07/05/2017

Juan here.
In observation of Venezuela’s Independence day, no news for today. Instead I offer you an opportunity to look into and reflect on the reality of life in my homeland, Venezuela.
We’ll be back in action, with everything you need to know about Latin American comics making next week!

Venezuela declared it’s independence from Spain on July 5, 1811.
July 5, 1811 – July 5, 2017. 205 years, the blink of an eye.

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Suzy and Cecil – 7-5-2017 – by Gabriella Tito

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Joanie and Jordie – 7-5-2017 – by Caleb Orecchio

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Juan Fernández

Juan José Fernández is a Pittsburgh comics community organizer, most recently named as one of “Pittsburgh’s Creative Forces: 12 People to Meet in 2017” in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and one of seven 2016 Fuerza awardees by Café Con Leche for providing Pittsburgh Latinx leadership. He co-organizes the annual Pittsburgh Zine Fair, leads the Pittsburgh Comics Salon, and provides educational outreach for the Comics Workbook and the ToonSeum. He currently works at the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.

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