Feb 13, 2015
Portland is home to many authors who started out by self-publishing
their work in zines, and went on to have work published by bigger
publishers, or by becoming publishers themselves. This program will
bring together some of these authors, as well as other creators,
entrepreneurs, and connectors in the local zine...
Sep 11, 2012
The Eigth Annual Zinesters TalkingFeatured the release of the print-only, small press literary journal We'll Never Have Paris. Speakers included Gabby Holden (My Time at Fabric Depot), editor Andria Alefhi, Jaime Borschuk, Bob Soper, Seth Kaplan and Martha Grover (One More for the People)
Recorded live at Central...
May 3, 2012
Vera Brosgol is Russian-American and has recently published Anya's Ghost, a young adult graphic novel about how a high school friendship with a ghost turns creepy. She is also a storyboard artist at Laika, where she worked on the films Coraline and the upcoming ParaNorman.
T. Edward Bak's natural history-oriented...
Oct 25, 2011
Night of Sharing. Martha Grover (Somnambulist) will discuss her hilarious zine about family meetings. Families are downsizing and sharing households, and this phenomenon is reflected in her zine.
and. . .
Nicole Georges will present her work Tell It Like It Tiz, a zine that shares anecdotes and stories of the elders at...
Oct 19, 2011
Comics and Art Coming Together. Ebin Lee, cartoonist and student at Pacific Northwest College of Art, talks about getting started in comics. Does going to art school improve your art? Which school is the right one? And how do you make your way as a person of color in the mainly white world of comics and art?
and. . .