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G. E. Gallas: Writer/Illustrator - Issue #6

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G. E. Gallas: Writer/Illustrator

August 17 · Issue #6 · View online

I'm a writer-illustrator of graphic novels: "The Poet and the Flea" about William Blake and "The Plague and Doctor Caim" about a 17th-century plague doctor!


Hey there!
This is writer-illustrator G. E. Gallas. You may know me for my graphic novels, including The Poet and the Flea about the poet-painter William Blake and The Plague and Doctor Caim about a 17th-century plague doctor.
Here’s a quick update!

1) Book Signing!! I will be doing a little book signing for my plague doctor graphic novel The Plague and Doctor Caim at The Family Room in Laytonsville, Maryland. So if you’re local and want to get your hands on a copy, I hope to see you there. The book signing will take place during The Family Room’s outdoor market on September 25th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The address is 6820 Olney Laytonsville Rd, Laytonsville, MD 20882.
If you can’t make it in person, but still want to get a copy, you can order it directly from my publisher Cast Iron Books: castironbooks.com/books/the-plague-and-doctor-caim.
2) I’m teaching a class!! I’m excited to announce that I’m teaching a class at the Fredrick Book Arts Center. The class is called “Starting Your Graphic Novel Journey” and will be three sessions (October 11th, 18th, and 25th) from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. If you live in or near Frederick, Maryland, I hope you’ll join us!
List of classes (including mine): frederickbookarts.org/zoomclasses
3) Hire me as a comic book consultant!! Do you need one-on-one guidance to bring your comic book project to life? Hire me! I’ve been making graphic novels, webcomics, and zines for over 15 years now. I have substantial experience with everything from self-publishing both webcomics and printed books, working as a freelance illustrator, running successful Kickstarter campaigns, collaborating with publishers, and beyond. For more information, please visit gegallas.com/comic-consultant.
That’s all for now!
Best regards,
G. E.
G. E. Gallas
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