Just completed the 26 page story East of Aleppo: Bread, Bombs and Video Clips. It’s been a bit of a battle, not just because the possibly true story has been harvested from a number … Continue reading
Two of ten toons recently produced for Irish development agency 80:20 and published in their excellent Development in an Unequal World, co-sponsored by New Internationalist.
Don’t forget, the BRICKzit series is free and delivered once a week (at most) to your Inbox to provide you with a wry smile while civilisation as you thought you knew it crumbles around your ears. Hit the email button … Continue reading
In February 2017, look out for an all-women’s session, with the great Nicola Streeten (‘Billy, Me and You’), Steff Humm (Ink-Mag) and our own Carol Adlam (artist in residence at Djanogly).
An in-between-our-bi-monthly-meetings meeting for anybody interested in the pitfalls and traumas of adapting pros literature into comics literature, and we are up at the University of Nottingham, School of English, playing away for this one. It’s their gig but they … Continue reading
Another promising evening in store! Ian Culbard, originally thought to be available for this session but isn’t, despite a flier suggesting so, will be available at some future date, have no fear. And we are already plugging in folk for … Continue reading
Although not the first outing for my talk on The Curious Case of Leonardo’s Bicycle, the one recently presented at Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery to accompany the city’s exhibition of Ten Leonardo Drawings from the Royal Collection was by … Continue reading