Events: Amy Souza anthologies art Asher Craw comics events Everett Patterson Floating World Hazel Newlevant James Michael Williams Leda Zawacki Lisa Marshall parties Portland readings Suzzette Smith Tom Eichacker writing zines
SU ZINE RELEASE PARTY
Science: Fact and Fiction
Where: Floating World Comics
What: ”Science: Fact and Fiction” and “Ci Vediamo” Release Party
Featuring: Readings, Beverages, Socializing, and a “Mad Scientist” Costume Contest
Who: Stumptown Underground
When: 6pm-8pm on Saturday, Jul
We are having a release party for our “Science: Fact and Fiction” anthology, centralized around the themes of science and science fiction, this July 28th and Floating World Comics. The release party is free, all ages, and you’ll be able to meet and greet with the issue’s contributors and purchase copies of “Science: Fact and Fiction” for just $5 and before all your friends!
In addition to being able to pick up the lastest issue, you can meet-and-greet with many of the contributors and other wonderful cretive people. We will have some experimental beverages from the mixologists of Stumptown Underground, both alcoholic and non, for you to enjoy. If you are feeling experimental yourself, show up in your best “Mad Scientist” costume to compete in the party’s “Mad Scientist” costume contest! We’ll have a vote and the top 3 costumes will receive a free copy of the new issue.
Several of the contributors will be reading from their included work in this issue during the party. “Science: Fact and Fiction” is the twenty second zine anthology from Stumptown Underground. In these issue, you’ll find comics, writing, and illustrations from the likes of Everett Patterson, Amy Souza, Tom Eichacker, Lisa Marshall, James Michael Williams, Lillie Craw, Rachel Dominguez-Benner, Suzette Smith, Asher Craw, Leda Zawacki, and many other talented folks.
This is also in conjunction with the release of Hazel Newlevant’s Xeric award winning mini-comic, Ci Vediamo. “Ci Vediamo” is an Italian goodbye. Literally, it means “We’ll see each other.” Ci Vediamo the mini-comic is a wordless story of love, loss and moving on. The comic uses overlapping vellum pages to tell the story.
Hazel Newlevant is a Portland-raised cartoonist attending SVA. She is a frequent contributor to Stumptown Underground, and has self-published comics like Curio, Chili Dog Dad, and the faux-children’s book People of Coloring Book. Check out her work at http://newlevant.com/
Here’s the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/164106793723933/
We will be getting an online preview up soon, so stay tuned!