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The Last Boat at Lewis Center for the Arts

The culminating event for my Atelier class at Princeton is May 5th. You can get tickets (here) It’s been quite an experience, waking up the fallow art installation part of my brain. Also, it’s been a fascinating combining my drawings with actual, real moving people! The rundown: Students from the spring Princeton Atelier course “Waking […]

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MOCCA Art Fest 2015

I’ll be at table 214 on the second floor at MOCCA artfest this weekend. I’ll have lots of copies of “Bad For You” and all my other books as well as very affordable copies of the full color activist comic “Worker Justice Illustrated.” Come on by!

Panel at MOCCA artfest

This Sunday, April 6th at 2:00 pm I’ll be at: World War 3 Illustrated: From 1979 to Now Join World War 3 illustrated to celebrate their 35th anniversary of publication and the release of a retrospective collection premiering at MoCCA. Launched in 1979 by Peter Kuper and Seth Tobocman, World War 3 Illustrated is a […]

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Lecture at Queen’s College

Monday, March 31st from 3:00 to 5:00, Klapper Hall room 404 Queens College CUNY Art Department Presented by Gregory Sholette and Zoe Beloff Looking forward to sharing my work, focusing mostly on the non-fiction, activist comics. Particularly how my most recent “Wage Theft Comics” sticks a toe, or maybe even a whole leg, into the […]

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Wage Theft Comic review on NJ.com

A nice write-up on the Wage Theft Comic I did with Jeff Korgen. I especially like that the writer, John Atlas, went into the ways it was used in Houston. “…the comic has been an effective outreach tool. At Fe Y Justicia, workers participate in the actions and advocacy and have distributed the comics in […]

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Book signing at Watchung Booksellers

I’m doing a slideshow/reading (with my co-author Scott Cunningham of my new book Bad For You: Exposing the War on Fun!) on February 26th at: 7:00-8:00 pm Watchung Booksellers (who do a fabulous job of supporting local authors.) 54 Fairfield Street, Watchung Plaza, Montclair, NJ 973.744.7177 It’s a non-fiction graphic (i.e. comic) investigation of the […]

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School Library Journal Reviews!

Two, count’em two, great reviews from School Library Journal: Gr 8 Up–A well-researched docu-comic. Covering topics such as comics, games, technology, and play, the chapters begin with a historical perspective on each subject. The authors then go on to explain how time after time, as new pastimes develop, they gain in popularity with youth until […]

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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s the Labor Movement!

A nice review within a larger article at “In These Times” “Between Korgen’s clear, non-didactic script and Pyle’s beautifully minimalist art, Wage Theft is an ideal model for a labor comic: It’s engaging without resorting to sensationalism, informative without being condescending.”

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Sandy Relief Residency

I am excited and honored to be working with poet Eloise Bruce and the students at Monmouth Beach Elementary School. Their school was closed for 8 months last year after Hurricane Sandy filled it with two feet of water. Eloise and I, under the auspices of Young Audiences, will be helping the students process and […]