November 28th is William Blake's birthday as well as the launch date for VALA, the Journal of the Blake Society. I was asked to contribute an illustration for Jodie Marley's article "On The Book of Thel and Pandemic Prophecies." VALA is a free online publication, so please visit www.blakesociety.org/vala to download volumes 1 and 2.
Thought Bubble: The Yorkshire Comic Art Festival is coming up on November 13th through 14th at the Harrogate Convention Centre. Although I won't be there in person, my plague doctor graphic novel The Plague and Doctor Caim will be available to purchase at Cast Iron Books table 141B in the Redshirts Hall. Anyone wearing a beak will...
As some of you may know, when I'm not writing and illustrating graphic novels, I own a small business called Open Book Chocolates (OpenBookChocolates.com). Open Book Chocolates specializes in handmade, bean-to-bar chocolate bars with literary-themed flavors. About 2 weeks ago, a Kickstarter for our newest flavor The Call of Cthulhu (Nori Seaweed,...
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I'm excited to announce that I'm teaching a class at the Fredrick Book Arts Center! The class is called "Starting Your Graphic Novel Journey" and will be three sessions (October 11th, 18th, and 25th) from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. If you live in or near Frederick, Maryland, I hope you'll join us!
G. E. Gallas is a writer-illustrator best known for her graphic novels:
- The Poet and the Flea about the poet-painter William Blake.
- Pawn My Soul about a sin-eater named Lilith.
- The Plague and Doctor Caim about a 17th-century plague doctor (published by Cast Iron Books).
Gallas specializes in historical fiction with touches of the fantastical and macabre.