|2019_CA_SD_Library_Raina_190716||14||CA -- San Diego -- Public Library -- Raina Telgemeier Appearance|
Bestselling Graphic Novelist Raina Telgemeier
Raina Telgemeier, the author and illustrator of several New York Times bestsellers, including Smile, Drama, Sisters, and Ghosts is making an exclusive free and public appearance before Comic-Con at your San Diego Public Library in the Neil Morgan...
|2014_MD_GBF_Space_140517||37||Gaithersburg Book Festival (2014) -- Panel -- Imagining Space in Graphic Novels w/Dave Roman and Ben Hatke|
Dave Roman is the author of several graphic novels including "Astronaut Academy: Re-entry" (First Second) and "Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity," as well as "Teen Boat!" and "Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery." He has contributed stories to "Explorer: The Mystery Boxes" and "Nursery Rhyme Comics," and...
|2014_MD_GBF_Telgemeier_140517||25||Gaithersburg Book Festival (2014) -- Raina Telgemeier and Dave Roman|
Raina Telgemeier grew up in San Francisco and moved to New York City, where she earned an illustration degree at the School of Visual Arts. Her most recent graphic novel, "DRAMA" (GRAPHIX) was published to rave reviews and quickly became a New York Times Best Seller. "SMILE," her critically acclaimed...
|2014_DC_NBF_Literacy_140830||93||Natl Book Festival 2014 -- Literacy Awards Presentation|
Library of Congress Literacy Awards Presentation:
Winners of the second annual Library of Congress Literacy Awards will be announced. Through the generosity of David M. Rubenstein, the Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program honors organizations that have made outstanding contributions to...
|2014_DC_NBF_Telgemeier_140830||51||Natl Book Festival 2014 -- Raina Telgemeier|
Raina Telgemeier is an author, illustrator and cartoonist. Her graphic novels “Smile” and “Drama” are both No. 1 New York Times best-sellers. “Smile,” Telgemeier’s autobiographical account of her childhood dental drama, is a Boston Globe-Horn Award Honor title and an Eisner award winner for Best...
|2016_DC_NBF_Telgemeier_160924||39||Natl Book Festival 2016 -- Raina Telgemeier|
Raina Telgemeier is an author, illustrator and cartoonist. Her graphic novels “Smile” and “Drama” are both No. 1 New York Times best-sellers. “Smile,” Telgemeier’s autobiographical account of her childhood dental drama, is a Boston Globe-Horn Award Honor title and an Eisner award...
|2019_DC_NBF_Telgemeier_190831||10||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Raina Telgemeier|
Raina Telgemeier discusses "Share Your Smile: Raina’s Guide to Telling Your Own Story" (Graphix/Scholastic).
|2015_CA_SDCCP07_150709||15||San Diego Comic-Con International (2015) -- Panel: Capturing Teen Angst in Comics|
Capturing Teen Angst in Comics:
These four cartoonists have written about a universal, dark side of adolescence: teen angst. Peter Bagge (Hate), Gilbert Hernandez (Bumperhead), Jillian Tamaki (Supermutant Magic Academy), and Raina Telgemeier (Drama) talk about how they channel teenage frustrations and...
|2015_CA_SDCCP04_150710||27||San Diego Comic-Con International (2015) -- Panel: GRAPHIX: The Beginning, Present, and Beyond|
GRAPHIX: The Beginning, Present, and Beyond:
Words are only half the story. Graphic novelists Jeff Smith (Bone), Raina Telgemeier (Smile), Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet) Doug TenNapel (Nnewts), Jenni and Matt Holm (Sunny Side Up), Craig Thompson (Space Dumplins), and Jimmy Gownley (Dumbest Idea Ever) join...
|2016_CA_SDCCP05_160724||36||San Diego Comic-Con International (2016) -- Panel: YA? Why Not? The Importance of Teen and Young Adult Comics|
YA? Why Not? The Importance of Teen and Young Adult Comics:
Once the fastest growing genres in literature, YA books have grown beyond babysitting and first loves. Now that graphic novels are making award-winning shortlists, comics aimed at middle-grade and young adult readers are growing in popularity....
