willy’s bluegrass set.  Suddenly, Austin found himself in the year 2010, having lost almost 10 years of his life, to find himself in a world very similar to the one he left, but seemed filled with new kinds of savagery, super science, and sorcery.

It’s three years later, and in that time Austin tried to continue his life in the way he’d done before, slowly integrating into this new future world through picking up work as The Office Detective, catching up on comics, TV, movies and books, finding a partner in crime, and studying magic, hoping after each adventure that his next leap will be the leap home.

In it all, the one thing Austin hadn’t returned to was his old habit of making ‘zines about his everyday life.  Something was missing.  Something incredibly easy to do.  Something… pressing.

Join us as we follow a regular publication by The Austin Rich from an alternate timeline.  These are serial adventures that are half-fact, half fiction, where the experiences that both I and Earth-2 Austin have are very similar, and yet, different in surprising ways.  Each issue is available in both print and digital forms, and offer a return to having a regular publication available from us for discerning readers.

Show reviews!  Movie Reviews!  Stories about dating and jobs.  And the story of The Office Detective!

acronyminc.blogpress.new.  Excerpts from the online publication produced by The Earth-2 Austin Rich.  “A Don Quixote in search of a Sancho Panza.”

Edition 1.0 (Physical): 20, limited edition print editions, each of which comes with a free download code for Lost In The Supermarket, the compilation based on this very story.

Edition 1.0 (Digital): 20, unique .pdf editions, each of which comes with a free download code for Lost In The Supermarketthe compilation based on this very story.

Edition 2.0 (Physical): 20, limited edition print editions, with remastered graphics.

Edition 2.0 (Digital): 100, unique .pdf editions.

WE NOW LIVE IN THE FUTURE!

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