Because now it looks like we won’t be able to have our office back and running, with power, until Monday, please be aware that all orders sent in to us through our websites here at NBM and Papercutz will have to wait until Monday before they are processed and sent on for fulfillment. Also, please [...]
Here are some more cat comics I drew for my daily webcomic in 2005. The practice of a daily comic made me learn to draw quickly without bothering too much about perfection (which shows) – I hope you enjoy them anyway! — — — —
As we announced last week, the Florestan Recital Project announced the release of its world premiere recording of Libby Larsen’s The Peculiar Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes, based on Rick Geary’s book, The Beast of Chicago. We also got a chance to chat with Aaron Engebreth, the Artistic Co-Director of the Florestan Recital Project about how [...]
As of now, we cannot get to our office and wouldn’t be able to do anything there anyway as the power is still out, even the phones are not working. Our building is one block from the World Trade Center. As far as we can tell, Broadway is probably the highest point of that lower [...]
Wind is howling through high rises here at times making some parts of them ring with a tone reverberating down the avenue. Our widows are being tested, making cranking noises like we never heard. In my total of 40 years I’ve lived in nyc, first time I witness this.
Watching Up With Chris this morning: Professor Amar made the point that the Electoral College was created to convince slave-owning Virginians to vote for the Constitution, as illustrated in my book.
How do you think Romney, Ryan, and company would fare telling the women of the Colonial countryside what to do with their body parts?
My book Philosophy: a Discovery in Comics has been spotted in several locations! Friends and fans were kind enough to send me these pictures:
Founded in 2001, Florestan Recital Project promotes song repertoire in concerts, masterclasses, and educational residencies. By combining a dynamic core ensemble of committed artists with meticulous research and programming, Florestan has delighted audiences with a wide range of both established and unfamiliar repertoire. And on October 31st they will unveil their latest project, the release [...]
I had a great time yesterday, drawing in the window of local bookstore De Nieuwe Boekhandel - here’s a graphic report of the day: