Meet Tyran Grillo, translator from the Japanese of this science fiction epic by Yoshiki Tanaka. Winner of the SEIUN award for best science fiction novel in 1987. Tanaka is also the author of the hit fantasy series "The Heroic Legend of Arslan."
Join us for a special introduction and presentation on the Sōtō Zen tradition with the minds behind Engaging Dōgen’s Zen. Our panelists are all leaders at the Northwest Zen Community – an open temple that strives to protect and preserve the time-tested Zen practice founded by Dogen Zenji.
Creating and editing manga for serialization is a totally different process from publishing a full volume! How do creators and editors work on such a tight schedule? The editors of Weekly Shonen Magazine are here to explain how monthly and weekly serialization actually works.
Come join us for an afternoon of story times for kids. Local children's book authors will be in store to read and sign their books for you. We will follow that up with our first story time in Japanese! Authors scheduled to appear: Kena Sosa, JB Bean, Todd Steinberg, Toshia Stelivan, Caroline Barthen, Gene Legler, Stephenie Barker.
There is great beauty and simplicity in our everyday lives: the respect for working by hand, finding enlightenment in something very repetitive, a childhood memory that resolves the present moment. This is what catches my imagination and propels me towards printmaking.
Ravina the Witch? is a picture book for grown-ups! Renowned artist Junko Mizuno published this very original work in French in 2014 and now, the English edition is coming out this June! Join us for this rare opportunity to see Junko's live drawing followed by a Q&A session and book signing.
Join Oni Press creators Katie O'Neill (Princess Princess Ever After, The Tea Dragon Society), Yuko Ota and Ananth Hirsh (Lucky Penny, Johnny Wander)!
Join us for special performance of Keiko’s Journey -the story of a young girl’s experience growing up in post-war Japan and America. Author Kay Hirai will be performing a drama reading from her book, featuring a new conversation with her mother, Fujiye, revealing more secrets that have never been published.
"Jean-Michel Basquiat and his unique, collage-style paintings rocketed to fame in the 1980s as a cultural phenomenon unlike anything the art world had ever seen. But before that, he was a little boy who saw art everywhere: in poetry books and museums, in games and in the words that we speak, and in the pulsing energy of New York City"