Tag Archives: children’s

Lakes International Comic Art Festival

I am going to be at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, otherwise known as LICAF this weekend, where I have a table in the Comics Clock Tower. I’m on the first floor, and here’s a map: Check out my lovely neighbours who include the multitalented multimedia comics experimenter Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, and cute-but-thought-provoking manga […]

The Shivers is back this week in The Phoenix!

Daniel Hartwell and I have a NEW Shivers story out this week in awesome children’s comic The Phoenix. This one is extremely special as it’s our first two-part Shivers, meaning there will be twice as much fun and twice as many scares. Not to alarm anyone, but this Shivers story features everyone’s favourite terrifying creature […]

London Lives!

Phew! That was a mammoth month of kids’ comics. Now I’m recovered, here’s a blog post! After a month spent running around to 18 different libraries all across London and meeting hundreds of comics-loving children, I finally completed my run of workshops for CityRead London. So many crazy characters created (with at least one called […]

London Lives – Cityread London Comics Workshops

For children 8 – 12 years old. This April, join me for London Lives: Cityread Comics Workshops in libraries all around the capital. Create colourful characters, then see what happens when they meet other peoples’ in the streets, stations and stadiums of London. Cityread London is a campaign to spread a love of books and […]