Posts tagged with The Scoop

Valley of the Silk Sky chapter 7 begins!

The hiatus is over – now let’s find out just what the heck went down at the waystation. Read page 64 here: on Tumblr on Tapastic on Studio NDR Seeing as it’s been, cough, six months since the last VotSS installment, now might be a good time to rattle the ol’ cup. Valley of the Silk Sky is a project

New comic for Illustrated PEN

Here we go! New comic up on the state of my brain post-election: This is part of a series of comics by a bunch of different folks, aptly titled State of Emergency. EDIT: The link broke, apparently because they moved servers last night. Here’s the link for all the State of Emergency comics. Cheers, Dylan

2017 events, and new comics on the way

Finally updated my Appearances page with my 2017 show schedule. I’ll add more events as they’re confirmed, but so far this is what I have planned. I just recently finished a new autobio comic for Illustrated Pen, which is scheduled to go live in the next couple of weeks. Once it’s up I will, of course, provide a link, but

Valley of the Silk Sky: Year 2

Okay, so technically I’m posting this a month early. VoSS’s birthday is January 14. BUT! Chapter 7 is going to start running next month, so I wanted to have a little something to tide you over until then. Hence this ridiculous Year 2 graphic. You can view it at any of these fine locations: the VoSS website Tapastic Studio NDR

Talkin’ indie comics in Tokyo, Mini Comic Con this Saturday

I’ll be at Mini Comic Con this Saturday, December 3, here in Denver. It’s free and runs from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, so if you’re in town you should come check it out! So that talk on Entrepreneurship in American Independent comics that I gave in Tokyo at the American Center? The video is now on line for your

Asexual Awareness Week, Valley of the Silk Sky progress report, Japan talk

So hey, it’s Asexual Awareness Week! If you haven’t done so already, be sure to check out my comic for The Nib, wherein I go on about intersections of asexual, queer, and trans identities. I was also interviewed for the BiCast podcast, wherein Sara Beth Brooks and I talk with Lynnette McFadzen about – what else? – ASEXUALITY. You can

New comic up on The Nib

Sorry I’ve been so quiet lately. I’ve been working on a ton of freelance, but you can now peep some of the stuff that’s been keeping me busy! First off, check out this new comic I did for The Nib. Seven whole pages of autobio comic shenanigans about being queer, asexual, and trans. If you liked my QAT Person minicomic,

SPX this weekend! Come to the thing!

It is time once again for the Small Press Expo to commence! This weekend, September 17-18, 2016, you will find me at the MARRIOTT NORTH BETHESDA HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER. [Dunt dunt dunn] I’ll be ensconced at the Northwest Press table D2. Also, as you may recall, the Beyond Anthology is nominated for an Ignatz Award, so like vote for

Awards and noms

Exciting news! That comic I did for Fusion last year, “How I told My Grandma I’m Transgender,” has won the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association Award for Excellence in Transgender Coverage! HOW. COOL. IS. THAT. (Answer: it’s pretty darn cool.) If you’d like to have a copy of this comic in print format, remember you can buy the minicomic

FlameCon this weekend, Valley of the Silk Sky progress report

This very weekend, August 20-21, you can find me at FlameCon in Brooklyn, NY! I’m super excited about this queer comics convention. If you, also, are excited about queer comics and are in NY, come to the thing. I’ll be at table 17 with Eric Arroyo and Kou Chen, and will also be participating in the Queercopia Readings at noon