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From the story of how Jeffrey lost his virginity to observing and philosophizing about the complexity of family, generations, and life itself, these autobiographical books travel through Jeffrey’s specific story, but land on universal moments.
The bittersweet story of a long distance relationship and young love, with all the good, bad, and boring that give the past meaning. A book showing that it really is better to have loved and lost than never have loved at all.
The brutally honest, and possibly overly earnest, story of how Jeffrey lost his virginity. A story of first love, with all the highs and lows that come with unreasonable romantic expectations.
An examination of intimacy, with all the things left unsaid, and all the things that were better left unsaid.
A collection of humorous, mostly autobiographical anecdotes and shorts, including the relationship coda Every Girl Is The End Of The World For Me, and the self-parody Be A Man.
A Matter Of Life
A meditation on fatherhood and religion, these are Jeffrey’s stories of growing up in the church with a dad who was a minister, then becoming a father himself, and finding out that the questions in life are just as important as the answers.
A collection of short stories about all the tiny slices that make up most of our lives – from a hike in the mountains to tracking down a song heard at the coffee shop, these moments and feelings become something bigger when we find the meaning in them.
Funny Misshapen Body
The story of how Jeffrey got sick, got better, found his way through school, and became an artist – all so he could write and draw stories about getting sick and becoming an artist.