To celebrate the 25th post on Curmudgeon (not counting guest comics), Foster and I are doing a sale on original artwork. Any Curmudgeon strip can be yours for only 25 dollars! If it’s not listed on Etsy just message or email me. These are not prints, these are originals, complete with blood, sweat, tears, and coffee stains.
Help us keep our lights on!
Femme a Barbe 3 is now available on Etsy. There are also a couple copies over at Red Emma’s in Baltimore!
30 pages, 12 contributors. Cover art by Deirdre M. It’s a really great issue, and I will be listing some on Etsy soon! I had a bunch but they all found new homes at the D.C. Zinefest on Saturday.
Sorry for the blurry picture, I know you like my khaki sheets. The real point is, you too can be a proud owner of a very limited number of Sassyfrass Circus #7! Get ‘em while they’re hot from Etsy. Inquire within if you want to trade and/or review.
“Sassyfrass Circus #7 features 26 pages of comics, flowcharts and rants covering topics that vary from cicadas to idiopathic hirsutism. Rave reviews include “This is barely coherent in a good way” and “it needed more comic representations of me”. Made in one cheese-fueled sitting with a circa-1970s Adler cursive typewriter, a fairly functional printer, and some scraps of paper. Half size, black and white, pretty amusing and a perfect length to read on the toilet.”
p.s. Sassyfrass Circus is not for profit and all monies go towards printing and postage costs, and occasional other supplies like tape, staples and oh so much rubber cement.
If you have ordered a zine you will be getting it so soon! Also I think I’m fairly up-to-date with all my penpals, but if you’re waiting on a letter from me, please let me know!
Yo folks, if you order Femme a Barbe 1 today or tomorrow from my Etsy, I will throw in Femme a Barbe 2 absolutely free!
Edit: I got too lazy so here is a link to a solid tutorial. I love mini-zines, because I love small things.
oh, p.s. i added some more copies of femme a barbe 1 to my etsy if you want it. the final deadline for femme a barbe 2 is tomorrow so hopefully i will have the zine finished by the end of august, and it will be awesome.
Sketch of myself and instructor Lynn Huang, as busted out by my awesomely talented student Jonathan in the last five minutes of class.
Our awesome class zine, featuring work from 9 super-gifted (though super-goofy) middle and high school students who chose to spend 7 hours a day for 3 weeks in a class room with 1 grad student and 1 teaching assistant who taught them big words like “phenomenology” and forced them to draw comics.
ohh CTY. oh.
also, i listed the “Mint” mini-comic on Etsy, if y’all want one.
So you know, if the zine-buying mood strikes you, feel free to get your fix here, on my Etsy.
p.s. i am back in D.C., all ye for whom this is pertinent information.