Below is my first contribution to McSweeny's The Goods. It appeared on March 11, 2011 in the Chicago Tribune and the San Francisco Chronicle. Text was placed over the water in the canal describing how a family secretly lives beneath a candy shop and occasionally sneaks above ground at night to steal sweets. The kids reading the paper were instructed to find all 20 missing pieces of candy throughout their underground lair. This weird shape fits into a square of 'The Goods' along with works from other children's books writers and artists.
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