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Comic book writer reflects on years in business

Posted: Sunday, September 5, 2010 9:00 am

DURAND — Comic book lovers and aspiring writers knew they had a treat on their hands as they sat in the Durand branch of the Shiawassee District Library and listened to comic legend John Ostrander give tips of the trade and share experiences from his career.

“You’re all story tellers,” Ostrander said to the audience. “We use stories everyday of our lives.”

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  • milo1955 posted at 4:19 pm on Sun, Sep 5, 2010.

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    Hello, I'm currently working on an article that will mention Mr.Ostrander's work on Grimjack. I would like to contact him to get his response. Do you have an email address for John? Or could you forward my email address to him? Thanks, Milo

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