I’ve been posting a lot lately, so here’s where I’m at.
- “The National Pastime” with Charles Fetherolf in District Comics: An Unconventional History of Washington DC (Fulcrum Publishing)
- The Little Particle That Could with Noel Tuazon and a cover by Dylan Todd exclusive to Amazon Kindle (Self-Published)
- The Girl Who Could Live in Yesterday exclusive to Amazon Kindle (Self-Published)
- September 24th and free for one week - The Monster Hunter exclusive to the Amazon Kindle (Self-Published)
- October 23rd - “Pinocchio, or The Stars Are Not Wanted Now” with Scott White in Once Upon a Time Machine (Dark Horse Comics)
- End-October and free for one week - The End of Stars exclusive to the Amazon Kindle (Self-Published)
- End-November and free for one week - The Dizzying Dreams of Dilly Diaz exclusive to the Amazon Kindle (Self-Published)
- End-December and free for one week - The Boy Who Could See Through Mountains exclusive to the Amazon Kindle (Self-Published)
(Currently) Distant Future:
- January - August 2013, a new sci-fi short for kids each month exclusive to Amazon Kindle and each free for one week.
- Spring 2014 - Colonial Comics v1; Early Settlement of New England through 1750 (Fulcrum Publishing)
- Fall 2014 - Colonial Comics v2; New England History from 1750 through the shot heard ‘round the world (Fulcrum Publishing)
- September 22nd - District Comics Signing at Locust Moon Comics in Philadelphia
- September 27th - October 3rd I’ll be in-and-around Boston for the Colonial Comics projects but particularly:
- September 27th - Boston Comics Roundtable meeting
- September 29th - Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo
- October 13th-14th - New York Comic Con
And that’s pretty much that.