Inspired by a poster I saw at a protest (whoever thought of it is a genius), I once intended to create and syndicate an ongoing cartoon panel with an environmental theme. When it took me six months to create the first three editions, I realized I could never output one a week. Still, these three […]
This month, the Mills College administration announced it’s pulling the plug on this historic college, my 2nd alma mater, in favor of an Institute for Women’s Leadership. Just as in the 1990 student strike, students and alumnae are going, “whaaa?” and “hells no!” They are asking for ideas from the community to envision and shape […]
Gung Hay Fat Choy! It’s always year of the Pig at our house. www.littlepig.com is where my creative family publishes operas and stuff. (Mostly stuff.) Those on our Christmas Card list get treated to a handcrafted original each year, some of which are available on Zazzle, where the bestseller is “Sky Uterus,” a sympathy card […]
I remember how my stomach sank when I learned my first banned book had to be removed from the shelves! Read all about it in Perfectly Revolting. It’s no Joy of Sex, but it comes very close!
Though I’m actually an original GenX-er, I got to be an honorary baby boomer in The Monthly in October. The quotations sounded somewhat intelligent, so I excerpted them here… with illustrations! “Cartooning is actually theater that hasn’t happened on stage yet,” says Caven. “I love the written word and language. Cartoons are like little idea containers.” […]
My ancient myth-slash-legend about the The Tale of the Oakland Horses was published today in Oakland Unseen! #fakenews Obviously this cartoon is from the archives… a few years after this story was first told, the gas-guzzling SUVs started came over on the Japanese boats…