Lots of announcements to make! First up, I added my newest minicomic to my Gumroad store. QAT Person 2 contains comics I’ve done for The Nib and PEN America, as well as some extras. So if you’ve been wanting print versions of those, here ’tis!
I also have two illustrations in the upcoming Butch Lesbians of the ’20s, ’30’s, and ’40s Coloring Book, which is scheduled for a June release from Stacked Deck Press. You can preorder now, though!
Next week, May 26-29, I’ll be at WisCon. You will mostly be able to find me in the vendor’s room with my comics and Feeping Creatures stuff. I’ll also be on three panels:
Small Everyday Forms of Resistance in SF/F
Saturday, May 27
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM
Alt-Comix, How Do They Work?
Sunday, May 28
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
World-Building through Profanity
Sunday, May 28
4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
So THAt oughta be a bucket of fun. (That profanity panel I am extremely excited about, I gotta say.)
Finally, I’m sorry to say I’ve decided to remove my comics from Tapastic. Their most recent update to the terms of service was unacceptable to me, so I’ve deleted all my series on there. You can, of course, still read my comics right here at studiondr.com, or you can follow Valley of the Silk Sky on tumblr.
Over the past few months, Comicosity has been assembling a list of top 100 comics with LGBTA representation, and Transposes is featured as one of the titles.
There’s a lot of good stuff on the list, so if you’re hankerin’ for new queer/trans comics to read, give it a look!
It’s been awful quiet around here. What else is going on, you might ask?
Mostly I’ve been working on stuff for print publication, so I haven’t had much to post online. Turned in my story for the upcoming Secret Loves of Geeks anthology (should be out this winter), and am currently scribbling away on a couple of pieces for Stacked Deck Press’s next coloring book (Butches of the 20s, 30s, and 40s). The first coloring book of Queer Heroes is available for purchase here, and includes my Edward Gorey illustration.
Anyway, if you want to take a sneak peek at these works in progress, I’ve been keeping my Patrons updated with teasers. One single dollar a month gets you access, and helps keep me creating queer comics goodness.