My new business cards are in just in time for the Ocala First Friday Art Walk tomorrow 👌 I’ll be slinging comics + prints from 6pm to 9pm in front of Tumbleweed, near Magnolia and 2nd Ave. Come say hi!
I got my first batch of Housing + Transit minis in this month! This two-part comic (written by Josh Kramer and illustrated by Dan Nott and myself) explains why unaffordable housing and crumbling transit infrastructure plague our cities, and what we can do about it. If you haven’t gotten the chance to pick up one of these in person you can grab yours now at shop.teenyrobots.net.
Hey SEATTLE, I’ll be at Short Run Comix + Arts Festival THIS SATURDAY November 9th. We’ll be slinging comics at the Fisher Pavilion from 11am to 6pm—stop by and say hi at table E24!
Speaking of 🖊inktober did you know that my inktober2018 drawings are collected in a chilling mini comic about turning 30?
Diary of a Young Hag pairs all my witchy drawings with an essay about responding to a quarter-life crisis by running away to the forest, a truly mature and appropriate way to deal with one’s problems. Grab yours at shop.teenyrobots.net before they’re gone 👻🎃
This comic is also available in my spooky halloween bundle, on sale now through Oct 31st!
You know what’s truly spine-chilling? Getting together with your friends to hex in the name of working class struggle. W.I.T.C.H. was formed by socialist feminists in the 60’s with a march down Wall Street to place a hex on the finance district.
Surrealist protest really inspires me, so I made this sticker! Grab it from my shop at shop.teenyrobots.net so you too can show your support for W.I.T.C.H. This sticker is also part of my spoooky October bundle, available on sale for the rest of the month 🧙♀️
Hey, spooks! For the rest of October I’m running a sale on all my spookiest comics! Snag Diary of a Young Hag, Hotel California, and a W.I.T.C.H. sticker for $15. Get your terrifying mix of romance, autobio, and history in my store at spooky.teenyrobots.net.