A graphic novel memoir of a baby born with major complications, a family hurled into the strange maze of hospital corridors and the dark corners of the soul, to the raw edge of hope. A haunting, funny, and deeply personal story.
Winner of a 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Award. Spot 12 was also a 2016 Finalist in the Foreword Indies Book Awards, and a Finalist in the 2016 Best Book Awards.
1988, two years before the end of the Cold War, the US and the USSR hold the world at nuclear ransom. Meanwhile, grassroots organizing is bringing together American and Soviet youth in missions of peace. What can a group of teenagers on a raft in Siberia's Ob river hope to accomplish? With sensitivity and humor, Siberiak tells the tale of one young person's journey of discovery; a coming of age during one unique historical moment.
For the Love of Meat combines whimsical and surreal illustrations with engaging, intimate encounters that explore the depths of human experience. Unique and diverse in setting, and with touches of magical realism, these nine stories will tug at the strings of the wandering heart.
Finalist in the 2016 Best Book Awards.
A graphic novel memoir of Northern California's 1970's counterculture, when makeshift families were as ubiquitous as the bean bag chair. A story of innocence and innocence lost, disco, dreams, a runaway dog, and what's left of the pieces when things fall apart.
A coming-of-age/love story, Eighteen tells the story of a young girl's funny, touching, quirky journey into young adulthood, exploring self and other. Currently seeking a publisher.