Valley of the Silk Sky

queer YA science fiction webcomic Valley of the Silk Sky

Valley of the Silk Sky is my ongoing queer YA science fiction webcomic! You can follow comic updates here on Studio NDR, on the Valley of the Silk Sky tumblr website [mobile-friendly, paginated view].

I have a whole lot of other comics from various series I’ve produced over the years, and which cover a wide variety of topics: transfolk, gay Republicans, queer sports, goths, Orthodox Jewish cats, editorial cartoons, and other random junk right here! Many (if not most) of these comics are intended for mature audiences. Click on a link below to see a list of online comics available for that category.

Transposes by Dylan Edwards


My book from Northwest Press, a collection of non-fiction comics about the lives of seven queer-identified FTM and genderqueer transpeople.

Politically InQueerect

Politically InQueerect

Put gay Republicans, goth lipstick lesbians, genderqueers, and bisexual musicians into blender. Mix at low speed until thoroughly entangled. Salt and pepper to taste. Garnish with irony.

The Outfield

The Outfield

Comics about queers, sports, and queers in sports. The Outfield was published monthly at from 2002-2009.

Misc Madness

Misc Madness

A whole lot of comics about a whole lot of totally random, unrelated things. This section includes shorter or concluded series like Matzo the Kosher Kat, Transtoons, and suchlike.

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial Cartoons

The weekly editorial cartoon I did for TXT Newsmagazine (formerly the Texas Triangle) from 2004-2005, plus a few additional cartoons on political themes.



This is Vas from the Webcomic Underdogs group. You really have quite the body of work and a foreword from Alison Bechdel no less! It’s pretty exciting to finally check out what you do and I will definitely subscribe to Politically InQueerect on Tapastic.


Thank you, Vas! I’m so glad you stopped by to check out my stuff. Please do read along with PIQue on Tapastic. So far it’s just the colorized versions of the strips from issue #2, but they’re so much easier to read than the old optimized-for-dialup-and-CRT image files I have on here. :)

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