Guests

Publishing/Press

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Cloudscape

Cloudscape Comics Society

The Cloudscape Comics Society is a coalition of indie comic book artists centered in Metro Vancouver. Together, they foster a community where BC comic creators can network with each other while developing their craft and continuing to push the boundaries of the comic book medium. Cloudscape publishes a new curated anthology of Vancouver talent every year, which past titles including Giants of Main Street, Exploded View, the Gene Day Award-nominated 21 Journeys, and Waterlogged: Tales from the Seventh Sea. Their most recent anthology is the all-ages MEGA FAUNA.

Gurukitty Studios

Gurukitty Studios

Gurukitty Studios is the brainchild of twin sisters Jeri (Kitty) and Jayleen (Guru). Based in Vancouver, they began making comics in 1997, and have published three anthologies: Ghost Tales and Once Upon A Time, and Gateways to Beyond. Their personal projects include Hello, Albertosaurus,a graphic memoir of Alberta's Royal Tyrrell Museum, and the African-legend inspired The Gourd Wife.

Neoglyphic Media

Neoglyphic Media

Neoglyphic Media is a publisher of comics, art, and visual media located in Bellingham, WA. They are dedicated to publishing and promoting work from unique and visionary artistic innovators.

Northwest Press

Northwest Press

Northwest Press publishes comics featuring a wide range of LGBT characters, in drama, humor, nonfiction, erotica, and adventure. They believe comics are for everyone, and ought to include everyone! Their most recent books include The Legend of Bold Riley, A Waste of Time, Dash, and Fearful Hunter.

Sawdust Press

Sawdust Press

Founded in 2011 by Shing Yin Khor, Sawdust Press is a tiny little micro press that publishes comics with a preference for strong but meandering narratives and a passion for amplifying the creative work of women and PoC creators. Their first anthology, I Was a Teenage Gargoyle, was about early internet fandoms, and their current anthology project, Blood Root, focuses on moody, psychological horror/fantasy.