Illustrator, artist, graphic author and native Portlander Cat Farris will offer a discussion on her profession and innovative procedure at 3 p.m., March 25 at the Longview Public Library.
Farris will be discussing her newest works: “The Ghoul Next Door” and “Up to No Ghoul.” Farris has actually operated in conventional comics, graphic books, graphic books for young readers, and illustration throughout her profession. “The Ghoul Next Door” was a finalist for the 2022 Oregon Book Award for Graphic Literature.
“I’m actually anticipating providing folks an insight into how graphic books are made,” Farris said in a message to The Daily News, “and sharing a few of the behind-the-scenes things many people do not get to see.”
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Farris’s look at the Longview Public Library will include a discussion and Q&A.
“If you have an interest in a drawing profession, do not stop drawing! Keep drawing as much as you can, making your own illustrations and comics, and discover methods to share them with the world,” Farris said.
Any concerns can be directed to the Longview Public Library at longviewlibrary.org or 360-442-5300.