Anthologies, Activism, And Visibility September 12, 2020 5:30 pm - 6:20 pm

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Hazel Newlevant
Diane Noomin
Sage Coffey

Anthologies can be a powerful source for a number of artists to raise their voices for a particular cause.  Moderator Dr. Rachel Miller will join Diane Noomin (editor of the Eisner Award-winning Drawing Power: Women’s Stories Of Sexual Violence, Harassment And Survival), Hazel Newlevant (editor of the Ignatz Award-winning Comics For Choice: Illustrated Abortion Stories, History, And Politics) and Sage Coffey (editor of the Ignatz Award-nominated  Sweaty Palms: The Anthology About Anxiety) to discuss how and why they came to organize their anthologies, the impact of their books, and what it means to talk about their ideas openly.

Buy Sweaty Palms here.

Buy Comics For Choice here.

Buy Drawing Power here.