NW Voices Presents author, Douglas Wolk

 Workshop: Tuesday February 12th at 2pm - 3pm in LCC Health and Science Building (HSB) room 107

 Reading: Tuesday February 12th at 5:30 pm at the Longview Public Library

Douglas Wolk is a pop culture critic, teacher and writer, and the author of All of the Marvels, Reading Comics and 33 1/3: Live at the Apollo. He’s written about comics and music for magazines, newspapers and web sites including Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, The Believer, Entertainment Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, Slate and Pitchfork. Wolk has been a National Arts Journalism Fellow at Columbia University and a Fellow in the USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program. His other projects have included the comic book Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two and the record label Dark Beloved Cloud.
 
Wolk has lectured and moderated panels at Comic-Con International, the Experience Music Project Pop Conference, the Center for Cartoon Studies, New York Comic-Con, Rose City Comic Con, Emerald City Comic Con, WonderCon, and elsewhere; he’s appeared in the documentaries Marvel’s Behind the Mask, Cartoon College, Ink: Alter Egos Exposed and Jandek on Corwood. He’s been honored with the Will Eisner Award for Best Comics-Related Book, the Harvey Award for Best Biographical, Historical or Journalistic Presentation, and the Krill Tro Thargo for Service to Thrill-Power. Currently, he teaches at Portland State University and hosts the podcast Voice of Latveria. He lives in Portland, OR.

 


About Northwest Voices

Colleges, libraries and writers are natural community partners. Both seek to reach out to readers, stimulate thinking and engage people in the pursuit of ideas.

Northwest Voices author events are held quarterly during the academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring). Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend.

Northwest Voices Funding

Northwest Voices is funded by Lower Columbia College FoundationLongview Public Library, Friends of the Longview Public Library, Longview Library Foundation, Washington State Arts Commission, and Humanities Washington.

  Northwest Voices News Stories

Former Longview librarian leaves legacy of education, arts

Most notably, Fuller established the Northwest Voices program, bringing local and regional authors to our community...

The Daily News | September 5, 2018


Contact Northwest Voices

  Chris Tower, Language & Literature Instructor

  ctower@lowercolumbia.edu

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