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Thursday, October 22, 2015 - 11:40 AM

Dylan Meconis' TALES OF THE DRIVE story, "Your Distant Homeland," has completed, and I couldn't be happier that that was our first guest story. It's such a note-perfect story for Nosh, and fills in the background of his heart so lovingly. I really love it.

Each time a story ends, I'll be moving around the archives so that the story can be read without interruption. So Dylan's story now begins HERE.

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As you know, with all the TALES OF THE DRIVE artists, I've specifically told them I don't want to give them notes, edit them, nitpick them, or tell them what they need to write. My philosophy is: Pick people who create incredible work, and trust them to do wonderful things in the DRIVE universe. And it's worked so wonderfully here: Dylan created a delightful story -- one that I never, ever would've written -- and yet one that fits better than anything I ever could have written. I'm so pleased our first TALES OF THE DRIVE story came from her.

If you're of a kind heart to do so, drop her a line on Twitter and let her know what you thought of the story:

TWITTER: @dmeconis

Or drop her a line on her "Contact" form: http://www.dylanmeconis.com/contact/

ALSO: Check out her work!

- Family Man

- Outfoxed (Eisner-nominated short story)

- Bite Me!

And on Monday: Christopher Hastings' story "Cute Things" begins!

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