This coming Saturday, March 17, I’ll be presenting my work as part of Fireside Follies’ Second Annual Comics/Illustration Benefit for Planned Parenthood of New York City.
Curated by Eric Nelson and Mike Lala, the event will feature comics being projected on and read from a large screen. The other artists are:
I’ll be presenting, for the first time in public, my comics journalism piece on Bahrain’s Pearl Revolution (“Bahrain: Lines in Ink, Lines in the Sand”). And I’ll be the only boy! And probably the only “cripple.”
Admission is FREE and open to the public. Donations (cash or check made out to Planned Parenthood of NYC) will be collected and are highly encouraged. Please join us for a great night of comics, drinking, and supporting an important organization.
Saturday, March 17, 7:30 pm. Brooklyn Fire Proof, 119 Ingraham Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Further details and images below…
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I have a subscription to the magazine MUSE. I just received my April issue, and there was an article in graphic novel form. The drawing style reminded me of the illustrations in A.D. New Orleans After the Deluge. I finished the article and saw it was an excerpt from The Influencing Machine, a book illustrated by you.
I just thought this was interesting, and cool your stuff was in a magazine that ten to fourteen-year-olds read.
Hey Anne, Thanks for letting me know you saw The Influencing Machine excerpt in MUSE. I thought that was a fun and cool place for it to be. And thanks for the shout-out to A.D.
Question: do you live in Austerlitz, New York? Because my in-laws have a house there! Funny coinkydink!