Tag Archive for 'Corinne Mucha'

Off-site! Humboldt Park Mini-Com

Aug
12
10:00 am

 

And Quimby’s will be tabling!

Come one come all to the Humboldt Park Mini-Con! This all-day event will feature tables, lectures, workshops, crafts, games, story times, screenings, and so much more, all about your favorite comics, shows, movies, and fandoms. Come dressed up as your favorite character, and be prepared to have fun!

Featuring:

Anne Elizabeth Moore
Corinne Mucha
Brown and Proud Press
Zach Lehner
Quimby’s Bookstore
Challengers Comics
LMC Chicago
Oliv Roe
Patrick Cheng

and more!

Note: It’s at the Humboldt Park Library, NOT Quimby’s. The Humboldt Park Library is located at: 1605 N Troy St, Chicago, Illinois 60647.

Here’s the Facebook invite for the event!

Off-site Event: Zine Book Club at CHIPRC “Is It the Future Yet” With Corinne Mucha 2/11

Feb ’15
11
7:00 pm

Zine Book club at the #CHIPRC with #CorinneMucha 2/11. “Is It the Future Yet?” sold here. More info at chiprc.org

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CHIPRC’s Zine Book Club returns in 2015 on Wednesday, February 11th at 7pm at The Chicago Publishers Resource Center (CHIPRC) at 858 N. Ashland Avenue (not Quimby’s). The discussion will feature local comic artist Corinne Mucha’s work, Is It the Future Yet?, which was commissioned exclusively by Quimby’s! Corrine Mucha will be present to join the discussion, sign work and will have other titles available for sale.

Also, bring in your favorite zine/comic from 2014 to discuss and share. Pick up this month’s comic here at Quimby’s bookstore, located at 1854 West North Avenue (while supplies last).

There will be a $3 donation asked at the door. Meet other zinesters, read new work, bring in your favs, be part of the discussion and have a good time. Chicago Publishers Resource Center is located at 858 N Ashland Ave.

ABOUT: CHIPRC’s Zine Book Club gets together periodically to discuss and support zine culture. At each event, new self published zine and comic titles will be selected to read and discussed. CHIPRC works with community partners and local self-publishers to select the titles read for the month.

Go to chiprc.org for more information.

This event is NOT AT QUIMBY’S. It is at CHIPRC at 858 N. Ashland Avenue.

Corinne Mucha Reads from “Get Over It!” 7/25

Jul ’14
25
7:00 pm

 

getoveritbiggerCorinne Mucha’s new graphic novel, Get Over It! (Secret Acres), details the true-life story of a messy breakup.  Through a series of comic vignettes, the story follows the author as she deals with a  serious relationship’s end, and eventually learns the tough lessons of letting go. “Get Over It!” is a hilarious tale about a subject every decent person can relate to: getting BURNED BY LOVE.

 

 “Corinne Mucha’s Get Over It! is a balm for the heart broken… We’re bombarded with romance all the time; rarer is the tale that gets you to root for the life-giving joys of letting go.”- Kevin Tang, Buzzfeed

 

“(In Get Over It!) Mucha maintains the auto-biographical sweet-spot, maintaining a balance between the personal and involved, without descending into narcissism, whilst hilariously dredging through the universal impulses and emotions of the post break-up period.” –Zainab Ahktar, Publisher’s Weekly

 

Corinne Mucha is a Chicago based cartoonist, illustrator, and teaching artist. Her comics work includes the Xeric funded My Alaskan Summer, the Ignatz award winning The Monkey in the Basement and Other Delusions (Retrofit Comics) and the YA graphic novel Freshman: Tales of 9th Grade Obsessions, Revelations, and Other Nonsense. Her work has appeared in publications such as Chicago Magazine, Cicada, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Truthout.

 

For more info: web or contact info: www.maidenhousefly.com

Friday,  July 25th, 7pm – Free Event