CCS Alumnus and Eisner-Award-Winner Joseph Lambert in Fairy Tale Comics
The Center for Cartoon Studies alumnus and Eisner-award-winning graphic novelist Joseph Lambert was recently invited by editor Chris Duffy to participate in Fairy Tale Comics, Duffy’s second children’s comics anthology for First Second.
The anthology also features stories by Emily Carroll, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Raina Talgemeier, Jillian Tamaki, and Craig Thompson, among others. Read more about Fairy Tale Comucs project and interview with Joseph Lambert on The Schulz Library blog: schulzlibrary.org
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Tags: Children Lit, Chris Duffy, Comics for kids, Emily Carroll, Fairy Tale Comics, First Second, Gilbert Hernandez, Graphic Novel, Jaime Hernandez, Jillian Tamaki, Joseph Lambert, Raina Talgemeier, Schulz Library
Congratulations to Lucy Knisley (CCS ’09) on the publication of Relish, available from First Second Books this April. Looks delicious, Lucy!
Details about Lucy’s Relish tour can be found on her blog.
Tags: First Second, Lucy Knisley, Relish
Author talk and book signing with Mark Siegel
|October 11, 2012|
|7:00 pm||to||8:00 pm|
Sailor Twain, or the Mermaid in the Hudson by Mark Siegel
Thursday, October 11, 7pm
The Center for Cartoon Studies
46 South Main Street, White River Junction, Vermont
Mark Siegel is an author, illustrator, as well as the editorial director of First Second Books. His latest graphic novel, Sailor Twain, or the Mermaid in the Hudson (First Second, October 2012) is a supernatural romance set in late nineteenth-century New York, and was hailed by John Irving as “a gripping novel with compelling characters, enhanced by haunting, erotically charged artwork.” Siegel will discuss researching and creating Sailor Twain, and books will be for sale by Norwich Bookstore. The event is free and open to the public.
Tags: Artist Talk, Cartoon Studies, Comics, First Second, Graphic Novel, Mark Siegel, Norwich Bookstore, Sailor Twain, Vermont
Alum Alexis Frederick-Frost presenter at 2010 Boston Book Festival
Alexis Frederick-Frost is a graduate of the Master of Fine Arts program at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. His book, Adventures in Cartooning: How to Turn Your Doodles Into Comics, written with James Sturm and CCS graduate Andrew Arnold, was the recipient of numerous awards, including Booklist’s Top Ten Art Books for Kids, School Library Journal’s Best Book of the Year, and theLibrary Media Connection’s “Best of the Best.”
The Boston Book Festival (BBF) will take place October 16.
For more information visit: bostonbookfest.org
Tags: Adventures in Cartooning, Alexis Frederick-Frost, Alum, Andrew Arnold, Cartoon Studies, First Second, Graphic Novel, James Sturm