CFP began in the spring of 2010 when Rachel Donahue protested the dearth of archival comics (web or print) and put out a call to do something about it. She draws the art, you write the script.


Unless there's an announcement to the contrary, CFP is published weekly on Fridays at 00:01.

About the Artist

Originally from Massachusetts, Rachel still occasionally has difficulty reconciling her relocation to "the South," aka Washington, DC. She spent four blissful years at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, earning a BA in English and Illustration in 2004. Three years later, she went back to school for an MLS, largely due to a deep-seated need to regain access to the journal databases. After accidentally learning all about archives and digital preservation, Rachel decided that she wasn't quite ready to leave the University of Maryland, and is sticking around for a PhD. She has also lucked into the two greatest jobs in the world: researching digital forensics and videogame preservation with the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), and helping out the National Archives' Center for Advanced Systems and Technology (NCAST) in any way they see fit.


CFP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

In other words: Do what you want, as long as you give the creators credit, don't make any money, and let everyone else do the same with your derivatives.