After a week of getting my new comics together, (so much printing, so much stapling) the weekend kicked off with the Special VanCAF Edition of the Vancouver Comic Jam. Lots of people came out, regulars and new folks. (So many pages drawn that I need to scan this week).
Then Saturday morning the show opened and right from when it opened at was BUSY. Not stop people all day, barely time to get to the washroom and fill up my water bottle. But it was great talking to many people and selling stuff. Realizing I didn’t bring enough True Loves. Getting many compliments on the fancy jacket Manien made for me.
Had a relaxing evening at home, then was back for more Sunday. It was busy too, busier than Sundays often are. But enough time for me to take a breath and eat my sandwich. More lovely people coming by to chat, check things out, buy books. I managed to rush around and buy a few things late in the afternoon.
Oh hi there. Long time no post. I thought just to freshen the joint up I would share a couple of things. I am going to be at VanCAF May 21 and 22, table C2 in the fancy room at the Roundhouse in Yaletown. I will have three brand new books: Vinegar 43 – Where Do I Begin, the Sad Vampire collection and Vinegar 44 – The Year 50 Project. Over 150 pages of new comics!
Also there is currently a fundraiser being run by Cloudscape to fund the printing of the collection of my Outbreak Diaries. Again, well over 150 pages of dense comics following Manien and my experiences during the first year and a half of the covid. You can support the book here: