For those tracking PictureStoryTheater.com, please note that I have combined all of my comics into a single site at TwentySevenLetters.com. I will no longer be updating PST with new comics, and will be taking down this version of the site. Please update your feeds and links. Thank you!
Show and Tell: A Collection of Comics About Teaching and Learning
I am on the editorial board for this anthology, and I contributed a true story from my own teaching experience as well! The book will be on sale this Saturday at the New England Comic Arts in the Classroom conference–and for those of you you won’t be at the conference, you can purchase copies here. Full contributor list and sample …
Audio Podcast of my Machine of Death Story
My contribution to the Machine of Death anthology, a short story titled “Aneurysm,” is now available as an audio podcast read by Kris Straub. Go listen!
New Story Begins Today, On My Other Site
I’ve got a new short comic starting today over at TwentySevenLetters.com. How to Be a Malcontent, illustrated by Dan Mazur, will be just a five-pager, starting today and updating every day this week. Enjoy! Be warned, this one features folks in their underwear and some suggestive content. Nothing graphic, but probably not something you’ll want to read at work or …
Gingerbread Houses Reviewed at CBR
Brigid Alverson gives Gingerbread Houses a brief but flattering review in the Robot 6 blog at Comic Book Resources!
I apologize for all of the repeat posts showing up in your RSS feeds–it’s a consequence of a site redesign I undertook this weekend. I’ve switched my site backend from ComicsPress to Webcomic, another WordPress plugin. Unfortunately, I lost all the transcripts I’d entered for the individual comics, and most of the permanent links have changed–if you’ve linked to any …
Arisia this Weekend
To those of you in the Boston area–I will be appearing on several panels at the sci-fi convention Arisia this weekend. The convention runs Jan 14-17, 2011, at the Westin Waterfront Hotel. My own panels will be on Sunday and Monday (schedule below), and for two of them I’ll be alongside my webcomicy friends Shaenon Garrity and Dirk Tiede–fun! Many …