Radio Canada International host Wojtek Gwiazda profiles May Day: A Graphic History of Protest in this segment featuring Graphic History Collective member Sean Carleton.
In preparation for this years’ May Day – May 1st, International Workers’ Day – celebrations, don’t forget to grab your own copy of the GHC’s first comic book, May Day A Graphic History of Protest (Between the Lines Press, 2012). You can order the comic book online here: http://btlbooks.com/book/may-day Also, the GHC is happy to … Read More
New review essay about a Government of Canada comic book on the War of 1812 and its representations of Indigenous peoples by Graphic History Collective member, Sean Carleton.
Thanks, Canadian Dimension! http://canadiandimension.com/articles/5638/
We are pleased to announce that Julia Smith has joined the Graphic History Collective. Julia is a PhD candidate at Trent University studying the history of bank worker unionization in Canada in the postwar period. Julia helped write and research for the GHC’s soon-to-be-revealed new graphic history, Dreaming of What Might Be: The Knights of … Read More
The Graphic History Collective did a written interview with Open Book Toronto about the May Day comic. “Today the Collective takes on the Open Book Dirty Dozen, a free-form interview where authors and creators are asked to share 12 unexpected facts about themselves. Read on to hear from the Collective about bicycles, bookstores and secret … Read More