Greetings wonderful blog subscribers, random internet searchers, and number 1 frequent visitors! I am excited to announce a new zine publication, which is mostly a printed version of this blog, plus comics, plus one article previously unpublished. Now available in a few different colour covers to choose from! 'WHATS SO FUNNY ABOUT BEING A FEMALE … Continue reading ‘WHATS SO FUNNY ABOUT BEING A FEMALE ELECTRICIAN?’
Sue Doro, and the e-magazine for and by tradeswomen, called Pride and a Paycheck
Depression, everybody gets it. I have been choosing to use comedy to change my perspective, and it is changing how I react to things. I am enjoying being funny, and am gaining confidence. Heres a blog post about what I've been up to!
Whats up mother fuckers! I always wanted to address a room like that but I'm too polite. Maybe one day it will be how I open a book, or a stand up comedy show. Maybe, also if I was being truer to me, I would probably say whats up father fuckers, or maybe just fucking … Continue reading Dating Advice From A Female Electrician
Interview with Molly Martin
An interview with Kate Braid, retired carpenter and writer
reflecting on my core values, and shamelessly self promoting myself. I'm on a podcast, got interviewed for a sweet new website, I opened a store online, and I'm teaching a workshop on comic making!
New merch site launch! You can now get Secretlifeofanapprenticeellectrician art put on almost anything! Stickers, cell phone cases, pillows, tshirts, water bottles, mugs! check out the online store!
Shop Talk Trade Comics, for construction trade workersA comic book written by and for construction trade workers, from the perspective of one lady electrician. Feminist, insightful, witty, entertaining. 5" by 7" nearly 100 page booklet. perfect as a gift, for yourself or for the tradesperson you know. Now comes with free sticker, personalized note, and … Continue reading SHOP TALK TRADE COMICS For Construction Trade Workers BOOK (2nd Edition) AVAILABLE NOW!
Trying to understand trauma, our place on the earth, and how we are all connected for better or for worse. A lot of time to think while in self quarantine during a global pandemic.