Chicago's C2E2 was a ton of fun, met a lot of great people and it was really heartening to see all the interest in Macbeth: The Red King. There are ten days left in the Kickstarter campaign, and our goal is well within reach!
I'll be honest, it was a bit weird trying to talk up a thing that lives online while surrounded by so many creators with great books you could take home right now. But the sample copy of Macbeth I had on hand I think gave folks a good idea of what we're trying to accomplish with this project. And I so appreciate that people are still responding to my earlier books with Anna, Interesting Drug and Hell, Nebraska.
My big purchase at the con was the Source Point Press/Comics Experience bundle. I've been a member of the CE workshop forums for ages, and took the in-person classes in New York before operations moved online. Andy Schmidt, who was an editor for Marvel and IDW before founding Comics Experience, is a fantastic resource for creators who want to improve their craft and develop their comicking careers. I'm pretty excited by the new publishing initiative, and after meeting and hanging out with Frank Gogol at C2E2, I'm especially looking forward to reading his short story collection Grief.
Looking forward to my next convention, the Ann Arbor Comic Arts Festival in June. Thanks to everyone who stopped by, and to all of you supporting Macbeth: The Red King on Kickstarter!