New Yorkers: this Sunday I am the artist-in-residence at Ace Hotel! Come by the lobby with your favorite book, and I’ll draw a portrait of you with your lil buddy. I’ll even let you dictate how you want your nose drawn.

Click here for more details, and see you tomorrow!

Twitter: The Comic (the Book) by @vectorbelly. Jokes illustrated, just for you.


I was walking through the stacks when I noticed a co-worker crouching down to put a book on a lower shelf. I saw a hand snake out from the bottom shelf behind her and place something silvery on the floor under her heel; then the hand disappeared. I quickly stepped over and stopped her from…

I can’t believe this is @eric_devine’s THIRD book! If you’re going to BEA, go grab PRESS PLAY on Friday, 2-3 at the @RP_Kids booth #1406!

I made a book bag! 👏👏😊😊 first full project on the #singerfeatherweight!

Twitter: The Comic (the book)— a real thing by @vectorbelly coming soon!

Who’s coming with me to @communitybkstr on Tuesday to make things with @jessicapigza??

The book fairy was very kind to me today. Yay @caelacarter and @kpwerker!!!


GUYS. I got to do some drafts for The Writer’s Room on SundanceTV.

They’re for House of Cards.

Click here or on the pic above to see the rest.

When people think about a place, and they don’t find a place on a map, they think “This map sucks”. Or when people find a nice spot and it’s not in the guidebook, they think “Oooh, this place must be cool, it’s not in the guidebook”. But when they find a word that’s not in the dictionary, they think “This must be a bad word”. Why? It’s more likely to be a bad dictionary.
Erin McKean, lexicographer, in “Redefining the Dictionary”. (via allthingslinguistic)