Julian Peters Comics at TCAF 2018!

This weekend, for the first time, I will have a booth at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, which takes place Saturday and Sunday, May 12-13, at the Toronto Reference Library and other satellite venues downtown: http://www2.torontocomics.com/ I will be peddling my wares at table 256 in the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon on the second floor of the Reference Library. In addition to launching my first full printed edition of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S. Eliot” A Comics Adaptation,” I will also be selling a 22-page full-colour sample section of my ongoing graphic novel project, “Each in His Narrow Cell.” While the cover wording, it occurs to me now, may give the impression that this is some megalomaniacal fantasy about Julian Peters conquering Canada, it is actually a  dramatic retelling of the British conquest of the French colony of Canada in 1759, which happens to have been written and illustrated by Julian Peters.

 

 

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7 Responses to Julian Peters Comics at TCAF 2018!

  1. Thank you all for your interest! I will post a message about purchasing the comics online forthwith!

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  2. Lorna says:

    I live in the U.K. How can I buy the Prufrock book? Thanks

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  3. Claire Warren says:

    I have been wanting some copies of …Prufrock for some time. If I can’t come to Canada, how can I buy some? Claire ________________________________

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  4. Ginette Méthot says:

    Good luck Julian and save a copy of each and narrow cell I would like to buy one

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  5. Best wishes at the festival.

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  6. Monica Laine says:

    Julian,
    Is there any way to purchase your work on “Prufrock” online? I’ve been following you for years and that poem is so dear to me. Your work only adds to the magic and I would love to have a hard copy.

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