During all the stressing over a housewarming party I was cooking for, I neglected Friday’s comic. Sorry! In my defense, I prepared five dishes. It was pretty wild.
In return for my slight, here’s my vegan banh mi recipe, which was a huge hit. Feel free to use pork instead of tofu if that’s your jam.Read More »
Hey folks! I’ll be in these fine cities over the next few months. Hope to see you there!
September 4 - 7 Atlanta, Georgia
I’ll be speaking on several panels during Dragon Con on the science track. In addition, I’ll have a table where I’ll be signing and selling books and more. In addition, there will be a Dragon Con exclusive item of some sort. Stay tuned!
September 19 & 20 Portland, Oregon
Come see me at Rose City Comic Con for my last visit to the west coast this year. Sorry PAX :(
Tentative cons include:Read More »
In addition to preparing for the start of Chapter 6, I’ve been jumping back and forth across Canada. Next stop on my list is the Vancouver Comic Arts Festival. I’ll have all the usual swag there, so stop on by table E4 and say hey! It’s free admission, so no excuses if you’re in the area.Read More »
Hey everyone, if you’re in Toronto this weekend for the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, stop by Table 242 on the second floor. I’ll have MEMORY, GAMES, my vaccine comic, and the brand new OTP book, which features 15 pages of new art and the long awaited ending to the first chapter of the series!
Check out this beautiful review of MEMORY if you want to know more.
And you can read some of the original OTP comics over at Boxplot
Hope to see you there!Read More »
Apologies for the lack of updates. This past Monday marked the 2nd move I made in as many months. The first was merely a temporary stop until we could move into the new place. I pretty much just unpacked my computer and spent the rest of February and March wearing the same three t-shirts and saying, “What box did I put that in?” a lot. But now I’m here, and unpacking everything is slow and arduous when sandwiched between all the other moving-related things that need to get done.
My cintiq is attached to my desk, but still packed in bubble wrap. I’m waiting for a drill bit to arrive so I can cut a hole in my new desk and clean up all these cables. Hell, the past few days, the power drill and a tub of spackle have become more familiar to me than a stylus. I’ve spent hours away from my desk planting my odd crop of potatoes and untangling wind chimes. I alternate between unpacking, cleaning, and ordering more books for the upcoming con season. The break is nice, but those like me understand the sinking feeling in my gut as I see other creators continuing to create. I just moved, but I’m aching to move forward…Read More »