"The Carter Family: Don't Forget This Song" graphic novel can be found at The Elliott Bay Book Company, one of America's great bookstores which has been called something like "a cathedral of books". It's such an honor to see my book in their graphic novel section (and in the highlighted books section near the entrance!).
Also available at Elliott Bay: "Marbles" by Ellen Forney, and "Calling Dr. Laura" by Nicole Georges. Here they are socializing with the ladies of Short Run after Nicole's reading...
Reading Frenzy is a store in Portland, OR that specializes in zines, comics, graphic novels, paper art, and small press publications (and it is perhaps the greatest store in the world). It was the locatin of the Portland reading/signing that Frank and I did last fall. Today I learned that "Carter Family: Don't Forget This Song" made the Reading Frenzy list of Top 25 Bestsellers for 2012! Such an honor. Thanks to everyone at RF for making it happen!!
It has been noted here earlier, but Markly Morrison has put together a fine tribute album, drawing mainly from artists here in the Northwest. It was my honor to draw the cover art, which Frank colored...
Since many of our friends, fans and followers can't lay hands on the print edition of The Seattle Times, here's a large scan I Frankensteined together for your reading enjoyment! The online version can be found HERE.
Thanks to Mary Ann Gwinn for this very nice piece on our book! It's great to get some hometown coverage. As David and I have each lived in Seattle for over two decades, it certainly qualifies as our current hometown!
Back in November of last year, Frank and I did a signing at the Fantagraphics Bookstore with a young rising star of comics, Noah Van Sciver. I'm excited to post a link to a new comic by Noah, chronicling a seminal moment in the life of Johnny Cash: