sarahmint said: Adore your art of agriculture
Thank you! I have plans to do more. It’s fun to draw plants.
A postcard that I designed for Radiator Comics. Check out this comics distribution company created by my friend Neil Brideau.
Hey friends! I’m really excited to announce my distro, Radiator Comics has officially launched!
Currently distributing 85 titles by 22 artists, Radiator Comics is going to be an actively growing source for self-published comics that focus on self-expression and strong storytelling. The website will update weekly with new titles and it will add more artists regularly. I’m also going to put a lot of energy into getting these comics into stores. I’ll be approaching book & comic stores where they should obviously be sold, but also stores that don’t sell comics. I will be approaching stores that have customers who might be into buying comics if they were in a venue they normally visit (coffee shops, record stores, toy stores, etc).
I hope you’ll check it out, and tell everyone you know about it. If you have suggestions of where to sell comics in your neck of the woods, I’d love to know!
Radiator Comics is awesome!! You can buy my comics and many others! Neil is selective about the comics he distributes, which works out fine because he has excellent taste. And what a pleasant website!
Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo
August 2nd and 3rd
12pm - 6pm both days at the Providence Public Library
ONLY 1 MONTH AWAY !
I will be there with badgigi!
Friends, hello. You have been going about your busy lives, reading your tumblrs and facebooks, tweeting so many things. I see your tweets, there are so many tweets. Sometimes I tweet because I think of something funny and sometimes I tweet to let you know I’m still here, but I can’t read all your tweets. I don’t know what you think about Game of Thrones. Facebook reminds me that there are so many people I haven’t seen in years. It is supposed to bring us together, but it just reminds me that we’re apart. When will I see you?
Oh, HOW ABOUT AT THE RHODE ISLAND INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING EXPO on August 2 or 3rd?It’s at the Providence Public Library, and it is in its first year.
If you can’t make it to Providence, there is also the SMALL PRESS EXPO on September 13 and 14th. It’s in Bethesda, MD, and it is in its twentieth year. It was tricky to get into SPX this year. I almost didn’t. I’m glad I’m going because I can show you the comic I will have drawn for Rob Kirby’s Pratfall anthology. It’s about this one time when I fell through a hotel window. I’m fine now.
And hey there is also the chance that you can go to the MASSACHUSETTS INDEPENDENT COMICS EXPO on October 4 and 5 in Boston. This is the year I have sworn off conventions, fairs, and festivals to focus exclusively on expos. Don’t freak out; I’ll probably go back to fairs again next year.
What I have been doing instead of going to fairs and festivals, and instead of (you may have noticed) producing new comics, is writing. I’m writing a big long thing that will be a comic one day. I don’t like to think about when it will actually be a finished comic, because it is surely such a long time from now. For now it is a thing I am working on and I hope you do like it, or I hope that your children like it if it takes that long. I don’t mean that you will be dead, but maybe you will be so old that your eyesight is gone. No, no, no, it won’t take that long, really. But who knows. Why worry about it? One day I’ll have a book and you can read it. Stop worrying so much.
This year I am also trying to put together an anthology of short comics with my good friend Cara Bean. And there is a project I am excited about, launching we hope at the end of July. It relates to comics. I can’t say too much about it right now. These are all very vague updates, I know. I did give you some concrete things, like dates. You can hang your hat on those. If you see me at one of these conventions, or somewhere else, I promise I will tell you things. They aren’t real secrets. Nobody will die. Nobody will even cry. It’s just comics, man.