Back in civilization

Yesterday around midnight we arrived in the fair city of Göteborg with the ship. It’s pouring rain and cold as shit here, albeit it supposedly being the high of summer, but I couldn’t be happier to be back. 

I finished printing the first ever, ever copy of Of Love and Tall Ships while in dry dock, here is the result:

My plan for my time here in Göteborg (apart from working like crazy and drinking too much beer) is to get it properly printed in maybe 50 copies. I plan on selling it, so if you’re intested in a copy in English, let me know! This will most likely be the only way to get ahold of one since I don’t have a publisher for the English version yet.

6 thoughts on “Back in civilization

  1. Hello, Karin. I just began following your blog within the last month or so–I regret that I didn’t happen upon it sooner.

    I’m a bit of a bibliophile, and I do enjoy a good graphic novel, so I’m certainly interested in owning a copy of Of Love and Tall Ships. Let me know…

    Will the copies by chance be signed and numbered by the artist? 🙂

  2. I would be potentially interested. Could I make a suggestion about your cover? Perhaps add a white border/outline around the text so it doesn’t get lost in the art? It’s a little hard to see.

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