Last month, the Katanas & Trenchcoats Kickstarter campaign closed. It did pretty well, getting 328% of the initial goal! In fact, if you go to the campaign’s site, you’ll see: 895 backers pledged $32,766 to help bring this project to life. Calculating the Project’s Budget I’m rolling in money, right? HAHAHAHAHAH. Let’s get into a breakdown.
I just got back from the Write the Docs 2016 conference in Portland, and the conference was nothing short of amazing. It filled with with so many ideas for my organization, my professional development, and my personal projects. Something I realized I should do last night, after laying down and being unable to sleep because
Howdy, folks! Recently, I brought Anna Kreider on for Katanas & Trenchcoats art direction. She and I are looking to put together a team of diverse artists and we want you—yes you—to contact us with portfolios and some information about you. Read the rest of this post for details. Part of that paragraph was really
So, I have this thing I launched today: And it’s going to consume my life for the next 30 days. So I thought I’d share how I’m planning on coping with the overwhelmingness of everything while the campaign is going. (This post is not an April Fools’ Day joke.) Take Time off of the Internet Sarcastically:
Folks have been asking me for the past year: “When will you do a physical Katanas & Trenchcoats book?” I LIVE TO SERVE, O PRINCES AND PRINCESSES OF THE UNIVERSE! But let’s not stop there. Let’s make a full size, fully remastered edition of Katanas & Trenchcoats! Don’t know about the original Katanas & Trenchcoats? Check out the blurb
I used to be really horrible about replying to people. This was linked with my anxiety—I’d get an email I didn’t know how to deal with, and I’d just sit on it until I thought I could give some good news. Turns out that others found my lack of response more nerve-wracking than getting a disappointed