Posts Tagged: comics

so long, 2012!

At the beginning of this year, I wrote that “I’m not even going to guess where 2012 will take me.” At the time, San Francisco was the only place I wanted to be, but I never dreamed I’d be here now, nor the route that would get me here. In January 2012, a former professor… Read more »

top of the month: september

I know what you’re thinking: what happened to September? Short answer: SO MUCH. 1. I’m moving. To California. Cristo and I have been trying to get to San Francisco for years. First, I wanted to finish my master’s degree, and I graduated in November 2011. Then, I wanted to walk in the May commencement. Then,… Read more »

diy: comic book shelves

The paper bag from Million Year Picnic had been sitting on the dining room table for several days. At times, it had been shuffled into the dining room, or dropped on the bookcases in the hallway. It contained three single issues and a skinny anthology. These newest comic books—and smaller caches around our apartment—had no… Read more »

top of the week, 06.22.12

This week was pretty incredible: I tackled a simple, and hugely transformative, DIY project on Sunday, I spent Monday and Tuesday at the An Event Apart conference in Boston—I am so grateful to my employer for making that possible—and amazing things spun out of it, and I hunkered down in the air-conditioning for mini-marathons of… Read more »

top of the week

New segment here on posit design: I’m getting on the weekly wrap-up train. Here are some of the coolest things I’ve done and seen, on the web and in the world, this past week. 01.look: A dress that famed Victorian stage actress Ellen Terry wore while playing the role of Lady Macbeth has recently been restored at… Read more »

I’m on so many blasts right now. Yesterday was my first time at Boston Comic Con. I’m in the midst of grading twenty-one papers for a class I’m helping to teach at Harvard Extension School. I just figured out that a sequence of three small paintings I’m wrapping up is only the first piece in… Read more »