|2014_MD_SPX_Other_140914||74||Small Press Expo (2014) -- Other (Sunday)|
Pictures of everything except the panels. Artists photographed (in sequence):
Warren Bernard, Dustin Harbin, Andrew Cohen, Kevin “KAL” Kallaugher, Steve Artley, Megan Lavey-Heaton, Mimi Pond, Raina Telgemeier, Dave Roman, Jules Feiffer, ???, Keith Knight, Roger Langridge, Isabelle Melancon, Steve...
|2019_MD_SPX_Other||260||Small Press Expo (2019) -- Other|
Pictures of everything except the panels.
Artists photographed on Saturday (in sequence):
Randy Tischler, Sheena Wolf, Sara Duke, R.M. Rhodes, Dustin Harbin, Karen Green, Michael Cavna, Mike Rhode, Eddie Campbell, Jamie Noguchi, David Crispino, Mike Riley, Jordan Clark, Keith Knight, Rick Banning,...
|2019_MD_SPX_Libraries_190914||3||Small Press Expo (2019) -- Panel: Libraries And Comics: Past, Present, And Future Trends|
Libraries And Comics: Past, Present, And Future Trends
Over the past twenty years, libraries and the comics industry at all levels have been working together to forge bonds that have benefited both. Comics and graphic novels have become a huge draw for libraries, who also use their resources for comics...
|2023_02_11E2_Fugazi||244||AFI -- "We Are Fugazi From Washington, DC" (w/Joe Gross and Jeff Krulik)|
"We Are Fugazi From Washington, DC"
Feb. 11 & 15: Intro and Q&A with program curators Joe Gross and Jeff Krulik
(tHISiSNOTaFUGAZIdOCUMENTARY.) To commemorate the 20 years that have passed since DC-based post-hardcore band Fugazi's last live appearance (November 4, 2002, at The Forum in London), AFI ... (Partially reviewed)
|2022_12_20C1_WW2_Prayer||174||DC -- World War II Memorial -- Event: Unveiling of FDR D-Day Prayer Plaque|
Unveiling Of FDR D-Day Prayer Plaque At Circle Of Remembrance At National World War Ii Memorial
On December 20 at 11:30 a.m., Sen. Rob Portman and other noted guests will convene at the Circle of Remembrance at the World War II Memorial for the unveiling of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt D-Day Prayer...
|2023_01_12A1_Soul_Opened||135||Takoma Park Community Center -- Event: One Day My Soul Just Opened Up -- Opening Reception|
One Day My Soul Just Opened Up
FREE ART OPENING RECEPTION
Four Black female artists will share their diverse range of artwork in a new exhibition at the Takoma Park Community Center. The featured artists include Debra Jean Ambush, Nikki Brooks, Joan M. E. Gaither, and Anike Robinson.
|2023_01_19B_Behaving_Boldly||113||Hirshhorn Museum -- Event: Behaving Boldly: Women Leading 21st-Century Museums (w/Melissa Chiu, Kaywin Feldman, Kim Sajet, Stephanie Stebich, and Sarah Thornton)|
Behaving Boldly: Women Leading 21st-Century Museums
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
The Washington Post commissioned a special art work by feminist artist group Guerilla Girls calling attention to the lack of women represented at art museums in the nation’s capital. Nearly 15 years later, thes...
|2023_01_23B2_Bomb||114||DC -- Cleveland Park Library -- Event: Steve Sheinkin & Nick Bertozzi ("Bomb Graphic Novel: The Race to Build - And Steal - The World's Most Dangerous Weapon")|
Steve Sheinkin & Nick Bertozzi -- Bomb Graphic Novel: The Race to Build - And Steal - The World's Most Dangerous Weapon -- In Partnership with DCPL at Cleveland Park Library
Politics and Prose is delighted to partner with DC Public Library to present Bomb Graphic Novel by Steve Sheinkin and Nick Ber... (Partially reviewed)