Doomed Slayers by Jürgen Hubert (Hell Creek Sanitarium 2012) — a role-playing game suppliment
Day’s End Lullabye by Karen Cioffy (Booksurge Publishing, 2011) — a children’s bedtime book
Trouble on Earth Day by Kathy Stemke (Wild Plains Press, 2011) — a children’s picture book with ecological themes
Who Killed Kathleen Gingers? by Gary Akins (Furry Logic Productions, 2010) — A “fur noir” hard-boiled detective novel set in a world of anthropomorphic animals. I was one of several artist contributing.
A Life of Ravens by Alex Ness (Sharayah Press, 2007 ) — a collection of poetry by illutstrated by several artists.
Innovation: Celestial Mechanics (1990-91; a three issue miniseries, script only).
Antarctic Press: Aztec Anthropomorphic Amazons (1994, single issue); short stories in Ninja High School Yearbook (1992-94); Girls of Ninja High School (1993); Hit the Beach (1993); Furrlough (1993-96); A-Bomb (1994-95) and Genus (1995-96).
Radio Comix: Furrlough (1997-01); Genus (1997-02); Hit the Beach (1997) various short stories. Furrlough Presents Sex Kitten (2004) a one-shot collection of short pieces originally running in Furrlough; more wholesome than the title suggests.
I’m Hungry! Promotional comic strip created for a local delivery service. 2009
Wausau to Go: Promotional comic strip created for a Wausau delivery service. 2009-present
Anomaly: A fanzine published by the Ames Science Fiction Association. I contributed cartoons and illustrations for the ‘zine from 1981-1985, and served as co-editor in 1985.
HUZZAH! Anthropomorphics for Artists: A quarterly APA (Amateur Publishing Association) devoted to “furry” art and containing work by some of the best artists in fur-dom. I was a regular contributor from about 1990-2003
Anime Iowa 2001: I drew a series of illustrations for the signage for an animation convention. 2001.
Brisbane the Barbarian (#1-#4)
Arizona Schwartz the Lost Archaeologist — If adventure has a name, it probably isn’t Arizona Schwartz
Little-Known Olympic Sports
Rambi — She’s armed; she’s dangerous; she’s cute as the dickens.
Drip Toadstarfer Presents (#1-#2) short pieces and little pieces of weirdness.
VH Comics: A comic strip I drew for a Harry Potter website. 2002-2003
Hannibal Tesla Adventure Magazine: Originally running at ComicSpace and at Abandoned Towers; currently running here.
Cartoon Portraits: I draw cartoon portraits at the Elkhart Lake Farmer’s Market and other local craft events. 2006-present
“Spitting at the Sun” — short story in Hunt The Wilderlands (2011), a dark fantasy anthology.
Iowa State Daily: Weekly political humor column
Live and Let Dice: An occasional column about role-playing games at a sadly now defunct website called Pop Thought. I’ve archived some of my columns here: Cold Steel and India Ink
Street Prophets: An online community for Progressive People of Faith, where I occasionally post under the name of quarkstomer
Dead to My Flesh: A weblog devoted to spiritual issues that I occasionally contribute to.
Puppet Plays and Skits: From (1998-2000) I was invovled with the Sunday School program at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Sheboygan and wrote a number of puppet plays for them. I also wrote skits that were used in the VBS program that several area Lutheran churches participated in.
Concordia College, Milwaukee
Iowa State University; BA in Art/Graphic Design, 1985
Graphic Design Work:
Staff Cartoonist; the Iowa State Daily, Ames, IA. — I drew editorial cartoons for the student newspaper averaging about two per week. Starting the summer of 1984 I also drew a weekly comic strip and wrote occasional opinion pieces. In 1985 I was made Graphics Editor. 1993-1985.
Production Artist; Business Publications Corporation, Des Moines, IA — I did paste-up, ad and page design and illustration for the Des Moines Skywalker and the Business Record, two weekly tabloid newspapers. 1985-1988.
Graphic Assistant; Commercial Plastics Packaging, Ames, IA — I prepared artwork for camera and shot negatives for a firm manufacturing degradable plastic bags. March, 1989-August 1990.