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Living Writers: Jeremy Love
March 3, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Humanities Lecture Hall, Room 206 | Free
Jeremy Love is an award-winning writer, illustrator, and animator. His critically acclaimed, Eisner Nominated, serialized graphic novel Bayou has been used as curriculum at various high schools and colleges including the University of South Carolina and Dartmouth college. It was also selected by the American Library Association as a Great Graphic Novel for teens. Other projects include Blackest Nightmare for DC Comics, Fierce and Shadow Rock for Dark Horse Comics as a writer and GI Joe, Fraggle Rockfor Archaia and Midnight Mover for Oni as an artist. Love is currently hard at work completing Bayou as well as a new Mini-Series from Dark Horse Comics, The Black Lotus.
Winter 2016 Living Writers Series:
Thursdays, 6:00-7:45 PM
Humanities Lecture Hall, 206
Creative Work & Critical Play features contemporary writers and artists who expose and explore the space between critical discourse and the creative imagination. Through the work of making art and the play in ideation, they mine issues of race, sexuality, gender, and class through several genres and media, to include poetry, fiction, critical prose, performance, sonic and visual art, memoir, as well as hybrid forms.
January 14: Alex Rivera
January 21: Vikram Chandra
January 28: Stephen Graham Jones & Christopher Rosales
February 4: Charles Yu
February 11: Branwen Okpako
February 18: Nnedi Okorafor
February 25: Chang-rae Lee
March 3: Jeremy Love
March 10: Samuel Delany