• An Intimate Glimpse at Brenda Starr at the Society of Illustrators in NYC

    An Intimate Glimpse at Brenda Starr at the Society of Illustrators in NYC0

    “Brenda Starr: Reporter: The Art of Dale Messick” Curators: Laura Rohrman, R. Robert Pollak, Richard Berenson, and Anelle Miller January 3-March 23, 2019 Society of Illustrators, New York In 1940, Dale Messick’s newspaper comic strip Brenda Starr: Reporter debuted, telling the adventures of an intrepid and glamorous investigative journalist. It would run for several decades,

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  • Panels and Prompts: Talking about Creating Content at GeekGirlCon 2018

    Panels and Prompts: Talking about Creating Content at GeekGirlCon 20180

    GeekGirlCon is one of my favorite conventions to attend and participate in. It is where I got my start as a panel moderator back in 2016. However, my first time serving as panelist for a convention. I found the experience extremely valuable and it was great to have the responsibilities of organizing off my shoulders.

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  • To All The Cons We’ve Loved This Year

    To All The Cons We’ve Loved This Year0

    We all have different criteria for what makes a convention. Some people love the huge rush of large venues like SDCC. Some like quieter, smaller things. With 2018’s convention season having finally wound down, we figured it’d be a good idea to talk about which con each of us liked best, and why.

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  • Con Diary: #LibraryConLive Was a Virtually Jam-Packed Event

    Con Diary: #LibraryConLive Was a Virtually Jam-Packed Event0

    When I first moved to my small town, I would have been shocked to find a comic book on the shelves of my local library. While the collection that exists now isn’t huge, or curated as efficiently as I’d like, the fact that there are graphic novels on those shelves is a big deal. There

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  • NYCC: Escape the World

    NYCC: Escape the World0

    On the Friday of New York Comic Con (NYCC), as I descended into the depths of the Javits Center in search of Artist Alley, I had one thing on my mind: how could I balance having fun at this con with my justified worry about American politics? With that in mind, I toured Level 1,

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  • Con Diary: Thought Bubble 2018

    Con Diary: Thought Bubble 20180

    I had a bad summer. A boy I used to know broke my heart (not in the way you think, but close enough) and June, July, and August became unbearable. I worked a little too hard and probably slept a little too hard—and in the midst of working and sleeping, I decided that I needed

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