The introduction to Phoebe and Her Unicorn was written by the great Peter S. Beagle. The introduction to the forthcoming Unicorn on a Roll was written by the equally great Lauren Faust. When we first started working on the original book, I remarked to people that my two dream choices for the task, in the […]
Newspaper launch. Heavenly Nostrils. Spring 2015. Whew! I’ve been sitting on that information for months. Every time I’ve had to take time off from the daily strip to work on that, I’ve had to just say I was working on “something big.” Well, this has been it. There’s more work involved with preparing a launch […]
Firstly, I’ll be at The Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle, tomorrow, from 1 to 2 p.m., appearing with some other authors and promoting books we like. I’ll be signing my own book and also sharing the work of my friend, the remarkable Richard Roberts. The occasion is Indies First Day. And to whoever casually placed […]
Regarding the storyline I’m rerunning on gocomics this week–which begins here… It’s originally from two years ago, from the first November of the strip (which will be three years old in April…my how time flies). I think it was kind of a turning point in Marigold and Phoebe’s friendship, and helped me define their relationship. […]
I have this poster for the movie “The Last Unicorn” in my living room. I think it’s a cheap reprint or something. In like 2009, I wanted to redecorate our apartment, and I thought it would be cool to have some posters from animated movies I loved as a kid. (I also bought posters for […]
The Last Unicorn Tour is coming to the Pacific Northwest, and I’ll be making some appearances there with my friend Peter S. Beagle! I’ll be at the Portland shows this weekend, and the Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia shows in a week. Check the web site for times and places See you there!
Check it out. They asked me if I had any animation we could use. I wish I did, but I don’t! I even explored the idea, but an animator I know (hi, Raven) successfully convinced me it would be a lot more work and a lot steeper learning curve than I was going to want […]