PRISM Goes APE in San Francisco This Weekend Oct 13-14! Queer Press Grant To Be Announced!|
posted October 9th, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Prism Comics will appear this weekend at the Alternative Comics Expo (APE) in San Francisco, on Saturday, October 13 (11am-7pm) and Sunday, October 14 (11am-6pm). Along with tabling at the convention, Prism’s own Justin Hall (No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics) is once again moderating his Queer Cartoonists Panel.
Prism’s table is #801. Come by for the latest in queer comics and meet your favorite queer creators. Close by and spread throughout the convention are the following friends of Prism:
Jane’s World #800 (Paige Braddock)
Northwest Press #802, 803 (Charles “Zan” Christensen)
So Super Duper Comics #623 (Brian Andersen)
Justin Hall #835 (( Glamazonia)
Tony Breed #647A (Finn and Charlie Are Hitched)
Wuvable Oaf/ Goteblud Comics #628 (Ed Luce)
Here are the details on Justin’s panel:
Saturday, October 13th, 2:45pm
Queer Cartoonists Panel — LGBT comics, with a storied history of over four decades, have never been more vibrant. A true renaissance of queer stories is taking place, as they begin to take their rightful place in the comics world and fans increasingly demand more material that speaks to them and represents the genuine diversity in which we all live. It's all happening at the ninth annual APE Queer Cartoonists Panel, with talented, fabulous, and uppity panelists Tara Madison Avery (Dirtheads, Gooch), Tony Breed (Finn and Charlie Are Hitched), Dylan Edwards (Transposes), and Steve MacIsaac (Shirtlifter), with moderator Justin Hall. On top of all that, at the end of the panel the recipient of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant 2012 will be announced.
There will also be two panels featuring the Hernandez Brothers: The first is on Saturday at 5:45pm - Spotlight on the Hernandez Brothers: 30 Years of Love and Rockets - and the second is on Sunday at 2:30pm - "Gigantes" Walk Among Us!.
APE is held at The Concourse, 635 8th Street, San Francisco, CA. For more information, go here.
For more information on Prism Comics, go to prismcomics.org.
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