Can I draw you into my next book?
caricature / children's books

Can I draw you into my next book?

I’m excited to announce my next project along with best-selling author Natasha Wing has launched on Kickstarter today: Saltwater Sillies! I will be illustrating this aquatic joke book given we reach our goal, so please do us the favor of at least clicking through to the campaign to check it out and sharing this campaign … Continue reading

I Want More Comics signing this Saturday!
children's books / retailers

I Want More Comics signing this Saturday!

Come join the incomparable Kaz Windness and me as we debut our latest books this Saturday, September 14th from 11 am – 1 pm at I Want More Comics! We will have readings, signings, and Mother Goth Rhymes and There’s a Zombie in the Basement swag for your purchasing pleasure as well! Click on the … Continue reading

Educator Nights at the Tattered Cover – Sept. 4 & 5
children's books / education

Educator Nights at the Tattered Cover – Sept. 4 & 5

For the second year in a row, the Tattered Cover Book Store has invited me to be a part of their Educator Night both nights to talk about my There’s a Zombie in the Basement school visits: This is a special event expressly for current Denver Metro-area school librarians, teachers and school administration in elementary, … Continue reading

Time lapse video of cover art for secret project!
children's books

Time lapse video of cover art for secret project!

Okay, it’s not quite a secret anymore, but this is a children’s joke book I’m doing with best selling author Natasha Wing. We’re crowdfunding the project, which will launch on September 15th, but you can get a preview of the campaign here. Let us know what you think. Do you like the reward levels? Do … Continue reading

2019 San Diego Comic-Con Report
caricature / children's books / convention / gallery

2019 San Diego Comic-Con Report

I can’t believe this was the 50th San Diego Comic-Con, and my EIGHTEENTH year of exhibiting! And, while I didn’t exceed my record sales from last year, there were a lot of things that made this particular year particularly special. Firstly, my good friend and fellow kidlit author/illustrator, Kaz Windness, who was debuting her convention … Continue reading