Ever since 2007, Annie has been helping artists bring their work to the public supporting everything from comics, art books, exhibitions, prints, and alternative zines. Koyama Press supports a myriad of genres, publishing edgy and diverse titles then helping them find their audience.
I’ll have a new comic out as part of Alice Blue’s second Shotgun Wedding series, a self-published Werewolf mini comic, and maybe some poems about donuts.
Come check it out, Nov 30th at Washington Hall!
The Woman Who Played With Fire by Melissa Smith Narratively - Narratively: Local stories, boldly told.
Hey! I illustrated this article for Narrative.ly for the week of Veteran’s Day!
Many of you already may know about the MUSTER-LIST, the list of cartoonists and comics retailers that Chuck Forsman’s been putting together for a while now. Maybe you don’t. Either way, I’d like to bring it onto your radar/back on your radar.
The mission of the muster list is to direct readers to mini-comics - Link directly to buy pages when possible - Generate some sales - Pretty simple.
If you’re looking for places that might want to stock your comics in the United States, give the MUSTER-LIST a look through and contact some shops.
If you’re interested in exploring new avenues in cartooning, take a little stumble through the list of makers. You’ll likely find out about someone neat that you might not have known about before.
Either way, don’t forget, the Muster-List is there when you need it.
This Thursday, 11/7 at 7pm!
Hey! Jen Vaughn and I will be exhibiting at Geek Girl Con in Seattle on October 19th and 20th at the Washington State Convention Center. Which is like, 15 minutes from my house. I’m pretty excited about that part.
I’m gonna bring all the comics and maybe something new.
penny lantern will be selling Bingo Baby here next to Jen and Colleen this weekend as well!
Come get your copy of Penny Lantern from Donna Almendrala!