Objects of Affection, self-published, 2021three short stories about loss and love
Whose Embryos, self-published, 2017one short story about the embryo adoption/donation industry in the U.S., along with my own in/fertility experience
*Story also featured in the Ignatz-award-winning Be Gay, Do Crime, a collection of LGBTQIA+ stories, edited by Matt Bors, published by IDW publishing
Louder, self-published, 2016one short story about my experience with a life-saving abortion
Then What, self-published, 2015
two short stories about grief and healing
Soda Suicide, self-published, 2014a collection of very short humor comics
Progress Reports, self-published, 2013a collection of very short comics about teaching in a public elementary school
Excerpt from “Our Sex Trafficking Witch Hunt”, The Nib, 2018
Excerpt from “How Do I Protect My Students from Gun Violence”, Bright Magazine, 2017
Excerpt from “From Syria to Seattle, with Love”, Bright Magazine, 2017
Excerpt from “Should We Get Used to Charter Schools?”, Seattle Weekly, 2016
Excerpt from “How Seattle Got Its (Arts) Groove Back”, Bright Magazine, 2015
Sample illustrations commissioned by SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership for use in their training curriculum, 2018.
Sample illustrations for The Center For Strengthening the Teaching Profession, 2017-18.
Promotional comic/illustration for the Capitol Hill In Motion campaign, King County Metro, 2016.
Cover and spot illustrations for The Seattle Weekly article “The New Left,” 2016.
Hand-drawn typographic signage for The Seattle Art Museum’s Graphic Masters exhibition, 2016. (Pictured: 1 of 20)
Commissioned wedding invitation illustration/design, 2016.
“Dog Park” (personal project), screenprint, edition of 50, 2016.
Written by Sarah Galvin, illustrated by Robyn Jordan for The Stranger’s quarterly A&P Magazine, 2013.