Well, the time has come for me to leave the insanely beautiful city of Montreal. I wish I could stay here forever, eating amazing food and apologizing for not speaking French, but I’ve got a comic book convention to attend. I’ll be at the Toronto Comics and Arts Festival all weekend. Come find me at table B5, in the Beeton auditorium. You can’t miss me, I look just like the guy in the picture.
Drawn on the road, photographed and posted with my phone; a cartoonist’s version of “roughing it.” Jenn and I are having a lovely time in Montreal, and I’m really looking forward to TCAF.
I know I haven’t been doing these much since I got back from Mocca. My girlfriend and I are taking a little mini-vacation in Montreal just before TCAF, and I’ve been very busy planning for it (by planning, I mean jumping through various bureaucratic loopholes to obtain a passport, something I have bizarrely made it to the age of 34 without getting). I’m very excited to take a well-deserved vacation with Jenn (who probably deserves the vacation more than I do), and to exhibit at one of the most well-regarded small press conventions in North America. I’ve also been working on a couple anthology submissions, both of which are looooong overdue (sorry Peter and Lauren- I’m working on it, I swear), both of which I’ll post here when they’re done. After that, it’s on to the next Trackrabbit, which will hopefully be ready in time for APE. Hooray!
Perhaps it’s a bit late for a Mocca recap, but I’m only just getting my drawing pants back on.