So many cartooning topics, so little time
Once again, the problem I'm having this week is choosing only one of the dozens of urgent and worthy causes demanding a cartoon, and whether I should focus on the idiotic things President Bush is doing at home and abroad or the misguided Romney-worship that seems to have befallen Massachusetts, or something else altogether, like the Globe's recent findings on racial profiling in Massachusetts. I'm also in the process of writing my last three papers (all due in the next few days), studying for my last three exams, trying to find my lost library books without which I can't graduate (this is particularly sad since I work in the school library), and eagerly awaiting January 16, my last day of doing work as a Harvard undergraduate EVER. I plan to spend the rest of January and all of February sewing a business-esque wardrobe, knitting, reading science fiction books by Octavia Butler, Nalo Hopkinson, Nicola Griffith, Philip K. Dick and others, and updating this website's design (if I can find time for these things while working full time to save up money for my fast-approaching move to NYC). And, of course, cartooning. And catching up on all those emails I've been meaning to answer as soon as I get a little sleep. Promise.