Holy crap, I’m so excited!! TMW #1 is out at the Sorry Mom Comix store right now! Collecting semi-autobiographical comics about coming out and staying put from January to March of 2016, TMW is a zine in the classic style: Pen and ink, hella personal, and lots of “activity” pages for you to giggle at to your heart’s content.
(TMW #1 also officially enters the wide world of zine circulation at the Chicago Zine Fest on April 29th!! I’ll be doing a reading from TMW #1 at CZF on the night of the 29th as well (along with other totally awesome zinesters), and it’s free (with snacks! and drinks! I hear!), so you should totally come on down!)
If you’re not in Chicago and/or wanna get your hands on the zine before the big launch, skip on over to the SMCx store!
Ready to relive your most uncomfortable experiences as a fellow queer / troublemaker / person who is awkward around their parents? Trans Man Walking #1 comes out here in the Sorry Mom Comix store on Tuesday, April 19th, and makes its real-life debut at the end of the month at Chicago Zine Fest on April 30th!
The buck doesn’t stop there, though – I’m doing a live reading of TMW #1 at the CZF Exhibitor Reading the night before, April 29th, at Workshop Chicago! Both the zine fest and the reading are free, so you should totally come support me / see me make a fool of myself in Chicago on the weekend of the 29th/30th!
TMW #1 is (obviously!) something I’m pretty proud of, and it’s been my first published comic/zine since coming out publically (try saying that five times fast), so it’s near and dear to my heart & I’m pumped to share it!
Hey Toronto!! Not only will I see you guys at TCAF (Toronto Comic Arts Fest) this year, but I’ll also be debuting Jedville, 2nd Edition! The color-cover, twice-as-much-content Jedville makes its first public appearance on May 14th, has 24 pages of hand-bound goodness, and retails for $5 US / $7 CAD!
I’m honestly so excited about this, especially since I had such a great time putting together the first Jedville (and this one comes right at the head of an actual Jed comic, for reasons obvious) – someone stop me from exploding!!
Don’t forget to check out the rest of the books debuting at TCAF (including work from my art and comix heroes Lisa Hanawalt and Simon Hanselmann), and also don’t forget, attending TCAF is free (and a wonderful way to get literary the weekend of May 14th & 15th!)