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How to Write Comics class w/ Danny Fingeroth @ MoCCA

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Start Time: 06:30PM    End Time: 09:00PM

TUITION:
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! Register by February 15:
$250 | $240 for MoCCA members
Register after February 15:
$285 | $275 for MoCCA members


DANNY FINGEROTH will lead a hands-on workshop in writing comics and graphic novels, suitable for novices as well as experienced writers. Combining lectures, assignments in class and at home, and roundtable critiquing, the class will cover writing for all kinds of comics, including autobiographical, historical, “indy” and superheroes.

Note: Please come to the first session with three “springboards” (short ideas for stories). We will choose one to be your project for the course.


DANNY FINGEROTH was the longtime group editor of Marvel's Spider-Man line and the writer of comics including Darkhawk and Deadly Foes of Spider-Man. He has taught comics writing at NYU, The New School, Media Bistro, and at The MiMaster Institute in Milan, Italy. Danny created and edited Write Now magazine, the only how-to publication dedicated to comics writing and writers. He is the author of The Rough Guide to Graphic Novels and co-author (with artist Mike Manley) of How to Create Comics from Script to Print. He's also written the books Superman on the Couch and Disguised as Clark Kent. His latest book, The Stan Lee Universe (from TwoMorrows), co-edited with Roy Thomas, is about the life and career of the writer who changed comics forever. Danny serves on MoCCA's board of advisors and on the board of directors of the Institute for Comics Studies.

This class runs for four weeks, Feb. 28, March 6, March 13, and March 27.

Location:

Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art

594 Broadway, Suite 401,
New York, NY 10012

More Info: http://www.moccany.org

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