Unterzakhn Reviews and Links and Tour Dates

Unterzakhn by Leela Corman A mesmerizing, heartbreaking graphic novel of immigrant life on New York’s Lower East Side at the turn of the twentieth century, as seen through the eyes of twin sisters whose lives take radically and tragically different paths. For six-year-old Esther and Fanya, the teeming streets of New York’s Lower East Side circa 1910 are both a fascinating playground and a place where life’s lessons are…

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Tom Galambos ArtWalk Show at SAW, Feb 24

Feb 24 for ArtWalk – Tom Galambos Show We’re really excited to welcome visiting graphic novelist Tom Galambos to SAW. Tom is an artist of slyly deft craft and deeply felt humane stories. Tom Galambos is a painter and cartoonist from Rochester, NY. He won a Xeric grant in 1996 for the publication of “from Hungary”, a comic about his parents’ escape from communist Hungary. His subsequent graphic novel,…

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A Day in the Life of SAW

Been using SAW as a studio, teaching space, comics resource library. Each day is filled with visitors, conversation as well as great work time. Some recent scenes: Sculptor Erin Curry comes in with a home made kite, the size and shape of a mardi-gras mask. I showed Erin some Lumakick by Richard Hahn and also a series of books by Warren Craghead. I love showing new work to people….

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Caroline Paquita Show Pics, Feb 4

It was such a blast having Caroline Paquita here, arranging her show, and then bringing her friends and fans in to SAW for an evening of drawing, schmoozing, snacks and “comic geekery.” Thanks Caroline!  See more at Facebook or Flickr      

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Caroline Paquita Party/Art Show! Sat Feb 4

Caroline Paquita Party/Art Show ! Saturday Feb 4, 7pm – 10pm Stop by SAW at 18 SE 5th Ave at Main St, on Saturday evening, February the 4th, for an informal hangout session with former Gainesville resident, Caroline Paquita, of WOMANIMALISTIC and Pegacorn Press. Using stencil duplicators in her home, Paquita has put out over 5,000 copies of comics, zines, and her yearly calendar, with many more publications in the works….

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