Biography:  (it changes with each issue!)
Nick DeAngelo, formerly known as Frederico Pastrami, loves to write and draw.
He was introduced to both hobbies at a very early age. Nick’s hobbies also
include discovering new species of plants and hippos and contemplating ways to
start a zombie apocalypse while at the same time working it around h is
enormous budget cuts. Nick wrote “The Perfect Story” two days before it was
due to be turned in to class, as the other two stories he had tried to write failed
to grasp his imagination after the first five pages. Nick grew up in Elmira, Oregon,
moved to Stautzenheimer, Germany and currently lives with his brother behind the
second O in the HOLLYWOOD sign in Los Angeles, California. He is fifteen years
old.
(Spring 2007)

Nick DeAngelo, also known as Frederico Pastrami, has been writing stories ever
since he could remember. Along with writing stories, Nick’s other hobbies include
writing comics, discovering new, unique planets and hypnotizing ducks. Nick grew
up in Oklahoma City, Texas and moved to Tokyo, Korea, as well as other places.
Nick has not had a decent home in over two years as he is currently wanted by
fourteen cops, seventeen mafia families, eleven secret agents and forty-six
paparazzi. He is currently hiding underneath a boulder, with no intentions of
coming out until the next issue of
Groundwaters. (Summer 2007)

Nick DeAngelo was born in New York City, Oregon, and, at the age of ten,
moved to Alaska, New Jersey. Other than writing, Nick likes to draw and disguise
as stars, taking their roles in famous movies. You might have seen Nick in the
movies Rainman and War of The Worlds as Tom Cruise, or Oceans Twelve and
Hook as Julia Roberts, or the movie Wayne's World as both Mike Myers and
Dana Carvey. Recently Nick has become a very large super hero fan. In the past
month, Nick has tried over twenty different ways to give himself superpowers.
Some of these included microwaves, toasters, plutonium, a mixture of all the
elements in the periodic table and battery fluid. Recently Nick has been having
trouble with his hearing, smelling and tasting. He's in the hospital, now, but should
be out by the time the involuntary muscle spasms stop. Until then, keep reading
his stories.
(Fall 2007)

Nick DeAngelo has dedicated his life to writing the tragic events of himself in
comics, all of which should be left alone to avoid any misery, grief, or bad
stomach pains. During his journeys to most clearly and accurately depict the
terrible events in his own life, Nick DeAngelo has had to battle lions, face angry
mobs, and escape from caves quickly filling with deadly fungus. Many times, Nick
has been presumed dead, all times inaccurately. As I wrote before, it would be
Nick DeAngelo
Groundwaters Publishing, LLC
"Bubbling up in our own good time-- online."
most recommended to avoid reading the comics of Nick DeAngelo, as they contain such tragic things as
pictures, words, and voice bubbles. Right now, Nick is in hiding, as he is being sued by Lemony Snicket for
copyright violations.
(Spring 2008)

Nick DeAngelo, also known as Frederico Pastrami, or Nickelous Oxide, was born in 167,800, and traveled
through time at the age of twelve, only to land in Veneta, Oregon in 2004 (He was headed for Woodstock,
1969) Since then Nick DeAngelo has spent his free time as an undercover agent smuggling illegal documents
and Star Trek DVDs into third world countries. In 2006 Nick created a robot clone of himself and escaped to
Africa where he studied and learned the fascinating language of elephants. Nick DeAngelo's robot clone was
left to live out his life in Veneta, Oregon, and took up the arts of writing and illustration...Nick DeAngelo was
disappointed about his clone turning into such a geek. Nick DeAngelo currently lives in North Korea, though he's
not quite sure why.
(Winter 2009)

Website address:  none available

Index of Groundwaters contributions:
Volume 3 Issue 3 - “The Perfect Story” (fiction)
Volume 3 Issue 4 - “2071: Age of Decay - Part One” (fiction); photography
Volume 4 Issue 1 - “2071: Age of Decay - Part Two: Ian” (fiction)
Volume 4 Issue 3 - “unnamed” (comic strip); photography
Volume 5 Issue 1 - “Just Add Water” (comic strip)
Volume 5 Issue 2 - “ 18-Year Old Hijacks Plane From Seat” (fiction); “Just Add Water” (comic
strip)
Volume 5 Issue 3 - “Just Add Water” (comic strip)
Volume 5 Issue 4 - "Just Add Water” (comic strip)
Volume 6 Issue 1 - "Just Add Water” (comic strip)
Volume 6 Issue 2 - "Just Add Water” (comic strip)
Volume 6 Issue 3 - "Just Add Water” (comic strip); "Stereo Optics" (photography);
Groundwaters Masthead and Logo (graphic design
Volume 6 Issue 4 - "Just Add Water” (comic strip)
Volume 7 Issue 1 - "Just Add Water" (comic strip)
Volume 7 Issue 2 - "Just Add Water" (comic strip)
Volume 7 Issue 3 - "Just Add Water" (comic strip)
Volume 7 Issue 4 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 8 Issue 1 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 8 Issue 2 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 8 Issue 3 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 8 Issue 4 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 9 Issue 1 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 9 Issue 2 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 9 Issue 3 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 9 Issue 4 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 10 Issue 1 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 10 Issue 2 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 10 Issue 3 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 10 Issue 4 - "Greetings from Eugene" (comic strip)
Volume 11 Issue 1 - "In.tro.vert" (comic strip)
Volume 11 Issue 2 - "In.tro.vert" (comic strip)

Groundwaters 2017: An Anthology: "In.tro.vert" (comic strip)