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Laydeez Do Comics

Monday 15th September 2014 6pm - 8:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

Since its launch by Nicola Streeten and Sarah Lightman in 2009, Laydeez Do Comics has been the UK's foremost women-led graphic novel forum. Its focus on domestic and autobiographical narratives and the drama of the everyday, and its social evenings provide a friendly and inspiring atmosphere for emerging artists and established practitioners to test new works and ideas. All are welcome: men and women; those with no knowledge of comics and those already immersed. Home-baked cakes are served too!

This month's speakers are:

Kate Evans: cartoonist and activist: publications include Bump, The Food of Love and Funny Weather (all Myriad Editions)
Kate's website
Kate on Twitter

Paddy Johnston: comics artist and scholar
Paddy's Tumblr
Paddy on Twitter

Matilda Tristram: illustrator and author of Probably Nothing: A Diary of Not-Your-Average Nine Months
Matilda's website
Matilda on Twitter


Tickets available here - Laydeez Do Comics is free but welcomes a £1 donation for home-made cake!


To find out more about Laydeez Do Comics and to hear podcasts and read the blogs of previous meetings, visit their website

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