As the world's biggest library event, the onsite Annual Conference & Exhibition brings together thousands of librarians and library staff, educators, authors, publishers, friends of libraries, trustees, special guests, and exhibitors. You'll find educational programming; important announcements and updates; relevant legislation and policies; and discussions that majorly impact libraries, their roles, and their ongoing transformation.
Join us for our June Book Launch! For this panel we welcome an amazing panel of graphic novel creators: Louie Stowell, who'll talk about her new book Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being GoodKat Fajardo, who'll talk about their new book Miss QuincesRosemary Mosco & Binglin Hu, who'll talk about their new book Expedition Backyard: Exploring Nature from Country […]
With so many different activities going on throughout the show, we wanted to make sure you enjoyed the weekend with ease. Comicpalooza is the largest annual, multi-genre, comic book, science fiction, anime, gaming, and pop-culture convention in the Southern United States and is held in Houston, Texas.
The Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards are considered the “Oscars” of the comics world. Comic-Con International (Comic-Con), the largest comic book and popular arts event of its kind in the world, has announced that submissions are being accepted for consideration by the judges for the 2022 Will Eisner Comics Industry Awards.
This presentation will explain how book packagers work within the children's publishing industry.
Stephanie Elliott is the Head of Editorial for the U.S. team of Working Partners, Limited, a London-based packager of children's books. She has previously worked as an editor at Delacorte Press, Alloy, and Tor/Forge books. She lives in Lincolnville, Maine, with her husband and daughter.
The Comic Market Committee is an organization administered toward maintaining and enhancing creative and doujinshi culture under the previously stated ideals. Comic Market is a "space" that functions to expand the possibilities of self expression, where the aim is to accept creators of doujinshi and all other types of creative endeavors and maintain continuity.
We love it when people submit events in the kidlit comics community.