CCS Book Proposal Contest Winner Is Josh Rosen!
The winning project for the The Center for Cartoon Studies Book Proposal Contest goes to alum Josh Rosen! The contest was open to alum of The Center for Cartoon Studies. Josh’s graphic novel proposal, The Secret Adventures of Felix Pinn, will be represented to trade book publishers by Judith Hansen, a literary agent who represents such cartoonists as Scott McCloud, R. Crumb, Raina Telgemeier, Gene Luen Yang, Kazu Kibuishi, Ben Hatke, Vera Brosgol and Bryan Lee O’Malley. Josh is also awarded $1000! The winner was selected by Barnes & Noble’s Jim Killen and Judith Hansen. Congratulations Josh!
Rita by Tom O’Brien
The Basket Ogress by Colleen Frakes
Hell or High Water by Wade Simpson
Bek by Alex Kim
How to Survive in the North by Luke Healy
Tags: Barnes and Noble, Ben Hatke, Book Proposal, Bryan Lee O’Malley, Gene Luen Yang, Graphic Novel, Jim Killen, Josh Rosen, Judith Hansen, Kazu Kibuishi, R. Crumb, Raina Telgemeier, Scott McCloud, The Secret Adventures of Felix Pinn, Vera Brosgol
CCS Industry Day 2012
Industry Day gives both the students a chance to have their portfolios looked at by the best in the business (maybe arrange an internship) while the publishers get a chance to see the future of the comics industry and know what talent to look out for. This year guests include Gary Groth (Fantagraphics/The Comics Journal), Judy Hansen (Hansen Literary Agency), Annie Koyama (Koyama Press), Chris Duffy (Nursery Rhyme Comics), and Terry Nantier (NBM Publishing). Read more about our Industry Day guests on the Schulz Blog!
Tags: Gary Groth, Heidi MacDonald, Industry Day, Judith Hansen, Koyama Press, NBM Publishing, The Beat, The Comics Journal
Judith Hansen joins Advisory Board of The Center for Cartoon Studies
For Immediate Release September 7, 2004
(New York, NY) Judith Hansen, a 20-year trade book publishing veteran with companies including Simon & Schuster, NAL, Crown, Doubleday, and the comics and graphic novel publisher Kitchen Sink Press, has been appointed to The Center for Cartoon Studies advisory board.
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Tags: Alan Moore, Judith Hansen, Robert Crumb, Scott McCloud, Will Eisner