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The SPX 2014 Tumblr Meet-Up is a Go!

For the third year in a row SPX is hosting a Tumblr meet-up to kick off day two of the Small Press Expo!

TIME TO RSVP Y’ALL

WHEN: Sunday September 14th, 11AM (1 hour before showtime).

WHERE: Downstairs, right outside the White Flint Auditorium.

WHO SHOULD COME: Exhibitors, attendees, folks just passing through!

FULL VENUE DETAILS: Get the whole shebang at spxpo.com.

No need to buy a ticket to SPX to attend the Meet-Up but we certainly hope you’ll stay and enjoy the show!

We’ll have - in limited quantities - stickers and buttons, coffee and vittles, not to mention limited edition prints available for the taking!

Got comics, minis, zines or baked goods you’d like to share or trade? This’ll be a great place to do it, or just chat it out before the opening of the show.

Last year we had something like 90 people RSVP and over a hundred take part in the Meet-Up.  An awesome turnout, but there are something like 50,000 of you following us here - I hope you all can make it!  

Our thanks to the Tumblr staff for all the lurve and support!  

Hey, meetups, we’re lookin’ at you!

Share, share share!  Help us spread the word!

I’ll be there!  Will you?

Think I’ll do this!

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Lawrence from many many pages ago is coming back soon!

Lawrence from many many pages ago is coming back soon!

TOWERKIND has been nominated for a 2014 Ignatz Award for outstanding series. I always find incredible new creators through the Ignatz nominations, so please check out that list!
I’m also exceptionally pleased to announce that TOWERKIND will be collected as a complete book, published through Conundrum Press, to debut at TCAF 2015.
My thanks go to the judges: Darryl Ayo, Austin English, Melissa Mendes, Thien Pham and Whit Taylor.
Ignatz Awards are voted for by the attendees of SPX on Saturday, September the 13th. Towerkind is a 160 page story about the kids of St. James Town, a hamlet of high-rises within the city of Toronto, their subtle powers, and the oppressive warning hinted at by birds and bugs, felt in their bones.
You can buy the collected issues of Towerkind on my storenvy - there’s only a few of these single issue collections left, and I won’t be reprinting.
If you’re an SPX exhibitor interested in reading TOWERKIND please send me an email and I will send you a PDF! katherine.verhoeven@gmail.com

TOWERKIND has been nominated for a 2014 Ignatz Award for outstanding series. I always find incredible new creators through the Ignatz nominations, so please check out that list!

I’m also exceptionally pleased to announce that TOWERKIND will be collected as a complete book, published through Conundrum Press, to debut at TCAF 2015.

My thanks go to the judges: Darryl Ayo, Austin English, Melissa Mendes, Thien Pham and Whit Taylor.

Ignatz Awards are voted for by the attendees of SPX on Saturday, September the 13th. Towerkind is a 160 page story about the kids of St. James Town, a hamlet of high-rises within the city of Toronto, their subtle powers, and the oppressive warning hinted at by birds and bugs, felt in their bones.

You can buy the collected issues of Towerkind on my storenvy - there’s only a few of these single issue collections left, and I won’t be reprinting.

If you’re an SPX exhibitor interested in reading TOWERKIND please send me an email and I will send you a PDF! katherine.verhoeven@gmail.com

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