Nigerians in Space

ephemera from Deji Olukotun, author of the novel from Unnamed Press
penamerican:

Gene Luen Yang and Jeff Smith Live on Mashable/Google+ Hangout 
Tune in TODAY at 5:30 EST for a live Hangout On Air with acclaimed graphic novelists Gene Luen Yang and Jeff Smith as part of #GivingTuesday.
Yang is the creator of the award winning American Born Chinese and the two volume epic Boxers and Saints. He has twice been a finalist for the National Book Award.
Jeff Smith is the author of the bestselling Bone series (Scholastic), and the science fiction epic RASL, about a time traveling art thief.
Yang will be joined in conversation by Smith, Executive Director of Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Charles Brownstein and PEN American Freedom to Write Fellow, Deji Olukotun (@dejiridoo).
Can’t watch it live? No problem. You can view the recording after the live event from PEN’s YouTube channel. 

penamerican:

Gene Luen Yang and Jeff Smith Live on Mashable/Google+ Hangout 

Tune in TODAY at 5:30 EST for a live Hangout On Air with acclaimed graphic novelists Gene Luen Yang and Jeff Smith as part of #GivingTuesday.

Yang is the creator of the award winning American Born Chinese and the two volume epic Boxers and Saints. He has twice been a finalist for the National Book Award.

Jeff Smith is the author of the bestselling Bone series (Scholastic), and the science fiction epic RASL, about a time traveling art thief.

Yang will be joined in conversation by Smith, Executive Director of Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Charles Brownstein and PEN American Freedom to Write Fellow, Deji Olukotun (@dejiridoo).

Can’t watch it live? No problem. You can view the recording after the live event from PEN’s YouTube channel. 

penamerican:

PEN American Center presents a live Mashable/Google+ Hangout with acclaimed Chinese-American graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang - the creator of American Born Chinese, a finalist for the National Book Award; the 500-page, two volume epic Boxers and Saints; and 2013’s Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Search. 
Yang will be joined in conversation by author and PEN American Freedom to Write Fellow, Deji Olukotun (@dejiridoo), and the event will be moderated by Julie Buntin (@juliebuntin), Director of Programs & Strategic Outreach at the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP).
Join the conversation on Tuesday, December 3rd, at 11AM EST on this event page or on the PEN American Center website
Can’t watch it live? No problem. You can view the recording after the live event from our YouTube channel or on this event page. 

penamerican:

PEN American Center presents a live Mashable/Google+ Hangout with acclaimed Chinese-American graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang - the creator of American Born Chinese, a finalist for the National Book Award; the 500-page, two volume epic Boxers and Saints; and 2013’s Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Search. 

Yang will be joined in conversation by author and PEN American Freedom to Write Fellow, Deji Olukotun (@dejiridoo), and the event will be moderated by Julie Buntin (@juliebuntin), Director of Programs & Strategic Outreach at the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP).

Join the conversation on Tuesday, December 3rd, at 11AM EST on this event page or on the PEN American Center website

Can’t watch it live? No problem. You can view the recording after the live event from our YouTube channel or on this event page. 

sogkd:

NYC Comic Con had it all and then some! Perhaps a little overwhelming – geeky, nerdy, cool, funny, bizarre – Comic Con offered something for everyone. Whether it was video games, classic shows, cartoons, artists, celebrities, alternative art or mainstream productions, the event had an incredible array of offerings. It was enough to make you smile.

Thanks for the fun, Comic Con!

Shared a great day at Comic Con with my brother Laate, a designer. I’m in the photo at the top.

johnmartz:

For the third consecutive year I designed the poster for the National Cartoonist Society Foundation’s Jay Kennedy Scholarship for Cartooning.
The deadline is fast approaching — applications must be postmarked by December 15th, 2012. Any North American student who will be in their junior or senior year of college or university during the 2013-2014 academic year is eligible. You do not have to be an art major. More information at www.cartoonistfoundation.org

johnmartz:

For the third consecutive year I designed the poster for the National Cartoonist Society Foundation’s Jay Kennedy Scholarship for Cartooning.

The deadline is fast approaching — applications must be postmarked by December 15th, 2012. Any North American student who will be in their junior or senior year of college or university during the 2013-2014 academic year is eligible. You do not have to be an art major. More information at www.cartoonistfoundation.org