My book is now listed on Amazon. Drones will be delivering it to your door before you know it! I have a favor to ask for those who have read it. Consider taking a few minutes to review it on the site. People actually read them and make their purchases based on them. That’s why I haven’t read the Twilight series.
It’s “Cyber Monday” and I’m selling copies of Life Begins At Incorporation for $15 for today only! Works as a pretty cheap gift or good plane reading for yourself when you have to visit relatives this month.
NSFWcorp, where I’ve been contributing and editing comics since the first issue earlier this year, has sold to the tech site PandoDaily, bringing over its core staff as well as David Sirota to refocuses more on Silicon Valley. Paul Carr and Sarah Lacey wrote about the deal separately today, here and here.
Unfortunately, “nsfwcorp” will cease to exist as an entity, but the staff will continue to do what they’ve always done in a new investigative reporting arm at the now-renamed Pando.com. Most importantly (to me) print will not only continue, but continue to feature comics in a newly redesigned, beefed up edition called “PandoQuarterly.” It will be released quarterly.
Tucked in both Lacey and Carr’s big announcement is a much smaller announcement: I’ve been working on packing the next print edition full of comics. The first issue due out in December will feature comics journalism from Susie Cagle, Tom Humberstone, Sarah Jaffe and Molly Crabapple, as well as the regular stable of cartoons from Brian McFadden, Ted Rall, Jen Sorensen, Scott Bateman, and Ryan Pequin.
This week on our super serious punditry show, Brian McFadden and I discuss recent cartoons on Statin, cuts to SNAP, and a terrible millennial-bashing self-help book. I’m actually actually coming to you live from his parents basement for this one. Watch here.
I have two events coming up in Columbus, Ohio, this month. I’ll be speaking at The Billy Ireland Festival of Cartoon Art on Saturday the 16th, part of a whole weekend of events with cartoonists far more notable than me.
I’ll also be speaking at The Free Press awards dinner on the evening of Monday the 18th. Original art and books will be on sale for this. Facebook page here.
Im back with Brian McFadden of The New York Times for our super serious punditry show. This week we go over recent cartoons on Healthcare.gov and cuts to SNAP, as well as what may be the most crotchety column ever written about Kids These Days.
And yup, as with most things lately I’m posting this over at Medium now. This, however, will be motivating us to do it more than once a month and keep to a weekly schedule.