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Moyoco Anno

The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is proud to welcome Moyoco Anno as a Featured Guest of TCAF 2014! Moyoco Anno is an award-winning creator of manga for women (josei manga), as well as an iconic fashion designer and writer. She has been making comics for over 20 years, and is perhaps …read more

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Kate Beaton

Kate Beaton is a Canadian cartoonist who appeared in the comics scene in 2007 with her online work “Hark! A Vagrant!”.  Since then, she has become a fan favorite and has gathered a significant following, with illustrations appearing in places like The New Yorker, Harper’s and Marvel’s Strange Tales anthology. Praised for …read more

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Christophe Blain

Christophe Blain is the internationally renowned author and artist of comics such as Isaac the Pirate, Gus, and Dungeon the Early Years (with Joann Sfar and Lewis Trondheim). Born August 10, 1970, Blain is one of only two authors to be twice awarded the Golden Prize for Best Album at the Angoulême Festival in France. …read more

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Isabelle Arsenault

Isabelle Arsenault is an illustrator who studied Graphic Design at the Université du Québec à Montréal (2001). After her studies, she quickly contributed to several magazines in Canada and the United-States. In 2004, Isabelle illustrated her first children’s book, for which she received the prestigious Governor General’s Award for children’s …read more

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Gabrielle Bell

Gabrielle Bell was born in England and raised in California. Her work has been selected for the 2007, 2009 and 2010 Best American Comics and the Yale Anthology of Graphic Fiction, and she has contributed to McSweeneys, Bookforum, The Believer, and Vice Magazine. The title story of Bell’s book, Cecil …read more

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Fanny Britt

Fanny Britt is a Quebec playwright, author and translator. A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, Britt has written a dozen plays (among them Honey Pie, Hôtel Pacifique, and Bienveillance). She has also translated more than 15 contemporary plays. Published in 2012, her graphic novel Jane, le renard et moi (illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault, GG 2013, …read more

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Pixie Trix

Pixie Trix Comix came to life in 2008 after a need to brand the comics Gisèle Lagacé & David Lumsdon were involved with. It’s a brand, a studio, a publishing company, a webcomics portal, and to a lesser extent, a link exchange network for a few select friends in the …read more

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Fantagraphics Books

Fantagraphics Books has been a leading proponent of comics as a legitimate form of art and literature since it began publishing the critical trade magazine The Comics Journal in 1976. By the early 1980s, Fantagraphics found itself at the forefront of the burgeoning movement to establish comics as a medium …read more

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Pigeon Press

Based in Oakland, Pigeon Press has published I Want You by Lisa Hanawalt, Boy’s Clubby Matt Furie , New Character Parade by Johnny Ryan and Echo Echo by Charles Burns as well as prints by Daniel Clowes. After a hiatus of a few years Pigeon Press is back to it with a debut book from Toronto’s Nick Maandag for TCAF 2014. Look …read more

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Adhouse Books

AdHouse Books has been a boutique publishing juggernaut since the year of 2002. Over the years, they have won and been nominated for awards within the comic profession (Ignatz, Harvey, Eisner) and the design world (AIGA, Communication Arts, Domtar Paper). Their library of publications is an eclectic mix of sequential …read more

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