Comic

Taste, Memory

“I can tell I love you because I want to give you a bite of whatever I’m eating.”

In the Wilds of an Open Soil with Writer Merlin Sheldrake

Merlin’s poetic prose is so visual in the writing that many parts reminded me of a graphic novel.

Sep 09, 2020
Give and Bake

If the muffins had been good, we’d have eaten them and gone to bed. But the story of their catastrophic badness: that, we could forever savor.

Aug 10, 2020
Drawing Grief

The creative release felt familiar. The soreness, the tenderness, making up new words for a new reality.

Jun 11, 2020
An Agnostic’s Longing: A Comic

We’ve listed the names we get called and the names we call ourselves. Some feel true. Others give us aches.

For the Love of Nooks: A Comic

I spent a lot of time in my nook, tucked away and dreaming.

Nov 07, 2018
What Haunted Maurice Sendak?: A Comic

“I mean, the life of a child! What they see and what they hear, and what they choose not to discuss.”

Oct 24, 2018
The Place We Once Called Home: A Comic

How do you mourn someone who is still alive, who might as well be a stranger now?

Sep 12, 2018
Say It with Noodles: On Learning to Speak the Language of Food

I have forgotten how to speak two languages. But I have learned this one.

Feb 27, 2018
When We Were Whole: A Comic About Us

“Once upon a time, a civilization lived.”

Dec 05, 2016