October is Filipino American History Month. Here is an old comic about a trip back to my parents’ hometown in the Philippines for the funeral of my Lolo whose journey to the United States in the 1930s led to my family’s American experience and forged an eternal connection with a town a thousand miles away.Continue reading “Lapog”
It’s been four months now and I’m actually satiated with just being able to breathe, but I still want my mom’s caldereta.
Read my musings over my new obsession to DIE for!
Finding shelter during shelter-in-place. Take care everyone!
I have a tendency to feel a lot.
1-pager for the Runner, Runner anthology (Tugboat Press)
Drawn yesterday. Happened in 2019 when we used to go outside.
Hear what they’re saying about my book!
I have a short comic about my beloved city of Oakland on the Popula.com website, an online magazine empowering independent journalists and showcasing unique work in comics. Click here to read the story
BOOGIE DOWN NOW! Join me at events and comic shows to celebrate the new book. I’m very excited to share it with you!Bethesda, Maryland2018 Small Press Expo Saturday, September 15, 2018Brooklyn, New YorkBrooklyn Book FestivalSunday, September 16, 2018 Seattle, WashingtonShort Run FestivalSaturday, November 4, 2018Seattle, WashingtonSeattle Public LibraryConversation with Mimi PondSunday, November 5, 2018, 1:00 –Continue reading “Boogie About Town!”