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Under the Tents 2022: Todd Nauck, PC Gaming, Patrick Ballesteros, Nate Powell

Two months from right now, one thing is for certain: We will probably be standing in a line somewhere. But we’ll be at San Diego Comic-Con — and for that, we couldn’t be more excited. We’re equally as excited for today’s round-up of news, including updates on comic artists and writers, a look at the PC gaming schedule, art teases, and more.
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Graphic Arts and the Reading Experience: An Evening with Nate Powell

By: DANNY KOONCE, Public Information Specialist LITTLE ROCK— The Arkansas Center for the Book at the Arkansas State Library is pleased to announce an online program featuring Nate Powell on the theme: The Graphic Arts and the Reading Experience. The program is in collaboration with the Indiana Center for the Book at the Indiana State Library and will take place via Zoom Webinar on Thursday, February 17, at 6:30 p.m.
LITTLE ROCK, AR
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Arkansas’s Nate Powell draws down on book banners

Acclaimed graphic novelist and Central Arkansas native Nate Powell got smacked early by the recent book banning wave. In 2014, a school librarian passed on buying his National Book Award winner “March” out of fear that parents would complain. That Indiana middle school librarian’s reticence over a book...
ARKANSAS STATE
Tufts Daily

Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell use comic books to continue John Lewis’ fight

Martin Luther King Jr. was a comic book editor. Way back in 1957, Dr. King helped Alfred Hassler and Benton Resnik create a 16-page comic titled “Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story” (1957). This small, independent comic was hugely influential in the Civil Rights Movement, even reaching eventual Congressman and civil rights legend John Lewis. As the decades moved on and the fight for equality continued, Lewis looked for a way to preserve the inspirational feeling he got from those 16 pages for future generations. Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, who both spoke at the Boston Book Festival this year, helped the late congressman make that dream a reality with the graphic novels “March” (2013–16): Books 1–3 and “Run”: Book 1, which were written in the very medium that inspired him.
BOSTON, MA