Conundrum Press comes to TCAF!

Apr 12, 2010 by

For immediate release:

Montreal indie comics publisher is set to premiere two graphic novels and feature signings by many local and Quebec artists at this years Toronto Comic Arts Festival. Local legend Dave Lapp launches his book of strips which were originally run in Vancouver’s Georgia Straight from 1998-2003. Children of the Atom is like a Beckett play in comic strip form. Coming from Montreal will be Philippe Girard who will premiere Ruts & Gullies: Nine Days in Saint Petersburg, his first book translated into English. Doug Wright Award nominee Sully will be signing his book The Hipless Boy and Line Gamache will make her first appearance in Toronto to launch her book POOF! Also appearing will be Lesley Johnson, Ian Sullivan Cant, and Maryanna Hardy. Robin McConnell will be talking up his forthcoming book of interviews with North American cartoonists taken from his critically acclaimed radio show Inkstuds. Postcards and t-shirts will be available. Conundrum Press is very excited to return to TCAF and we hope to see you there.

The Toronto Comic Arts Festival
May 8th and 9th, 2010
Toronto Reference Library
789 Yonge St., Toronto, Canada
Admission to TCAF is Free.

Saturday, May 8 (9am-5pm)

Philippe Girard launches Ruts & Gullies (10am-11am)
Line Gamache signs Poof! (10am-11am)
Maryanna Hardy of the upcoming So I’ve Been Told (11am-12)
Ian Sullivan Cant signs Papercut Heart (12-1pm)
Robin McConnell of the upcoming Inkstuds book (1pm-2pm)
Dave Lapp signs his new Children of the Atom (2pm-3pm)
Sully signing The Hipless Boy (3pm-4pm)
Lesley Johnson signs The Banana Story of Agony (4pm-5pm)

Sunday May 9 (12-5pm)

Line Gamache signs Poof!  (12pm-1pm)
Philippe Girard launches Ruts & Gullies (1-2pm)
Robin McConnell of the upcoming Inkstuds book (2pm-3pm)
Dave Lapp signs his new Children of the Atom (3pm-4pm)
Sully signing The Hipless Boy (4pm-5pm)

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