Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Grand Rapids, here we come

I'll be at the Grand Rapids Comic-Con this Saturday October 12th. I'll have a stack of my book at the artist alley and will also be celebrating my 10th wedding anniversary. This works out well, cause Emily and I got married in Grand Rapids. That's where Em is from and where her family still resides. Rumor has it we may even stop by the old Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, where the whole sch-bang took place a decade ago.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

SPX 2013

I'll be at SPX in Bethesda MD on Sept 14th and 15th behind the Top Shelf booth surrounded by Owly graphic novels and Jeffrey Brown fans. I'll be selling my book,  Burning Building Comix,  and no, it isn't that Chris Ware book.
Additional note: I debuted my book at SPX last year and sold out of my 50 advance copies. I got distributed through Top Shelf to Diamond and have gotten down to just over 1 box left of that initial 1000 print run. The last of the first printing will be at SPX,  so come and grab it  before the second printing is out in a couple of months.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

CAKE! 2013 Chicago! Yes!

Hey everyone should know that CAKE is this weekend! For those not in the know, I'm a co-organizer of CAKE, so come on down. It's at the center on Halstead and it's FREE. Come see all the top alternative cartoonists from Chicago, the midwest, and beyond.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

SPACE 2013

So I went to SPACE this past weekend. I had a great time. Thanks to Bob Corby for organizing and to everyone who stopped by my table and picked up a copy of the book. I traveled with my brother Adam and his fiance Maria. We had a great time and they are great salesman! They did far better when I left the table to scout out cool comics, or chat up old friends. It's been about 4 years since I last went to SPACE and I haven't seen the new location. It was nice, and everyone is in the same room, always a great deal if it can be managed. Lots of great comics people on hand and I'd say the comics community has grown quite strong since I've last visited. Thanks Ohio for your spread out cities and waffle houses, for your kind friendly people, and for not killing me in my cheap hotel room. Somebody got thrown through a window at 1 am. The fire alarms went off and scared the hell out of us. Adam said he heard a gunshot. It was a thing. Regardless, our spirits could not be dampened ol' grand Ohio.