The Small Press Comics Scene might be small, but it’s energetic. We’re taking a look at some new publications from various publishers and a closer look at a crowdfunding campaign.
With a single sentence, Amery Sandford summons an entire universe of possibility, of meaning in A Snowflake in July
Monthly list of small press and indie comics for the month of October
This week’s crowdfunding roundup has us traversing tea shops in Cardiff, talking trash (and oil) in Canada, and a embarking on a delightful journey with a little girl who has zero f _ _ _ s left to give. 1. The Beast Small comics publisher, Ad Astra Comix in Ottawa, Canada tempts us with a […]
Today is a day to send shout-outs to the Center for Cartoon Studies, located in White River Junction, VT and recognize it’s many good deeds. While my shout out should be a loving essay on how teaching comics has had a strong effect on storytelling and how the bucolic yet isolated campus in rural Vermont allows students to focus in on making comics, or the print room or the other great things about the faculty which includes James Sturm and Steve Bissette, I don’t have time for that.
Instead I will just direct you to Rob Clough’s series looking at the WORK of CCS grads and spotlight a few of them: