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Seattle Indie Press Holiday Book Bazaar
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Peter Baggeevents 8 Dec 2014 3:42 PM

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Saturday, December 13th

Seattle, WA - Seattle.Loves.Books. We love books so much that we have convened a special committee called the Seattle City of Literature that is working towards our current bid to be deemed a UNESCO City of Literature, where we will all recieve crowns and dominion over libraries. But until that day, you can reign over your local bookstore and help us celebrate all the amazing independent publishers that call Seattle home by stoping by the University Bookstore for the first ever Holiday Book Bazaar.

Fantagraphics will be joined by Copper Canyon Press, Chin Music Press, Wave Books, The Mountaineers Books, and The University of Washington Press, and we're all getting full-on holiday spirit this Saturday in the U-District. In addition to publisher specific tables set up throughout the store being wo/manned to give you personalized gift recommendations, there is the following: sweet treats, delicious drinks, gorgeous gift wraping, and righteous raffles. Seattle City of Literature sponsors will also be on hand to discuss and answer questions about why being a city of gormandizing readers is good for everyone.

And we're bringing our own special guest, Peter Bagge! He'll be signing books are giving a visual reading from Buddy Buys a Dump at 1:30 pm

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No last minute gifts here; get the best funny pages for your favorite reader this Saturday from 1:00 - 4:00 pm at the University Bookstore. It's FREEStranger Suggested, and snacks.

 

Be Early for The Late Child at KGB Bar in NYC
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Marguerite Van CookJames Rombergerevents 26 Nov 2014 12:48 PM

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Sunday, November 30th

New York, NY - The KGB Bar & Lit Journal of NYC is an institution, just ask any literary arts lover or writer. Serving the community by hosting free readings almost every night of the week, showcasing the talents of poets, fiction authors, non-fiction authors, and on very very very special occassion, graphic novelists. For this year's Annual Thanksgiving Comix and Graphic Novelist Night KGB is welcoming two other NYC institutions, Marguerite Van Cook and James Romberger, creators of their new book, The Late Child and Other Animals

Piecing together the narrative of her life, and that of her mother's in The Late Child, Marguerite Van Cook writes a generational biography that reflects the past, present and future in every story; this book is definitely required reading. Van Cook and Romberger will be joined at KGB by a handful of other artists including Karen Katz, Jon Allen, and Seattle native Laura Knetzger. Gives thanks this Sunday to the almighty Comix Spirit, that we may continue to be blessed with books such as these, that can be enjoyed at places like KGB.

FREE, from 7 pm - 9 pm. 

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Turkey Week in Fanta Events 11/26-11/30
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Marguerite Van CookJames RombergerFantagraphics Bookstoreevents 24 Nov 2014 4:03 PM

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Wednesday, November 26th

New York - The official release of the brand new graphic novel from Marguerite Van Cook and James RombergerThe Late Child and Other Animals, kicks off at Jim Hanley's Universe (or JHU) with a signing from 6-8 pm. Amidst all the other new comic releases this Wednesday, Late Child sticks out as a gorgeously illustrated tale of generational struggles and growth. The poetric lyricism of Van Cook and Romberger is swift and harrowing, told through a collage of memories and intimate moments that are often uplifting despite the difficult endeavours. So catch this and probably an X-Men book this Wednesday! (More Details)

sub pop

Saturday, November 29th

Seattle, WA - If you were born in Washington, or have ever landed at SeaTac airport, chances are you're familiar with the music of Sub Pop Records. But before the iconic label, there was Sub Pop USA, a fanzine of underground sound, and proponents of bands that would soon be national icons (Nirvana, Mudhoney, Sonic Youth, just to name a few), and featured cover by artists like Charles Burns and Lynda Barry. Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery will be hosting the release of Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980-88, published by Bazillion Points. We will also be joined by Calvin Johnson, founder of K Records in Olympia and main man of Beat Happenings, who will be dropping some of those beats live in store. Event begins at 6 pm! (More Details)

 the collective

Sunday, November 30th

Seattle, WA - Hopefully you're still satiated from Tofurkey, and have let the black friday dust settle before venturing out of the house. And hopefully your first stop will be to Melrose Market Studios where you'll join us and dozens of other local crafters, designers and businesses in a celebration of buying small and local! The Seattle Collective Holiday Bazaar presents hand crafted and wholly loved items, which truly make the best presents for yourself (and I guess your loved ones) during the holidays. Stop by between 11 am - 6 pm where we'll have a gathering of new titles and well beloved ones to keep you company during these dark and rainy months. If that doesn't sound like a deal, there's also liquor. 'Nuff said? (More Details)

