Lisa Noble’s first comic series, The Watchers, published by Chris Knox in Jesus on a Stick, was crafted on scraper board. She published her first children’s book in 2009 and is now inspired to illustrate her next one entirely in scraper board.
Sunday, January 31, 2016
Friday, January 29, 2016
Jessica Dew (1993 - ) likes bad good dumb art, medieval art, playing in bands – including Ralph – but hates writing, which makes comic-ing hard. Last year, she completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts. It gave her anxiety and irritable bowel. The comics in Three Words are her first.
Three Words is going to be launched in Auckland on March 5 at the Audio Foundation, 6pm onwards, followed by a second launch in Wellington on March 12 at Meow on Edward Street, 3pm onwards, as part of the Writers Festival. Please help us celebrate!
Joanna Anderson was born in Whanganui and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Joanna draws documentary comics and is attracted to recording the quieter and less remarkable moments in history. Joanna collaborates regularly to make comics and exhibitions with her good friend Chris O’Brien.
Renée Jones published her first comic at the age of 10, in
the Poodle Club magazine Poodle Patter. After experiencing
teenage-hood and university, she became an active cartoonist
again in the early 1990s, with strips published in Pistake, Family
of Sex, Daughters of Slaughter and Strip Club. Renée has been
working in the music industry for 20-mumble years, and does a
regular show on radio station 95bFM.