If you’re in Seattle on Saturday, November 3, make sure to stop by the Seattle Center and head down to the Vera Project to experience a special treat: the Short Run Small Press Fest!

This is a showcase of comics, zines, art books, animation and more. It is also a chance to meet some of Seattle’s leading artists in the graphics and comics arts.

Curated by Kelly Froh and Eroyn Franklin, this will be the event’s second year with an extravaganza of nearly 100 small press exhibitors and performers. There will be local animation screening going on all day. Hey, you can even get a free haircut by a writer/professional barber.

Also tied in with Short Run is an art opening at Soil gallery and a not-t0-be-missed book signing at Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery: Noah Van Sciver’s graphic novel, “The Hypo” and David Lasky and Frank Young’s “The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song.”

So, come on out and get all the details at



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