One thing doesn't follow another: Make me do more... →
nonsequential: Like for just about everyone, 2012 was a kick in the financial pants for me and my family. Beginning of 2013 could have been a little better as well. I’m going to say straight out, if you were ever thinking of buying an edition of Dicebox : Book 1, now’s the time. In fact, if I can sell at… Dicebox is excellent and beautiful. You would do well to buy a copy!
Marie & Jeanne →
sawdustbear: imakethingsigrowthings: GUYS so this amazing artist i love just got her collaboration weekly web comic about Joan of Arc up & running. i got a sneak peak at the first chapter last year and it’s gonna be really interesting!!! (image posted w/permission) Hey, my comic with my old friend and absolutely incredible artist James Neish is going to be updating weekly as a...
We’re really excited to feature two of our past contributors at our table at San Diego Comic-Con! You’ll be able to pick up copies of Tara and Paul Abbamondi’s The Stolen Lovelight and Rio Aubry Taylor’s TABE Collection at our table(P-06) in Small Press! These awesome comics were self published by the respective artists; we just really wanted to make them available at...
Marie and Jeanne #1 is for sale →
Marie and Jeanne #1 is for sale, and James is already hard at work on issue #2, even though I’m not quite done writing it. For those asking about digital versions of our books…that is underway!
sawdust bear: Wondercon Report with Margaret... →
sawdustbear: Thank you to everyone who came out to visit Sawdust Bear/Press at Wondercon! I’d type up a con report, but really - pictures of Margaret, the orange sock puppet, are probably much more amusing anyway. Also, I didn’t get a picture with/of Greg Means of Tugboat Press, but the Papercutter comics…
APE IN A CAPE: Female Comics Creators On Tumblr? →
My name is Shing, and I run Sawdust Press. The recent anthology I published, called I Was A Teenage Gargoyle, which is a musing on early internet fandom, has a large majority of women contributors. My own (sculpted!)webcomic is at Marlowe the Monster (http://marlowethemonster.com). Another project I’m working on(writing) is called Marie and Jeanne, which is more or less a road trip...
Sawdust Press will be temporarily be living on Tumblr while the main site is being redesigned for a couple of upcoming book releases!