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Hosting a conference, workshop, or lecture on graphic novels in schools and/or libraries? Featuring a look at young adult graphic novels, Issue #24 of the BookShelf Magazine is a handy resource for librarians, educators, and more!
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Writer Donny Cates talks to Halloween ComicFest about Aftershock's Babyteeth and what it takes to tackle the Antichrist for the event.
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Rabbit Publishers has announced that David Paul Kirkpatrick, former Production President of Walt Disney and former President of Paramount Pictures, will coach the one hundred finalists in the publisher’s worldwide Good Mischief Contest.
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At twelve noon Central Time in Paxton, Illinois, eleven-year-old Caiden Riecks, Captain of this years’ Harry Moon’s Good Mischief Contest, announced the one hundred global finalists. Children representing global communities including USA, China, Canada, France, Scotland, England, Paraguay, Serbia, Bosnia and Australia go on to participate. See full list of finalists here!
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From New York Times best-selling author Brandon Sanderson comes Brandon Sanderson's White Sand Volume 1, the crucial unpublished part of Sanderson's sprawling Cosmere universe. Available November 2017, check out a preview here!
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Presented by The British Fantasy Society, The British Fantasy Awards are given annually in several categories for excellence in the fantasy genre, including Best Comic/Graphic Novel. This year, Image Comics' Monstress Volume 1 and Saga are among the nominees. Check out the full list here!
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Halloween ComicFest is excited to announce that the Netflix original series Stranger Things 2 will partner with Halloween ComicFest 2017 bringing participants in-store activations, branded merchandise and more.
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Announced at San Diego Comic-Con, The Walking Dead Season 8 revealed a premiere date of October 22, 2017.
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After a nomination pool of over 7,000 nominations, NPR has collected and narrowed down a final list of the top 100 comics and graphic novels for all ages and tastes from early readers to adults-only.
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Katie O'Neill is back with her latest young adult graphic novel The Tea Dragon Society from Oni Press. Check out our interview with O'Neill about her experience putting together another beautifully illustrated and poignantly written story about friendship, acceptance, and tradition. Available October 2017!
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Ashley Kronsberg
Pop Culture Classroom, the educational non-profit organization, announced its launch of a new graphic novel awards program for the publishing industry - the Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards.
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Don't get spooked! Providing a safe space for children and families on Halloween is an easy and fun way to invite your community into the library. Find out how to host a safe Halloween event at your library with the help of comics!
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Andy Morlock, Chairman for New Berlin Elementary School, parent, coach, and community activist, has launched a community wide reading program to help kids learn to read using the allure and influence of comics books called Superheroes of Literacy.
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Announcing the full list of comics for Halloween ComicFest 2017, with a lineup featuring thirty outstanding titles for fans!
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Nonfiction and memoirs dominate Publisher Weekly's roundup of upcoming graphic works, with stories covering various places and cultures - including Lighter Than My Shadow from Lion Forge, Royal City from Image Comics, and Faith and the Future Force from Valiant Entertainment.
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Home to the ever-expanding "X-Men" movie universe, 20th Century Fox and Los Angeles based comic publisher BOOM! Studios have partnered to create more on-screen adaptations of popular comic titles including Lumberjanes, The Empty Man, and more!
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Presented by Cullen Bunn, Danny Luckert, and Marie Enger, Regression is a tale of supernatural terror and intrigue unlike any horror comic you've ever experienced. Check out our interview here! Available November 2017.
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Vince Brusio
The Mavericks Graphic Novels list presented by the Texas Library Association is a recommended reading list developed by public and school librarians with the purpose of encouraging students in grades 6-12 to explore a variety of current books. The current 2017 list is officially live, naming several titles including Faith and Lucky Penny.
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