Sequential Storytelling/Graphic Novels: A Writer’s Perspective
January 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
**This is a FREE Members-only workshop. Space is limited. Please reserve your spot below.
Sequential Storytelling & Graphic Novels: A Writer’s Perspective. This session will focus on the intricacies of developing and scripting a graphic novel. Unlike most other genres, the writer isn’t exactly writing for the end user. Allison Danger will discuss the working relationship between writer and artist, as well as formatting and even submission guidelines for major publishers.
Workshop will be via Zoom, Thursday, January 28, 2021 from 7:00 to 9:00pm. Tickets are free, but space is limited. Pre-registration ends January 26, 2021. Please register below. Instructions for logging into Zoom will be sent the week before the meeting. Be sure to click on + to add a ticket before clicking on “Get Ticket” below.
Allison Danger is an analytical romantic that uses the art of storytelling to best express her sentiment and emotionality. Her works are influenced by pop culture, and she believes every story needs a soundtrack. Allison studied at Wilfrid Laurier University and is a Humber College School of Health Sciences Alumnus. Her stories focus on the intimate details of human interaction and friendships, told in fantastic, science fictional settings, which is showcased in her debut graphic novel Blood & Motor Oil.