Brighton’s Graphic War

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Brighton’s Graphic War Reaches Kickstarter Target!

WE DID IT! Brighton's Graphic War Kickstarter campaign was successful! We smashed our Kickstarter target for this exciting new Brighton centred graphic novel with young creative people. Thanks to everyone who supported this crowd funder campaign for Brighton's Graphic War, who shared our posts and publicised the project and to the 68 backers who've pledged £2,850 to get [...]

May 8th, 2016|
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Dave Gibbons To Write Foreword For Brighton’s Graphic War

Dave Gibbons, Comics Laureate to write foreword for our new graphic novel, Brighton’s Graphic War. The book will utilise his specially designed font throughout, and his foreword offers a great insight into the artwork and tales depicted inside the book. Dave is a British comic book artist, writer and letterer. In 2014 he was appointed [...]

April 23rd, 2016|
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Chris Riddell Designs Cover for Brighton’s Graphic War

QueenSpark Books are thrilled to announce that the cover design for the new Brighton’s Graphic War novel will be drawn by UK Children’s laureate Chris Riddell. The illustrator, who lives in the city and who creates political sketches for the Observer newspaper, as well as collaborating with comedian and author Russell Brand has said that.. "This is an exciting and innovative project - [...]

April 21st, 2016|
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Brighton’s Graphic War Outline

Brighton’s Graphic War will be published later this Autumn, with a book launch on 11th November 2016 It contains approximately 170 pages of story, historical background and related content and will retail at £12.99. Become a part of this unique project, and encourage new young writers and artists - as well as receiving a host [...]

March 29th, 2016|
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WW1 Graphic Novel Kickstarter

With support from Arts Council England, QueenSpark Books is delivering a two year WWI project in which young people (aged between 15 - 25) will create a fictional, Brighton based WWI Graphic Novel to be published in Autumn 2016. Following on from the immense success of Brighton: The Graphic Novel - which was [...]

March 1st, 2016|
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Intergenerational Meet-Up

Intergenerational Meet-Up at The Pavilion Gardens Cafe By Sarah Hutchings In June 2015 our young Brighton's Graphic War participants were treated to an intergenerational meet-up at Brighton and Hove's iconic Pavilion Gardens Cafe, courtesy of the Hedgecock Bequest and David Sewell (at Pavilion Gardens Cafe). Social geographer Geoffrey Mead was on hand to provide some fascinating [...]

June 2nd, 2015|
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