I make A Zillion Dollars Comics from my home studio, at 4400 feet in the mountains outside Los Angeles. Moving here in 2007 with my husband and two goofball mutts, I discovered that isolation can be great for creativity, not always so great for sanity. But hey, for an artist, sanity is optional, right?
I have been making comics since I was a wee lass in the suburbs of New York City. I shared my childhood with Clyde, a cheerful cartoon worm with spiral antennae poking through his bowler hat. For years I filled pages of cheap drug store sketchpads with the adventures of Clyde and his wife, children, and pets (Claudine, Clarence, Claudette, Clarissa, and Clementine; Clementine being the parrot). Junior high inspired my first novel, 63 pages in a marble notebook about a 13-year-old girl with long blond hair, ESP, and a gorgeous bedroom with a built-in stereo and a bright yellow shag rug…
- Born on May 12
- Joined October 15, 2011