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Have you entered Myriad’s First Graphic Novel Competition?

The deadline for entries to the Myriad First Graphic Novel Competition 2020 – launched at last year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival, which publisher Corinne Pearlman discussed on a previous Festival Podcast, is fast approaching. The competition is for a graphic… Read More ›

Myriad Editions’ Corinne Pearlman talks publishing, new First Graphic Novel Competition

The latest Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast leads with an interview with Corinne Pearlman, Creative Director at Myriad Editions, publishers of graphic novels such as Darryl Cunningham‘s upcoming Billionaires (launching 7th November), and the recently-released Sensible Footwear by Kate… Read More ›

In Review: Benjamin Dix and Lindsay Pollock’s powerful “Vanni”

By Benjamin Dix and Lindsay Pollock Published by Myriad Editions & New Internationalist New Internationalist and Myriad Editions have collaborated on another graphic reportage work, following the fascinating and moving Escaping War and Waves by Olivier Kugler last year (reviewed… Read More ›

Challenging Conventions: Lakes International Comic Art Festival set to tackle society taboos next month

This year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in Kendal next month will feature comic artwork and writers who are tackling some of the biggest issues and taboos facing society. Offering a wide ranging programme, events will include appearances by artists… Read More ›

Kate Charlesworth guest of honour at Helsinki Comics Festival 2019

Comic creator Kate Charlesworth, whose sensational graphic memoir, Sensible Footwear: A Girl’s Guide is out now from Myriad Editions, is this year’s guest of honour at Helsinki Comics Festival 2019, taking place this coming weekend, an event that aims to raise awareness for comics as a social force of change

Lakes International Comic Art Festival graphic novel launches revealed

This year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October in Kendal, will see the launch of several new graphic novels, including Barking by Lucy Sullivan from Unbound, commissioned by the organisation. The weekend-long event in Kendal will also see a quick… Read More ›

WebFind: “Why Are There No Women Cartoonists?” by Cinders McLeod

Cinders McLeod – writer, satirist, artist, doublebassist and creator of the Moneybunnies series, financial literary for kids – drew a cartoon in 1991 in response to the oft-asked question “why are there no women cartoonists?” 20 year later, in 2011,… Read More ›

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