Unfocused - From the streets of NY and then some

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Co-founder of TwoHeadedCat and all around native NYer, computer tech and freelancer writer, Adam P. Knave has given in and started taking pictures of his town, as he sees it.

Which is an utterly useless damned sentence. This is a collection of images - the majority taken from the streets of NY and surrounding areas - that mean something to me.

And then sometimes, you know how it is, there are pictures that have nothing to do with anything. Cope.

I can be hunted down and found at:

The webzine I run and write for - TwoHeadedCat

My personal site - Adampknave.com

And so on.

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18th Mar 2006, 16:42  

bronxelf says:


WOOO HOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

18th Mar 2006, 17:53

Euphro says:

Fantastic! Congratulations! Excellent cover :)

18th Mar 2006, 18:57

FilbertFox says:

ah i see now. WELL DONE YOU

18th Mar 2006, 19:27

lizziepants says:


19th Mar 2006, 03:55

A few quotes via the Yahoo website...

"Into his foul-mouthed heroine he swirls uncertainty, frustration, anger, and an unmatched capacity for violence"

"Knave should be praised, then institutionalized..." –Ronald Damien Malfi, author of "The Fall Of Never"

Also, I like Buffy and Angel so this one makes me think I should find myself a copy:

"Move over Joss Whedon! With Strange Angel Adam P. Knave delivers a spellbinding mix of raw-edged pulp and comic book heroics bristling with wit and surprises that bring a whole new twist to female supernatural avengers and the timeless battle between good and evil." –James Chambers, author of "The Midnight Hour"


19th Mar 2006, 05:59

elfman(elfman-at-cloud9-dot-net) says:



19th Mar 2006, 06:02

crickson says:

Looks great, I'll have to track down a copy!

19th Mar 2006, 10:32

Helen says:


How beautiful is it to see it in print?

19th Mar 2006, 16:51

adampknave says:

Thanks guys! Yah it is fun having it in print. Shocklines.com is the best place to grab it from too...

20th Mar 2006, 00:32

onceupon says:

The cover looks AWESOME, hon.

22nd Mar 2006, 21:07