I’ve got a short story in the new Dark Mountain Project anthology. It’s one of my favorite things I’ve ever written, and my first time seeing something I’ve written in an actual book and not something I copied at Staples. I love what Dark Mountain is about and they make beautiful books full of wild words and art. I’m really honored to be a part of this thing.
Check em out
I pushed my shoulders back and dropped my voice. But to train Cooper, Iâd have to train my own skittish brain first
Here’s something I’ve been up to instead of making comics!
Saturday, Oct. 12 ! Be there, Philly.
(awesome flyer by dre grigoropol)
Next weekend! I’ll be there with comics and Halloween candy.
Next week the Bridgeport Free Skool gets up and running. I’m really excited to be a part of this project—I’ll be teaching a creative writing class on Tuesday nights, and we’ve got a bunch of other awesome classes to choose from too. If you’re in Connecticut, or know someone who is, come check it out, spread the word, get involved! bptfreeskool.org
Crust Dog #4
AVAILABLE HERE FROM PIONEERS PRESS FOR $5
It’s amazing how this comic grows in leaps and bounds each issue. What started as an (albeit hilarious and totally right-on) gag has become an ongoing (fictional) documentation of the current state of…
Crust Dog 4, now available at Pioneers Press, with maybe the most flattering descriptions of anything I’ve made ever! Get it and a thousand other zines and goodies from those fine folks.
Crust Dog #4 is available nowwww
Picking up right where #3 left off, this issue finds Ray and Chelsea fleeing town in a boxcar and beginning to retrace the steps that led them to where they are now. Meanwhile, a remorseful cop deals with his post-raid angst and Handlebar gets a taste of feral life. 40 pages, $3!
A month away! Come hang out!