Monthly Archives: January 2014

Funny pages

Although my comics are rarely all that comical, I do occasionally try for a laugh in writing. I have started gathering some of these attempts at humour together on a page on my website, here: More to follow!

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New and Improved W. B. Yeats Comic!

The brilliant illustrator and artist Maryse Daniel has added digitally-rendered shading to my adaptation of W. B. Yeats’s “When You Are Old.” The shading imitates the screentone technique that was popular before the introduction of digital colouring. So now, thanks … Continue reading

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Nelligan à Cacouna

The Montreal writer and poet Diane G. Paquin and I have begun collaborating on a project (in French) centered around the famed Quebec poet Émile Nelligan (1879-1941). Here is a little preview. This scene is set in Cacouna, then a … Continue reading

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Interview with Micah Mattix

Here is a link to an interview I recently gave to Micah Mattix for The University Bookman:

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