Twenty thirteen

Here we are at the New Year! It feels great. I've been taking a trip through memory lane thinking about what this last year has brought. And what a great year it's been. I was able to attend lots of comic conventions, I won two comics awards, taught workshops and classes, met some amazing people, got a new job (with insurance!), met idols, had lots of visitors, made comics, signed on for more freelance and get to spend another year happy and healthy with great friends and family who I love.

For all the great experiences, there are sad things that happened. But ain't nobody got time for that. I have a few resolutions comics related:

1. Update my blog ON TIME and about comics
2. Make more comics
3. Read more comics
4. Be as generous with others as they have been with me

Of course I have other resolutions about all kinds of things in my personal life, but friends, y'all just gotta ask.

I'm excited to say that I've been invited to participate in Dakota McFadzean, Andy Warner, and Dave W's Anthology called Irene. I'm really excited to have been invited and I hope I don't let them down! I'm working on a weird story about an angry couple. Check out some sneak peeks!

Side note, if you ordered comics in the last few months, they are on their way officially TODAY! Sorry about the delay.


  1. Beth. I am new to your web site. Maybe you can help me out. I am looking to see if there is anywhere in the Chicago area that offers classes in cartooning. Thank you.

  2. Hi Robert,

    Sorry for the delayed response. I would try the Old Town School of Folk Music (Corrine Mucha teaches there), as well as Spudnik Press as they just opened a new small press section.

    Good Luck!