It’s Emerald City Comic Con time again! From March 1st-4th 2018, I will be in Seattle at the Iron Circus Comics booth (212) at ECCC. I will be selling O Human Star books and goods as always, but I will also be showing off an extensive preview of Meal, my graphic novel coming in fall 2018. You can also find me at the downtown Seattle Public Library on Thursday March 1st at 12:45 pm where I will be on a roundtable about LGBTQ graphic novels. See you there!
I’m excited present the finished cover for Meal, the graphic novel I’ve written with Soleil Ho that’s coming out this fall from Iron Circus Comics! The colors were provided by the inimitable Kiku Hughes, whose work can be found here. More information about Meal can be found here!
For my final convention of 2017, I’m traveling to Los Angeles for Comic Arts LA from December 9-10. I’ve heard great things about this show and I’m excited to check it out.
I’m also moderating a panel on Saturday December 9th about queer comics with my esteemed peers Taneka Stotts, Iasmin Omar Ata, Sunmi, and Melanie Gillman. I’ll see you there!
I will be tabling at MICE in Cambridge, MA this weekend (October 21-22)! Come find me at table A39 in the Atrium, or drop in on the Queer Fantastic panel on Sunday October 22 at 11:30 am!
SPX is this weekend (9/16-17) in Bethesda, MD, and I’ll be selling O Human Star books, minis, and other goodies at the Iron Circus Comics table, W72-73! Come say hi to me and my buds Spike, Amanda, and Kel while you enjoy the con!
Time for an exciting update for the comic I’ve been working on all year! I’m thrilled to announce that the talented Soleil Ho is joining me as a cowriter on Meal, the insect restaurant romance graphic novel that’ll be published by Iron Circus Comics in 2018!
Soleil’s a pro when it comes to preparing and writing about food, and the book is better for the work she’s putting into it. Can’t wait to show you folks the finished thing next year!
I’m excited to announce that I have arranged continued sales of O Human Star Volume 1 and Volume 2 through the fulfiller of my 2016 Kickstarter, Blackbox!
You can now place orders for unpersonalized books using the buttons below, although you can still order signed and sketched books at the original OHS store.
Buy O Human Star Volume 1 at Blackbox
Buy O Human Star Volume 1 Softcover
Buy O Human Star Volume 2 at Blackbox
Buy O Human Star Volume 2 Softcover
I’ve got a busy May ahead of me, with 3 conventions!
First up, I am returning to TCAF this weekend, May 13 – 14, at the Toronto Reference Library. You can find O Human Star stuff on the 2nd floor, table 244, with Joamette Gil!
I’m also thrilled to announce that I’m gonna be on my first ever TCAF panel: 21st Century Webcomics with Tom Spurgeon, Matt Lubchansky, Priya Huq, and Michael Deforge. (!!!) That’s gonna be on Saturday the 13th, 2:45 pm, in the High Park Ballroom at the Marriott Bloor-Yorkville.
Next, I’m going to be tabling at VanCAF, in the Roundhouse in Vancouver, on May 20th and 21st! I’ll be at table D12, within spitting distance of a lot of pals, and I’ll be on a panel on Saturday at 12:30 about comics and food, with Sarah Becan, Jade Feng Lee, Levi Hastings, and Becca Tobin. I’ll see you there!
And finally, I will be in the Dealer’s Room at WisCon 41, from May 25 to the 29th, in Madison, Wisconsin! This is a brand new show for me and I’m excited to see what the fabled WisCon is like. So keep an eye out for me!
I’m pleased to announce that with the vast majority of Kickstarter backer orders fulfilled, paperback copies of O Human Star Volumes 1 and 2 have returned to my online store! As always, there are options for receiving your books signed and sketched in. Thank you, backers, for helping make these books possible, and I look forward to sharing them with new readers!
I was commissioned to make this poster and was very pleased with the result. Prints of it are available at InPRNT, with all of the artist proceeds going to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. The full image file is also available to download here if you’d like to print posters for your own (personal, noncommercial) use, but I encourage you to also donate to SRLP if you do so. Thanks, and be good to each other.