Monday, November 28, 2011


The Girl Who Owned a City adaptation, written by Dan Jolley and drawn by me, and based on the classic young adult novel by O.T. Nelson, comes out in April. This is the cover the publisher (Graphic Universe) put together:

You can read an early review here. It's very positive and non-spoilery.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


Random doodle of the Gibson Girl, I was obsessed with the illustrations of her since I was a little girl. Fun to draw but nowhere near as good as Charles Dana.

By the way, I have also started a tumblr, if that's more your thing. It's just under my name: Joëlle Jones.

And don't forget, House of Night #1 went on sale today!

Monday, November 7, 2011

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Comics Art Mob at Boise Art Museum, November 12

Next Saturday I will be attending an event at the Boise Art Museum, signing books and participating in a master class and a panel and lots of things. Jamie S. Rich and our friend Erik Henriksen will be there, too.

Full details are also on the BAM website, but here is my schedule.

Saturday, November 12, 2011 • 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Workshop, Master Session and Evening Event
for Comics Fans, Novices and Professionals
Organized in part by BAM’s Teen Advisory Committee

10 a.m. – noon
Comics From Start to Finish: 2-Hour Workshop
(for ages 9 – 16)
Professional artists help you develop your own characters, storylines and finished comics.
$10 (BAM Members)
$20 (Non-members)

noon – 1 p.m.
Meet the Artists Book-signing
Meet artists Joelle Jones and Jamie S. Rich and have your copy of the recently released Spell Checkers 2, Vol. 2 signed. Regular BAM admission

2 – 5 p.m.
Make It A Career: 3-Hour Master Session
(for participants 17 and older)
Hear from collaborative team Joelle Jones and Jamie S. Rich and learn more about drawing, writing, publishing and pursuing a career in comics.
$15 (BAM members and college students w/ ID)
$25 (non-members)