Join Isabella Rotman and Luke Howard in conversation with Archie Bongiovanni as they celebrate the release of A Quick & Easy Guide to Consent, a handy comic guide to giving and receiving consent in sex, relationships, and other physical contact.
If you’d like a copy of A Quick and Easy Guide to Consent please preorder from the Bluestockings webstore (https://bluestockings-bookstore.square.site/.../a-qu.../1567)! Other titles by Isabella (https://bluestockings-bookstore.square.site/s/search?q=Isabella%20Rotman), Luke, and Archie (https://bluestockings-bookstore.square.site/s/search?q=Archie%20Bongiovanni) are also available.
Donate $10 or more and fill out this form (https://forms.gle/EyoymofiwtcvbuXU9) to receive a free bookplate signed by Isabella Rotman. Due to the cost of shipping, free signed bookplates are only available within the US. 75% of donations will be donated to Resilience (https://www.ourresilience.org/) in Chicago (formerly known as Rape Victim Advocates, Sexual Violence Center in Minneapolis (https://www.sexualviolencecenter.org/), and New Orleans Abortion Fund (https://www.neworleansabortionfund.org/).
Isabella Rotman is a cartoonist and illustrator from Maine, living and drawing in Chicago. Isabella is the author of You're So Sexy When You Aren't Transmitting STIs and Not On My Watch; The Bystanders’ Handbook for the Prevention of Sexual Violence. Isabella is the co-author and illustrator of Wait, What?; A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up. Isabella has been Artist in Residence at Scarleteen since 2013.
Luke Howard is an illustrator, cartoonist and printmaker living in beautiful, sleepy, swampy New Orleans, Louisiana. When he's not coloring graphic novels, he makes sci-fi comics about feelings, and an autobiographical zine called Abandon Ship. He loves self-publishing, and has helped organize the New Orleans Comics & Zine Fest (NOCAZ) since 2016. If he's not working, tinkering or organizing, he's probably playing D&D with his friends.
Archie Bongiovanni is a cartoonist and illustrator living in Minneapolis. Their graphic novel, A Quick And Easy Guide To They/Them Pronouns was published with Limerence Press/Oni Press and has been praised by School Library Journal (starred review), was a Publishers Weekly Favorite Reads of 2018, a 2018 Chicago Public Library Best Book Of The Year for Teen Nonfiction and one of YALSA's Great Graphic Novels For Teens. Their newest graphic novel, Grease Bats was released by BOOM! Studios in fall 2019. Archie's future books include Flagging 101 (Silver Sprocket) and a young adult non-fiction comic forthcoming from First Second. They’ve been featured on Autostraddle, Vice, Everyday Feminism and The Nib.
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