Pardon the radio silence. Since I last posted, I've conducted tons more interviews, produced tens (doesn't sound like much but it's a lot, trust me) more pages, started a new visual journalism organization called Graphic Voices, bought a motorbike, had a gallery show, broken and fixed aforementioned motorbike, and negotiated the highs and lows of itinerant power, water and petrol shortages (with the occasional national strike thrown in for good measure) out here in Kathmandu. For more info, check out the latest edition of my newsletter here, or sign up to subscribe for the semi-monthly missives here.
The first digital issue, which is long overdue, will be with you very soon - I'm putting the finishing touches to it now and want it to be perfect before it hits the e-shelves. In the meantime, my first piece of graphic journalism on trafficking in Nepal just went live on the BBC News website here. I'd really appreciate it if you share it to get it to the top of the Beeb's "trending" list - the more eyeballs it gets, the better. I'll also be doing a skype interview with the Beeb at 4pm GMT today (Tues, April 23). More soon. Thanks again for the ongoing support!