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).

The first one: In the Quiet Pond, I talk about comics craft and neutral body image. Plus you get to see the amazing owlsona CW drew of me.

The second one: On the Comics Beat, I talk about favourite Halloween things, comics gutters, reclaiming body without tying it to acceptance or rejection of approval,

I’ll also be appearing in a few online panels in the coming weeks, as part of the promo for Seance Tea Party.

MAGIC AND MAYHEM! ADVENTURE IN GRAPHIC NOVELS!
I’ll be on a panel with fellow RHG creators, talking about our spoopy books!
Register here.

Unfortunately I haven’t got the banners for the other two yet, but

  • Later this month I will be in conversation with my co-worker Atla Hrafney as we discuss our respective comic societies in Iceland and SEA.
  • Sometime in October I will be on another RHG panel talking about the influence of magic and the supernatural in the books that I write.

Anyway, yep! Busy, busy. @_@

Hello, hello

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

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Malaysians should enrich our conversations about Israel & Palestine from purely theological to colonial occupation, human rights & dignity. So, we can apply the same justice & empathy in our own context in regard to orang asli, refugees, religious minorities & LGBT community.

Do you like stories about friendship, ghosts, and growing up? Then check out this juvenile graphic novel: SΓ©ance Tea Party. It follows Lora as she discovers just how bittersweet getting older really is. #OCLSReads

Link to borrow: https://iii.ocls.info/record=b2295943~S1

Mah Meri residents should not be further displaced, much less for tourism in Sepang. Stop treating indigenous people as obstacles.

Malaysians are in the middle of protesting the violence and settler colonialism by Israel against Palestine. Please bring that energy back home too. https://twitter.com/msianinsight/status/1392978368279113732

TheMalaysianInsight@msianinsight

Orang Asli Mah Meri diminta kosongkan tanah untuk projek pelancongan https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/bahasa/s/315232?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=msianinsight

I just think it’s rad that comics as a medium inherently present time *as* spaceβ€”time and space not as different dimensions but as different facets of the same thing. Every page is a unit of chronology-as-geography. How can anyone not get immensely excited thinking about this?

btw i absolutely do not trust those threads "explaining what's going on in Palestine" by random stan twt users, so here's a website run by actual Palestinians with a proper reading list breaking down common myths https://decolonizepalestine.com/faq/

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