Graphic Novelist to Appear at the SF Public Library


Eisner Award-winning graphic novelist Joann Sfar will appear at the San Francisco Public Library Presents on November 14th.

The San Francisco Public Library Presents

The International Language of Graphic Novels:


Comics, Klezmer Music and History

Tuesday November 14, 2006
2:00 – 3:00 pm
Koret Auditorium
Main Library, Lower Level

Joann Sfar is an internationally renowned and respected graphic novel creator. In Klezmer and the Eisner Award-winning The Rabbi's Cat, Sfar explores the full potential of the medium, bringing historical tales to life with expansive watercolor art and sly, witty magical realism; in Vampire Loves and the Dungeon series, he tells poignant, fantastical tales with charming, relatable characters; in Sardine in Outer Space and The Little Vampire series, he brings comics back to kids, telling intelligent, subversive stories bursting with madcap humor. A master of every aspect of the form, Sfar creates comics for everyone.

In his presentations, Joann Sfar shares his perspective, his methods, and his passion for the graphic novel, discussing art, story-telling, and his love for the medium.

Source: ANN