My drawing time is limited, particularly during the school year, but Tom and I are aiming to collectively publish a new book each year—this year it was the anthology , which I’m helping to edit.
I love collaborating with other cartoonists as a writer and editor, so that’s where a lot of my comics time is going. Right now I’m working on a queer fairy-tale comic tentatively titled “Spirit of the Prairie.” It’s going to be 12 pages, fully watercolored, and draw from the landscape of my home state of Kansas.
Luckily I had a fair bit of time over winter break to spend editing, and while things were slow at the beginning of the spring semester, we worked on the layout, ran the Kickstarter, and got edits out.
We decided to delay the printing until May so that we could give contributors a little more time to wrap up their work and so that I could be fully engaged during that final sprint. I had been looking at different depictions of Batman, Hermione Granger, Sherlock Holmes and other characters over time and across media (including fan art) for a final paper.
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