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“L’année du lièvre” | Rencontre avec Tian (exposition)

At French Institute, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 

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Cambodian-French artist Keu Tian chronicles his family’s survival of the Khmer Rouge time, in a series of 3 graphic novels, “ L’année du lièvre “. 

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-weekend/khmer-rouge-stories-graphic-not-explicit-detail

An exposition opening will be held at Phnom Penh’s French Institute on International Human Rights Day, Thursday December 10th.

“Tian was born three days after the fall of Phnom Penh in 1975. From his first years, he didn’t keep any precise memories , but he decided to collect the testimony of his father – a doctor by this time – in order to make a graphic novel. It has resulted in L’année du lièvre, a trilogy that tells his family’shistory: the escape attempts, the ordinary cruelty, and the indoctrination. While the third volume of L’année du lièvre will be released in France, the French Institute is presenting an exhibition tracing the artistic journey of Tian, from the very first sketches to the final plates.Besides this exhibition, a discussion with Tian will also be held on on Tuesday 15 December at 6.30pm. He will also take part in a series of workshops organized in partnership with Ngos Sipar and Phare Ponleu Selpak.Tian: L’année du lièvre. The making of a graphic novel.Launch on Thursday 10 December at 6.30pm.Exhibition in French, Khmer and English. Until 16 January 2015.Free entrance.  Discussion with Tian: Tuesday 15 December at 6.30pm.”   

Please also visit: Tian’s blog

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Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/483534001847372/permalink/485852431615529/

French Institute site / event profile: http://institutfrancais-cambodge.com/en/expo-tian-lannee-du-lievre/

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More Goreys!

Shipping deadlines are coming on hard for the Topatoco store, so get your orders in! 

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benhutchings: Here are a few old dream comics! My dreams used...





benhutchings:

Here are a few old dream comics! My dreams used to have a lot of surreal processions and festivals in them. Now my actual life has them because people in this town will do anything for a chance to say to hell with traffic let’s shuffle down the street - and I don’t ever dream at all.

Congrats to Ben Hutcho on his 40th!

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“Dead / Oats / Army @ Inky Palms” (courtesy Tim Danko) 

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an archival presentation of hand-made comics (and other media) from silent army (melbourne 1999 -2015), oats (hamilton/auckland 1992 - 2015), and deadxeroxpress (melbourne/auckland 1993 - 2015). For three days: thursday 3rd september - saturday 5th september. inky palms - 203h, la gonda arcade, karangahape road auckland. Opening night wednesday 2nd september 6pm - 8pm.
(Other days opening hours - Thursday / Friday 11 - 4pm, Saturday 10 - 5pm)

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The Modern Love Podcast with Titus Burgess

The Modern Love Podcast has revived yet another of my old New York Times illustrations and put it on the web. In this episode, the actor Tituss Burgess (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “30 Rock”) reads the essay “A Prince Charming for the Prom (Not Ever After, Though),” about a gay student who forgoes the prom of … Continue reading The Modern Love Podcast with Titus Burgess

Using Finder to compile PDFs

Unnecessary background info...

I recently had a computer problem which caused me to have to erase and reinstall my entire computer's OS to fix the problem. I backed everything up (well most things) but lost some of the software, as I no longer had the download codes, and to be honest I'm not sure where I even got them from in the first place. One of the pieces of software I relied heavily on, and lost, was Adobe Acrobat Pro.

I probably only used a tiny percentage of its functionality, as I only really used it to compile PDFs to take new books to the printer and create PDF ebooks. Now I didn't have it, I was starting to panic. How was I going to be able to continue printing digitally and electronically. There were a few online upload type services and I also looked into open source and some of the cheaper options; I wasn't prepared to pay for Acrobat Pro officially, it costs somewhere between $300-400. Anyway, nothing really worked the way I expected, surely there's software out there, but I couldn't find it.

I then read about Finder on the Mac being able to create PDFs. Excellent I thought, but when I tried it it only saved on page into the PDF and not every page in the booklet. I almost gave up when I decided to dig a little further to see if I was doing it right, turns out there is a little trick...


How to create a PDF collection for ebooks and print files using Finder on the Mac



  1. In a Finder window highlight/select all the files you wish to include (use the Shift key or Command key for multiple sections)
  2. Control click (right click) 'Open With' choose the defualt which should be Preview
  3. All the filkes open in a Preview window, you should see all the individual pages as thumbnails on the left side (if not go 'View, Thumbnails')
  4. Command A or highlight all to select
  5. Now choose 'Print' and not export as PDF (as you would expect)
  6. Then 'Save as PDF'...Et Voila!

You can read the comic online here. I will be offering an updated PDF version soon.

David E. Lasky, 1938-2016

My father passed away last month, after battling various health issues. It's still hard to accept that he's gone. He was a great parent, and as I get older I realize more and more how lucky I was to have him.

His death notice appeared in the Sacramento Bee yesterday (where he'd retired), and is in the Washington Post today (where he spent most of his professional life). It was written by his wife Mary, with input from my brother Jason and I.

David E. Lasky died of complications of COPD on July 14, 2016, in Woodland, California. He was 78. He leaves behind his wife, Mary Symmes; sons David (LeeAnn) and Jason (April) Lasky and their mother Barbara Lasky; granddaughter Mollie; stepson Andrew Telford; brother Steve, and sisters Jeri and Judy.

Dave was born in New York City and moved with his mother to California during WWII. He served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1955 to 1958. He retired from his long career in the U.S. Department of Commerce as the director of the Economic Development Administration. He was a man of notable intelligence, kindness, and charm, and a lifelong champion of civil rights and feminism. Dave prided himself on finishing the daily New York Times crossword puzzle in ink, almost always without cheating. He will be sorely missed by his family and many friends.

There will be no services. Donations in his name may be made to any legitimate veterans' assistance organization.

- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=david-e-lasky&pid=180956538#sthash.xNx0PUAD.dpuf

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