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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

D+Q at the Brooklyn Comics & Graphics Festival.

Is there a nicer way to end the year than by going to NYC, doing a *one-day* show where you make practically as much money as a two-day show and seeing all of your friends? NO! THERE IS NOT! Ladies and gents, I present to you....

Come visit Drawn & Quarterly this weekend in Williamsburg Brooklyn at the Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church with Adrian Tomine, Brian Ralph, Jillian Tamaki, R. Sikoryak, John Porcellino, Matt Forsythe and Gabrielle Bell in attendance!

Signing Schedule at D+Q Tables 20-22:

Brian Ralph 1:00-3:00

R. Sikoryak 2:00- 3:00

Jillian Tamaki 3:00 - 4:00

Adrian Tomine 3:00 -5:00

Brian Ralph 5:00-7:00

John Porcellino, Matt Forsythe & Gabrielle Bell are signing at other tables, too!

6:00 THE LANGUAGE IN COMICS

The recent embrace of graphic novels by the publishing industry has led to misguided attempts to evaluate comics according to the standards and conventions of literary fiction. The writing in comics occupies a more peculiar place, with its own constraints and opportunities. John Porcellino, Gabrielle Bell, and David Sandlin will discuss the particular demands of writing within a visually-driven form in this conversation moderated by novelist Myla Goldberg.

7:00 C.F. and BRIAN RALPH IN CONVERSATION

C.F. and Brian Ralph both emerged from the revolutionary art and comics scene that flourished in New England throughout the 1990s, radiating outward from the Fort Thunder artists’ space in Providence, RI and incorporating a network of friendships, influences, and collaborations. Both artists are now producing the strongest work of their careers, engaging fantasy and adventure as modes for personal expression. The two will discuss their work with moderator Tom Spurgeon.

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