Created by Elizabeth Querstret The Story: This is a slice of life, 24 hours in fact, for creator, artist and urban adventurer Elizabeth Querstret. It describes, moment to moment, what she did in a day of creating the Hourly Comic Day project on the 1st of February 2015. In it we get: Drawing ComicsContinue reading Sneak Preview – ‘A Day With Querstret’ by Elizabeth Querstret
Does the sporadically torrential rain of the last few days mean that’s all the summer we’re going to get? I hope not. Onto the Tube Surf… • Arthur Ranson sends word that Daniel Clifford, a fan of the artist’s Mazeworld strip (produced in collaboration with writer Alan Grant), has set up a Facebook petition toContinue reading Tube Surfing: Mazeworld, Mad Science and Harvey Pekar
London’s The Foundry is running an evening to raise money for earthquake victims in Haiti on 27th January – and comic creators are invited to get involved. The event is just part of a joint fund raising campaign by the Haitian arts group Ghetto Biennale, which is based in Port-Au-Prince, and the Foundry. A foundry/haitiContinue reading Foundry supports Haiti relief effort, comic creators wanted
• The Alternative Press Fair is back! Taking place in London on 13th February, this is a free event celebrating all things self-published and DIY: Comics and Zines, Radical Literature, Poetry, Printmaking, Book Arts and even a bit of DIY Fashion come together in this carnival of modern cottage industry! There will be a hugeContinue reading Tube Surfing: Alternative Press, Bryan Talbot, Comic Sales Figure and more Mackie!
In order to try and get more zines, comics and self published material out to a wider audience, Britain’s Alternative Press team are teaming up with like-minded events organisers to ensure they have a table for the sale of zines and comics etc., making it “Zine Friendly”. One of the first of these alliances takesContinue reading AntiFolk Goes Zine Friendly