Contact Info, Mail List Sign Up,
and Comment Card!........
(1) Using that modern, fast and cheap method called e-mail at:
(2) Using old fashioned paper-based mail. (Also good for sending free toy robots for my collection.[Just a suggestion] )
PO Box 165246
(3) Fill in and then click to send the nifty little comment box just a little further down this page.
(4) There is no #4. Which is to say, there is no phone number to call. I keep very odd hours around here (you know, being an artist type and all that), and prefer to use mail or email for most communications. If we really do need to speak on the phone, I'll be happy to schedule a time that works. But trust me on this one, there's no sense in wasting your hard earned money on long distance calls where you just end up leaving messages on my sometimes-it-records-and-sometimes-it-doesn't answering machine!
Mail List Sign Up and Comment Card
If you just want to send a quick comment, you can use this form and zap it off. This is also where you can get added to the Jabberwocky Graphix mail list. The plan is to send out the occasional email letting you know when there is some change in content on the site, to let you know about scheduled appearances, etc etc. Since I show up at art festivals, comic conventions, and who knows what else around the country, if you include at least the name of your city and your zip code, we'll also be able to send out an email to let you know when Jabberwocky will be in your area. (You can then either come by to say hi, or know what area to avoid!) Give us your full address and you might get something interesting in the mail every now and then. All this info is just for Jabberwocky use, and will not be given to anyone else. (I hate junk mail too!)
The Official Stuff! Jabberwocky Graphix.com, Brad W. Foster, all art, words, images and such like stuff contained anywhere and everywhere on this site are copyright © Brad W Foster, who would really appreciate it if you didn't copy this stuff anywhere else without asking him about it first, since this is how he tries to makes a living, so if you like his stuff and want to see him create even more, you'll not spread around the stuff already done for free. How's that? You can always write Brad anytime at email@example.com with any questions. Oh, and you can click here for my thoughts on the whole copyright thing!