This Week in Fanta Events 11/12-11/16
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Simon HanselmannShort RunPat ThomasJosh SimmonsFantagraphics BookstoreeventsEd PiskorDrew Friedmanart showsart 12 Nov 2014 2:39 PM

scarecrow

Wednesday, November 12th

Seattle, WA - We're teaming up with our favorite video store non-profit, Scarecrow, to present the deeply influential film, Wild Style. Released in 1983, Wild Style captured the sounds, sights, and moves, of New York hip hop during it's earliest and formative years. It also features rare footage of cats like Grandmaster Flash and Fab 5 Freddy. This special presentation tonight is also featuring the one and only Ed Piskor. He'll be presenting the film in grand fashion, and then signing copies of Hip Hop Family Tree, which will be on hand to purchase. Screening begins at 7 pm. (More Details)

marathon II

Friday, November 14th

Seattle, WA - Kick off a weekend of festivities at the Fantagraphics Bookstore for the Marathon II art show, presented by Short Run, the premiere Comix and Art Festival here in Seattle. We're bringing in a slew of artists to sign, mingle and have fun. Come join Tom Neely, Josh SimmonsEd Piskor, John Porcellino, MariNaomi, Simon Hanselmann and Pam Wishbow. The art show will be hanging at the bookstore until December 10th, but we'll only be hanging for one night, so don't miss this FREE event! All the fun starts at 8 pm, or whenever I get there. (More Details

Los Angeles - Book Soup sounds not only delicious, but enlightening. And at Book Soup, Drew Friedman will be dicussing his latest museum quality work, Heroes of the Comics, with  artist William Stout, following with a signing. The full-color, oversized, 80-page book is a force of retrospective nature, capturing candid feeling moments of some of the greatest comic heroes in history. Peep a preview of the book on its page, and then check out the real deal in person. Book Soup discussion begins at 7 PM. (More Details)

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Saturday, November 15th

Seattle, WA - The love and joy of comics can be felt none deeper than at Short Run Comix and Art Festival, held at the beautiful Washington Hall. A veritable menagerie of artists, fans, and volunteers will be gathering today from 11 am - 6 pm to look, buy and chat about the wares and talent that make them. There's also a famous bake sale to keep you sustained throughout the day! Come back a few hours later and see Washington Hall transformed into a beach party, ready to warm you up with the sounds of La Luz and The Shivas. Don't miss the good times to be had at the Fantagraphics booth with artists and advanced copies making appearances! (More Details)

San Francisco, CA - Pat Thomas, author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and sounds of Black Power 1965-1975 will present a multi-media presentaion at the Howard Zinn Book Fair in San Francisco. The event takes place at Mission High School, from Noon - 1:30 pm. Pat will be sharing the stage with Rickey Winvent, author of Party Music: The Inside Story of the Black Panthers Band. This FREE even takes place amongst a whole day of activist authors sharing their works and ideas with the public. Don't miss it! 

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Sunday, November 16th

Portland, OR - Making his way down the coast, Ed Piskor is making a stop at Bridge City Comics in Portland at 6 pm. New York Times Bestselling graphic novel, Hip Hop Family Tree draws the stellar connections between hip hop and comic, and tells a story about how one of the greatest art forms was born, while using the other greatest art form. Long story short, this book is a genre match made in heaven. Get your copy signed by Ed this Sunday! (More Details

Athens, GA: Drew Weing at Avid Bookstore
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under eventsDrew Weing 7 Nov 2014 3:20 PM

set to sea

Friday, November 11th

Athens, GA - We are THRILLED to reprint the award winning graphic novel, Set to Sea, in gorgeous softcover released this month. We would be even more thrilled if you could join us and Drew Weing at Avid Bookshop for the launch party of a book that's on it's way to becoming a classic.

Set to Sea plays out in several veins, part seafaring adventure, part homage to the poetry of written word, human strength, and nature. Readers of all ages will find something that pulls them in, and leaves them inspired to find satisfaction in life amongst adversity.

