Rob Clough has written a most kind, nuanced, and attentive review of My Biblical Daydreams #2 on his blog, High-Low, including thoughts on the term "Auteur Cartoonist." This descriptor is briefly discussed in one of the essays inside the issue and further detailed in the previous note.
In any case, I felt I should add this disclaimer. This conjunction is not my invention—I was merely doing what the English language has always done wantonly—borrowing and pilfering from French (see here).
With regards to the book: Last spring, I printed, stapled and submitted some physical copies of the book for my Loyola University (New Orleans) Honors Thesis. I only made a few. I don't know when I will make more, so if you're looking for an edition you can hold in your hand, you're currently out of luck. However, if by some relative miracle, I manage to make it to a convention this year (hopefully SPX), I'll try to order some just for the occasion. Unfortunately, they're fairly expensive to just create them myself at FedEX...even for a small B&W book.
In the meantime, if you would like to read a compiled digital copy of all three folios—works of memoir, essays, and short fiction—it's all available right here for $3 on gumroad. Considering the page count, I think it's not an exaggeration to call it a steal.
Hopefully, I'll be beginning My Biblical Daydreams #3 soon since I've just now started to recover from the process of cobbling together the previous issue. I'll need to catch up on all my other titles, too...The Extraordinary #2, The Polar Pals #2...and so forth. It's really nice to have the time it took for me to draw and then compile the issue (2014-2016) in perspective now.
Additionally, here is Rob's 2014 Thirty Days of CCS review of My Biblical Daydreams #1. That issue is also available on gumroad and contains the first entry in an ongoing story involving the character of Conner Wormwood (if you become confused while reading the latest installment).