Ah! We’re getting close to the end of this story!

Read Romeo and/or Juliet yet? If not, get extra tempted with a hilarious choose-your-own adventure interview with Ryan North (really!) or listen to his interview on NPR! He’s fun and funny, so you won’t regret it!

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Romeo and/or Juliet is OUT NOW! Ryan North, writer of Marvel’s Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Dinosaur Comics and more has done another Shakespearian choosable-path adventure!

Each of the endings is drawn by top illustrators and artists like
Kate Beaton (Hark, A Vagrant!),
Me
Verga Brosgol (Anya’s Ghost),
Chris Hastings (The Adventures of Doctor McNinja ),
Anthony Clark (Nedroid)
Me
Nick Gurewich (The Perry Bible Fellowship)
and literally 100,0000 more. See the full list (scroll down)!
MEEEEEEEE (to be clear, I only have one drawing in this book.)

My story in The Secret Loves of Geek Girls was mentioned as “a highlight” by CBC Books! Read about it here! Buy the book!

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This anthology of comics and writing, edited by Hope Nicholson, features work from Margaret Atwood, Danielle Corsetto, Soha Kareem, ME, and also did you notice MARGARET ATWOOD. Like the same Margaret Atwood who wrote The Handmaid’s Tale, that featured heavily in THIS Jerkface Story? The same Margaret Atwood that tweeted at me (below)? YES, THAT ONE.

I was interviewed by the Geekhard podcast about the Secret Loves of Geek Girls: Check it out!

If you’re on twitter follow @HopeLNicholson and me, on my more general twitter handle @GillianGDotCom. (My @JerkfaceComics handle is for JFA updates and news, so OBVIOUSLY follow both).

Here’s what I noticed: Because I didn’t number the Fashion pages, the 200th comic just breezed by! But not without some acknowledgment… Literary icon (and one of the world’s finest writers) Margaret Atwood responded to my tweet after reading the Book Report story (about A Handmaid’s Tale) and then making a sweet joke about Aunt Lydia!

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So, without official fanfare, the 200th page of Jerkface was honoured more than I could have ever imagined. Thank you to Our Lady Atwood, to everyone who has been reading this from the beginning, and to every new reader! To the Patrons who support Jerkface financially (you can too!), the people who share this comic with their networks, and to the people who just enjoy it alone: Thank you thank you!