Beginning with a circulation base of only several hundred in a newsletter for a Government of Alberta newsletter, publication of GLitcH! comics grew yearly in circulation numbers to approximately 1.2 million pieces of print per month by 1998 and was distributed in five major regions in Canada. A self-published book entitled, "GLitcH! How Do You Start This Thing?" was also printed in 2001.
The strip went into hiatus in 2003.
Articles by the author on the art and business of cartooning can be found at http://www.glitch.ca
- Laura Stevens (2001-05-24). "Cyber woes covered with a comic twist". Edmonton Journal. p. E7.
- GLitcH! comic strip
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