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BETWEEN THE PANELS 3



How do you make a graphic short story? How do you develop it into a graphic novel?

To coincide with the second Observer/Jonathan Cape/Comica Graphic Short Story Competition, go behind the scenes to discover the methods of rising graphic novelists Hannah Berry (Britten & Brülightly), Paul Duffield (Freak Angels), Oliver East (Trains are… Mint) and Marcia Williams (My War Diary). The discussion concludes with the announcement of this year’s winners by members of the jury including The Observer’s Rachel Cooke and Jonathan Cape’s Dan Franklin. Followed by book signings.

Supported by The Observer, Jonathan Cape, Blank Slate Books & Walker Books

All three of today’s talks - £15, £12 concs, £9 members

Tickets: £6, £5 concs, £4 members
Where: Nash Room, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Sunday, November 16, 2008 - 4pm to 5.30pm

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"A Comica event - but at the V&A?!"
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"Comica normally comes up with some great talks and panels, but this was particularly memorable..."
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Mike Leader

"Every time I go to these events I come back inspired to do more work."
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"...a comprehensive, varied and exciting season that demonstrated the reach and diversity of the art form."
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"...a very special conversation between two incredible artists."
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