Posts tagged with transposes

Lots of PiQue goings on, and an art show

This week’s Politically InQueerect on Tapastic is a repurposed Outfield comic from days of yore. Yeah, it’s not the right season for discussing baseball, but I’ll be spending most of the summer running the new, long-form PiQue story I’ve been working furiously on. I’m in the midst of penciling page 20, and have inked up through page 14. Still need

Transposes named one of The Advocate’s five best LGBT Graphic Novels for 2013

I’m very pleased to announce that Transposes was included in The Advocate’s list of Five of the Best LGBT Graphic Novels of 2013. I am definitely in some excellent company there, I gotta say. Be sure to check out everyone they mentioned. And thanks to the Advocate for helping promote queer comics! Cheers, Dylan

New week, new PIQue

Let’s find out what Todd and Dee are up to, shall we? Dee asks the question you’ve all been harboring, then gets distracted by a cute girl before she can press for an answer. It’s all in this week’s PIQue. Lammy update: Transposes did not win (sad trombone), but No Straight Lines scooped up the Lammy for best anthology. So

PIQue, a Podcast, and Plambda Pliterary Pawards

First off, it being Wednesday, I have for you the latest episode of the remastered-in-color Politically InQueerect. Click on through to see it as you’ve never seen it before! Bonus points if you can spot Rand’s movie quote paraphrase. Next up, as I mentioned last week, I did a podcast interview with Comic Book Queers, wherein we discuss Transposes, the

New PiQues, and Denver Lambda reading for Transposes this Friday

I guess I totally failed to update here last week, for which you can blame my cross-country move and resultant lack of internet. I did, however, continue to upload remastered Politically InQueerect comics to Tapastic, so get yerself over here to get caught up: Also, if you’re in the Denver area, you should totally come to the Lambda Literary Award

Two San Francisco events this week

I have two separate events in San Francisco this week, so if you’re in town you should stop by (they’re both FREEEEEEEEE!) Event The First: Noe Valley Word Week LGBT panel March 18, 2013 7:00 – 9:00 PM Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/487609354630841/?ref=2 Event The Second: QU33R sneak peek reading & popup art show March 19, 2013 7:00 – 9:00 PM

Transposes gets a Lambda nomination!

Earlier this week, the Lambda Literary Foundation released the list of nominees for the 25th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, and Transposes was nominated for Transgender Nonfiction. The awards ceremony will be June 3, 2013, so I’ll let you know then if I won or not. But it’s a thrill and an honor to be nominated. Here’s the Northwest Press statement

An interview with Outlook Columbus, and a move

There’s an interview with me in the most recent issue of Outlook Columbus (the March 2013 ish, it so happens). If you click on the “Current Issue” box and go to page 38, you ought be able to read it just fine. Meanwhile, I am in the process of moving, so it’s going to be quiet here for a bit.

Two more Transposes articles

A couple more media mentions of Transposes have come in: Lambda Literary has a review of the book up now in their comics section, from Cathy Camper – “A major step to breaking down closet doors is to provide venues for trans* people to see themselves. Edward’s graphic novel does just that …. Edwards’ black and white comics are open

Transposes now available at Book People in Austin

I just handed Book People a bunch of consignment copies of Transposes, so you should now be able to roll on into the store and buy yourself a copy (if you’re in Austin, that is). You’ll find it shelved with graphic novels, and possibly also LGBT studies, but probably graphic novels is your best bet. So, if you have a