So, well, let’s see. I haven’t posted much for the last couple of weeks because the website hasn’t been up much. We’ve been experiencing come hosting issues, but fortunately if you follow my on Facebook or Twitter or Tumblr or whatnot you’ve been able to enjoy watching me complain about that. You’ve also been able to enjoy tons of new art I’ve actually been posting, so there’s that, too. I have up with the whole SFW thing on my Tumblr and added the N to that bitch, so now I’ve been posting a bunch of naked drawings on there, too.
Hopefully I’ll resume posting normally soon, now that the web hosting issues seem to be resolved at the moment, and hopefully be blogging a bunch, too, due to the huge number of important things that I continually have to say. I’m making this blog mainly to notify people about a couple awesome upcoming events that I’m going to be reading at in the next two days. If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area in the next two days, you should definitely check out at least one of them:
Tomorrow: A release party for the No Straight Lines book collection. Edited by the great Justin Hall, this book is a big, massive history of gay comics, and packed with amazing things by a lot of people who are my friends, and a lot of people whose work I don’t know and am excited to discover. Absolutely everybody should be able to discover some amazing new comics they’ve never see before in this collection, and also get some great comics by cartoonists they all love, all printed in a really classy Fantagraphics hardcover collection on beautiful paper with the comics looking great. I’m honored to be in the collection. So, buy a copy! Seriously. There was a reading I attended last week at the Cartoon Art Museum where several of the contributors read great pieces, and tomorrow’s event at Books Inc. will hopefully be equally great with readings by me, Justin Hall, Ed Luce, Trina Robbins, and Robert Triptow.
And then on Friday: The release party for the latest and final installment of Jon Macy’s Fearful Hunter series, at the Center for Sex and Culture. Jon’s been working on his opus of butch gay werewolf/druid/tentacle love for a few years now, and with this final installment the book is finally completed. I’ll be reading there along with friends including Jon, Agnes Czaja, and Justin Hall, so that should be epic as well!