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Che Gilson is the author of several graphic novels including “Avigon: Gods and Demons” from Image Comics, and “Dark Moon Diary” from Tokyopop. Her short stories have been published online in Luna Station Quarterly issue 14 and Drops of Crimson.
Her most recent book, Carmine RojasL Dog Fight, was published by Black Opal Books in August.
She draws copious amounts of Pokémon fan art which can be found with her original work at http://spiderliing666.deviantart.com
“The Last of Artie”, published in the March, 2006 edition of the on-line magazine, Crime and Suspense.
“Birthday Girl”, Second Place winner in the 1st Annual Clued-In Press Award for short mystery fiction. April, 2006.
“Perfect Angels”, also in Crime and Suspense
“Got Milk2 + Homework = Magic”, Drops of Crimson
“Fight and Flight”, Luna Atation Quarterly Issue 14
La Vie en Rose issue 1
La Vie en Rose issue 2
Caine Dorr launches his new podcast, Adventure Frequency, on iTunes today. Subscribe and help him get the word out!
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Tonight meet the creative genius behind The Fifth Beatle, the new graphic novel on the life of Brian Epstein. Winning award after award, this artistic rendering of the "life of Brian" is flying off the shelves because it's quick to read, lovely to look at, and a wonderful work of art to collect. Join me as we talk about the line Tiwary draws between fact and fiction...and as we discuss elements of the book that stray from the historical time line. You'll be able to call in and sing this author's praises...and ask him your questions! I'll be taking calls around 8:15 pm CT.
THAT NERD SHOW: Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Allison Costa for That Nerd Show tonight as we talk about, in honor of 300: Rise of an Empire, Ancient Stories told with a Comic Book / Graphic Novel Style, is this good or bad, does it enhance the story or take something away from , and what would ancient storytellers think about this style. Tune into the show tonight as we get intellectual within our nerd rants. Listen to the show at 10pm cst @thatnerdshow.com.
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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics, geekdom, and politics. It's been a bit since our last episode and we're back to cover some of the latest releases as well as conventions. On tap this week is:
Batgirl got a new look, new location, a new status-quo in Batgirl #35. We discuss the change for the character.
Gotham Academy #1 came out and the series attempts to fill a much needed gap in the DC Comics line-up. We talk about the new series' first issue and recent changes for DC.
New York Comic Con recently descended on New York City's Javitts Center. We talk about the convention and the numerous announcement that came out of it.
We'll discuss the above and more in a brand new episode! We want to hear from you too. You can call in with your thoughts, or Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy.
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This Monday night Graphic Policy Radio returns with a brand new episode! This show is all DC Comics as we talk about some brand new series as well as the debut of Constantine on NBC this past Friday. Joining the discussion is frequent guest Emma Houxbois.
Emma is a queer blogger for hire out of Vancouver, BC, and the DC Comics reviewer for The Rainbow Hub!
On tap this episode we're discussing:
Constantine debuted this past Friday on NBC. We discuss the first episode and what we think of the latest live adaptation of the character.
DC Comics has been shaking things up debuting lots of new series and shaking of the creative teams on others. We're discussing new series and the new directions for Catwoman, Gotham Academy, and Batgirl.
We want to hear from you too! Call in with your thoughts, or Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
From living a nightmare, to building a dream. Graphic Novelist J.C.S. may only be 27 years old but she has come a long way. Abused as a child, and seemingly lost as a teen, she has turned her scraps into diamonds. So far, she has written six novels, has published five of those novels, and as also finished a trilogy known as Anguished Immortals.
She will tell you, her goal was this: to publish and take care of her family. Her first attempt to write a novel came at the age of 15, and in between ten years, she tried and failed.
Growing up in Denver, Colorado, it was realized (and said) countless times that opportunity in the workforce was greater and more stable than most states, especially for a woman. But having Systemic Lupus and two children only ten and a half months apart changed everything.
Early 2012, inspiration came as J.C.S. decided to write her first romance novel. Even though it was a completed work, she saw that it wasn't yielding light on her talent. After doing a little research on the Archangel of Death and the Greek Goddess of War, Enyo, the makings of an Epic Fantasy trilogy had just begun.
Taking her work to Authonomy and trying out the first two books, J.C.S. realized that sticking with something she loved, Epic Fantasy, did her better than trying to fit in.
In 2013 J.C.S. wrote and published the first book to Bleeding Stars and Paper Hearts: Adrianna is Mine, following the same previewing and publishing path of her previous work. The audience from Authonomy helped her decide on publishing when not only had her book gone from #599 to #31 in a week, it stayed at #7 for three weeks and #1 for two.
We talk to Debra about her business from her point of view in order to give the audience an understanding of what she needs from you in order to provide you graphic design and marketing material that works for your business.
Debra's Power Partner USA video is at www.tinyurl.com/bradfielddesign
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