For this edition of AmaZine Day (Saturday, May 18th), we’ve lined up a two-part reading featuring some rad creators that have tabled at AmaZine Day and are active members of the Portland zine community! Amazine Day is a quarterly zine fest organized by PZS and happens at the IPRC. This…
In honor of free comic book day I bring you a brand new Mr. Wolf strip. If you want to support the author above and beyond you can purchase the Mr. Wolf #1 mini-comic at Birdcage Bottom Books. Or you can find all my books at buyolympia.com.
Thanks to everyone who came out to see me at the Stumptown Comics Festival this past weekend!
Thanks! I will. I’ll probably have one up in the next day or two. There should be a Mr. Wolf #2 by summer.
Thanks Kristina. I hope your class likes the books. Here’s a link to Chi’s Sweet Home: http://www.amazon.com/Chis-Sweet-Home-Kanata-Konami/dp/1934287814 Summer is coming soon!
Hey dudes. Come meet Mr. Wolf fer REALZ. This Saturday and Sunday I will be at the Stumptown Comics Festival in Portland, Oregon. I’ll be tabling to hock my wares and sign some books. I got lots of ‘em so drop on by won’t you? I am also moderating a pretty nifty panel as well as I’m talking on one too. See below.
B114: Drawing for Youth: Comics for Kids
From inspiration to publication, what is the process behind making work for a younger audience? Join cartoonists James Kochalka (American Elf, Johnny Boo), Ted Naifeh (Courtney Crumrin, Polly and the Pirates), Hope Larson (Mercury, A Wrinkle In Time) and Faith Erin Hicks (The War At Ellsmere, Friends With Boys) as they discuss what it means to make comics for kids and young adults. Cartoonist and elementary school teacher, Aron Nels Steinke, will moderate.
B114: Teaching Comics
Comics have been gaining a presence in the classroom. While universities are offering classes in sequential art, high school teachers are working graphic novels into their required reading lists, and students of all ages are busy making comics in class. What are some of the the challenges, philosophies, and goals of comics educators? Join guests Diana Schutz, Brian Bendis, Nicole J. Georges, Ryan Alexander-Tanner, Aron Steinke and Trevor Dodge as they discuss teaching comics at all levels. Moderated by Lisa Eisenberg.