Stumptown!

This coming weekend I’m going to be a guest at Stumptown Comics Festival in Portland, Oregon. I’ll be speaking about my work on Sunday at 5pm, doing some signings, and creating a giant drawing installation during the con.

I’ve never been to Portland before. What shouldn’t I miss?

4 Responses to Stumptown!

  1. Andrew says:

    I have lived in Portland for the past 10 years, and some of most fun I have had is at Voodoo Doughnuts and Powell’s Books. Also, Stumptown Coffee is the best place to get a cup before doing anything in the city. I hope you have fun visiting our fair city, I wish I could be at Comic Fest, you will have fun!

  2. Andrew says:

    I have lived in Portland for the past 10 years, and some of most fun I have had is at Voodoo Doughnuts and Powell’s Books. Also, Stumptown Coffee is the best place to get a cup before doing anything in the city. I hope you have fun visiting our fair city, I wish I could be at Comic Fest, you will have fun!

  3. allanah says:

    powell’s, stumptown coffee, the bye and bye (ne alberta st), voodoo doughnuts, por que no (ne mississippi)… just off the top of my head. also try out different food carts! and the ace hotel has a b&w photo booth in the lobby. xx

  4. allanah says:

    powell’s, stumptown coffee, the bye and bye (ne alberta st), voodoo doughnuts, por que no (ne mississippi)… just off the top of my head. also try out different food carts! and the ace hotel has a b&w photo booth in the lobby. xx

  5. Kris says:

    Sorry for giving you the bad directions to the Jupiter Hotel–my friends immediately jumped on me for my stupidity and/or terrible sense of direction. My apologies!

    –Kris

  6. Kris says:

    Sorry for giving you the bad directions to the Jupiter Hotel–my friends immediately jumped on me for my stupidity and/or terrible sense of direction. My apologies!

    –Kris

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