Thanks for asking about a 2019 wall calendar — unfortunately my friends at Workman weren’t interested in publishing one this year.
While lots of you bought the 2017 and 2018 editions, the calendar market is just sort of nuts: If you don’t do cats or dogs, basically, there’s no a lot of reason for a publisher to publish one in mass quantities.
Sorry I didn’t get it together to self-publish one on my own — the end of 2018 was sort of nuts for me, and there’s a lot of prep work for the Keep Going release in April. I’m gonna work on something for 2020, and more merch in general. (Sign up for the weekly newsletter for updates.)
One thing you might want to know: occasionally you can find the old calendars for pretty cheap, and if you cut them apart, they can make nice wall art, like in this photo:
You can even frame them and have a piece of fancy art for next-to-nothing:
Anyways, my apologies for dropping the ball and thanks a million for your interest and your readership.