OR HAS IT? Letís find out together as I go to graduate school! Starting this week, Iím studying towards a masterís degree in health communication. Watch for more health comics here and follow my Twitter account (@metrokitty) for hopefully even more gross medical stuff than usual.
Hey, remember when I started grad school and planned to do regular diary comics about it?
Welp, hereís what happened: GRAD SCHOOL.
Oh Past Me, you are an adorable overeager liíl scamp! Donít ever change. (Psst - actually, please change. You commit us to a lot of stuff and we get stressed. Iím warning you. Donít make me come back there.)
Iíve got some breathing room, so look forward to me catching up on those comics! And in the meantime, look for me in person at these upcoming events!
Comics and Medicine Conference
June 26-28, 2014
Itís the fifth annual conference! Iím giving a 5-minute talk about some of my current project work on Friday, and Iíll have table space in the Marketplace on Saturday.
Mensa Annual Gathering 2014
July 3, 2014 - 7:30pm
íSup smarties! Iím a guest speaker at this convention, giving my 1-hour talk on why comics and healthcare are an excellent match.
Boston Comic Con 2014
August 8-10, 2014
Iím tabling! Come and buy my stuff! Update: Um, NOPE. I will not be tabling at this event due to school kicking my ass. Sorry!
Sad news, party people - I will not be tabling at Boston Comic Con 2014 this weekend. :(
I am buried under ten tons of grad school madness and had to reluctantly bow out of the convention. Bummer!
The show looks ridiculously awesome, though. You should go and shower other local comics creators with cash money. DO THIS FOR ME.
This weekend, Oct. 4-5, is the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE)! It’s in Porter Square, Cambridge, and admission is free!
I’ll be at table A31 selling spanky new MINICOMICS! Come and check out Gross Vocabulary, the first collection of my grad school diary comics. It’s got what I’ve posted previously online plus new stuff exclusive to the print version.
I am so proud of my pals in Boston Comics Roundtable for putting on this festival every year. This is the 5th annual show, and it gets more polished and more fun every single year. And most importantly, they keep the admission free. This lets so many people drift in and dip their toes into indie comics for the first time.
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