Hi, again! Here’s an interview with me on the Kids Comics Tour Blog, which is full of other great interviews with such folks as Craig Thompson and Cecil Castellucci.
Also, Odd Duck en français wins the Livrentete Prize in France, voted on by children and run by the French national library!
Hi!! Look! A sneak peak at the cover of the new edition of Sweaterweather!
Hi again! A link to a recent interview on the excellent Pen and Oink website.
Hello! A link to an interview on Indie Pop Market website.
I am honored to be an exhibitor on November 8-9 at the fantastic Comic Arts Brooklyn!! I’ll be selling lots of handmade items including zines, hats, prints, jewelry, cards, bags, t-shirts, stationary, wallets, and glasses! If you miss CAB, you can still catch me in Manhattan at the Degenerate Craft Fair on December 6-7. See you there!
Also, if you are in NYC and you like Illustration, you should really go see the School of Visual Arts MFA Illustration 30th Anniversary Show, up through December 17. It’s HUGE and has such great illustration in so many different forms – posters, toys, products, packaging. It’s really inspiring (and I’m not just saying that because I studied there!) Also, Aya Kakeda and I designed the children’s book room – below is a picture of me reading a book there
I am now selling sterling silver and brass jewelry on my new Etsy store!
Please spread the word!!
Please come visit me on Saturday, June 7, at the Grand Comics Festival in Brooklyn! I’ll have books plus a lot of handmade items for sale – small zipper bags, greeting cards, mini-comics, t-shirts, stationery, wallets, screenprints, and more! Please email me with any questions you have about the event.
Some felt animals for my friends Miles and Eily!
Here is part of a Passover illustration project I did for someone, featuring the Ten Plagues!! (My favorite is Plague 6: Boils.) Happy Passover, everyone!