Mugs, Tshirts, and whatnots available through my shop on More to come!

In my play, Aliens! 3 Miles, Turn Left, The Man plans to open a roadside showplace, and–though his thought processes might be skewed–he does understand the importance of merchandising! “That’s where the real money is. ‘I Visited the Aliens’ T-shirts, caps, mugs, key-rings, bumper-stickers, everything. I start ordering all this stuff, thinking Pat won’t mind, since we’re going to be rich real soon.”

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