How I Make Pitches for Graphic Novels

One of the hardest things about comics that I'm glad to have finally gotten the hang of is writing pitches. It's not elevator-pitch style (don't ask me to do that), but it's concise and has the goldilocks ratio of information needed. (3 pages divided into 6 sections). I'm finally putting the Twitter thread that explains this style of pitching right here on the blog.


The 21st Century Vibes of Alexander

So I was pinged to this fascinating post that spoke of the strange muddying that comes from interpretating and appropriating epic literature. It was an epic by itself, starting from allegory to how people tend to project their contemporary sensibilities (or false claims) to old things to comics to the theory of Monomyth to fandoms. Here then my Alexander Comic emerges, and this is how I was pinged, because the author, Owl*, referenced that old nugget about If My Alexander Comic is Fanfic or Not.


A Note from the Storyteller

About finding the true end of a graphic novel.


The Rise of the Bots; The Ascension of the Human

A very grandiloquent title for some ramblings (as usual) about the current discourse: the intersection of art-making and AI.


Perth Comic Art Festival 22

Quick announcement - I will be swinging by PCAF this weekend for a panel on Sat, and boothing (#51) my limited wares on Sun. Mostly I'll be chilling and open to talk about comics!!

Note: This blog hasn't been updated in eons due to [SO MUCH] happening. But no worries!! My residency period is starting soon. I can feel it.....


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

She writes and illustrates quite a few webcomics and graphic novels. When not making books, she lulls away her time with essays on craft, life and experiences in the publishing industry. Some of her thoughts of art and life are rather unstructured and will evolve over time as this blog matures, as they should be.

Currently committed to being Alexander the Great's death doula. Is a nerd for all things spooky and historical.

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