December

I’m switching the order of these posts, putting the news up top and my reading list down below. That probably makes more sense, especially for a month like this when I did a lot of reading. I read several comics I had been putting off because I was asked to contribute to the Best of […]

November

Little Leagues #1, Simon Moreton Caryatid, Daryl Seitchik Pretending is Lying, Dominique Goblet Dyaa, Yvan Alagbe Blammo #10, Noah Van Sciver Some Trick, Helen DeWitt Georgia O’Keeffe: Abstraction, ed. Barbara Haskell Georgia O’Keeffe, Georgia O’Keeffe [the 1977 book that includes several long commentaries from O’Keeffe about her work] My Faraway One: Selected Letters of Georgia O’Keeffe and […]

October

Why Art, Eleanor Davis Fielder #1, Kevin Huizenga Or Else #3, Kevin Huizenga What The Body Is For, Madeleine Witt It’s Ok That It’s Not Ok Chapter 1, Christina Tran Georgia O’Keeffe: A Life, Roxana Robinson Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern, Wanda Corn Alfred Stieglitz: A Legacy of Light, Katherine Hoffman — I want to say a […]

September

Ley Lines: Recapitulation, L Nichols Summer Travel Zine 2018, Cathy G. Johnson Four Years Part One, Kevin Czap Rumbling Chapter 1-2, Kevin Huizenga An Untamed State, Roxane Gay An Abundance of Katherines, John Green Lethal White, Robert Galbraith — This post is late, because I’ve been deep into new projects, trying to pump out pages every day. But […]

August

Hold Still, Sally Mann Difficult Women, Roxane Gay Monograph, Chris Ware The Interview, Manuel Fiore Blackbird Days, Manuel Fiore (I really didn’t like this one. 80% of the stories in here didn’t merit being reprinted. It felt like the criteria for including work was “we need enough pages to make a book.”) Minor Leagues 6, Simon Moreton (Loved […]

Yearly 2018

Like many artists, I worry about how much work I’m making now and how much work I might make in the future as my life changes in ways I cannot predict. Not long ago I came upon an idea that helps me see this worry from a different perspective. Like many good ideas, it is […]

June

Reader’s Block, David Markson (reread) Georgia O’Keefe: Art and Letters, ed. Jack Cowart and Juan Hamilton But Is It Comic Aht #1, ed. Austin English — I have three living grandparents, all of whom recently gave away many of their belongings. The polite way to describe this, I think, is “downsizing.” Another way to describe […]