to bed soon, but it seems fair that i give you a heads up about what’s going on. you probably know well enough that, what with one thing and another, i’m currently between regular employments. as such i’m taking the opportunity to plough some quality time into comics & illustration work. MWAHAHAHAHAHA! fools.

as ever, new strip on the website

new valentines cards exist and are currently available from either the fetishman stall or Coffee, Cake and Kink in london, but should soon also be available at Liberation in Covent Garden, the fetishman online shop and possibly even Fettered Pleasures.

this february Coffee, Cake and Kink in london are running an exhibition of valentines-ish work of mine in their “Loovre”, so if you’re about you too can drop in and recoil at the horror in real life.

leeds comics mart

saturday 2nd february 2008, from 12 noon – half 4


Leeds Metropolitan University, Leslie Silver Building,

Woodhouse Lane, Leeds

(opoosite the dry dock bar)

club lash

friday 8th february 2008, from 9:30pm – 2am

not free in

the tunnel 6 whitworth street

manchester, uk

(~actually~ spitting distance from picadilly station if you got a run up)

the london fetish fair

sunday 10th february, from 12 noon – 6pm

£5 entry on the door


1 Carpenters Mews, North Road (off Caledonian Road)

Islington, London N7 9EF

(nearest tube Caledonian Road)

that, and then there’s the physics/steampunk website and the illustration-pimping portfolio website and the 2 other websites i’m helping with. and issue 7 which is writing itself. and the launch party for issue 7 and the big exhibition at CCK. and then the extra comics i want to get done like “my first fetishman”. oh yeah, and the UK web and mini-comics thing and Bristol and the stall furniture i’m going to build for those (cue maniacal cackle). and then the project i’m working on with keef baker. yeah, i like being me: it’s knackering but it’s worth it.



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