Hosted by Stephanie Cooke, the panel included Tory Woollcott and Adam Gorham. Stephanie is a Toronto based writer and editor. Tory is an author, illustrator and educator based in Toronto. Adam is a comic artist based on Mississauga.
During the event, the panelists talked about their creative process and their behind-the-scenes stories as comic book professionals.
You can discover more about Stephanie on Twitter at @HelloCookie and online at StephanieCooke.ca
You can discover more about Tory on Twitter at @ToryTalking and online at torywoollcott.com
You can discover more about Adam on Twitter at @AdamTGorham and online at adamgorham.bigcartel.com
Here’s some of the current news about Canadian comic book creators and supporters.
The Toronto Star wrote about Canada Comics Open Library, a new permanent space that celebrates sequential art. The group behind the effort has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise $85,000 for the first year. You can read more on TheStar.com
Hope Nicholson, publisher of Bedside Press, published an article about creating a graphic novel budget for Kickstarter. Hope detailed the most important things when planning a budget for a project while helping create a sample project for a small book. You can read more at BedsidePress.com
And here’s what’s on the calendar for this week:
Agnes Garbowska will be at Tokyo Comic Con in Tokyo, Japan – Nov 30-Dec 1
The Victoria Comic Book expo takes place December 2 at the Victoria Comfort Inn & Conference Centre. More details at victoriacomicbookexpo.ca
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