Just received this press release from Jenny Robb of the OSU Cartoon Research Library:
Sepia Tome: Telling Dad's World War II Story
Thursday, November 8, 2007
Free and open to the public
021L Wexner Center,
Adjacent to the
Comic artist Carol Tyler will discuss her upcoming book Sepia Tome: Telling Dad's World War II Story.
In the introduction to Late Bloomer, Robert Crumb writes, “She is tops, in my book, one of the best artists alive and working in the comics medium. She has fine aesthetic instincts... Her drawings are always pleasing to look at, warm, delicate, inviting. Yet the content, the stories, are all about gritty reality, the hard struggles of common, everyday life.” For more information about Carol Tyler, see her website: www.bloomerland.com.
Tyler’s presentation is co-sponsored by the Cartoon Research Library, Project Narrative, Department of Women's Studies and the Department of History's Harvey Goldberg Program for Excellence in Teaching.
This event is part of Storytelling 2007: A Celebration of Graphic Narrative, a special year of events and exhibitions celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of master-storyteller Milton Caniff, the founding donor of the Cartoon Research Library. Caniff was the creator of the comic strips Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon.
For more information, see http://cartoons.osu.edu.