I'm delighted to share my new monthly comic strip for writers and illustrators, exclusively at SCBWI Words & Pictures. Antisoci@l Media is a fun look at the highs and lows of social media for creative people.
As a straight, white man, how can I add diversity to my work in a realistic, sensitive and respectful way? In my blog post for Notes from the Slushpile, I talk about exactly how I went about this process for my latest graphic novel.
As a child, I loved the British humour comics that dropped through my letterbox each week. In an article for SCBWI Words & Pictures, I talk about how these titles shaped my creative worldview as a writer and illustrator.
For the third year running, I was asked to contribute to the video presentation celebrating the nominees for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) Crystal Kite Award for UK and Ireland. But this year, I maybe had a little too much fun with it!
The Man Who Bought the World - Stew Magazine June 2016 (Illustrated by Marina Loeb)
Transition Day - Stew Magazine April 2016 (Illustrated by Sydney Main)
Todd Tempest Investigates - Stew Magazine December 2015 (Illustrated by Chris Rowland)
The Drowners - Stew Magazine August 2015 (Illustrated by Alex Moore)
Hacking History - Stew Magazine May 2015 (Illustrated by Josh J O-Brien)
My Stew Magazine short story The Last Typewriter was the honors winner of the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI) 2015 Magazine Merit Award for fiction. You can read the story here.