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First Fiction Publication! and updates
Check out my first short story fiction publication, “The Future of Food Service” in the first issue of Whatever Keeps the Lights On. It’s very exciting to see my fiction find a home. I’m making progress on the acrylic pour paintings. And I’ve been making sketches for my psychologist project, as well as paneling and …
Goals for 2019
Since I have eight months before I start graduate school (applications are in!), I have decided to focus on writing and art. I bought some big sketchbooks and paper to make text blocks for handmade books. I have supplies to try out acrylic pour painting. Basically, I want to write a lot of poems, write …
September 2018 Update
It’s been a busy year! I’ve switched full time jobs, resumed my graduate studies at OSU, and renewed my goals for creativity. There is also good news coming for The Magnolia Review, which I can’t share yet. I’ve started a Dream Book, my term for a book that collects my lists and dreams in one …
The Letter Project–Letter to Theresa
Check out my latest letter to Theresa where I talk alpacas and share drawings of planets personified.
The Sketchbook Project
My sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project is available digitally. Check it out here.
Ashes: The Graphic Novel
All semester I’ve been learning about graphic novels, drawing more regularly, and trying new art supplies. The final project received a favorable response, so I decided to post my process work and final chapters on a separate blog. I will continue to work on Charlotte’s story in a graphic novel version and in a hybrid …
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
It takes practice
Check this out. Great before and after pictures of what years of practice looks like.
One Hundred Demons by Lynda Barry
Lynda Barry’s “One Hundred Demons” is an entertaining read with wise words. This is a book I will definitely reread. Now I’ll try my hand at drawing some of my own demons.