Sunday, July 24, 2011


After 6 weeks of long hours and a grueling commute, I'm done with my summer teaching gig. Part of me is relieved that I won't be getting up at 5am tomorrow but, most of me will miss my borrowed classroom, the gaggle of hilarious, talented 5-8th graders I had the great pleasure of getting to know and whom I hopefully provided a little artistic guidance and awakening for. I'd go so far as to say I spent as much time in the past six weeks being amazed by the ingenuity of young minds and the dedication of my coworkers as I did having blood-boiling, traffic induced road-rage, so it evened out. Here's a moment from my classroom...I'm not sure if this comments on the kids' maturity level or mine...

Saturday, July 9, 2011


Just in case I don't tell you guys enough how I feel about things, here's an interview I did for the Schulz Library Blog!

Thursday, July 7, 2011

For Steve

My dear friend Katie Sheridan came to visit earlier this month and, amidst shennanigans that included baseball, finger-puppets, lesbian bars and medical emergencies we had the following interaction. I'd also like to dedicate this week's strip to one of my favorite professors, Steve Bissette; if this guy was telling the truth, he probably signed a contract that Steve would've taken one look at and said, "Absofuckinlutely not."

*To see an enlargement, click here.