2007 Isotope Minicomics award accepting Submissions

I’ve been asked to be one of the judges for the Isotope award for excellence in Mini-Comics. (I’m extremely excited, as well as please note that I did not compose that blurb, although I’m flattered.) This year will be the fifth for the award; previous winners have included Danica Novgorodoff (A Late Freeze), likewise a judge this year, as well as Rob Osborne (1000 steps to world Domination).

Here are the details on entering:

Entry to this competition is five copies of your mini-comic sent to Isotope’s address (326 Fell St. San Francisco, CA 94102) before the March 15th deadline. The award will be provided out at a grand ceremony during APE AFTERMATH at the Isotope in conjunction with San Francisco’s alternate press EXPO. San Francisco’s APE convention has been a forum for little as well as independent publishers in the market for many years. since of the nature of this award, the champion will be contacted in advance as well as must be present at the Isotope at 9 PM on Saturday, April 21st for the award presentation ceremony.

Unfortunately, I won’t be there in person, only in spirit.

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