If you’re in New York, come see me speak tomorrow on the Queer Comics on the Web panel at the Queers & Comics Conference at CUNY. It’s a celebration of comics and LGBT creators, with incredible headlining speakers Alison Bechdel … Continue reading
I was honored to be invited to join a panel at New York Comic Con with Tara Madison Avery and panelists Joan Hilty, Jennifer Camper, Kristen Enos and Ariel Schrag to discuss the evolving role of women, comics, and the LGBT community! The audio isn’t as clear as I would have hoped, but do take a listen if you’re interested!
So far, New York Comic Con has been an incredible experience. I was honored to join some incredibly talented people at the Prism panel on Women in Queer comics, spoke to wonderfully supportive fans of Alan Turing who were excited … Continue reading
spaceagepress: So honored to be joining the panel on Women in Queer Comics at New York Comic Con this Friday! Stop in and say hello. I’ll be giving away lots of free nerdy stuff. newyorkcomiccon Come see me speak about … Continue reading
Working on the video for the upcoming Enigmatic Patterns kickstarter! Alan Turing changed the world, and in return was convicted and sentenced to chemical castration for being an openly gay man. In one of his final letters, he wrote:
I fear the following syllogism may be used by some in the future:
Turing believes machines think
Turing lies with men
Therefore machines do not think.
Yours in distress,
My badge for New York Comic Con arrived! I’ll be speaking at a panel on Women and Queer Comics on October 10. I’ll have lots of free Alan Turing swag to give away, so come by and say hello! newyorkcomiccon