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Past EventsFeb. 21, 2018: The Secret Loves of Geeks Global Event
Dark Horse will release The Secret Loves of Geeks on Wednesday, February 14th, the follow up to last year’s hit anthology The Secret Loves of Geek Girls, edited by Hope Nicholson. The upcoming anthology features comic and prose stories from writers, cartoonists, and professional geeks of all gender identities and sexual orientations about their most intimate, heartbreaking, humorous, and inspiring tales of love, sex, and dating.
Dark Horse is celebrating the release of this book by hosting a simultaneous signing by The Secret Loves of Geeks contributors around the world on Wednesday, February 21st. Writers and comic creators from Finland, Scotland, and across USA and Canada will be appearing in local comic shops to sign copies of the books and chat with fans in this unprecedented mega-event.Oct. 11, 2017: Queen Street Book Launch
Author Emmanuelle Chateuneuf appears at Page & Panel on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 6:00 pm to sign QUEEN STREET!March 15, 2017: Pitiful Human-Lizard Vol. 2 Signing
Comic creator Jason Loo and colourist Meaghan Carter will be signing copies of Pitiful Human-Lizard Volume 2: Still Pretty Pathetic at Page & Panel: The TCAF Shop on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 6-8pm!Oct. 13, 2016: Rolling Blackouts Signing
Join cartoonist Sarah Glidden as she discusses her latest graphic nonfiction tour de force: Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq. In Rolling Blackouts, Glidden interweaves the experiences of displaced people, the legacy of the War in Iraq, and the origin of the ongoing refugee crisis. Observing and documenting the work of the two journalists she’s shadowing and the former Marine who’s accompanying and assisting them, Glidden’s reportage illustrates a complex situation with pastel-hued clarity and nuance.
Glidden is the author of How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less, which has been translated into five languages. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Nib, Ha’aretz, and The Jewish Quarterly, as well as the Best American Comics anthology.
Please note that this event is held in the Atrium of Toronto Reference Library and no tickets are required.
Biography: Sarah Glidden’s debut book, How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less landed on several best of the year lists, including Entertainment Weekly, earned a YALSA Great Graphic Novels for Teen distinction; and won an Ignatz Award. Her comics has appeared in The Guardian, The Nib, Ha’aretz, and The Jewish Quarterly. A graduate of Boston University, she now lives in Seattle.