Recently read Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. I love this scene in which Behemoth the cat demon jumps on a chandelier and fires on Moscow cops with a Tommy gun. Yet no one actually gets hurt. Silly stuff.
I drew this in response to a truly wild week when the bombs went off in Boston, all across Iraq and Pakistan, a fertilizer plant exploded in Texas, and an Elvis impersonator was charged with trying to poison the president and a couple senators (later exonerated.) In fact, I drew this after staying up late to watch the police chase and shoot out with the Tsarnaev brothers. Oy.
I have been neglecting G+ lately. Sorry. So much social media, so little time. I still need to get my website redesigned so that it actually serves a focus or two. Meanwhile, here is a link to a post by Christine Monnier at Cranky Sociologists I illustrated. Apparently Herbert Gans saw it and liked it. Sweet!
Wanderlost will resume weekly updates this week. Not many weeks left, as we are heading toward the end of the series. After that, stay tuned for announcements about what the hell I'm gonna do with this thing. Er, I mean, future projects! I have a bunch of ideas - including a Kickstarter for a complete collection. Just gotta work the logistics.
I am a librarian by trade and a cartoonist by night. As a librarian, I am passionate about information literacy, intellectual freedom, public rights to access, and serving the underserved. As a cartoonist, I love comics, caricature, and being as snarky and as ridiculous as possible. Sometimes these two sides of me overlap.
Becoming less high strung as I get older.
SUNY at Buffalo, 1994
Emporia State University, 2007
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