HOT ROD: A Tribute Zine
HOT ROD: A Tribute Zine

A tribute zine I made dedicated to the man, the myth, the legend: Sir Rod Stewart. My first collaboration with Crummy House, with artwork by Mason McFee, Jess Rose Clark, Minka Sicklinger, Othelo Gervacio Jr, and Emerald Grippa. All words by myself. Described by Rod Stewart's oldest fan club the SMILER in the U.K. as "a brilliant masterpiece." LOL. For real though.

WOLVES
WOLVES

My second collaboration with Crummy House. Featuring art by Mason McFee, Minka Sicklinger, Brian Villalon, and William Gaynor. All words by myself. An honest exploration into the wolf inside some of us.

HARD CHANGE
HARD CHANGE

A trio of short stories I wrote, all of them fiction, while I was in New Orleans in 2015. Commentary on current events with an emphasis on race and class and relationships. One of the stories, The Stoop, would later be published with Poydras Review. This was a collaboration with Emerald Grippa, who helped me format the zine and put the art together.

Totem
Totem

The first issue of my comic book. A world where spirit animals roam in a post apocalyptic era and dream of their human counterparts. Occasionally they come across an indigenous fruit that accelerates those experiences in some wild ways. This is dedicated to all my loves from Uchi Austin. Many thanks to the wildly talented Keith Ansel for illustrations and Eden Chubb for coloring and the cover. I hope this project will be able to continue. The idea is so fucking pretty.

WOLF II
WOLF II

An ode to some of my favorite dives and some of my favorite poets of Los Angeles. I worked on this with my long time collaborators Brian Villalon and Mauricio Pattaroyo. Mau did the cover and Brian did the formatting as well as the comic of the rats. Once in New Orleans, my friend Todd and I actually heard that conversation happen between two human beings in broad daylight. Life is beautiful. In the daylight and the night.

HOT ROD: A Tribute Zine
WOLVES
HARD CHANGE
Totem
WOLF II
HOT ROD: A Tribute Zine

A tribute zine I made dedicated to the man, the myth, the legend: Sir Rod Stewart. My first collaboration with Crummy House, with artwork by Mason McFee, Jess Rose Clark, Minka Sicklinger, Othelo Gervacio Jr, and Emerald Grippa. All words by myself. Described by Rod Stewart's oldest fan club the SMILER in the U.K. as "a brilliant masterpiece." LOL. For real though.

WOLVES

My second collaboration with Crummy House. Featuring art by Mason McFee, Minka Sicklinger, Brian Villalon, and William Gaynor. All words by myself. An honest exploration into the wolf inside some of us.

HARD CHANGE

A trio of short stories I wrote, all of them fiction, while I was in New Orleans in 2015. Commentary on current events with an emphasis on race and class and relationships. One of the stories, The Stoop, would later be published with Poydras Review. This was a collaboration with Emerald Grippa, who helped me format the zine and put the art together.

Totem

The first issue of my comic book. A world where spirit animals roam in a post apocalyptic era and dream of their human counterparts. Occasionally they come across an indigenous fruit that accelerates those experiences in some wild ways. This is dedicated to all my loves from Uchi Austin. Many thanks to the wildly talented Keith Ansel for illustrations and Eden Chubb for coloring and the cover. I hope this project will be able to continue. The idea is so fucking pretty.

WOLF II

An ode to some of my favorite dives and some of my favorite poets of Los Angeles. I worked on this with my long time collaborators Brian Villalon and Mauricio Pattaroyo. Mau did the cover and Brian did the formatting as well as the comic of the rats. Once in New Orleans, my friend Todd and I actually heard that conversation happen between two human beings in broad daylight. Life is beautiful. In the daylight and the night.

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