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November 6, 2008 4:27 pm

Direction and Sound Design by Gigi Nicolas
Music by Pailboy
Voice-over by me!

EPISODE ONE

EPISODE TWO

EPISODE THREE

EPISODE FOUR


November 5, 2008 6:28 pm

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12:41 pm

Official website: Miami Book Fair

Read an article about me and the Book Fair here


September 3, 2008 1:06 pm

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Jessica Stockton Bagnulo, Me, Brian Wood, Ivan Velez Jr. at the Inked In panel on the Youth Stoop


June 21, 2008 12:48 pm

Listen to me on the public radio show The Sound of Young America!


June 4, 2008 2:50 pm

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Gutter Geek, read review here!

Chicago Reader, read review here!

San Diego Union Tribune, read article here!

San Francisco Chronicle, read article here!

East Bay Express, read article here!

Gawker, read post here!

Quick, read interview here!

The Forward, read article here!

After Ellen, read interview here!

Velvet Park, read interview here!

Jewish News Weekly, read article here!

Time Out New York, read interview here!

JVibe, read interview here!


June 1, 2008 7:37 pm

I review Lynda Barry’s new book in Time Out New York

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12:24 pm

Am I jewish? Find out in my comic “The Chosen” on interfaithfamily.com


May 21, 2008 3:59 pm

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Rory Root, the prominent comics retailer, the owner of Comic Relief, a believer in the notion of comics as a book publishing field and a general comics industry advocate passed away at an Oakland hospital shortly after 4 PM local time on May 19. Initial reports indicate he had slipped into a coma following surgery for a ruptured hernia. Root was 50 years old.

- from The Comics Reporter, continue here

Rory was hugely encouraging to me when I was a beginning cartoonist going to Comic Relief every day after high school (and sometimes during school). He bought me my first copy of Will Eisner’s A Contract with God and always had a new recommendation for me when I came in. He spent a lot of time talking with me about the industry, books he loved, and how I could become a professional cartoonist. He organized my first-ever signing at Comic Relief when I graduated high school. His support, expertise and friendship were invaluable to me and so many others.

He will be greatly missed.


May 8, 2008 3:21 pm

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MAY 15 – BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL

READING/SLIDESHOW with VANESSA DAVIS and TREVOR ALIXOPULOS

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Florence Schwimley Little Theater

1930 Allston Way (between Milvia and MLK)

7PM!


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