Archive for the ‘Jeremiah’ Category

SPX Debuts!

Saturday, September 7th, 2013


My SPX rundown of what’s going on! (I know my incredible tablemates have their own amazing stuff, but I’ll let them talk about it themselves.)

Here’s what I got debuting at SPX TABLE I1:


1) JEREMIAH’S BOOK DEBUT! ‘Jeremiah’ is the foreboding story of a teenager whose struggle with self-discovery may bring on the end of his world. A watercolor and ink graphic novel spanning 160 pages, ‘Jeremiah’ explores the conflict between the physical and the inexplicable, asking questions about faith, adolescence and sexuality.

5″ x 7″, 160 pages, full-color


2) NEW SCREENPRINT featuring a chicken and her friend, with matching mani pedis and eye-rolling attitudes.

5-layer screenprint on gray acid-free card stock, 8.5” by 11”, signed & numbered edition of 70. Comes in a clear poly sleeve with cardboard backing.


3) “WE DEFINE THE LIMITS OF OUR PERSONALITIES TOO NARROWLY. WE CONSIST OF EVERYTHING THE WORLD CONSISTS OF.” 2013 summer travel zine, spanning my time visiting friends along the East Coast and family in Finland and Sweden. This zine is CONVENTION EXCLUSIVE, meaning it’s not available online. The reason for this is because it gets personal. Come and buy one if you want to know some of my secrets. It has writing and comics and observational drawings.

5” by 8.25”, 44 pages, b&w

I’ll also have my other comics and zines, and my other screen prints. It’s probable I won’t have the space to display them, so if you know you want to buy one, you should ask me about it.

Vacation Info

Monday, July 29th, 2013


I’m leaving for a couple weeks! Here is what you need to know:

Jeremiah is updating this week Monday (today!) and Friday (double page!) Then it’s skipping a week, returning the week after with regular posts (MWF).

Then I’ll be in Minneapolis for Autoptic on August 18! I’ll be debuting “Therefore, I Believe That I Want You Immensely,” a collection of poems and drawings by Cory Aaland, Ross Hernandez and me. (Me and Ross have collaborated before…)

I’m also going to be repping the Women Warriors // Lady Knights zine there!! I only have twenty copies, so be sure to come by my table early if you want one!

Okay, keep having the best summer, ya’ll!


Here’s one of the drawings from “Therefore, I Believe That I Want You Immensely”:


JEREMIAH has begun its online serialization!

Saturday, September 8th, 2012

JEREMIAH began its online serialization on September 3rd!

JEREMIAH is an ink and watercolor graphic novel spanning 160 pages. It’s about a sixteen-year-old farm kid who starts to experience doubt for the first time in his life.

New pages will arrive on on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. I’ll be posting all three pages to the Cathyboy Tumblr on Sundays, and I’ll reblog them onto

This has been a long time coming— years, really. I’m excited to finally, finally start sharing this story with you.

Go to to start reading!


Sunday, September 25th, 2011

Panels and a Note

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Studio Photos

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

A couple of photos of my studio. Hard at work on my senior thesis, a full-color graphic novel titled Jeremiah.

I’ve created a big “L” out of tables so I am basically consumed by workspaces, so I can have multiple pages going at once (pencilling, inking and watercoloring). The big lamp mimics natural light and is rather amazing to work with, it’s a lend from my friend Sarah to whom I am greatly indebted. The walls are covered in my own notes for other projects: books and writings mostly, some drawings. What cannot quite be seen is that I have two chairs: one low with a cushion, and one tall stool. The low one is for drawing and the tall one is for painting. Also note that the beer can is there as a model for painting, I don’t drink while I’m on the job!

I think it’s fun to see other people’s workspaces, so I thought I’d share my own. This is a new set-up for me this spring, and it’s pretty ideal. I can’t think of anything else I could ask for! I had to share a studio last semester, and I only had that one small table, and it was horrible. I like to spread out!!