Mastering the Graphic Novel - Pushing the Boundaries, From Pitch to Publication (Short course)
Wed 2 Jul 2014, 18.30-20.30
PACCAR Gallery, British Library
£40 / £35 concessions
Whichever genre you choose to work in, discover how to push the limits of form to enhance the impact of your narrative. Learn how to create a professional script, approach publishers and target the right audience.
This is an intermediate to advance workshop aimed at those who already have a portfolio of work or a graphic novel in development. Includes exclusive after-hours entry to the Comics Unmasked exhibition.
You can supplement this course with Mastering the Graphic Novel - Playing with Fire: Sex, subversion and the Self. Find out more
About the course leaders:
Ariel Kahn is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at Roehampton University, where he teaches courses in writing for comics and graphic novels.
Emma Hayley is Managing Director & Publisher of SelfMadeHero which she launched in 2007, after spotting a gap in the market for high-quality graphic novels. She was named UK Young Publishing Entrepreneur of the Year, as part of the British Book Industry Awards 2008. Her aim is to create a publishing house relevant in the 21st century, developing new inspirational concepts and publishing across multi-platforms.