1. Where are you currently based?
All around Oregon, but mostly Eugene.
2. How would you describe what you do? If you're an artist/collective, where do you get your ideas? If you are a distro/publisher, how do you find your artists?
I'm a self-published author, activist, and artist. My work reflects a desire to make radical information accessible to mainstream audiences. More recently I've also been playing with combining information and art together.
3. What is the last comic or zine you read?
Horkin & Henry by Spencer Scudder.
4. What do you like about zine/comics festivals?
After starting to create zines in 2010, it took me 2 years to actually start meeting other zinesters, so it's really relieving to be around a community of creative individuals equally as obsessed with a niche medium as I am.
5. What are you most excited about that you'll have at EUZINE Fest?
I'm pretty excited about my army of mini-zines I've been building this year. I just finished my eighth, "Your Highest Form" in my One Minute Happiness series. Hopefully I'll also have some digital collage prints available as well.
6. Do you have any upcoming projects or other events you'll be partaking in?
Starting the day after Thanksgiving I'll be vending at the Holiday Market until Christmas and in April of next year have an art show scheduled at Townshend's Teahouse on Broadway. I have about a million projects I'd like to complete and start in the next few months - expanding my zine, Surviving The Collapse of Society, into a book with 40 digital collages, making a cat-themed mental health guide, building an art collective, starting a daily vlog, doing a live midnightliterary reading, and creating a video series where I go around Oregon interviewing artists and critiquing work at museums. I also just signed a contract with Microcosm Publishing to expand my zine, You Are A Great And Powerful Wizard, into a full-length book.