ASK A RABBIT
Rabbits give the best advice. (32 b/w pages + cover: 5″ x 7″)
IDEAS FOR LIVING: THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE EDITION
A robot’s experience of home, work, and gracious living. (24 color pages + cover: 5″ x 7″)
A CONVERSATION BETWEEN GUESTS AT THE WEDDING
Two people meet at a wedding. They share a dance and conversation. (Is it a conversation if only one person is talking?) (20 pages + cover: 5″ x 7″)
LIFE AFTER THE GREAT DISASTER
Displaced by disaster, M. is doing her best to start over. (24 pages + cover: 5″ x 7″)
Life After the Great Disaster can be viewed as a web zine here.
“Audrey was nine years old when she saw an orb materialize in front of her as she walked home from school. Her footsteps slowed. It grew brighter and brighter. And then it was gone.” (But then it reappeared.) (24 pages + cover: 5″ x 7″)
Orb can be viewed as a web zine here.
POD & DOP
A rabbit and his doppelgänger. Sometimes they get along and sometimes they don’t. (16 pages + cover: 4-1/8″ x 5-1/4″)
The musings of a sad unicorn. (12 pages + cover: 4″ x 4″)
GNOME AND FRIENDS
Everyone needs friends. Photographs of Gnome with his besties. (12 pages + cover: 4″ x 4″)
I was struck by the idea that a lot of the graffiti around Seattle would be enhanced by the addition of Humboldt penguins. (16 pages + cover: 4-1/8″ x 5-1/4″)
humboldt ’15 can be viewed as a web zine here.
I went to New York City last year, and came home with lots of photos. For this zine, I drew portions of some of the buildings of NYC (not necessarily the famous ones), then flipped and recolored the drawings to create mirror images. The various intersections of the drawings fascinated me and were amazingly fun to play with. (16 pages + cover: 4-1/8″ x 5-1/4″)
ARE YOU LOOKING AT ME?
Dogs with human bodies? Humans with dog heads? Who’s looking at whom? (8 pages + cover: 2-1/8″ x 2-7/8″)
Planting a garden is like archeology at home. I shovel out a hole to plant a hosta and discover a marble. In goes an iris, and out comes a dog tag. I photographed some of my favorite dug-up objects for “Backyard Dig.” (20 pages + cover: 2-1/8″ x 2-7/8″)
BIRDS ON WIRES
I have a thing for crows, even the ones that dive bomb me during fledgling season. (12 pages: 2-1/4″ x 3″) (Covers are made from Kleenex boxes: no two books are exactly alike!)