Installation view of Dual Views: Labor Landmarks of San Francisco, April 2015, San Francisco State University Library. Photo: Tom Griscom.
Book in Progress
From Panels to Frames: Comic Art in Museums, University Press of Mississippi. Expected Fall 2018.
Routledge Handbook of the Secret Origins of Comics Studies. I am honored to have a chapter (Forming a Visual Canon: Comics in Museums) about the pioneers that advanced comic art into museums in this incredible anthology edited by Matt Smith and Randy Duncan.
Selected Articles & Links
The Fight for San Francisco, Places Journal. 3/23/15
Best City Reads of the Week, CityLab. 3/28/15
Dual Views: Tom Griscom & Wendy Crittenden Premiere in San Francisco, Nashville Arts. 4/15/15
How the French Kickstarted the Acceptance of Comics as an Art Form in the US: the Books and Exhibitions of Maurice Horn. IJOCA V 18, #2 (Fall/Winter 2016). [PDF/academia.edu]
A Collaborative Journey: Malcolm Whyte, Troubador Press, and Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco. IJOCA V 18, #2 (Fall/Winter 2016). [PDF/academia.edu]
2015 Eisner Awards Nominee! Comics Through Time: a History of Icons, Idols & Ideals. Greenwood Press, 10/28/14. Entries on Mort Walker & on Beetle Bailey [Amazon]
Revisiting the Comic Art Show. International Journal of Comic Art Vol. 14, No. 2, Fall 2012 [PDF/academia.edu]
Interview: Denis Kitchen, Comics Alternative. 10/30/14
Interview: Steve Leialoha, Comics Alternative. 8/29/14
Interview: Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson. Comics Alternative. 6/3/14
Interview: Darick Robertson. 4/30/12.
Interview: Mark Bode, Comics Journal On-line, 11/22/10.
Beyond High & Low: How Comics and Museums Learned to Co-Exist. International Journal of Comic Art Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall 2009. [PDF/academia.edu]
Jack Kirby's Collages & the Sublime. 4/27/09.
Blog: art icons comics [since 2008]