Seattle Public Library’s annual Comixtravaganza is kicking off, with local publishers Fantagraphics Books and Zanadu Comics lending a hand.
Free preofessional workshops are being organised this weekend from the likes of David Lasky and Greg Stump, enabling people to take their own mini-comics home – but not before they’ve been added to the library’s collection. Peter Bagge, creator of Hate and The Incorrigible Hulk will also be talking at length about his influences and work.
Anyone got any cheap flights from London to Seattle going?
For more details call 206-386-4636 or go to www.spl.org.
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