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SPRING EISNER LECTURE: Jillian Tamaki in Conversation with Glynnis Fawkes

The Center for Cartoon Studies, The Leslie Center for Humanities at Dartmouth,, and the Will and Ann Eisner Family Foundation present Jillian Tamaki in conversation with Glynnis Fawkes.

Attention Upper Valley Community! Award-winning artist and creator, Jillian Tamaki is our featured speaker for the annual Spring Eisner Lecture! In addition, our award-winning cartoonist and faculty member, Glynnis Fawkes will be moderating! We are very excited, and we hope to see on Thursday, April 20, at 5 PM for the free lecture at Dartmouth College’s Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences, Room 001. We hope you will join us!

Thursday, April 20, at 5 PM
This event is free and open to the public.

The Norwich Bookstore will be selling books and Jillian will be signing after the talk.

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Tags: Adventure Time, Cartoon Studies, Center for Cartoon Studies, Comics, Dartmouth, Drawn and Quarterly, Eisner Spring Lecture, Glynnis Fawkes, Graphic Novel, Jillian Tamaki, Leslie Center for Humanities at Dartmouth, Mariko Tamaki, SKIM, This One Summer, Will and Ann Eisner Family Foundation

Young Adult comics at The Schulz Library

Young Adult is a booming genre. To keep things simple, in The Schulz Library we group YA and Middle Grade books. Either way, it is a popular section!

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CCS Featured Guests at TCAF:

TCAF poster by featured guset Fiona Smyth

At the Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) this May 12-13, Melanie Gillman ′12 and former CCS fellow Liniers are both feature guests along with Inio Asano (Goodnight Punpun, VIZ Media, 2016), Vera Brosgol (Leave Me Alone, Roaring Book Press, 2016), Emily Carroll (Through the Woods, Margaret K McElderry Books, 2014), Michael DeForge (Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero, Drawn and Quarterly, 2017), Hope Larson (Mercury, Atheneum Books, 2010), Jillian Tamaki (Super Mutant Magic Academy, Drawn and Quarterly, 2015), Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer [writer], First Second, 2010), and Jen Wang (The Prince and the Dressmaker, First Second, 2018).

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Tags: Cartoon Studies, Drawn and Quarterly, Emily Carroll, First Second, Good Night Planet, Goodnight Punpun, Hope Larson, Inio Asano, Jen Wang, Jillian Tamaki, Leave Me Alone, Liniers, Macanudo, Mariko Tamaki, Melanie Gillman, Mercury, Michael DeForge, Sticks Angelica Folk Hero, Super Mutant Magic Academy, TCAF, The Big Wet Balloon, The Prince and the Dressmaker, This One Summer, Through the Woods, TOON Books, Vera Brosgol, Written and Drawn by Henrietta

Past Cartoonist Studio Prize winners of Best Print Comic

Pages from Libby’s Dad by Eleanor Davis, winner of 2017 Best Print Comic

The Cartoonist Studio Prize is back for it’s sixth year. Two creators, one each for print and online, are selected each year and receive $1,000. Every year, the judges are Slate’s Jacob Brogan, a CCS representative (this year, Kevin Czap), and a guest judge (this year, Andrew Farago from San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum). Submissions are currently open an any English comic published in 2017 is eligible, so submit before the deadline, January 31, 2018.

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