Hi readers! This blog has been relegated to acting as an occasional announcement board for the last few years as I've focused my attention on other platforms, but I have some educational tidbits I'd love to share somewhere more permanent. So let's try something new! I've assembled this not-so-brief essay introduction to a couple common … Continue reading Distro for Dummies
Let's take a brief trip back in time to January, 2016. When Jessica Abel started posting the podcast adaptation of her storytelling handbook Out on the Wire, I was totally hooked. The series pulled from her own robust career and from interviews she’d done with luminary radio hosts and journalists, but took a wider stance on applying their lessons … Continue reading Live Event: Demons & Monsters with Jessica Abel
I have new video up from my time at The Animation Workshop in Denmark, where I was teaching a class on webcomics and social media earlier this month. (This is the first time I've had video footage of my public speaking—thanks, Sam!—which is really exciting.) If you’re a person who makes things on the Internet, or … Continue reading New Talk: The View from Aloft
So. Wow. TCAF and VanCAF. Holy cannoli what an amazing couple of shows. Sold out of basically everything, met a ton of new fans and familiar faces, moderated my first panel, hung out with some incredible creators, ate delicious food, and just generally dissolved in a giant pool of happiness and gratitude that I get … Continue reading TCAF/VanCAF Recap
Hi gang! First off: big thanks to all of you who came out last month to say hello at Emerald City Comicon. It was incredibly cool to see so many familiar faces and get comics into returning hands. I promise I'll keep cranking 'em out so you'll have more to enjoy in 2015. Now: I … Continue reading Panels, Podcasts, and Posts!
Well, as a reward for having laid out Baggywrinkles at long last, the Universe decided to bless me with the magical gift of a Facet Joint Syndrome flare-up last week. The details are unimportant, aside from that fact that it involved lots of pain. Fortunately, thanks to the magic of modern medicine, I'm slowly recovering … Continue reading Knottage