Here is an interview with me on the LA Zine Fest blog.
What was your first zine about and when was it made?
The first zine I made was called I’d Rather Be Here. I made it in 2010 in college when I took a comics course at Michigan State University. It’s four autobiographical (or semi-autobiographical) comics that are all horrifically corny, embarrassing, and naïve. I’ll probably never re-print it.
Describe your most recent zine.
My most recent zine is called The Fika Diaries. It’s a montage of travel journal and memoir comics about my time in Sweden. I lived in Gävle, Sweden as an exchange student in 2005-2006 for a year, and returned for a visit last spring for the first time in seven years. The title stems from the Swedish word fika, which means a coffee break where you will eat sandwiches or baked goods or some kind of snack. It’s kind of the Swedish equivalent of English…
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