How To Write Like I Do with David Lasky and Greg Stump
Graphic novels combine writing and images to tell stories in ways unlike any other medium. In a single evening, two graphic novelists will share many of their secrets and strategies to help you take the first steps toward a graphic novel (or shorter work) of your own. Prior drawing experience is not necessary.
ABOUT DAVID: David Lasky was named Cartoonists Northwest's "Cartoonist of the Year" for 2009. His 20-year career includes the series "Boom Boom" and "Urban Hipster" (with Greg Stump), as well as a minicomic adaptation of Joyce's "Ulysses". He is currently working on his first graphic novel (with writer Frank Young): "Don't Forget This Song," the story of country music's Carter Family.
ABOUT GREG: Greg Stump's comics and illustrations have been appearing regularly in the weekly Seattle paper The Stranger for a decade. He is the creator of the weekly strip "Dwarf Attack", the cocreator (with David Lasky) of the acclaimed comic book series "Urban Hipster", and a longtime contributing writer for The Comics Journal. He teaches for a wide range of schools and organizations in the Seattle area, including Seattle University, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central.
8414 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
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