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San José Public Library’s Storytelling Contest Puts Local Voices Front and Center

San José Public Library’s Storytelling Contest Puts Local Voices Front and Center

This blog post is part of an ongoing series made possible by a partnership between Short Édition, the Knight Foundation, and the Public Library Association. This winter, San José Public Library discovered the Short Story Dispenser could render patron-made comic strips. Now, they’re utilizing the Dispensers to shake up storytelling contests and virtual programming—and highlight […]

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Webcomics Wednesday: Tillie Walden’s Sweet and Unknown (plus some more!)
By September 14, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Webcomics Wednesday: Tillie Walden’s Sweet and Unknown (plus some more!)

This week’s Webcomics Wednesday is a bit of a departure from my usual routine. I often cover plot-driven, long-form stories that unfold over months or years, but there’s a whole world of beautiful short-form comics out there, and today I’m showcasing a particularly great one. Tillie Walden’s “Sweet and Unknown” is a poetic, moving meditation on longing […]