*Keef moves to Chapel Hill, NC!!
*The Keef “All Lives Matter” Asterisk tee-shirt and hoodie for sale!!
*Prince: 1999 comic!!
*The Round Table is ending this month
*Keef @ National Book Fest and SPX in D.C. in Sept.
*Moving sale continues
Dearest K Chronicles/(th)ink/Knight Life reader,

Like the ol’song goes: Change is gonna come! Heck, it already has!!

I am writing to you from the east side of the country. From the joyful little burg of Chapel Hill, NC. I had talked a long time about moving, and we finally found an area that was affordable, close to family, not too harsh weather-wise, and had enough going on (the Triangle of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill-Carrboro have a great arts/music and food scene) that I wouldn’t go nuts.

So far everything’s been great except the insects.

You will be hearing more about the move and the new town in future posts and comics. If you’re in the area, come say hello at Cafe Driade in Chapel Hill, or the Weaver Street Market in Carrboro, which are the 2 places I do most of my drawing these days.

My new p.o. box:
po box 3551
Chapel Hill, NC


I will continue to pursue projects in La-la land, but have established enough contacts that I do not have to be there full-time to make it work. Plus, a HUGE project dropped onto my lap that I jumped all over.. in order to finish it, I need to be holed up in a quieter place with fewer distractions..

Courtesy of teespring, I’ve got tees and hoodies for sale that are emblazoned with the recent (th)ink strip ALL LIVES MATTER* *restrictions apply (see skin color for details) It is available FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY!! So please, score one ASAP. If this works out, I’ll do more. Check em out here:

*PRINCE: 1999!!
I just did the 2nd strip in my series of seminal albums from my childhood. My new comic strip on Prince’s 5th album already has 50 recommends and is a pick o’ the week at Check it out, recommend it, and share it on social media!!

Apparently, Medium doesn’t pay like it used to, so I’m on the lookout for a new venue for my next album strip, which will focus on Paul’s Boutique, the 2nd album from the Beastie Boys!

My weekly cartoon newsletter, the Round Table, is closing up shop at the end of this month. Not for lack of success. It was getting too unruly trying to keep both up, so I’m combining it with my subscribers at Patreon. Don’t worry, I will be as forthcoming and insider with my Patreon posts as I am/was with my Round Table members, so please sign up to be a patron over at Patreon:

Now that I’m on the east coast, you’ll be seeing a lot more of me at shows in NYC, Boston and the like. Our nation’s capitol looms large for me in September as I will be interviewed onstage by the Washington Post about my police brutality slideshow at the national book festival on Sat. Sept 5th. I am hoping and praying I’ll have a collection of my police brutality cartoons by then.

Graphic Novels
Saturday, September 5
7:15 pm – 8:05 pm

Book Signing
Saturday, September 5
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Later in the month, I’ll be back up for SPX in Bethesda, MD on Sat/Sun. Sept 19/20. This is easily the best small press show in America, so git yer butt in gear! I’ll be bringing my Nappy Hour panel to SPX and the east coast for the first time! Panelists to be announced soon!

Profuse apologies to those who have ordered stuff during my pre-moving sale, and have yet to receive it…Moving from coast to coast with two little ones was even more taxing than I could ever imagine. At this point, I still have product and art sitting in boxes in my new garage and would-be office. I am doing my darnedest to fill out the backlogged orders. In the meantime, I am still selling books and original art at cut-rate prices, tossing in a free CD and greeting card with each purchase, so if you haven’t seen it, take a look:

Thank you for your continued support!

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