I've heard proper bloggers assign descriptive titles to their entries.
"Queer Cartoonists," a panel of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) creators discussing issues of identity, community, and their creative work, will debut at the 2004 Alternative Press Expo (APE). This will be the very first time such a panel has been featured at APE, the country�s largest gathering of alternative and self-published comics, marking the growing visibility of queer artists and writers in the field. The panel will be a star-studded event, featuring award-winning creators of independent comic books, strips, and 'zines, with material ranging from erotica to historical fiction, from comedy to biography, published both in print and online.
The panel participants will be Alison Bechdel (DYKES TO WATCH OUT FOR), Colleen Coover (SMALL FAVORS), Tristan Crane (HOW LOATHESOM), Tim Fish (CAVALCADE OF BOYS, YOUNG BOTTOMS IN LOVE), Laurenn McCubbin (XXX LIVE NUDE GIRLS, KITCHEN SINK MAGAZINE), and Eric Shanower (AGE OF BRONZE, THE GIANT GARDEN OF OZ).
Links added here and there.
Check the article/press release for dates, times, locations, prices and other information that a kinder person would have included here.
Just because I'm trying to be a proper blogger doesn't mean I'm suddenly going to be a nice person, you know.
I will, however, refrain from making any Hooper X jokes.
Sooner and further north, there's aThe Smitten Kitten in Minneapolis.
Chris? You ain't going. No, that's not a question. Not even a request. More of a threat.
Update: Why yes, I did confuse Yvelle and Leora, as the latter lives in the Sin Cities and the former does not. I am dumb.