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Comic Publications!

Check out my first published comics at The Odd Ducks, “Memory: A Comic based on the thoughts of Lynda Barry” and “Louhi Steals the Sun and Moon,“based on the Kalevala. And here is the latest letter I received from Theresa. Advertisements

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The IRS Agent

I’ve started a comics project called The IRS Agent. Check it out here.

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Reviews at The Odd Ducks

Check out my recent reviews at The Odd Ducks. Epileptic Jane, the Fox, and Me Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb The Hypo: The Melancholic Young Lincoln Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art Refresh, Refresh

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Some Artwork

Scrapbooking the Self Word Riff Snow 4-panel Beethoven Homage Snufkin and The Robot Epileptic Review J. O’Barr Interview Response The Shoe Store Comic

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The Fountain of Youth

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Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine?

“Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine?: The Art of Making Zines and Mini-Comics” by Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson is a great read. I learned new folding techniques to try with my own zines. Definitely a necessary book for zinesters everywhere.

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Comet in Moominland–Tove Jansson

I first discovered Tove Jansson’s work while researching Finnish authors. I didn’t realize when I started reading the Moomin comics and this book series that I would finally find my favorite books of all time. One of the questions I’ve always hated is “What is your favorite book(s)?” because I have a lot of favorites. …

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Capacity by Theo Ellsworth

I finished reading “Capacity” by Theo Ellsworth. If you are an artist, this is a must read book. Also check out “Capacity Number Eight.” Ellsworth’s book “The Understanding Monster Book One” is next on my reading list.

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It’s Not Working

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The Origin of The Goat Child

Theresa Williams is working on a project called “The Goat Child.” In this article, she talks about the origin of her project and its growth. I love seeing my own stories and projects grow and change from start to finish. It is a unique process for every project.

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