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Holiday Funeral cover

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second printing: June 2017
60 pages • 2 color

It's the holiday season and Mrs. Herrick waits expectantly for a phone call from her daughter, a call which never comes. Instead, a seemingly innocuous phone survey challenges Mrs. Herrick's sense of reality. Years later, her granddaughter Stephanie must organize Mrs. Herrick's funeral. Yet in facing her grandmother's life, Stephanie must also face her own. Two related stories about what we choose to believe about ourselves and our loved ones, and what we do when we're shown to be wrong.

Carnivale cover

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March 2014
194 pages • 2 color

Kit struggles with her painting as she finds herself becoming interested in a local singer. Meanwhile, the gravedigger she works with meets an old woman at the graveyard who causes him to deal with the memories of his past. The story of the gravedigger's dead lover and Kit's own experiences come together as the town gets ready for one more carnivale. Carnivale is a wordless story about art, relationships, and storytelling.

Phantom cover

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June 2015
30 pages • full color

"Phantom" is set in late 70s Las Vegas near Nellis Air Force Base and involves a young boy, Ken, who is on the cusp of adolescence. He decides to sneak into his parents' party, but the realities of adulthood turn out to be different than he expected.

Defrost cover

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July 2012
36 pages • full color

Lucia has moved to the big city and intends to take the art world by storm, but things don’t go as planned. Her friend decides not to join her and her double-major seems to mean nothing. Yet rent must be paid and neighbors dealt with. And then there’s that thing in her fridge. Follow Lucia's downward spiral of expectations as the world of dreams and the world of reality begin to separate.

Kit Kaleidoscope cover

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October 2010
76 pages • black and white

Read the beginnings of Kit Kaleidoscope. In "The Masked Ball," Kit stumbles upon an orgiastic party, but the revelers don't disturb her as much as a play that involves a seemingly young boy. In "The Mermaid in the Jar," Kit has a real job working in a graveyard, which brings her into contact with two brothers, one a recently deceased taxidermist and the other an idealistic sculptor. Both stories are black-and-white and completely wordless.