Well, somehow I did it: thanks in no small part to Molly Brooks’s saintly patience and wisdom, I printed two new minis for Grand Comics Festival this weekend. Admission is free to the public and there will be over 30 local cartoonists peddling their wares. If you’re in New York this weekend, you should really check it out.
The first book is another short run of “Evidence,” but this time it includes a bookified version of my piece that recently ran in the Brooklyn Rail. The other collects the best of my pieces from last year’s 30 Days of Comics project. That’s the cover above. (It’s a bit less bright in reality. I’ll try to get a better CMYK–RGB conversion later.)
In addition, I’ll be selling the last copies of Watching What you Say, as well as new work in Linen Ovens, an anthology I made with Keren Katz, Molly Brooks, and Andrea Tsurumi, and a few other things besides. Hopefully that will include copies of Used Gravitrons, the current issue of which features my work, and some books from Paul Tunis and Bianca Stone.
So much going on all of a sudden! Feels great.