Grant Snider's thoughts on the struggles (and perils) of creativity, parenting, and life are really, really great. Often humorous and whimsical, and that's good, because they can really sting, at times. And the humor/whimsy helps us feel moire like flies on honey than on vinegar (and that's good, rhetorically). You can follow him on Instagram or Twitter or Facebook or Tumblr or through his website. Pick one (or all), and follow them. You won't be disappointed.
Grant Snider began drawing and writing before he knew what he was doing. Soon it was too late to stop. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Book Review, The Kansas City Star, The Best American Comics 2013, and all across the internet. A collection of his comics, The Shape of Ideas, will be published by Abrams in April 2017. Grant lives in Wichita, Kansas with his wife, daughter, and two sons, where he also practices orthodontics. You can often find him carrying a sketchbook, lost in his own thoughts.