The shop is now closed for the holidays. You can still order things, but they won't be sent till the second week of January.
The shop on this site will close on the 11th of December, but please order sooner rather than later if you want things in time for Christmas.
Drawn and Quarterly are bringing me and Baking with Kafka to the US tomorrow. See the poster below, or get more details on their site. If you can't come to the tour, you can get Baking with Kafka in good bookshops and online:
order at amazon.co.uk (UK)
order at amazon.com (US)
order at amazon.ca (Canada)
order at waterstones (UK)
order at the hive (UK)
order at indiebound (US)
I'm going to be coming to London, Scotland and France to promote Baking with Kafka, please come and see me at Burley Fisher, Superheros, Quai des Brumes, Toppings & Co, Dundee Literary Festival or the British Library. Scroll down to the last post to see my US dates.
You are invited to the launch party for my forthcoming book of cartoons will be at Gosh Comics on the 8th of September:
I've put a few more original drawings into the shop.
I got my hands on a real copy of Baking with Kafka which collects one-hundred and fifty of my one-page cartoons and will be published in the autumn by Drawn and Quarterly in North America and Canongate in the UK.
I will be at ELCAF signing books at the Drawn and Quarterly booth, on Friday 16th June 1-2pm and Saturday 2-3pm & 4-5pm. We will have early copies of the new paperback edition of Goliath as well as my other books.
The New York Times published an all-comics issue of their weekend magazine featuring many excellent cartoonists. I created a two-page story titled 'View Finder' (shown below) as well as creating a comic-strip editor's letter and hand-drawing the lettering most of the design elements in the magazine. Thanks to Matt Wiley, Caitlin Roper and the NYT magazine team who created the issue.
I have added ten original drawings to the shop. [update: These are all now sold. I'll add more in a few weeks]
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