Monthly Archives: November 2013

Illustrating Poetry Interview Part 2

Here is the second half of my interview with Neelima Vinod for her highly-recommended neelthemuse blog, which discusses and promotes poetry in all its forms. http://neelthemuse.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/illustrating-poetry-with-julian-peters-part-2/

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Edgar Allan Poe em Quadrinhos – Annabel Lee Comic in Portuguese

Victor Lisboa at minhadistopia has put together a Portuguese version of my comic book adaptation of Poe’s “Annabel Lee” :  http://www.minhadistopia.com/annabel-lee-em-quadrinhos/ The translation is by Fernando Pessoa, and I must say it is almost as beautiful as the original. I … Continue reading

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Illustrating Poetry Interview Part 1

Here is the first part of a two-part interview I gave to Neelima Vinod for her wonderful neelthemuse blog, which discusses and promotes poetry in all its forms. http://neelthemuse.wordpress.com/2013/11/21/illustrating-poetry-with-julian-peters-part-1/ Neelima is a poet herself, and many of her poems are … Continue reading

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Views of an Imaginary City XI – A Schoolyard in Peleosti

A Schoolyard in Peleosti Not only time, but distance too, appears much extended when one is a child, and by a far greater factor than can be accounted for simply by one’s smaller size. In this view from within a schoolyard in the Peleosti … Continue reading

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Julian Peters Comics at Expozine

Once again this year, I will be peddling my wares at Expozine, one of the world’s largest independent comics fairs. http://expozine.ca/en/fair/year-2013/ The fair takes place this weekend, Saturday November 16 and Sunday November 17, in the odorous crypts of the … Continue reading

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Sweet Child O’ Mine

The first sixteen pages of my uncompleted “graphic novella” set in eighteenth-century Venice can now be viewed in a larger, much more legible form: https://julianpeterscomics.com/sweet-child-o-mine-a-graphic-novella/ The least that can be said about this work is that it is very odd. … Continue reading

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Views of an Imaginary City X – The Convent of the Holy Virgin of the Most Pure and Sacred Heart

X – The Convent of the Holy Virgin of the Most Pure and Sacred Heart All foreign faiths are tolerated within the territory of the Empire, so long as they do not interfere with the ruling authorities in secular matters. Catholicism … Continue reading

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