Stories for Black and Brown Women thumbprintStories for Black and Brown Women thumbprintStories for Black and Brown Women thumbprintGreg Means

Stories for Black and Brown Women

This week we’re thrilled to add comics by writer Jamila Rowser to our catalog! We’re starting off with two titles – Wash Day (and its Spanish translated edition, Dia De Lavado), and Wobbledy 3000! Both comics are full of support and celebration of black women, each with their own unique senses of humor and challenges. We’re really happy to start distributing Jamila’s comics, and can’t wait to see what she publishes next!

Jamila and Radiator Comics will each be exhibiting at the Small Press Fair in Fort Lauderdale this Saturday, November 9th at Fat Village. SPF is free, and will feature tons of great local zinesters (plus a few out-of-towners), and tons of hands-on printing demonstrations. Check out their website http://www.spf-ftl.com

On the opposite corner of the contiguous United States, folks should visit Seattle’s Short Run festival, which is a great free comics festival! Ashley Robin Franklin, David Alvarado, Ezra Claytan Daniels, and Greg Means will all be exhibiting! All the details you need are at http://shortrun.org

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