Native perspective on Battle of Little Big Horn - Graphic Novelist book signing Nov 3 at Arcane Comics

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Writer Jim Berry Discusses Graphic Novel that Explores the Native Perspective on the Battle of the Little Bighorn

The City of Shoreline Public Art Program is proud to welcome Jim Berry, filmmaker, photographer, and writer of the independently developed and released historical graphic novel Of Dust and Blood (2016).

Berry will be at Arcane Comics and More, 15202 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline 98133, on Friday, November 3, 2017, 6:30pm – 8:30pm to sign copies of the book and discuss the process of creating an independently produced and published graphic novel as well as his 20-year career as a photographer and filmmaker (his 16mm short film Aeden, 1998, will be looping continuously).

Berry’s Native American heritage serves as a foundation for his unique approach to documentary and storytelling. He worked on staff with newspapers such at The Seattle Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Albuquerque Tribune before an MFA from New York University's graduate film program and a Fulbright in Hungary. He lives in Portland.

Of Dust and Blood features the art of Val Mayerik, veteran comic book artist whose contributions at Marvel included Howard the Duck and Man-Thing, among others.


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