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Sunflower Skins was birthed of my fantastic delirium in the summer of 2005. Beginning as a small cut-and-paste project on my bedroom floor, I self-publish Sunflower Skins chapbooks of stories and fragments and have distributed them both professionally and guerrilla-style across North America. I work with my partner Thom Bacchus Roland. I have a B.A. in English Literature from Huron University College, and my style is heavily influenced by poetry, rhizomes, and visual presentation, as well as horror and exploitation films, comic books, and various branches of philosophy.
Currently I am working on a collection of Stupid Children Stories. I also regularly post comics to my blog. In April 2012 I was at Shock Stock again, London, Ontario's horror and subculture convention; items available included chapbooks, buttons, t-shirts, postcards, and toys.
Currently available publications:
Feed the Whales project on FaceBook
We've been cutting/stapling/colouring whale books long into the night--wee hours of the morning--dreaming about blub blub and super excited for Shock Stock 2012. Check out the latest comic, all in preparation for our next free press mass distribution:Continue
Here at Sunflower Skins we love spiders. Most creatures with 8 legs, actually.
This is the latest, starring the new friend who appeared in our kitchen last week, a tiny jumping spider barely the size of my pinky fingernail:
Check out all of my spider comics…Continue