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Tuesday
Jul 4
Miss Anthology #1 Call for Entry!
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Submit your work by July 17th!

Eligibility: Must be Female or genderqueer between the ages of 13-18. Applicants must live in the Pacific Northwest Region.

Submission Guidelines:

  • 1-10 pages of Comic Work
  • All files must be Tiff.
  • Files must be high resolution 300 DPI and LZW compressin.
  • Files should be saved in CYMK
  • Dimensions should be 4.5" wide by 7" high

Go to missanthology.com/submission-guidelines for more info!

Submit: Fill out our form at missanthology.com/submit-your-work and email us your submissions at missanthologycomics@gmail.com


Miss Anthology is a Portland-Based comic publication and course for female and genderqueer artists and writers ages 13-18.

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Thursday
Jul 6
Miss Anthology Exhibition
through Sequential Art Gallery + Studio

Come check out our show June 15th and July 6th! We'll have syllabus zines to take home, a DIY mini comic table, artwork from the workshops, and art from our students.

First Thursday Opening: July 6th 6-10pm

Exhibition runs through the end of July.


Miss Anthology is a Portland-Based comic publication and course for female and genderqueer artists and writers ages 13-18.

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Thursday
Aug 3
One More Year signing & live performance with Simon Hanselmann
Floating World Comics

We are proud to host a release party and live performance with Simon Hanselmann, to celebrate the release of his new book One More Year. We will also co-publish a new broadsheet newspaper featuring Simon's latest paintings which will exclusively debut at this event.

As a genderqueer immigrant living in Trump's America, Simon Hanselmann has a lot to say about making controversial social commentary art in our current political climate. More than his previous two New York Times bestselling graphic novels, One More Year dives deeper into body dysmorphia, transphobia, mental illness, and addiction.

Megg the witch, Mogg the cat, and their friends Owl and Werewolf Jones are imbued with far more pathos and depth than seems plausible given the stock comic premise — drugged-out, slacker roommates. Depressing, hilarious, endlessly relatable, and exceedingly human — despite being about a witch, a cat, and an anthropomorphic owl — One More Year continues to give more substance to the characters and personalities of its protagonists in ways that never fail to surprise, delight, and horrify.

WHO: Simon Hanselmann WHAT: One More Year release party and live performance WHEN: Thursday August 3, 6-9pm WHERE: Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St.

  • ONE MORE YEAR
  • by Simon Hanselmann
  • Release Date: 6/20/2017
  • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-60699-997-4
  • 220 Pages • Full Color • Hardcover
  • fantagraphics.com/onemoreyear

Hanselmann has found international success with his hand drawn meticulously watercolored witch comics and has been translated into over a dozen languages. This Tasmanian cartoonist recently immigrated to the US and now lives in Seattle, WA with his pet rabbit, Woody.


Floating World Comics - The record store of comic book stores.

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