Everything you ever wanted to know about me and my website, but were afraid to ask! Actually, no because then there would be nothing here. But I spit in the face of the Artist's Mystique by posting unneccessary factoids about myself.
                                                                                     About the Artist
                Diana Nock is a freelance cartoonist/illustrator/designer currently residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design in May 2006 with a BFA in Comic Art and liked the city so much that she decided to stay. She's originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but does not, to her knowledge, speak with a Southern accent. Her work can be viewed online but not much in print just yet. That will change eventually. For now, she's taking jobs that come her way and working on her own projects.

                Her interests and style range from all-ages to magical realism to horror to slice-of-life. She was raised a second-generation nerd, and as a result has been exposed to a wide variety of corrupting geeky influences since she first learned to hold up her own head. focus her eyes, and stop drooling on herself. In the two months since, she has learned much. She long ago lost count of the number of conventions she's attended in her life but loves going and tries to fit in as many as her budget will allow.

                Her favorite things in life are tea, books, trees, dogs, cats, Halloween, Pixar and Ghibli movies, delicious food, clever t-shirts, and The Internets.

                                                                                     About the Website
                Jinxville has existed in one form or another since 2004, but only functioned as a storage server with a placeholder front page until a real website was designed for it in August 2006. That design was somewhat less thrilling than the current one. This is the second official version of Jinxville. If you have any comments, complaints, or suggestions -- as long as it's not about my sloppy coding -- feel free to contact me.

                The site was first hosted with Dreamhost, but then moved to the server of the gracious Xepher.net.

All material on this website is copyrighted to Diana Nock, 2003-2009, unless otherwise noted.