While we’re here, let’s talk about Small Press Expo. It was awesome, right? Because you were there! And if you weren’t there, what was wrong with you?
I do have a few thank yous. I absolutely thank our entire board — Warren, Mike, Kevin, Bill, Charles — and especially Greg Bennett, who managed to keep me sane during these past few weeks. I thank everyone who attended and everyone who voted. I thank all of our guests and exhibitors.
I also have to give many thanks once again to Jerzy Drozd and the amazing job he did hosting the Ignatz Awards ceremony. I knew he was going to do a good job (I would not have asked him otherwise) but I was still impressed and delighted.
I am not going to post everything about SPX and I have some catching up to do, but if you have links, send them along!
- Book Review: District Comics: An Unconventional History of Washington, DC, Mike Favila, Comics Online
- Annapolis Comic Book Artists Scribble into Digital Age, Anna Staver, Annapolis Patch
- D.C. History, Comic Book-Style, Washington CityPaper
- Going Graphic! The Pratt Library Receives Graphic Novel Gift, Roswell Encina, Pratt Chat Library Blog
- Panel Patter: SPX 2012/Baltimore Comic-Con Spotlight: Matt Dembicki, Rob McMonigal
- Panel Patter: SPX 2012/Baltimore Comic-Con Spotlight: Rafer Roberts, Rob McMonigal
- Outside the Lines, Shauna Miller, Washington Post Express
- SPX Smashes Sales Records, Heidi McDonald, Publishers Weekly
- Spudd 64 / Matt Kish: SPX 2012
- OMG. SPX. 2012, AdHouse Books
- Remake: 3Xtra, Lamar Abrams, AdHouse Books, December 2012.
- Sept. 22:Raina Telgemeier signing at Big Planet Comics Vienna (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and Big Planet Comics College Park (3 to 5 p.m.)
- Sept. 22: District Comics signing, 7 p.m., at Locust Moon Comics & Movies, Philadelphia, Pa.
- Sept. 21-23: Intervention 2012, Rockville, Md.
- Sept. 22-23:National Book Festival with Raina Telgemeier, Craig Thompson and Hope Larson (comics-related events are on Sept. 23)