Thursday, October 17, 2013

 Two MORE,  BRAND NEW 
9 Chickweed Lane books now available
Order right here, or from Pib Press
  





CRUD FROM OUTER SPACE
and Other Causes of Postnasal Drip

THE CHICKWEED DAILIES FOR YEAR FIVE
1997-98



 
Cat Breath Takes
No Prisoners


THE CHICKWEED DAILIES FOR YEAR Six
1998-99




Friday, November 23, 2012

Three new
9 Chickweed Lane books
Order here or from Pib Press.





THE DAY MY PUBERTY DETONATED

THE CHICKWEED DAILIES FOR YEAR THREE
1995-96
















RITA HAYWORTH,
THE FATHER OF RELATIVITY

THE CHICKWEED DAILIES FOR YEAR FOUR
1996-97













WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE BRUSSELS
OR
THE BÖSENDORFER HEARD
ROUND THE WORLD

A GRAPHIC NOVEL OF MUSIC, ROMANCE, LOVE AND THE BEST CURE FOR HICCUPS EVER



Tuesday, June 5, 2012

The first 9 CHICKWEED LANE treasuries are out...

...the dailies as originally published, complete, comprehensive, chronological.  Each book covers a year in the life and times of the strip, beginning on July 12th, 1993.

To order, or just to learn more,
click Pib Press
(pibpress.blogspot.com)

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Friday, February 25, 2011

HILARY HAHN'S 2010-2011 CONCERT SEASON POSTER

Posters for Hilary Hahn's 2010-2011 concert season are now available – a bit of news I highlight here in particular because I designed and drew the poster.  Proceeds from the sale of the posters will benefit the Animal Welfare Society in West Kennebunk, Maine.  Neither violinist nor cartoonist will realize any personal gain from the sales, only the gratification in knowing that those whom P. G. Wodehouse affectionately called our "dumb chums" will benefit.  Further info can be read at my giclée print site, or you can bypass that and go directly to hilaryhahn.com and click the word "gifts" over on the far right.

Meanwhile, here is a preview of the poster.



Oh...and before I forget, you can elect to purchase from a limited edition of 1000 large posters autographed by Hilary Hahn and myself.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

From the DON'T FORGET, EDIE'S BACK department

DON'T FORGET...





...EDIE'S BACK.



From the ESPRIT DE L'ESCALIER DEPARTMENT

My friend and noted author Alan Dean Foster bunged this one over to me, and I couldn't in a million years put it as well. So much so, that I want to pass it on.
 



Quoted in Maureen Dowd's column from todays NY Times: 

Leon Wieseltier, literary editor of The New Republic, recalled that when he started his online book review he forbade comments, wary of high-tech sociopaths.
“I’m not interested in having the sewer appear on my site,” he said. “Why would I engage with people digitally whom I would never engage with actually? Why does the technology exonerate the kind of foul expression that you would not tolerate anywhere else?”

Why must the common denominator be so common?