i just received the exquisite Korean edition of my book, A Kiss Before You Go. The same publisher who created the K version of Everyday Matters did another amazing job, hand lettering all the type in crayon, pen and brush. What an honor. And how strange to see my private journals in a language I don’t understand!
as if you did?
Seth Apter, to whose book, The pulse of mixed media: secrets and passions of 100 artists revealed, I contributed to last year, has written a beautiful post about AKissB4UGo.
I was fortunate to get a lovely review on slate.com this week.
I was also invited to illustrate all of the articles on their book review section this month. I haven’t done drawings for hire like this in a while but it was great fun. You can see all nine of them here.
I am traveling to Bangkok right now and writing this post in the Hong Kong flight club so it may take me a while to post all of the actual drawings here. Meanwhile, check me out on slate.
A nice review from someone who doesn’t much like my handwriting.You can read it here.
You can hear my talk with Barbara Dooley in Athens, GA. I’m a little tongue-tied at first but soon hit my stride and explain what Everyday Matters is all about, introduce A Kiss Before You Go, and discuss various other odd things.
Here are two lengthyish radio interviews I did recently.
The first is with broadcasting legend Bob Edwards for his show on NPR and on XM Sirius satellite radio. In case you missed it, here’s a 30 minute recording with images from the book.
The second is with family therapist David McMillian on his show, Strategies for LIving.
You can hear that here.