Hey folks! I’m at SDCC. Come find me at the small press section, table m12! It’s in the back middle.
Also I’m on a bunch of panels! So come check them out
And here is the full details on my panels:
Friday, July 20 • 11:00a.m. – 12:00p.m., Room: 28DE
Publishers Weekly Presents: Crowdfunding Ethics and Evolution, Friday,
Crowdfunding has become an established method of publishing but as it has grown questions about how to use it have arisen. What’s the right thing to do when a Kickstarter goes wrong? What’s the next step in crowdfunding? What’s the future of Patreon and Drip? Calvin Reid, Kel McDonald (Sorcery101), Josh O’Neil (Beehive Press), attorney Jeff Trexler and Camilla Zhang (Kickstarter) will discuss legal and ethical issues in crowdfunding, and the latest trends.
Friday, July 20 • 3:30pm – 4:30pm Room 8
So You Want to Edit Comics? A Closer Look at the Industry’s Secret Warriors
Think you know everything about making a comic? You may know what writers and artist do, but do you know what it takes to edit comics? comiXologists Matt Kolowski and Kiersten Wing lead a panel of editors and creators including Will Dennis (Scalped), Hope Nicholson (Bedside Press), Megan Kearney(The Secret Loves of Geek Girls), Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash, Revival), Mike Norton (Revival), and Kel McDonald (Cautionary Fables & Fairytales) in this peek behind the curtain of comics creation.
Friday, July 20 • 7:00pm – 8:00pm Room 29AB
comiXology Originals: Comics for the YA Fan
The biggest news in comics is comiXology’s exclusive content program, comiXology Originals, but did you know they’re also offering an outstanding selection of comics perfect for young adult fiction readers? comiXologists Matt Kolowski and Kiersten Wingchat with the talented minds behind comiXology Originals’ YA offerings like Superfreaks,as well as other upcoming titles. Hear from Elsa Charretier (Superfreaks, Star Wars Adventures), Pierrick Colinet (Superfreaks, Star Wars Adventures), Margaux Saltel(Superfreaks), Tyler Crook (Harrow County), Kel McDonald (Cautionary Fables & Fairytales), M. K. Reed (The Castoffs, Palefire), and Tish Doolin (Modus Operandi) as they recount their creative journey and give tips on crafting comic stories aimed at the young adult fiction fan.