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One week to go…

From: Steve O.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 2:10 PM

Hi Folks

Only one week to go until you get to hear the always entertaining Chris Spalton's latest talk: From Scribbles to Shelves: Self-publishing a Graphic Novel

Don't forget we've moved back to WEDNESDAY (hoorah!) and we have a NEW VENUE - the CUC Wine Bar right on the river Cam!

Find out more and let us know you're coming:

Everyone has a story to tell, and the freedom and uniqueness of the medium mean that comics are the perfect way to tell it. This talk covers how and why I decided to document and self publish the stories of my dad’s strange adventures as the last Eel catcher in the Fens.
There’s criminals, ferrets, and royalty involved, and hopefully some lessons you can apply to your own personal projects (whatever they are) in 2019.

The world is a better place with your ideas and stories out in it, and I hope my experience will help give you the confidence to develop them.

Get your place now, we'd love to see you 


Steve + Paul + Sue


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