This celebration of small-batch comics takes place in Portland, Oregon (it’s not going anywhere)! Each day has a different set of exhibitors, so plan your entire weekend around it! If you can only pick one day, we recommend SUNDAY when THREE Radiator artists will be tabling:
Greg Means! (WoW!!)
Kevin Czap! (Say What?!)
Reid Psaltis (OMGZ x infinity!!)
Portland, Oregon’s awesomest comics fest! Linework NW is a unique two-day event, with a different line up of exhibitors on each day.
On Saturday you should visit Reid Psaltis‘ table (it’s like the ONLY comics fest he’s doing for the next 100 years).
On Sunday, don’t miss Marnie Galloway, Liz Prince or Greg Means!
Since a young age Reid Psaltis has been both fascinated by animal life and been compelled to draw. Naturally, these interests became correlated, and the natural world has consistently been the subject of his work. Whether for pay or for pleasure he is easily contented drawing anything furred, scaled or feathered. He is a native of the Pacific Northwest, and until recently called Portland, Oregon home. He currently lives in the Monterey Bay area, taking time off from comics to complete a course of study in natural science illustration. His comics and illustrations have been featured on Top Shelf 2.0, Study Group Comics, Trip City, Scout Books “Good Ink” Series and other independent publishers.
Greg Means runs the micro-press publisher, Tugboat Press, which under his watchful eye released seventeen issues of the best comics anthology ever created: Papercutter! Now Greg focuses his energies on an annual free comics anthology, Runner Runner, and the occasional beautiful comic book for sale.