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Projected Comics at Brooklyn Art Library

  • Brooklyn Art Library 28 Frost Street Brooklyn, NY, 11211 United States (map)

Come out to Brooklyn Art Library's new location at 28 Frost Street in Williamsburg (home of The Sketchbook Project) for a Friday evening Nomadic Press showcase of local comic book artists projecting and talking about their work. The line-up is curated and headlined by Bushwick Daily cartoonist Jeremy Nguyen, and includes Siobhan Gallagher, Spenser Andersen, and Molly Brooks. 

JEREMY NGUYEN

Jeremy Nguyen is a Brooklyn-based cartoonist who writes and illustrates "Stranger Than Bushwick" for Bushwick Daily. His illustrations have appeared on College Humor, Oyster Reviews, comiXology, and Comic Book Resources. For more info, go to http://www.jeremywinslife.com

SIOBHAN GALLAGHER

Siobhán Gallagher is a junior designer with TarcherPerigee and Avery at Penguin Random House in New York City. She is currently working on her first nonfiction book for TarcherPerigee (publishing in 2017). To see more of her work, go to http://www.siobhan-gallagher.com/

SPENSER ANDERSON

Spenser Anderson is an NYC-based artist who works a tech job during the day and chases his comic dreams at night. His comic "Fairy Dust" is about Sorrie and the Magical Warrior of Love fighting to save our world from the hate filled creatures called “Nightmares”. For more info, go to http://www.fairydustcomic.com

MOLLY BROOKS

Molly Brooks is a highly-sophisticated disaster machine fueled by green tea and jelly beans. Her illustrations have appeared in The Village Voice, The Guardian, Time Out New York, The Nashville Scene, The Riverfront Times, The Toast, BUST Magazine, ESPN social, Sports Illustrated online, and others. She spends her spare time watching vintage buddy cop shows and making comics about knitting, hockey, and/or feelings. She also did the art for Flying Machines, a graphic novel by Alison Wilgus about the Wright Brothers and other early aviation pioneers, part of First Second's "Science Comics" series (Spring 2017). To see a sampling of Molly's comics, go to http://www.mollybrooks.com/galdex_comics.php