The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has just announced more guests for its Festival weekend (12th – 14th October 2018) in Kendal, including Kate Evans and Frank Quitely. Now in its sixth year, the latest guests revealed are Hunt Emerson (Calculus Cat, Bloke’s Progress), the Etherington Brothers (Long Gone Don, Monkey Nuts), Kate Evans (author of Threads from theContinue reading Kate Evans, Frank Quitely, Bryan and Mary Talbot and more join 2018 Lakes International Comic Art Festival line up
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast team took a trip up to Carlisle Comic Con recently and the latest podcast features interviews with some of the comic creators featured there. These include Emma Vieceli, featuring on the show for her second interview, Dave Cook of Card Shark Comics, James McCulloch from Comichaus, Lydon White andContinue reading Carlisle Comic Con focus for latest Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast
The excellent True Believers Comic Festival returns to Cheltenham Racecourse this very weekend, offering a heady line-up of great comics guests and a panel event that includes the Awesome Comics Podcast team – featuring our very own, patent pending Tony Esmond! With a strong focus on comic books, their creators, fans and the community that surroundsContinue reading New indie comic titles galore set to launch at this weekend’s True Believers Comic Festival!
The countdown has begun to this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October (13th – 15th). The downthetubes “Kendal Calling” interviews continue with a chat with artist and Festival patron Emma Vieceli, just as the first print collection of the ongoing graphic story BREAKS officially goes on sale… From self-publishing to some of the biggest bookContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2017: An interview with comic creator and Festival patron Emma Vieceli
The Glasgow Book Festival Aye Write! returns to the city from 9th to 19th March 2017 of this year with a multitude of bookish talks, discussions and workshops over three locations, the Mitchell Library, Aye Write’s spiritual home, as well as the nearby Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA) and, for the events featuring big names of theContinue reading Comics @ Aye Write! Glasgow’s Book Festival 2017