Join us for the launch of Ricky Rouse Has A Gun at Gosh! Comics on 5th September!
Dear Devon, David Hine will be signing with Shaky Kane at Gnash Comics in Ashburton on 26th July, 3-5pm.
"I loved Ricky Rouse Has a Gun, a comic filled with deaths and yet full of life.” - Alejandro Jodorowsky.
You can order the limited hardback edition of Ricky Rouse Has A Gun by Jörg Tittel and John Aggs here: http://tinyurl.com/kprbd8a
How to Create and Publish a Graphic Novel: A Guardian Masterclass | SelfMadeHero -
Join SelfMadeHero, Paul Gravett, Toby Litt, Steven Appleby & Karrie Fransman for a Guardian Masterclass in graphic novel creation.
Watching Pixies play Glastonbury? Tonight, Black Francis might be busy being a rock musician. A couple of weeks ago, though, he was at the British Library launching his book, The Good Inn. Co-authored by Josh Frank, with drawings by Steven Appleby, The Good Inn is a beautiful illustrated novel about art, conflict, and the origins of cinema. Read Design Week’s review here.
How to Pitch to Publishers: A Short Course at the British Library | SelfMadeHero -
From Pitch to Publication: a short course in pitching to publishers, with SelfMadeHero’s Emma Hayley & The University of Roehampton’s Ariel Kahn, The British Library, Wednesday, 2nd July, 18.30-20.30.
Antonin Baudry (aka Abel Lanzac), French diplomat and author of the bestselling political comedy Weapons of Mass Diplomacy (with Christophe Blain), will discuss France’s resistance to the Iraq War with the writers Frank Rich and Edmund White on Wednesday July 2nd at McNally Jackson, from 7pm.
Signing: Steven Appleby at Gosh! Comics, Tuesday 17th June, 7-9pm
"A Night At The Good Inn": Black Francis, Josh Frank and Steven Appleby in conversation with David Quantick at the British Library, Saturday 7th June, from 9pm. Join us for an evening of film screenings, book chat and La Fée absinthe to celebrate the publication of The Good Inn. More information and tickets available here: http://www.bl.uk/whatson/events/event162423.html
Paul Collicutt, creator of The Murder Mile, celebrates the 60th anniversary of Bannister’s mile. See the SelfMadeHero blog for details of how to win a copy of the book and a supermiler poser.
We’re launching I. N. J. Culbard’s first original graphic novel, Celeste, at Gosh! Comics on Friday 25th April. More details here.
A self-portrait by Barbara Stok, author of Vincent. Stok draws herself hard at work on her newly released graphic biography of Van Gogh. Read an interview here.
Reinhard Kleist will be discussing his brand new graphic novel, The Boxer, with Paul Gravett at the Goethe-Institut in London, Thursday 6th March, from 7pm. Admission is free. More info here.