How to live together: THE SURVEY

Hello friends!

I'm working on a comic book. The theme is:

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As such, I'm trying to get the inside scoop on how other people live together, what they have to do to make it work and their successes and failures when they encounter difficulties and incompatibilities. Then I want to draw those things!

If you would like to participate by taking a survey about your co-habitation experiences I would feel the burning gratitude of a thousand suns. Truly.

I may also ask if I can draw you, or your place, or send you some follow up questions - however the survey can be taken anonymously as well.

Thank you for even considering it friend. You deserve a cake. A CAKE!!!!

Your pal,


ps. Thanks lovely folks who sent some question ideas my way! 

pps. For the deep cuts readers, the comic book I was working on forever about going backpacking (in which Bjork appears my imagination...) has been shelved for the time being. More on that later.


If you currently live with someone, please click HERE.

If you used to live with someone, please click HERE.


New Mini-Comic Second Banana!

Hey charming folks! 

My new (cat endorsed!) mini-comic Second Banana is now available online, you can pick up a copy here!  

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It's 12 pages (not including a spooky bonus section) rehashing more of my family's personal business. In particular this little comic is about having a very bright, influential and nerdy older brother whose fascination with H.P. Lovecraft, demons and ghosts had unintended consequences for our relationship.

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Also, I'm trying out a new system of using Etsy as my online store, if anyone finds this extra step annoying let me know, feedback is welcome! 

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In other news San Francisco Zine Fest last weekend was lovely and exciting. Cookies, wigs, comics, and lots and lots and lots of talking. I tabled both days (first time in a while! wohoo!) so I was extra excited Sunday to just sit in that hot, chaotic little nest and bask in the creative joy/angst/hysteria. Thanks you guys who came by for a hello! It was truly a delight.

I haven't dug into my pile of new comics and zines yet, but Saturday night I read Jason Martin's new book Driftwood City in one sitting and really loved it. Much recommended!


More soon! 

your pal,