Two Interviews: Quiet Pond and Comics Beat + Seance Tea Party events!

Hello hello! I've got two author interviews for yall to read... to make up for the total silence of this blog (sorry! I'll probably be more active by October).

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Feature in The Star MY

I am featured in The Star’s Lifestyle issue today, in honour of International Women’s Day! I talk about life after the (oh god was it that long ago) Eisner nomination, my next graphic novels, and women in comics in Malaysia.

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An Essay from a Grieving, Very Angry Storyteller About the State of the World \\ Or Why I Choose Survival Over Death

I am angry.

Oh gods I am raging.

I don’t know how long I can contain and delay my rage and grief anymore. I am close to bursting. I need an outlet. I need Alexander (it’s become a book that’s emblematic of my passion - both hopeful and angry). I need to talk. I need to yell and scream and find catharsis and make something beautiful and radical out of the nonsense that is the last half of the 2010s. I need I need I am angry I am angry.

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Séance Tea Party

Séance Tea Party Available for Preorder (Sept 2020)

I'm excited to announce my upcoming middle grade graphic novel, Séance Tea Party! Information on the book plus preorder links and release date below.

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Happy Mid Autumn Festival & Friday the 13th

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Reimena Yee is a graphic novelist, artist and flamingo enthusiast.

She creates the webcomics The World in Deeper Inspection, and The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya; the latter of which is the first Malaysian graphic novel to be Eisner-nominated.

Currently writing and drawing a whole bunch of stuff. Is a nerd for all things spooky and historical.

Melbourne / Kuala Lumpur

Upcoming Events

NONE FOR 2020

I finally got a copy of @reimenayee's Seance Tea Party and eventually I'll be able to actually read it.

Listen one of the reasons I advocate for lengthy schedules for artists is because publishers don't build in paid time-off for their freelancers and authors and stacked back-to-back projects can lead to injuries like the ones currently in my neck and shoulder

Comics is all fun and games until you have to study head angles and abstract them into your style -- then it's like, wth why is drawing so technical and difficult

so i was interviewed, and @buttermilkart got featured on @VulcanPost today 🥲 what a day. thanks to everyone who has supported and encouraged me so far - you the best 🥺💖 stay tuned for more!
https://vulcanpost.com/729895/buttermilk-art-find-malaysian-artist-directory/

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