I’ll be at the Dartmouth Comic Arts Festival in Dartmouth, NS again this year. It’s this coming Sunday (August 16) at the Alderney Landing ferry terminal (just across the water from Halifax, and you can use your bus pass/ticket/transfer on the ferry). If you’re in town, please stop by and say hi. I’ll have copies of chapters 1-3 of Fey, plus minicomics, Aeryn Daring comics and serial chapters, 3-d paper dragon kits, and prints of some of my fantasy art. Also, free Aeryn Daring letterpress-printed postcards.
So it’s October, my favourite month of the year. And that means it’s also Inktober, and since I haven’t been drawing as much as I’d like lately, I’m going to try to get going again by doing Inktober, drawing a little every day. If you want to follow along, I’ll be posting my doodles to Instagram, which will feed into my Twitter. I’m anagramforink on both.
Yay! I’ll be taking Fey (and a few other things I’m working on) to the Dartmouth Comic Arts Festival in Dartmouth, NS (that’s across the harbour from Halifax for you non-Nova-Scotians).
It’s at the Alderney Landing ferry terminal, so it’s super easy to get to via public transit (ferry fare counts as bus fare, so you can use your bus pass or transfer if you’re coming from the Halifax side). It runs from 11 am to 5 pm on August 17th (that’s a Sunday), and the best part is, it’s totally and completely free to get in.
At my table, you’ll find copies of Fey chapter one, and hopefully chapter two (maybe chapter three, but I’m not sure how likely that is). I’ll have a brand-new mini-comic (not related to Fey), plus a couple of older ones that are Fey-related. I might have a few copies of my prose novels, depending on how ambitious and rich I am, and I’ll have stickers (fairies!), prints (Fey things, dragons, satyrs), 3D paper dragons and kits, and maybe a few other odds and ends).
Now I have to go spend the rest of the day scanning monster images and pages of Fey.
I’ve been getting so much comment spam (and some of it’s really strange), that I’ve had to set comments to “moderated.” So if you comment and it doesn’t appear right away, that’s why. It’s waiting for me to approve it. I may not get to it right away, but never fear, I look at all the comments at least once a day, so if you leave a real comment — even if it’s not necessarily something I agree with (in other words, you can critique my comic without fear of me censoring you, unless you’re just being mean) — I’ll approve it sooner or later.