Your Guide to Graphic Novels 2019

August 1 - 4, 2019


Have an idea for a graphic novel or comic book? Join us to learn about the narrative style of this highly engaging genre. Writers and writer/illustrators welcome.

Through paneled format and fast-paced plots, graphic novels grab hold of readers from young to old. If you’ve considered creating a graphic novel, let us give you the tools needed to shape your idea into a working, full-length book.

Your Guide to Graphic Novels      Your Guide to Graphic Novels


Merrill Rainey

Special Guest Merrill Rainey is an award-winning illustrator, designer, author, and paper engineer. His most recent books include Color, Cut,…
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Lila Quintero Weaver

Lila Quintero Weaver is the author of a children’s novel, My Year in the Middle (Candlewick Press, 2018). Previously, she…
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Nidhi Chanani

Nidhi Chanani is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist and writer. She is the owner of Everyday Love Art. Her debut graphic…
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Colleen AF Venable

Special Guest Colleen AF Venable is an author, designer, and maker. Her books include the YA graphic novel Kiss Number…
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All-inclusive registration includes workshop tuition, lodging, meals, beverages, and snacks. Free shuttle service is available from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AVP) International Airport.

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workshop information

Begins with dinner on Thursday, August 1; ends on Sunday, August 4, with lunch.