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Day of Comics: Publish or Perish

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From zine to seen, it’s a long way to the shop for comics creators. Hear success stories (and tales of horror) about getting published, working with an agent and selling overseas.

This session is one of five Saturday events. Single session tickets can be booked via the link on the right or book a day pass for all five.

Featuring

Queenie Chan

Queenie Chan was born in 1980 in Hong Kong, and migrated to Australia when she was six years old. In 2004, she began drawing a 3-volume mystery-horror series called The Dreaming for LA-based manga publisher TOKYOPOP. To date, it has been translated into multiple languages. She has since collaborated... Read more

Nicki Greenberg

Nicki Greenberg is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. Her first books, The Digits series, were published when she was fifteen years old. They sold more than 380,000 copies in Australia and New Zealand. In 2008 Nicki’s innovative graphic adaptation of The Great Gatsby was selec... Read more

Oslo Davis

Oslo Davis is an illustrator, cartoonist and artist who has drawn for a number of organisations worldwide, including the New York Times, the Age, the Monthly, Meanjin, SBS and the Guardian. He has also been commissioned to draw for the National Gallery of Victoria, the Golden Plains music fest... Read more

George Dunford

George Dunford has been writing about graphic novels since 1994 when he wrote a history thesis about the censorship of comic books. He’s since created stories about comics for Australian Bookseller & Publisher, Meanjin and Radio National’s The Book Show. As a Melbourne-based freelance writer... Read more

Location

The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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