Transitions 8

Transitions 8 Programme announced

The Centre for Contemporary Literature has announced the programme for Transitions 8, their eighth symposium dedicated to comics and graphic narrative. Taking place next month, speakers include Barbara Chamberlin, Corinna Lenhardt and Nicola Streeten, with the free event including a round table chaired by Sarah Lightman. Dr. Maggie Gray, author of Alan Moore, Out from theContinue reading Transitions 8 Programme announced

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Myriad Editions set to celebrate women cartoonists and comic creators in Britain with “The Inking Woman”

Due for release in March, Myriad Editions The Inking Woman by Nicola Streeten and Cath Tate, will be published one week after a study of early female cartoonist, Marie Duval. Taking its name from the terrific The Inking Woman exhibition hosted by London’s Cartoon Museum in 2017, this new book is a groundbreaking, picture-led celebrationContinue reading Myriad Editions set to celebrate women cartoonists and comic creators in Britain with “The Inking Woman”

Comics @ Aye Write!: Glasgow’s Book Festival 2018

The Glasgow book festival Aye Write!  has announced its line-up for 2018 and as usual it includes a selection of comics events. These all take place in either the Mitchell Library or the CCA in central Glasgow over the weekend of 24/25 March 2018. Darryl Cunningham: Graphic Science 24th Mar 2018 11:30AM – 12:30PM CCA Tickets:Continue reading Comics @ Aye Write!: Glasgow’s Book Festival 2018

Nicola Streeten. Image courtesy Myriad Editions

Call For Papers: Documenting Trauma: Comics and the Politics of Memory Symposium, Oxford

The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), which offers the city’s humanities scholars to collaborate with researchers across other disciplines, and institutions, has issued a Call For Papers for a day-long symposium  to be hosting here in Oxford on 22nd June 2017. (The institute also runs a number of comic events through the year). Titled Documenting Trauma: Comics andContinue reading Call For Papers: Documenting Trauma: Comics and the Politics of Memory Symposium, Oxford

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Graphic Brighton returns in May, Drawing in the Margins

  This year’s Graphic Brighton weekend at the University of Brighton City Campus takes place on 1st – 2nd May, presented by the University of Brighton and fine publishers Myriad Editions, and includes panels, discussions and workshops. Following last year’s event which explored the work of local artists and included Chris Riddell and David Lloyd as guests,Continue reading Graphic Brighton returns in May, Drawing in the Margins