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Winter additions to the comics library

It has been a busy winter and we haven’t done an update post in a while, but check out recent donations and acquisitions from December to February below! You can also visit our online catalogue for more details about individual comics. We are now at 1437 comics— with many more to be catalogued! And in a few months, community members will be able to check comics out to take home 🙂

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The Ins and Outs of Webcomics!

This will be an hour long presentation (with intermission) about how to make webcomics. Jey will include tools, computer programs, websites to post to and how to promote yourself. Afterwards there will be a Q&A and a workshop. Bring any questions involving comics or self-publishing you might be wondering about. If you’re up for more after that, Jey will be hosting a workshop for the remainder of the time for comic making! “Bring any comic ideas with you and we’ll…

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Black History Month Display

Our Black History Month display is up now at the Canada Comics Open Library. We are featuring comics by Black creators that offer historical depictions of Black experiences and address race in society and in comics. Here are the comics featured in our display. All comics are available to read at CCOL. Strange Fruit Volume I by Joel Christian Gill This is a collection of stories from early African American history that represent the oddity of success in the face…

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Jey’s Comic Journey

Hi everyone, my name is Jey Pawlik ( https://jpawlik.com ) and I’m the creator in residence for February! I’m a nonbinary comic artist (they/them) and one half of the comics duo “Topaz Comics” ( https://topazcomics.com ) that I run with my partner Michelle Parker. Together we create exclusively queer comics with a focus on wholesome and soft stories. For my first blog post here at the Canada Comics Open Library I want to talk about my history in comics and…

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Queer Comix Continuum Reading List

Hi folks! EKW here — I can’t believe the month is already up! It’s been a pleasure being the CCOL’s Creator-In-Residence for January, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for this special lil’ space. Last weekend, I put together an artist talk covering several decades of queer comics (mostly) in North America. As I was putting the slideshow together, the thought occurred that it’d be worth putting together a master list of all the works I talked…

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