Canceled events 😢
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Canceled events 😢

Well, it has begun, and isn’t a huge surprise, but COVID-19 has been the cause of even cancelations around the country, and it’s finally hitting events that I was scheduled to be at. So, I’ve heard definitively from these events that: April 1st: April Fools Signing @ Old Firehouse Books – postponed TBD May 1-3rd: … Continue reading

Pokémon or Dolly Parton?
caricature / children's books / convention

Pokémon or Dolly Parton?

So, what are you doing this weekend? I’ll be doing caricatures and signing books at both the Minicon Family Fair and Dolly Days! MiniCon will be Saturday, January 25th from 9 am – 5 pm at the Landmark Academy in Commerce City. I will be debuting Saltwater Sillies the new book I illustrated with bestselling … Continue reading

2019 San Diego Comic-Con Report
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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

Will I see you at San Diego Comic-Con?
caricature / children's books / convention

Will I see you at San Diego Comic-Con?

I will be at small press table K14 (row 1400)!New pins debut! I know that a lot of you are excited about the 50th anniversary of Comic-Con International in San Diego, since there are going to be a lot of special exclusives and events going on around it. What better way to commemorate it than … Continue reading

2019 Denver Pop Culture Con Report
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2019 Denver Pop Culture Con Report

This was the first year the convention formerly known as Denver Comic Con was named Denver Pop Culture Con, and if this past weekend was any indication, it was a positive change. I used to gripe that the hardest place to sell comic books (or books of any kind) was at a convention with “comic” … Continue reading