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    SPLAT Tomorrow!


    SPLAT, the first-ever graphic novel symposium from the New York Center of Independent Publishing is tomorrow — and I’m moderating a panel.

    How To Get Published: A Comics Publishing Primer
    • Bob Mecoy, Agent
    • CB Cebulski, Marvel Submissions Editor
    • Tricia Narwani, Del Ray Manga Editor
    • Kate Farrell, Henry Holt Editor
    • Moderated by Tim Leong, Editor of Comic Foundry

    Do you want to write a personal, gripping black-and white memoir? Do you want to write a great superhero script and submit it to your favorite DC editor? Do you just want to get your foot in the door of the industry, and figure it out from there? No matter what genre you work in, you will need to face the age-old problem of getting your work out to the reading public. This panel is here to help answer your questions! The comics industry often works quite differently than the book industry, so you’ll want to know the ins-and-outs up front.

    It’s a steep entry fee, but there are a lot of great industry professionals speaking and there’s sure to be great bits of information. And Scott McCloud is the keynote, so that should be enough right there. Check it.

    Posted by Tim Leong on March 14th, 2008 filed in Conventions, Blog |

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