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// about A.M. //

heyanniemok:

easter morning 2011, the day jesus rose to heaven, i pooped myself two blocks from my house. and i said to myself, “so we’re there now.”
here i am cleaning up. i forget when i drew this, but it was well after the fact.

happy easter

heyanniemok:

easter morning 2011, the day jesus rose to heaven, i pooped myself two blocks from my house. and i said to myself, “so we’re there now.”

here i am cleaning up. i forget when i drew this, but it was well after the fact.

happy easter

Photos by D1L0 of See-Through Girls at ROCKERS! last night. Wonderful full photoset here. Lots of cute cute CUTE pics in there.

Thanks so much for these D1L0 for these, and thanks to for the rest of the acts: Aye Nako, the Opaque Hand, Rasheedah Phillips (reading! The book whose cover I designed!), Baptist Preachers (!!!), and of course organizer Camae / DJ MMGZ. This is my favorite show we ever played, and hands down the best show series in Philly (sorry, Bros Fall Back shows, I love you though~!)

Photos Copyright © 2014 D1L0. / http://instagram.com/_d1l0_ / www.facebook.com/dilodemille / www.dilodemille.tumblr.com

theanniemokshop:

"Annie Mok is a dream warrior comix-babe."Maré Odomo

I released the best of my solo comics on PDF format on Gumroad. Individual comics (16-32 pages) sell for $1-2, and collections (60-158 pages) sell for $3-9.

I made PDF collections (packaged into single PDFs, not ZIPs) because Gumroad isn’t set up for selling more than one item at a time due to its one-stop checkout. Also, it was fun. A neat look back at five (!) years of work. (Work from 2004-2007 is not included and is considered “juvenilia” by critics.)

  • Hey, Chicago ($5) collects AM Draws James Joyce; the gag strip collection Decorum + “How Do You Fill the Void?” 2013; and Stitching Together: Special Edition, A.K.A. “the Kermit one,” with the little bio of Jim Henson. Edie Fake said of Decorum: “Punchy shorts keep you laughing until you’re crying, and then you realize you were actually crying all along.”
  • New Work, 2013 ($3) collects my newest, richest comic Screentests, which includes the stories “Pictures of Candy Darling” and “Body Language” (detail at the top, with the Kiki image); and the funny fever dream Blue Blue Blues starring “Sonic.” It pads out with short strips from Comics Workbook and elsewhere, including “To all the Johnny Ryans.” 
  • Annie Mok: Collected, 2008-2013 ($9) collects all of the above, plus the early rarities Chris Ware: Paper Musician, which Top Shelf’s Brett Warnock called “A classic of the genre;” and the stories in B-Sides: Uncollected Anthology Comics, 2008. 158 pages.

And you can browse all of the comics on my Gumroad page.

All of the books that were Riso-printed include scans from the Riso pages from dreamboat printer Issue Press. Photos by my sometime collaborator Maggie Eighteen suggest tactility in these onscreen versions. I usually dislike reading comics on screens, so I worked to make the presentation of these special. These are PDFs for people who love physical books.

All the prices are sliding scale — they’re cheap because they’re set to the minimum. If you can pay more, I’m very happy about it; if you can only afford the minimum, I’m also very, very happy about it. If you can’t afford what you want out of this based on these prices, email me at heyanniemok (at) gmail, and we can work something out. 

I believe in these comics. Especially the dumb ones. It’s all memoir, even the fiction. And it’s all fiction, even the memoirs.

Could use the money, too. Reblogs/sharing/word of mouth would also be appreciated on this.

Thanks for reading.

