Boston Comics Roundtable

The Boston Comics Roundtable brings local cartoonists and writers together to collaborate, workshop and socialize. Comic creators of all skill levels are welcome at our weekly meetings in Cambridge's Harvard Square, or join the discussion from anywhere on our Google Group.

Our Next Meeting: Thursday, Mar 05 2015 @ 7:00pm at The Cambridge Public Library

Don MacDonald’s “Machiavelli!”

Lucky Kickstarter contributors (like me) are getting their copies of our friend Don MacDonald’s gorgeous historical graphic novel, “Machiavelli.”   Those less lucky will have to wait awhile for hard copies of the book to be available — but in the  meantime it’s there for the taking at Comixology. 

Will Eisner Kids Workshop at Cambridge Public Library, March 14

On Saturday March 14, from 1-3 pm, the Cambridge Pubilc Library presents a  free  public workshop by Local and Boston Comics Roundtable creators: Liz Prince, Jesse Lonergan, Ludgy Jean-Baptiste, Youngjin Hur, Dan Mazur, Heide Solbrig, Mehitabel Glenhaber, Mo Oh and Ben Doane!

SubCultures reading/event at Cambridge Public Library, Jan 20

Ten (or more!) contributors to SubCultures: a Comics Anthology, will take the stage to read from/discuss their stories at the Cambridge Public Library on Tuesday Jan 20th at 6:30.  You be there too!

Colonial Comics a Geek Dad Favorite

Colonial Comics makes Geek Dad’s  list of Best Books of 2014!  “Comics and graphic novels are an extremely moving way to teach about history. Great comic artists can show the joy, anguish, discovery, and struggle that those who came before us experienced.” (Pictured: Maverick Island by J.L. Bell & Joel Gill)

Strange Fruit a finalist for the Cybil awards

Joel Gill’s collection of comics on unsung black history continues to rack up the honors, the latest being named a finalist for the 2014 Cybils (The Children and Young Adults Bloggers Literary Awards — it’s almost an acronym!), in the graphic novels for young adults category. Congratulations to Joel!

Panel Patter’s Best of the Year: SubCultures and more!

Rob McMonigal at Panel Patter blog includes SubCultures in his 2014 favorites! But wait, there’s more (BCR-related stuff, that is): Whit Taylor’s  The Anthropologists;  Little Nemo Dream Another Dream, featuring Jerel Dye (plus Raul Gonzalez, Maris Wicks, Box Brown etc.); Liz Prince’s Tomboy, &  Lucy Bellwood’s Down to the Sea Again – in which a BCR meeting is depicted!!!