The world’s tiniest mightiest media company.

As in: Tiny. Okay, it’s just me. Alright? Fine.

Drooly Dog publishes zines for everyone about thinking space and breaking down barriers – and provides materials free of charge to young people whose life circumstances can obscure their talents and potential.

Here’s The Zine Archive
Supported by voluntary contributions – as well as purchases of the zine You Should Make a Comic

This helps with: postage (yike!), paper, printer ink (double yike!), copying, and time. It doesn’t take a ton but it adds up. So I’m grateful for everything. (Note: Not tax-deductible as I’m not yet a nonprofit – and I’m using direct payment as opposed to a Patron or such to keep costs down).

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Thinking Out Loud, The Creative Advice Column
Send your questions and quandaries to hellodroolydog@gmail.com. Check the blog or email for answers and Read the Archive. What is the Thinking Out Loud project? Glad you asked. Read about it here.


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The Drooly Dog Zine, Snail Mail Edition
Hand-folded, snail-mailed. Art, music, ideas and thinking space.
Send SNAIL-MAIL address to: hellodroolydog@gmail.com to get em. Or, print your own from the Zine Archive.

Here are a couple buttons to support Drooly Dog – again, I’m grateful for any purchase or support, those stamps do add up quick. Or you can haul off and buy science fiction novels and art and cartoon books too.








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Interesting links and videos for your face:

Drooly Blog: Telling a Story About a Person – The Basics
Drooly Blog:  A Story about a Tiny Piece of Pavement
Drooly Blog: Finding Something to Talk About When You Want to Run Away