Influencing Machine, Publicity

Dinesh Ramde of the Associated Press has reviewed The Influencing Machine, which means his review is wending its way through the nation’s newspapers and media venues. (It’s already appeared in the Washington Examiner, Newsday, and on ABC News’ website.) It’s a nice review, though he actually faulted my drawings for possibly being "so good they distract from the content of the book"! He goes on later to write, "While animation in comic books might provide context that adds to the action, these drawings sometimes provide humor or eye candy that draws enough attention that the reader has to reread the previous dialogue bubble to return to Gladstone’s train of thought." Still, Ramde writes, "Distractions aside, Gladstone still tells a compelling story. It’s easy to imagine The Influencing Machine becoming mandatory reading in journalism classes around the country." That would be nice!

0 thoughts on “The AP on THE INFLUENCING MACHINE

  1. I’m still mentally working out my review and realize by the time I post it it’ll be a bit beyond time style for marketing/publicity… but that’s a great quote.
    Too good they’re distracting! That Wizard of Oz spot is one of my faves btw. I think it almost works out of context even.

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