Mike Shea-Wright: Day One

How many second graders can you fit into one art class? Fix that theoretical number of children in your head before cracking open today’s Cartoonist Diary. Fix it in there with a nail gun. Then click “Continue reading”.

Nathan Gelgud: Day Five

In Nathan’s final installment of his Cartoonist’s Diary, he’s trying to make his way through his past, ours; the thoughts that haunt him, the stories he remembers. It’s the only option.

Nathan Gelgud: Day Four

Today, Nathan is grappling with the loss of more freelance work, and his own struggles with the “right” way to feel, the best reaction, the next step to take.

Nathan Gelgud: Day Three

As work begins to dry up, Nathan finds himself with some time for reading: but you’re never going to guess what subject haunts his trip to the history section.

Nathan Gelgud: Day Two

In today’s installment of Nathan’s Diary, the pandemic is creeping its way into one of the most simple pleasures that Nathan has left: tunes!

Nathan Gelgud: Day One

A new Cartoonist’s Diary begins, with Nathan Gelgud grappling with the all new challenges inherent in something as simple as going to the grocery store.

Kevin McCloskey: Day One

A new Cartoonist’s Diary begins, with Kutztown’s own Kevin McCloskey clocking in for a look at his mailbox, his fertilizer, and his missing mailman!

Rob Kirby: Day Five

There’s one challenge that the Cartoonist’s Diary must sometimes embrace: how far are you willing to go? Today, Rob Kirby takes a very specific plunge!

Rob Kirby: Day Four

If you thought you knew what was coming after yesterday’s entry, then today might come as a shock: a phone is about to make some noise, and a situation is about to change!

Rob Kirby: Day Three

Rob’s job is taken up less of his time than usual, and while that isn’t by choice, so far, things are working out just fine. His hair, on the other hand, is showing signs of trouble.

Rob Kirby: Day Two

Today, Rob gets the kind of weather his soul needs, some evidence that the “big move” was the “right move”, but a knockout reminder of the world outside is waiting in the wings.

Rob Kirby: Day One

Rob is hunkered down at home, and it’s doing things to his hair, his relationship, and his feelings: and that’s all okay. A new Cartoonist’s Diary begins!

Tim Hamilton: Day Five

The aftermath of an illness: that’s something we’re all looking forward to. But be prepared for Tim Hamilton’s closer in today’s Diary: it’s a tough one.

Tim Hamilton: Day Four

Do you think super-hero artists are going to be there when the chips are down and you need some help? Tim Hamilton used his own body to put that question to the test. The answer is no.

Tim Hamilton: Day Three

Can you catch chicken pox as an adult? That’s the question that should haunt today’s installment of Tim’s diary, but the livewire that is Ed should never be far from your mind!

Tim Hamilton: Day Two

In today’s blast from the past, Tim recalls the night he went to a party that didn’t bring proper music while the mystery of Ed’s empty pockets deepened!

Tim Hamilton: Day One

In the first day of Tim Hamilton’s Cartoonist’s Diary, we travel back in time to meet a man who may or may not be telling the truth. We might even be meeting two of them!

Kevin Budnik: Day Six

Kevin closes out his week of Cartoonist’s Diary entries with the classiest of cliffhanger conclusions: unanswered questions!

Kevin Budnik: Day Five

There’s a lot to love in today’s installment of Kevin’s Diary (and there’s still one more surprise day to go!), but for our money, the crowd pleasing moment is the very specific instructions that go down during dinner. Get some!