Friday, June 29, 2018
PR: Small Press Expo Announces Rebecca Sugar Leading Our Third Group of Special Guests
City Paper reviews AU's Steadman exhibit
The American University Museum Looks Back At the Weird, Wild World of Ralph Steadman[in print as Spotified]
Tonight! Lucy Bellwood in DC
100 DEMON DIALOGUES, Lucy Bellwood
Mon - Sat 10a - 8p
Sun 11a - 6p
645 Pennsylvania Ave SE
Washington, DC 20003
Join East City Bookshop and Lucy Bellwood, author of 100 Demon Dialogues, for a book talk and signing.
Let us know you're coming on Facebook or at firstname.lastname@example.org
100 Demon Dialogues, a collection of comics, traces Bellwood's changing relationship with her Inner Critic over the course of 100 consecutive days. After connecting with thousands of readers online, she's taking the book on the road to hear your stories of living with imposter syndrome. If you've ever felt like you're a fake or a failure, this collection is guaranteed to make you feel less alone.
Lucy Bellwood is a professional Adventure Cartoonist based in Portland, OR. As an outspoken advocate for transparency in creative careers, Lucy has presented on subjects like following an independent path, the finances of freelancing, and working with imposter syndrome at events and institutions around the globe. Her latest collection takes a hilarious, humanizing look at what it's really like to persevere when our Inner Critics are trying to take the wheel. She is a member of Helioscope, the largest collective of freelance comics professionals in North America, where she spearheads the studio's Mentorship Program.
Rob Rogers' cartoons to be displayed near White House says Comic Riffs
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's spiked anti-Trump cartoons will get a D.C. museum exhibit
Washington Post Comic Riffs blog June 29 2018
Thursday, June 28, 2018
Doug Marlette recalled in Post editorial
A war is on [in print as A war of words - and so much more].
Washington Post June 27 2018, p. A27
June 28: Hobbes Holluck workshop in Va.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Wine Stasi"
By now, you've all heard the tale of Permit Patty, the San Francisco woman who called the cops on an 8 year-old girl for selling bottled water in front of her home; calling the cops on black kids doing normal kid stuff seems to be a big trend among the pasty these days. It's also interesting to note that Patty is also a Hillary Girl; it figures that she's a Demanding To Talk To The Manager kinda gal.
Talk about the banality of tyranny; the American Stasi has turned out to be a bunch of middle-aged white women with mobile phones.
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Cosplay in Arlington
Arts Focus: Arlington's CostumeLab Helps Superheroes Keep It Together
by ARLnow.com June 27, 2018
The Comics Journal interviews local cartoonist Shawn Martinbrough
"You Liked That? Really?": A Conversation with Shawn MartinbroughBY Alex Dueben Jun 27, 2018
New caricatures unveiled at Hay-Adams' Off the Record bar
By Judy Kurtz - 06/26/18
The Hay-Adams’ Off the Record Bar Debuts New Coaster Collection with Sarah Sanders, Robert Mueller and MoreJune 26, 2018
One new coaster is by KAL, and two are by Matt Wuerker.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
PR: SPX 2018 Announces More Special Guests
Check out who else is coming to SPX 2018