Tour Photos 1

1. Sammy Harkham at Art Institute (and the floor)
2. Same
3. Shoes
4. Harkham and Pham
5. at Desert Island signing, Brooklyn


F Notebook 9.27.2016

This is today's warm-up notebook work from the Hosmer Library. I'm feeling inspired now.

Hope to get some new zines out soon, and then look for Ganges 6 early next year.


Comix Skool USA Tumblr

I'm teaching 3 classes this semester at MCAD in Minneapolis.

If you are interested in the content of these classes, or of what I'm thinking about as I teach these classes, you can follow khclasses.tumblr.com or you can buy copies of my zine, Comix Skool USA (1-3 available soon). Watch this space for more details.


Notes to Myself, by various

“This is what you shall do: Love the earth and sun and the animals, despise riches, give alms to every one that asks, stand up for the stupid and crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning God, have patience and indulgence toward the people, take off your hat to nothing known or unknown or to any man or number of men, go freely with powerful uneducated persons and with the young and with the mothers of families, read these leaves in the open air every season of every year of your life, re-examine all you have been told at school or church or in any book, dismiss whatever insults your own soul; and your very flesh shall be a great poem and have the richest fluency not only in its words but in the silent lines of its lips and face and between the lashes of your eyes and in every motion and joint of your body.” (WWhitman)

“We must clear [our minds] of preconceived notions, we must suspend judgement, we must open ourselves to the situation, take in as much data as we can, and wait patiently for some kind of order to appear out of the chaos. In short, we must think like a little child…. Remember what you have learned about learning. Be like a child. Use your eyes. Gag that teacher’s mouth inside your head, asking all those questions. Don’t try to analyze this thing, look at it, take it in…. The only thing to do [is] to turn off the questions and watch—like a child. Take it all in. See everything, worry about nothing.” (teacher, I'm not totally on board with everything that teacher says, but OK, something to think about, link from Kleon's tumblr)

“People deeply concerned about self-fulfillment and self-expression are often alien to [meaningful and deep] discovery. Instead of seeing phenomena through limpid glass, they must look through their own reflected images. Discovery instead suggests the temporary immersion of subjectivity, the dissolution of the membrane that normally separates self from other. [not sure about this metaphor. Rather, "subjectivity" and "objectivity" come together and transform into a new, third thing?]. Similarly discovery more often waits up those who conceive of achievement as part of a communal effort than upon those who want it as a personal prize. The best-kept secret about real achievement is that it is synonymous with contribution.” (GG Things)

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Magazines - Prime Cuts #10 (1988)

Prime Cuts #10(!) Dec. 1988. Jim Woodring cover. Click on this and blow up that painting. It’s a big scan. This is a magazine Fantagraphics published in the 1980s. It was edited by Gary Groth and Production by Fantagraphcs’ staff at the time. (Circulation by Rachel Enger & Carol Kovinck-Hernandez.) Does anyone know what the circulation was on something like this in 1988?

Can someone ask these people on Facebook?


from an old file

the file reads

Glenn Ganges Update:
-Bird ownership



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Fielder Bulletin Board "reblog" tumbler
KH classes "comix skool/MCAD" rumbler


The Indirect Path

“Rivers would carry their burden to the sea, but along the way they would set it down, as fertile plains.”- adapted from John McPhee, Basin and Range

-More from Ganges #5. Some of the text was used from McPhee's book, some of the text was adapted for space, and some was re-written according to the needs of the story.


Ganges 5 pre-order

Ganges 5 pre-order is up at WTD. Books ship in a week or so. It costs you a bit extra but I get more of the dough (I self-published it btw) and you get the book earlier than stores. I worked a lot on it and I’m excited to get to work on the next one, which is about half-finished already. Thanks for your support and interest. Please help me spread the word, tell your friends, etc. if you think they might be into it.

UPDATE: I will NOT be filling orders myself, all web orders will be going through the above link. So if you're used to ordering directly from me, I won't be selling Ganges 5 this time. I still have some copies of issues 2-4 (long out of print) available at scarcity prices from the Catastrophe Shop.