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Cartoon Museum/Bloomsbury festival

Ooh I do like getting children to pull faces!  On your way to meet a friend in the park and faced with a lurking Cyclops, what do you do?  Forty children and adults at London’s Cartoon Museum came up with … Continue reading

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Frinton on Sea Literary Festival

Early start and very busy day running interactive comic strip workshops at two schools.  My charming Festival minders Gerald (motor-home owner and sea- kayak-er) and Sally J of Caxton Books kindly drove me round and generally looked after me.   Frinton … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Book Festival Day 3

Thirty fans of Greek Mythological Monsters braved the rain and used caps of invisibility, cartons of lotus juice, bags of wind and flying sandals to outwit monsters in my second drawing workshop at the festival. Great atmosphere, and hugely inventive … Continue reading

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Moth nursery

Called away from dinoland (yes the 4th comic strip book for Bloomsbury is Age of Dinosaurs) to investigate moth nursery which has sprung up under my printer – how dare they! RIP mothlings.

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