A recent batch for a magazine called, 'Therapy Today' (Sister publications, presumably, 'Psychological Harm Doled Out By Your Parents Yesterday' and 'Medication Tomorrow'). The articles were genuinely stimulating so I wasn't just being sycophantic when I said as much in this Meet The Artist Q & A.
My sister who is training to be a therapist tells me that she's a subscriber. Even if I'm jaded about seeing my work in print it's always heartening to have work appear in obscure titles that friends or relatives follow. I remember one of my first paid jobs back in 1999 for Reader's Digest going some way to convince my RD-subscribing prospective inlaws that I wasn't a complete deadbeat. My laconic, now-Father-In-Law, a retired farmer, expressed indulgent bewilderment that someone should be paid for drawing cartoons. 'Well Done!' he said, as though I were involved in some sort of racket that I should milk for as long as it lasted. In some ways, he had a point.