Indigenous Comics Symposium

On March 24, the Department of English at the University of Toronto will host an online symposium on Indigenous Comics and Graphic Novels.

Kateri-Akiwenzie Damm, founder and managing editor of Kegedonce Press, will be a featured guest and speaker, as will Kegedonce author and illustrator Neal Shannacappo. Their works, This Place: 150 Years Retold (Highwater Press, imprint of Portage and Main Press) and The Krillian Key: Salamander Run (Kegedonce Press) are pictured here.

The symposium includes an impressive list of other speakers and contributors. Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear Indigenous authors, artists, and scholars sharing their experiences and insights.

The event is free to attend, but registration is required. For more details and to register for the symposium, click here.

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