Joe and Azat
A graphic novel based loosely on my experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer in Turkmenistan. People had nice things to say about it.
You can pick it up at Amazon or your local comic shop.
Flower and Fade
My first graphic novel detailing the highs and lows of a relationship. Though this book is fiction, everyone thinks it's all true and that I am the main character. I deny this. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle.
Also available from Amazon.
A collection of stories taken from Boston history. Mine's about a book bound in human skin.
Available from the Boston Comics Roundtable.
The food issue. My story's based on an old wives' tale I heard in Turkmenistan. Basically, if a child doesn't see well, the cure is to feed the kid animal eyes. If a child doesn't speak, feed the kid a tongue. My story is about a silent boy who is fed too many tongues starts telling nothing but the truth with disastrous results.
Also available from the Roundtable.
Sci-Fi Comics! Not my normal thing, but a whole lot of fun. My story is a post-apocalyptic adventure that... involves people wearing busted out TVs on their heads.
Available from River Bird Studios.
Seduction of the Innocent
Girls mostly. Not wearing many clothes mostly. Reading comic books mostly.
Available from Kettle Drummer Books.
Show and Tell
An anthology with a whole bunch of stories about teaching or learning or not teaching or not learning.
Available from Ninth Art Press.
A super cool collection of Werewolf stories by a whole slew of awesome people. Buy it. Love it. Have your will specify that a copy of it shall be placed along with you in your coffin.