Listing Tag: diary

Greek Diary

250 pages of autobiographical comics about daily life on an excavation, traveling with reluctant children, and a flashback to a romance on Santorini 13 years before.  Winner of a MoCCA Award for Excellence and nominated for the Slate Cartoonist Prize.

101 Movies To Watch Before You Die

Taking the form of a diary, this vibrant graphic novel takes the reader from Goodfellas to The Goonies, Harry Potter to Apocalypse Now in a zany and hilarious exploration of the movies that have shaped Cavolo’s life and the lives of his generation.

Yoga Diary One

“Nap vs. yoga, the never-ending after work decision…”

MY PACE ~ a Rod + Cone Anthology

A comics anthology featuring work by: Anna McGlynn Iona Fox Hannah Ratblood Sophie Yanow Reilly Hadden Cooper Whittlesey Stephianie Kwak Rod + Cone is a micropress that highlights great writing in comics.  R+C publishes a a biannual anthology. 52 pages ISBN: 978-0-9967317-1-3

Ephemeroptera: Diary Comics

Diary comics/fanciful musings from September 2014 – April 2015.

Almanac (2015)

Almanac is an annual collection of auto-bio // short fiction // non-fiction comics by farmer & cartoonist Iona Fox. 64 pages ISBN: 978-0-9967317-0-6


Kevin Budnik’s recent diary comic series Epilogue is about social anxiety, working in the service industry, and searching for ways to deal with the directionless feelings of a person in their mid-twenties. The newest issue of Epilogue, a series which Kevin began drawing and serializing online in Januray 2015, as well as all previous issues More Info »

Handbook Chapter Two

Handbook is a six-chapter journal comic by Kevin Budnik about his personal struggle with disordered eating. The writing is derived from notes and things Kevin experienced during outpatient therapy, juxtaposed with present day, post “recovery” life. Chapter One of Handbook debuted at SPX last fall. This is a continuation of the series. Rob Clough, on More Info »

The Collected JURNCOMX: You Gotta Run or You’ll Die.

20 pages of short gag-like journal comics drawn by Paul Cleland Smith