It was my immense pleasure to be a guest on another podcast, one of my very favorites, "Make It Then Tell Everybody" with Dan Berry. I enjoy Dan's charming accent and sometimes-wry-sometimes-silly sense of humor. He always seems to bring the best out of his guests. Unfortunately the audio quality on my end of the podcast is a little poor but I hope you'll brave the static to give it a listen.
Also, for those of you who missed it I had a comic go up on The Nib:
The comic tackles how the media criticizes women's voices and how that interferes with actually hearing what women have to say. It was great/infuriating to research this comic and so far the response has been great. I've been especially touched by the women who have reached out to me with their personal stories of people telling them their voices are somehow flawed. What a ridiculous world we live in where strangers feel they have that right.
I was also really excited to see the first review of The Oven, on Panel Mania no less! Although the turn-around for this book was pretty swift I still feel like I've been waiting FOREVER for it to come out and I am SO excited that I'll have copies of the book at the MoCCA Festival in NYC next-next weekend, April 11th and 12th. If you're going PLEASE PLEASE come find me! I'll be at table 352.
Thanks for tuning in! Take care.