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Eben has been writing comics independently for over a decade. Coming from a background in short fiction and sketch comedy, Eben's first foray into comics was with Eben07: Covert Custodian -- a webcomic about spies and their janitorial staff.

Currently, Eben is working on new episodes of B-Squad: Soldiers of Misfortune while collaborating on various projects with Starburns Industries startup imprint, SBI Press - including B-Squad, Tiny Wizards, and their youth writing project, "The Book of Nightmares."

Eben's been out in Sacramento advocating for the use of comics in schools as literature. He can frequently be found out in the world teaching kids and adults how to bring their stories to life. The journey into the boundless land of imagination is one that should be shared. Bring paper & pen, and share so other people can join in your world. 

In addition to writing, Eben remains an accomplished international artist using masking tape to create fantastic creatures and sculptures. His artwork has been a featured part of Maker Faire events in China, Lithuania, Rome and in many exhibits in the United States from New York to San Francisco. Focused on teaching, he has inspired thousands to try making their own art out of every day materials.

He enjoys making sculptures out of masking tape, playing board and role-playing games, building rocket-ships in Kerbal Space Program, drinking boulevardiers, wearing corduroy, and sharing pics with his dogs and kitties on social media. He doesn't view beards as a competition.

Eben is based in Sacramento, CA with two cats, a blind dachshund, and one very special lady. 


Masking Tape Artwork

Derpy unicorns, tape worms, and crazy characters all made out of masking tape! What can I make for you?

Take a look over my bibliography at these websites, and hey, if you have time, leave a review! Always helps other folks discover these things!

Good Reads

Amazon Author Page

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Eben’s studio space is hosted at the Sierra 2 Center in Curtis Park, Sacramento. Visiting hours are weekdays from 11-4.