I was delighted to get to work on a mysterious watercolour cover for the Out of Place Artifacts anthology – a very cool project I’m looking forward to seeing. It’s being crowdfunded currently, check it out here !
July 10, 2021 marks the official launch of IrishComics.ie, a new platform for sharing comics by Irish creators in the traditions of webcomics and old-school group-blogging.
The first pages from the first five stories are going live on Saturday July 10, 2021. Each week day after, the stories will update
Mondays: Sredni Vashtar
Clare Foley’s adaptation of the Saki short story published in 1912. You’ll be able to read the first page of this quirky horror on launch day on July 10th and a new page will be posted every Monday until its conclusion.
Tuesdays: After Yesterday
Chapter 1, Page 1 of Jamie Lalor’s lauded webcomic will be also be posted on launch day on July 10th with a new page of music, friendship, and goths posted every Tuesday.
Wednesdays: MR & MRS VAN HELSING
Site co-founders Aaron Fever and Hugh Madden join forces on a newly-wed/monster comic which debuts on July 10th and will post a new page every Wednesday.
Thursdays will be the great Anthea West’s short black & white horror stories, beginning with the very creepy tale EYES.
Fridays: The Fiend in The Forest
Written by Paul Carroll with art by Clare Foley, this ghoulish tale of a young fox’s trip into the woods will update every Friday.
I’m very pleased to be involved this year once again in the Alliance Française Dublin Comic Book Festival. A series of live readings will take place on Zoom on Wednesday 12th of May, including comics read by myself along with Sarah Bowie, Philip Elliott, Debbie Jenkinson, Julien Laloy, Elida Maiques, Melody Ung, and Eoin Whelehan.
I’m so delighted to be involved with this project by Paul Carroll and Limit Break Comics. The Kickstarter is live now and is already at nearly 100% funded in just three days! Click here to view the Kickstarter
Just look at this incredible line-up of talent from Ireland and abroad… I’ll be teaming up with Emmet O’Brien to create some sci fi re-imagined Irish mythology. Watch this space!
As part of the Alliance Francaise Dublin Facebook Live series, Irish illustrator and comics creator Clare Foley presents some of her recent work on a bittersweet autobiographical comic set in Mexico, showing examples of how she creates her watercolour pages.