Interview at Pulse

Jen Contino interviewed me over at Pulse about my work on Pigling: A Cinderella Story. This is from the Graphic Universe collection published by Lerner Books.

Pigling is a Korean version of the famous Cinderella tale. The story is not like the Disney version, although it does have magic, the fantasy part is based on the Korean Culture. Pear Blossom is a very happy young Korean Girl. But as the story goes, her mother dies and her father remarries. Her new stepmother and stepsister make Pear Blossom's life miserable. As part of their cruelty, they nickname her Pigling. Her life changes when she calls for help and magical creatures come to her rescue.

Check out the full story at Pulse.

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Sketchcrawl 2008

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Northanger Abbey Interview

Head on over to Austenpose and enter for a chance to win a free copy of Gothic Classics, Volume 14.
Austenprose interviewed both Trina and I for our work on Northanger Abbey.

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Wonder Woman Day III

My contribution to Wonder Woman Day.

Wonder Woman Day III is in Portland, OR and Flemington, NJ

Is An Outstanding Benefit For Domestic Violence Shelters & Crisis Line

All Ages Events Spotlight World's Most Famous Super-Heroine

And Features Sensational Art Show And Auction!!

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All-Girl, Graphic Novel Panel in SF Oct 8

Great line up of creators at the Oct 8: "KICK-ASS, ALL-GIRL, graphic novel panel"! I just wish I lived in San Francisco because this looks like a lot of fun!

Scan of sfexaminer sent to me by my friend, Steve Chung.

A bit more info:
If you're in the San Francisco area, please check this out!
All-Girl Graphic Novel Panel,” featuring the likes of Cecil Castelluci (“Janes in Love”), Shaenon Garrity (“Narbonic”), Devin Grayson (“Batman”), LeUyen Pham (“Prince of Persia”) and Trina Robbins (“Go Girl!”) at 7 p.m. on Wednesday at Books Inc.

When: 7 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Books Inc. Opera Plaza, 601 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco

Tickets: Free


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Excalibur Comics up for an Eisner!

My favorite comic book store, Excalibur Comics, has been nominated for an Eisner for a Best Retailer.
Excalibur hosts the Wonder Woman Day event as well as local creator's signings.

Me at a recent signing at Excalibur for Free Comic Book Day 2008.

Photo by Aaron Albert

If you're in the Portland area, please be sure and visit their store!

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The Team Sputnik has published some interviews of creators they have worked with over the years. This week they interviewed me.
Antonella and I worked together on The Dream for Graphic Classics: Special Edition that was published for Free Comic Book Day 2008.

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Book Signing FCBD

I will be signing Graphic Classics comics for Free Comic Book Day, Saturday. May 3rd at Excalibur Comics in Portland, OR.
If you're in the area, stop by and say hi.
Many shops are participating all over the country. Take the kids---get a free comic!

The Dream © 2008 Anne Timmons
Graphic Classics Special Edition Free Comic Book Day

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Stumptown Comics Festival

Fabulous weather for a graphic novel/comic book show! Stumptown Comics Festival continues tomorrow, Sunday April 27th at the Double Tree near Lloyd Center in beautiful Portland, Oregon!
I checked it out today and was delighted to see how many people came to the show. Great turnout! dave roman & raina telgemeier are special guests as well as a great line up of other folks... Jim Valentino, Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett, Ron Randall and Steve Leiber.
If you're in the area, hope you check it out!

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Check out the Free Comic Book Day website!

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Reviews for Graphic Classics Free Comic Book Day

Two more reviews for Graphic Classics : Special Edition

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Graphic Classics Special Edition for Free Comic Book Day

Graphic Classics: Special Edition presents five tales by favorite authors from the “Graphic Classics” series. Included are Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat,” adapted by Rod Lott and Gerry Alanguilan; Arthur Conan Doyle’s eerie mystery “John Barrington Cowles,” adapted by Alex Burrows and Simon Gane; and fantasy master Lord Dunsany’s “A Narrow Escape,” adapted by Milton Knight. Plus a one-page fable by Ambrose Bierce, illustrated by Mark Dancey, and “Frankenstein” author Mary Shelley’s medieval romance, “The Dream,” adapted by Antonella Caputo and Anne Timmons. With a dramatic front cover illustration by Gerry Alanguilan and a back cover by Anne Timmons.

Free Comic Book Day
is May 3rd 2008

The Dream ©2008 by Anne Timmons

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