About Writing, Samuel R. Delany I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women, eds. Caroline Bergvall, Laynie Browne, Teresa Carmody, Vanessa Place Playground, Berliac Inverso, Berliac Love Was a Meteor That Disintegrated As Soon as It Entered My Atmosphere, Berliac Smoo #8, Simon Moreton Another relatively fallow month, time spent screwing around online that could […]
Comics Workbook Magazine is a roughly bimonthly publication edited by myself (Andrew White) and Zach Mason with editorial supervision by Frank Santoro. We have published seven issues so far, featuring: Comics by Oliver East, Sarah Horrocks, Zach Mason, Evie Cahir, Derik Badman, Jen Rickert, Sasha Steinberg, Andrea Bjurst, Krystal DiFronzo, Inés Estrada, and Emma Louthan. […]
A few of the discarded pages from After the Fire. I drew the panels on post-it notes and then rearranged them as needed. I still like these, but it became clear that they didn’t fit with the rest of the comic.
Starting this Monday, I’ll be serializing a new comic called After the Fire on this tumblr, with a page posted each day. That’s a preview image above. Please follow it if you’d like! I’ll be trying something unusual with this; I’ve designed the comic with the aim of making it ideally suited to serialization on […]
comicsworkbook: This issue features an interview with Gabriel Corbera by Anthony Meloro, an interview with Oliver East by Warren Craghead, an interview with Sab Meynert by Annie Mok, an overview of Brazilian comics by Thales Lira, a group essay titled ‘I Really Don’t Think I Would be into Comics Today If I Hadn’t Read Manga’ […]
Here are a few panels from each of my three short contributions to Inaction Comics 1: Productivity, an anthology edited by Kimball Anderson. I’m really excited to be a part of this; I was very inspired and impressed by Kimball’s collaborative approach to putting this book together. You can read more about the comic here […]