 This free event kicks off at 6:30 pm.

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493 Prince Ave. - (706) 352-2060

This Week in Fanta Events 11/7-11/10
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Tim LaneSimon HanselmannPeter BaggePat ThomasOlivier SchrauwenMegan KelsoLane MilburnJacques TardieventsEleanor DavisEd PiskorDrew WeingDash ShawCharles BurnsCarol Swain 6 Nov 2014 2:44 PM

comica fest

Friday, November 7th

London - Throughout the year the non-profit arts group, Comica puts on various events around London, focusing on and showcasing the works of comic greats, while promoting new works. At this year's International Comics Fest, Fanta artists Jaques Tardi and Carol Swain will be participating in featured events. This night from 7-8:30 pm, Carol Swain will be in conversation with others under the banner, "What makes a cult comic?". Find out the answer to this question, and maybe more! when you tune into the the Comica Comics Festival. (More Details)

cab 2014

Saturday, November 8th 

Brooklyn, NY - First it changed its name, and now it's split into two days. But one that thing that hasn't changed is the spectacular line up of artists for Comic Arts Brooklyn 2014! Presented by Desert Island, join us for the first day of the festival at Our Lady of Mount Caramel to peep all our hot new releases, like the ZAP Collection, and get your probably smaller books signed by talents like Lane MilburnOlivier SchrauwenDash Shaw, and Tim Lane (who designed that seriously amazing show poster). The show floor will be open from 11 am - 7 pm and it's FREE. (More Details)

Atlanta, GA - Find out if the pirate life is for you when you jump on board this spectacular joint signing with Drew Weing and Eleanor Davis at Criminal Records. We're celebrating the re-release of Drew's book, Set to Sea, in beautiful softcover. There will also be copies of the New York Times BestsellerHow to Be Happy, by Eleanor Davis on hand and ready for signing. Drew will also be presenting on themes shared in his book about poetry, living under the stars, and the water that holds us all together. This event begins at 3 pm. (More Details)

Tacoma, WA - Get set to jet set to Tacoma for their annual Jet City Comic Show! Special guests Peter Bagge, Ed Piskor and Megan Kelso will be joining us at the Fantagraphics booth to gab and sign their respective books like Buddy Buys a DumpHip Hop Family Tree, and Artichoke Tales. This one day show runs from 10 am - 5 pm, tickets available at the door. (More Details

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Sunday, November 9th

Vancouver B.C. - Head to the beautiful Heritage Hall this Sunday for the last Vancouver comic show of the year. Ed Piskor and Simon Hanselmann make their way up North to join fellow writers and artists Joe Keatinge, Leila del Duca, and Ed Brisson. Celebrate comics and support Vancouver Schools by donating gently used, age-appropriate books at the venue. You'll get free admission, and feel like less of a scumbag! Everyone wins! Come on down from 11 am - 5 pm. (More Details)

 Brooklyn, NY - The second day of CAB dawns this Sunday with it's programming day. All programs take place at the Wythe Hotel from 11 am - 6 pm. There's great stuff all day, and we recommend checking out Charles Burns discussing Black Hole at Noon, and at 1:30 Tim Lane joins Jim Rugg and Ben Marra to talk about neo noir in comics. All programs are FREE, but you'll want to pick up tickets in advance, or you might not get in. (More Details)

pat gwu

Monday, November 10th

Washington D.C. - Pat Thomas will be appearing at George Washington University to present a multi-media, multi-sensory presentation that combines music, images, and spoken word recordings to present a bizarre and engaging connection between the Partridge Family and the Black Panther Party; Timothy Leary and Eldridge Cleaver; Amiri Baraka and Motown; and Bob Dylan and George Jackson. Free and open to the public, events kicks off at 6:30. (More Details)

London - Back at the Comica Festival, we'll join Jaques Tardi and Pat Mills, author of Charley's War, to discuss the horrors of war that Tardi has illustrated all too poignantly in his books Goddamn this War!, and It Was a War of the Trenches. This ticketed event will begin at 7:00 pm, and should not be missed. (More Details)

Ed Piskor and Simon Hanselmann at Vancouver Comicon
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Simon HanselmanneventsEd Piskor 5 Nov 2014 2:40 PM

vcc poster

Sunday, November 9th

Vancouver, BC - Put down your gravy covered hockey sticks and join us at the final Vancouver Comicon of the year! You pay only a pittance to get in ($4), or nothing if you donate school appropriate comic books at the door, and you get to bask in the glow of amazing artists like New York Times Bestselling authors, Simon Hanselmann and Ed Piskor! They're bringing the noise to the West Coast, and bringing their hit books Megahex, and Hip Hop Family Tree with them. 