Yours* in girlfaggotry,

<3

Annie “(parentheses)” Mok

*j/k I don’t belong to you I belong to me

reminder~

heyanniemok:

hi hi See-Through Girls are playing this jawn of beauty! link to the FB event embedded in image~

ROCKERS+ SLASH EM UP PRESENTSrace+ punk + identity in the new age2 DAYS OF SHOWS/READINGS/ZINES DISTROROCKERS! DAY ONEFRIDAY APRIL 18thFeaturing::::::::::THE BREATHING LIGHT (CHI)AYE NAKO (NYC)METROPOLARITY THE OPAQUE HAND (first show ever)SEE-THROUGH GIRLSDJ MMGZhttps://soundcloud.com/moor-goddess$5 Hosted by Adrian AdonisFirst Rockers of 2014Don’t miss this.


tonight! tonight! (sung in a billy corgan voice)
thanks so much to camae for having us on!

heyanniemok:

hi hi See-Through Girls are playing this jawn of beauty! link to the FB event embedded in image~

ROCKERS+ SLASH EM UP PRESENTS
race+ punk + identity in the new age

2 DAYS OF SHOWS/READINGS/ZINES DISTRO

ROCKERS! DAY ONE
FRIDAY APRIL 18th

Featuring::::::::::

THE BREATHING LIGHT (CHI)
AYE NAKO (NYC)
METROPOLARITY 
THE OPAQUE HAND (first show ever)
SEE-THROUGH GIRLS

DJ MMGZ
https://soundcloud.com/moor-goddess

$5 

Hosted by Adrian Adonis

First Rockers of 2014
Don’t miss this.

tonight! tonight! (sung in a billy corgan voice)

thanks so much to camae for having us on!

heyanniemok:

SELFIE (drawn)
Annie Mok 12.10.13

Hi! This drawing is featured (in B&amp;W) in the interview with me that Zach Mason conducted in Comics Workbook Magazine #3. It&#8217;s $2 from Copacetic.

This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and an essay on sexual assault themes by Laura Knetzger. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.

I&#8217;m really proud of this interview. Zach was a dream to work with, asked great questions, and was super respectful in regards to really difficult things to ask about. &lt;3
Oh, and behind this drawing is a photo of Tarot cards and bits from my diary.

heyanniemok:

SELFIE (drawn)

Annie Mok 12.10.13

Hi! This drawing is featured (in B&W) in the interview with me that Zach Mason conducted in Comics Workbook Magazine #3. It’s $2 from Copacetic.

This issue features Dash Shaw in conversation with Frank Santoro at SPX 2013 (transcribed by Andrew White), essays on Nancy by Dorothy Berry, interviews with Annie Mok and Ed Luce by Zach Mason, an essay on the comics of Marissa Paternoster by Brandon Soderberg, and an essay on sexual assault themes by Laura Knetzger. The cover was drawn by Dash Shaw.

I’m really proud of this interview. Zach was a dream to work with, asked great questions, and was super respectful in regards to really difficult things to ask about. <3

Oh, and behind this drawing is a photo of Tarot cards and bits from my diary.

hi hi See-Through Girls are playing this jawn of beauty! link to the FB event embedded in image~

ROCKERS+ SLASH EM UP PRESENTSrace+ punk + identity in the new age2 DAYS OF SHOWS/READINGS/ZINES DISTROROCKERS! DAY ONEFRIDAY APRIL 18thFeaturing::::::::::THE BREATHING LIGHT (CHI)AYE NAKO (NYC)METROPOLARITY THE OPAQUE HAND (first show ever)SEE-THROUGH GIRLSDJ MMGZhttps://soundcloud.com/moor-goddess$5 Hosted by Adrian AdonisFirst Rockers of 2014Don&#8217;t miss this.

hi hi See-Through Girls are playing this jawn of beauty! link to the FB event embedded in image~

ROCKERS+ SLASH EM UP PRESENTS
race+ punk + identity in the new age

2 DAYS OF SHOWS/READINGS/ZINES DISTRO

ROCKERS! DAY ONE
FRIDAY APRIL 18th

Featuring::::::::::

THE BREATHING LIGHT (CHI)
AYE NAKO (NYC)
METROPOLARITY 
THE OPAQUE HAND (first show ever)
SEE-THROUGH GIRLS

DJ MMGZ
https://soundcloud.com/moor-goddess

$5 

Hosted by Adrian Adonis

First Rockers of 2014
Don’t miss this.

Annie Mok Selfies, 2013-2014, a Best Of Collection and you’re welcome~

First is a Candy Darling pose, 3 is from Skype, 4 is from the first See-Through Girls show