SPX continues to ramp up bulletins for its September 2023 version – and listed below are the worldwide particular visitors. Potential attendees can now count on to see Ana Penyas (Spain), Paul Gravette (UNITED KINGDOM), Jillian And Mariko Tamaki (Canada), Reinhard Kleist (Germany), and Michael Cherkas (Ukraine-Canada) at this 12 months’s present, which can happen on the weekend of September 9-10.
The breakdown of visitors:
- Graphic novel 2018 by Ana Penyas (Spain) Estamos todas bien [We’re All Just Fine] has simply been printed in English by Fantagraphics. This can be a graphic biography of Penya’s grandmothers who witnessed fascist Spain on the time and the turmoil of the late Nineteen Seventies and Eighties.
- Paul Gravett (UK) is – based on the PR – making his first look on the US Comics Competition at SPX 2023. An authority on all issues comics and holder of many cap feathers – he was a writer , pageant runner (co-founder of Comica ), curator and author. His newest e book is a monograph of Finnish designer Moomin Tove Janson for Thames & Hudson Illustrators collection.
- Jillian and Mariko Tamaki (Canada) – critically acclaimed and award-winning comics collaborators. This September will see the discharge of their extremely anticipated third collaboration after Browse And This summer season with a wierd romance Roaming by Drawn & Quarterly
- Reinhard Kleist (Germany) has made a reputation for himself producing exceptional graphic biographies of personalities resembling musicians Johnny Money, Nick Cave; political chief Fidel Castro; sportsmen Harry Haft, Emile Griffith and Samia Yusuf Omar. He has now turned to depicting the life and profession of David Bowie – particularly the rise and fall of his Ziggy Stardust character in a multi-part graphic novel, the primary episode of which was simply launched in English from SelfMadeHero.
- Michael Cherkas (Ukraine-Canada) is the co-author and artist of The Silent Invasion, The violet ray (with Larry Hancock), suburban nightmares (Larry Hancock and John van Bruggen), and The brand new frontier (with John Sabli’c). pink harvest – to be launched later this 12 months – is his first full-length graphic novel as a sole creator, telling a fictional story based mostly on actual occasions and tales regarding the Soviet Union-induced Ukrainian famine within the winter of 1932-33 and the deep scars she left on reminiscence.
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