End-of-summer Twitter round-up, July-August

  • This Tachikawa (from @JetPens) might be the best nib holder of all: thick wood body w rubber grip, + it holds ALL nibs! #
  • Just came across The Comic Archive, a website packed with videos of artists showing their process: ^MM (via Dino) #
  • Let’s make a wiki for comics education. What do you think? #comicsedu #wiki #
  • Just about finished with our second textbook! We’re going to need some beta testers for the activities pretty soon… ^JA #
  • RT @ArenaRPG: RT @DEVIR_LIVRARIA: Terminamos a tradução de “Drawing Words & Writing Pictures”, de @jccabel e @mmaddencomics. <–great! #
  • Looking for attentive reading doc of Fun Home–PDF of pages w notes off to the side? For teacher who’s seen it but can’t find. #
  • MT @ComicsGrid: As literacy tools, comics are not “easier” to read than prose. They develop multimodal literacies. (1/2) #
  • MT @ComicsGrid: Using comics to encourage literacy is 1 of the most advanced ways of doing it. Not dumbing down, it’s the opposite. (2/2) #
  • follow @Jordan_Crane for color commentary (literally!) and links to great comics on #
  • SVA library full of students 2 wks before school starts. You go. @SVA_News#
  • (That last link is another new (very positive) review BTW. Not bad for a book that came out four years ago!) #
  • James Sturm on trying to get a cartoon published in the New Yorker: #comics #gags #cartoons#

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