Monthly Archives: September 2009
The first review for Quarter-Life Crisis is in, and it’s a good one! My favourite Toronto newsblog, Torontoist, did a story on the book. Writer Stephen Michalowicz gave it a nice review (in a fantastically titled article, ‘Worst Quarter-Life Crisis Ever’), and included some big images from the book. He also brought up some good [...]
This Sunday (September 27), I’ll be reading at The Word On The Street in Toronto with two extremely talented people — Jeff Lemire (Essex County Trilogy, Sweet Tooth) and Willow Dawson (100 Mile House, No Girls Allowed).
The Word On The Street happens from 11 to 6 at Queen’s Park. Come out and see me embarrass [...]
I’ll be reading with extremely talented Jeff Lemire (Essex County Trilogy) and Willow Dawson (100 Mile House) in The Word On The Street’s Comics and Graphic Novels tent in a program called ‘Sequential Presents: Three New Comics Set in Canada.’ We take the stage at 4 p.m. Find out more at www.thewordonthestreet.ca.
Quarter-Life Crisis was recently printed by the fine people at Coach House Printing, and they did a fantastic job. For the uninitiated, Coach House is a publisher and printer based in Toronto with a storied history and a bang-up staff. I took some photos during the binding process of the book.
The books are done and [...]