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  • New zine! Miss Sequential #6: Winter Thoughts

    New zine! Miss Sequential #6: Winter Thoughts

    I was in Chicago this past weekend for Chicago Zine Fest-- it was a great time, and if you're looking to get into zines I'd definitely recommend browsing the vendor list to see if there's something you might like to read. If you find yourself in Chicago, I have restocked several of my zines at Quimby's, and I know many other zine people have, too, so be sure to visit them!

    Because I can't NOT make something new for a zine fest, I got my act together and made this, the sixth issue of Miss Sequential, a zine series that is about my life, I guess. Anyway, this issue is smallish and is about things I have been thinking about this winter. I mentioned this to one of my friends, and she asked if I'd come to any big conclusions this winter. Thankfully, no: this is a zine of fun, my friends. There are lists of songs to listen to in winter, and movies to NOT watch in winter. There are little drawings of winter clothes. It is a quick, happy read. If this appeals, you can buy one here in my online shop.

    Also, I am running pretty low on this Ben Day dot film stuff I use for halftones in my comics, so it's possible that this might be one of the last zines with awesome grays. I know you can fake it on a computer, but I don't want to. But that said, if you can help me find a reliable source for more, I would love to send you zines or draw you something. Email me!

  • Chicago Zine Fest, March 15th

    Hello, readers! It's been a while, and I'm popping in to let you know that if you're in the Chicago area, you can visit me at the Chicago Zine Fest this Saturday, March 15 from 11-6. I'll have an assortment of my zines from the past and present, and POSSIBLY the future (meaning I'm working on something new that's not done yet). I heard that Parcel Ghost might make an appearance, but since he's invisible, we may never know if he even showed up! That is the magic of zine fest.

    Hope to see you there!

  • Threadbare opening Saturday 12/7 in Somerville, MA

    Threadbare opening Saturday 12/7 in Somerville, MA

    I'm thrilled to announce that a new series of fiber pieces I've been working on for the past few months will be featured in the new exhibit Threadbare at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville, MA. It's a group show with artists Lauren Leone and Courtney McKenna, and the opening is this Saturday 12/7 from 7-10pm

    There's more info on the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/676580085709193/

    If you can't make it to the opening this Saturday evening, we will also have open gallery hours every Saturday in December from 12-4pm (this includes the day of the opening). I look forward to sharing my new work with you!

  • Pop-Up Art Stop: free workshop October 26th

    Pop-Up Art Stop: free workshop October 26th

    Mark your calendars! As part of the community benefit requirement for our respective Somerville Arts Council fellowship grants, friend/fellow artist Lauren Leone and I will be presenting a FREE drop-in workshop on making stenciled and/or embroidered patches and postcards on October 26th.

    We'll be under a tent at the Union Square Farmer's Market from 9-1, we're welcoming all ages and levels of art experience. Come by and make something!

    More details here: Pop-Up Art Stop


    This project is funded in part by a grant from the Somerville Arts Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.