Joining these fine fellows are the Portland team, Joe Keatinge and Leila del Luca, and 'Couv locals Ed Brisson and Steve Rolston. 

For over a decade, the Vancouver Comicon has been putting on a series of six one-day shows spread throughout the year, and this is your last chance to get some comic book action before the holiday tummy aches set in, and you need all those comics to keep you company as you spend time with your family. (I'm aware that Canadian Thanksgiving already happened, but you never know when a tummy ache will strike).

Enjoy a fall day finding your new best friend-book this Sunday from 11 am - 5 pm at the lovely Heritage Hall; I'm thinking about booking my wedding there now because it's so dang pretty. 

 

 

Ed Piskor presents Wild Style at Scarecrow Video
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under eventsEd Piskor 3 Nov 2014 1:43 PM

piskor wild style

Wednesday, November 12th

Seattle, WA - In conjuction with our favorite video store non-profit, Scarecrow Video, Fantagraphics is pleased to host an in-store screening of the film, Wild Style, with an intro and signing to follow with Hip Hop Family Tree cartoonist, Ed Piskor

Wild Style was first released in 1983 and featured the hottest graffiti artists of the day. Not only that, it captured a perfect snapshot of Hip-Hop culture of New York City in the early '80s. Breakdancing, freestyle, scratching by Grandmaster Flash, and of course some of the most classic and notorious graffiti artists and their work.

And in the 2000's, Ed Piskor has been able to illustrate these moments and more in his New York Times Graphic Bestseller series, Hip Hop Family Tree. Engaging, funny, historical speak to HHFT and Wild Style, making their pairing at Scarecrow Video all the more perfect. 

Put down the can of spray paint for a few hours, and join us for a night of art, friends, and a little boom bap. Screening begins at 7 PM!

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Scarecrow Video: 5030 Roosevelt Way NE

Pat Thomas at George Washington University
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Pat Thomasevents 2 Nov 2014 12:09 PM

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Tuesday, November 10th

Washington D.C. - The Multicultural Student Services Center at George Washington University is hosting acclaimed journalist, music producer, and author, Pat Thomas. His premier book, Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975, is an interdiciplinary and multi-sensory look at the music, and sociopolitical atmosphere of the times that helped influence the creation of the Black Power movement. 

To compliment this inspiring book, Pat Thomas is presenting a multi-media presentation that combines music, images, and spoken word recordings to present a bizarre and engaging connection between the Partridge Family and the Black Panther Party; Timothy Leary and Eldridge Cleaver; Amiri Baraka and Mowtown; and Bob Dyland and George Jackson. 

Free and open to the public, this presentation takes place from 6:30-8:00 PM in the Multicultural Student Services Center on campus, room 209.

 

This Week in Fantagraphics Events 10/29-11/2
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Tim LanePat ThomasJacques Boyreaueventsart 29 Oct 2014 12:09 PM

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Wednesday, October 29th

the crow
 
Friday, October 31st
  • Seattle, WA: The spirit of Brandon Lee, our son of the sound, has flown home to the Northwest Film Forum this week as they present 3 nights of the best comic book film adaptation, The Crow. Presented in conjuction with the release SUPERTRASH by Jacques Boyreau, he will be presenting a special video introduction of The Crow, as well as a preview of SUPERTRASH. This is the film's 20th Anniversary, so you must go to the NWFF if you want to see Eric Draven live! (More Details)
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Saturday, November 1st
  • St. Louis, MO: Meet the man behind the American mythological drama. Artist and thinker, Tim Lane, will be giving a presentation worthy of the history in his hometown. Lane's new sweeping drama, The Lonesome Go takes you across a vast landscape with dynamic characters and settings. To illustrate this further, Lane is inviting musicans and singers  to record themselves and weave their personal sound into a tapestry of life. Event kicks off at 7 PM. (More Details)  
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Sunday, November 2nd

 

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