Minor Leagues is my regular zine series. It features comics, drawings, stories, poems and writing of all kinds.
It’s about stuff that’s happened – part diary, part remembering stuff, trying to get at that feeling of hey what is it to be anything at all?
The first issue was released at the end of March 2016, and since then there’ve been stories about travelling in Mississippi, the death of my father, teenage adventures, childhood explorations, supermarkets, rainstorms, death, life, places, people, and our cat.
You can buy issues individually, or sign up for a four issue subscription. Visit my shop for more information.
“I like honesty of emotion; I like humour that has truth as a foundation; I like originality of vision; I like the beauty of the ordinary. Minor Leagues has all of this.” – Nathan Penlington, Syndicated Zine Reviews
“The best work of his career” – Rob Clough, High Low Comics
“Every perfectly captured rite of passage he depicts speaks to us so eloquently because we have either lived it, or will live it, too.” – Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier
“I’d gladly read Minor Leagues regardless of topic” – Jim Joyce, Razorcake
“There’s something about Simon Moreton’s quiet observations and unique style that are magnetic to me. Here’s to more Minor Leagues.” – Jonathan Valelly, Broken Pencil
Shortlisted for ‘Best New Series’ in the Broken Frontier 2016 Awards.