I regret that this blog has been stagnant for so long, but I do hope to update more regularly from now on. I've got a dependable internet connection at home for the first time in a while.
Correcting the proofs and getting to to the printing stage has taken longer than I expected (I don't know what made me think printing would be the easy part), but Emberley Galaxy is in production now and I expect to have it this week.
In the meantime, you may be interested in reading up on the Make A World documentary that is being put together by the good people at Chicago's the Swiderski Institute:
As the title suggests, the movie focuses on Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make A World, perhaps the most influential of all his drawing books, certainly the most minimal and flexible in its designs.
Ed Emberley himself is in the film, and the crew also visited me and C. Spencer Yeh at the Art Damage Lodge in Cincinnati to talk about Emberley. Friends at Wire and Twine of Oxford, OH are also involved.
There's also a Make A World fan group for the film you can join on facebook.
Update: the Make A World film has been canceled.