2013 In Review

2013 was a fantastic year. I’ve managed to accomplish a lot in the past 12 months, most notably, perhaps, the release of Hic & Hoc‘s first anthology, Unknown Origins & Untimely Ends (which has been getting some nice reviews!). More recently, I had some of my work published in Symbolia‘s “This Might Hurt” issue, which focused on health.

I worked on a story for this issue with Minnesota Public Radio about integrative healthcare. Here’s my favorite page from the piece (the colors by Kat Leyh really are fantastic):

I also very recently had a short story appear in Bitch magazine for their “Adventures in Feministory” feature on the back page. I’ve long been a reader and fan of Bitch, so this was particularly exciting for me.

Also this year, had some of my illustrations featured in an Oregon Public Broadcasting documentary about Portland. Symbolia’s “True Crime” issue included my story about juggalos. The Cartoon Picayune published my story about Ottawa, Illinois’ Radium Girls. Another one of my stories was featured in The End, Oh Well, an apocalypse-themed anthology. I published two brand new minicomics, and created some new merchandise to go along with them.

So, 2013 was a productive year! I’m already working on making 2014 just as action-packed. Keep your eyes peeled for my work over at The Nib later this year, as well as in the pages of a few upcoming anthologies. As always, you can check back here for news and updates about my most recent work and any events I’ll be attending. You can also follow me on Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, or Instagram for news, pictures, and ramblings. Happy new year!