Put down yer chia pudding and pick up a copy of the July/August issue of the Women’s Review of Books! It features a new comic by yours truly in which Butcheye the Sailor Lassie (with some assistance from Sojourner Truth) offers a waterlogged but incisive consideration of the Womink problem. Check it out online!
Didja know I used to do a zine in which characters regularly appeared without trousers? I will be giving a talk on the angry 1990s sex rant that was negativa and the influence on my work of alternative comics and zines such as Love & Rockets, Eightball, Tom of Finland, G.B. Jones, Straight to Hell and more.
Tuesday, March 8, 2016, 7 PM.
131 8th Street — #4
Brooklyn, NY 11215
New York Comic Con 2015
Prism Comics Presents: Autobiography in Queer Comics
Sat. October 10| 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM | Room 1A01
The autobiography genre has been a staple of indie comics for decades. Some of the best examples of the form are the work of LGBT creators who have used this platform to share stories about their often misunderstood subcultures. Join Moderator Tara Madison Avery (Gooch) and Panelists Morgan Boecher (What’s Normal Anyway?), Sina Grace (Self-Obsessed), L. Nichols (Flocks), Carlo Quispe (Uranus), AK Summers (Pregnant Butch) and Ariel Schrag (Likewise) for a lively discussion about comics that are true to queer life!
This is kinda late for me to be posting this but…TONIGHT I’m on a panel with Phoebe Gloeckner and Nicole Georges at Northeastern Illinois University, moderated by real-deal, I’m-not-making-this-up, Professional Comics Scholar, Professor Hillary Chute! This should be a great big wide-open vat of a talk. Thrills ‘n spills with nibbage to spare! Open, as it should be, to the comics-concerned public.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 6-8 p.m.
3701 W Bryn Mawr Ave
Chicago, IL 60646
Free, No Tickets Required
Complimentary parking in Lot F or Levels 4 & 5 of the parking garage
This is a piece by Snow Kelleher about finding unexpected masculinity in the preggered state. Illustration by yours truly. Yes, the guy in the loincloth has a tail.
Here’s a little comic about my new favorite band Curtain of Udders, just up on Mutha Magazine.