NYCC: Friends of Lulu — #840

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We have a great lineup planned for our shared space with MoCCA, at table #840!

Friday
5-6pm Women In Comics panel room 1E07
Gail Simone, Heidi MacDonald, Karen Green, Jennifer Grünwald, Shelly Bond and Becky Cloonan will discuss the State of the industry from their perspective, plus insight into their exciting current projects, moderated by Abby Denson.

At our table with MoCCA #840-

Girls’ Guide to Guys’ Stuff

Signing copies of the Girls’ Guide to Guys’ Stuff, which will be available for purchase, are our fantastic contributors:

4:00 PM Jannie Ho
5:00 PM Monica Gallagher
6:00 PM Julia Durgee




Saturday

A full day of signings with the following artists from
the Girls’ Guide to Guys’ Stuff:

11:00 AM Liz Baillie
12:00 PM Abby Denson
1:00 PM Vanessa Satone
2:00 PM Risa Cho
3:00 PM Julia Wertz
4:00 PM Yali Lin
5:00 PM Vanessa Satone
6:00 PM Monica Gallagher

Sunday

One last chance for signings with the following artists from
the Girls’ Guide to Guys’ Stuff:

11:00 AM Monica Gallagher
12:00 PM Liz Baillie
1:00 PM Yali Lin
2:00 PM Risa Cho

2-3pm Comics for Girls panel room 1E02
This panel will answer all the questions you’ve ever had about finding the perfect comics for girls. Join Barbara Slate (Angel Love, Archie, Barbie), Mike Pellerito (Archie), Allison Barrows (Pre-Teena, Goofyfoot Gurl), Jimmy Gownley (Amelia Rules), Buzz Dixon & Marlon Schulman from RealBuzz Studios (Serenity, Goofyfoot Gurl), Raina Telgemeier (The Babysitters Club) and moderated by Christine Norrie.

Lulu Award Nominations!

The Lulu Awards bring attention to the best, most women-friendly and reader-friendly work in comics, recognize the work of women comics creators of the past, and direct attention to the year’s most promising new female talent. In the past, the Lulu Awards have only been nominated and voted on by members. Last year, we opened up the process to non-members with great response. This year, we’re bringing voting back to being a privilege shared by members of Friends of Lulu with the option to nominate open to non-members.

So, everyone can nominate the female creators they know need recognition for their hard work- but in order to make sure those creators win the award? Well, then sign up for membership with Friends of Lulu, either online or at our NYCC table and submit your ballot when the voting process begins!

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