Curbside “Curbside” is my bi-weekly cartoon strip that’s been running regularly in the gay and alternative presses since 1991. There are two paperback book collections available. The first book, cleverly titled Curbside, was published in 1998 by Hobnob Press with the aid of a grant from the Xeric Foundation.

Curbside collects the best of the strip’s early, largely autobiographical years, and is still available in discriminating bookstores nationwide.

My second and most recent “Curbside” collection is the graphic novel Curbside Boys, published in October 2002 by San Francisco’s award-winning Cleis Press. Curbside Boys chronicles the bittersweet love affair between Drew, a lonely, aspiring writer, and Nathan, a charming, handsome, but untamed would-be musician, against the backdrop of late 1990’s New York City.

“…it’s as sweet and truthful as you want it to be…There’s not an easy punchline on every page and there’s an unforced bittersweet quality to it, like all good memories ought to have. This is more than just a comic, it’s good storytelling with characters you’ll grow very fond of.”
-Dave White
Instinct magazine

“There is much that is truthful and universal for many readers to recognize in all four characters and their interactions.”
-The Comics Journal

“An unexpected little treasure.”
-The Lambda Book Report