Hello sweets!

I streamlined the shop a little and changed prices to reflect what it actually costs to pack and ship everything.  Sadly, while I have a passion for art, my business sense is rather lacking, so I’m trying to be smarter about things!  Not all is bad for my dear readers, however: I finally grew a pair and put my two adult comics in the shop!  The majority of my audience is adult because my material tends to be more heavy and less teeny-bopper, plus in my professional circles, I mostly meed other artists who enjoy and produce erotic work.  It’s such a vital part of my identity, my work, and cultures I feel I’m a part of that it is a mistake not to be open about it, even if some professionals might discourage it.  If you are interested, please check out the shop.

I realized lately that I’ve been releasing too little art promoting the Horace Spiegelman book I did with Socar Myles.  This is slowly being remedied.  I uploaded my absolute favorite illustration I did to my gallery and DeviantArt.  You can see it here.

One of my next to-do items is making a page for Picnic on the Moon and uploading more material there.  It may be self-indulgent and at time too personal for reader comfort, but it is good fun for me. 🙂  And who knows, someday I once I’m dead and gone, future generations might view it as some important kind of documentation of a poor, queer, crazy artist in San Francisco at the start of the new millennium.  Here’s hoping!

Be well everyone!


I just finished a picture for a holiday project, I’m in the middle of another one, and I got the pencils for the next page of Acrobats nearly ready!  But in the meantime… The illustration book I’d been working on for a year is now ready!!  It is called Horace Spiegelman Gets Made Redundant.  The text and half the illustrations are by my buddy Socar Myles of Gorblimey.

Color cover and everything!  I’ll have the first copies for sale at tomorrow’s East Bay Alternative Press Book Fair in Berkeley, CA.  I think it’s going to be exactly like Zinfest but in the East Bay.  Which is GREAT.

I should have copies of this book in the shop in the coming week. :>