My Visit to Carmine Street Comics

I apologize to all my readers out there for not updating the blog on its usual day of Saturday. I’m back in New York at present for a personal visit as well as to visit Carmine Street Comics, one of the shops that carries my work.

Carmine Street Comics

Carmine Street Comics

Located at 34 Carmine Street in the West Village of New York City, this independent comic shop is operated and owned (in part) by Jon Gorga.

Jon Gorga

There he is – the big man himself. I arrived earlier at the store, but didn’t find Jon there. I encountered Tom Gambino there, whom I follow on Twitter. We chatted for a bit and I was informed that Jon would be showing up around 1:00pm.

I left, wandered around for a bit, had lunch, and then returned. I chatted with Jon for a while, signed one copy of my book he had in stock, and explained my plans for the future.

Carmine St Comics interior

Carmine St Comics interior 2

Carmine St Comics interior 3

I plan to return to New York for Christmas and was even talking with Jon about taking part in the storefront artist program. We’ll have to see what happens.

In the meantime, make sure you stop by Carmine Street Comics today!

Carmine Street Comics
34 Carmine Street
New York, NY 10014
(646) 656-1022

Tell them that Max West sent you. Be sure to buy comics and trade paperbacks from them, including my own Sunnyville Stories Volume 1! They do have a signed copy of my book in stock!

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About Max West

I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.
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2 Responses to My Visit to Carmine Street Comics

  1. A.P. Fuchs says:

    I love the inside of that shop! It reminds me of my studio. Kinda.

    • Max West says:

      Yes, it is a small store – it’s small enough that it shares space with a bookstore.

      If you ever make it to NYC, I recommend visiting at least once and chatting with Jon Gorga.

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