Tonya – Mammon – Machine

Check out this quick web comic humanizing Tonya Harding. It’s fantastic. Looking into the minds of criminals isn’t about absolving them of guilt, but understanding the root causes of destructive behaviors. Of course this is a valuable tool for storytellers, but a critical tool to just being a human who is no more perfect than

Heathen 2 Preorder!!!!

Natasha Alterici’s beautiful a warrioress’s quest to dethrone the Norse gods is continuing on August 6 with the release of Issue 2 of Heathen. Preorders are live now AT STORENVY. Only $5 and each preorder will be signed by Alterici.

Let’s Make Comics Dates

Let’s Make Comics is rapidly expanding as are other programs trying to build the art form throughout Oklahoma.

Review: Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman

There are a few people in this life you cannot bear to think about failing morally. Your mother. The Dalai Lama. Your gynecologist. Your neighborhood ice cream truck driver. Atticus Finch. In the weeks preceding the release of the highly controversial and greatly anticipated second novel by Harper Lee entitled, Go Set a Watchman, troubling

Picking at the Corpse of 54 Oklahoma Artists in The Elaborate Collaborate

The Elaborate Collaborate Opening Reception Friday 7/17 Closing Reception Friday 8/14 IAO Gallery 706 W. Sheridan https://www.facebook.com/theelaboratecollaborate Organizing

The Confederate Flag and Why I Might Be a Hypocrite

Symbology is a tricky thing. The Confederate flag does not endure because of its ties to slavery or the South’s historic and ongoing issues with race relations. It endures because it represents rebellion and ancestral pride to those that still wave it from their homes and boats or emblazon it on cars/vans/lower backs/beer koozies. The cultural

Literati Presents: Draven 4

An important facet of Literati is promotion of sequential art to storytellers of all ages. We hope to

Let’s Make Comics at District House and in Midwest City

We are going to be back at District House (1755 NW 16th St in OKC) for Live on the Plaza on Friday, July 10 from 6:30-9 pm for Let’s Make Comics featuring Don Rosencrans. On Saturday morning, we will be at the Midwest City Library (8143 East Reno Avenue) from 1-3:30 as part of their

Literati Presents: Draven 3

An important facet of Literati is promotion of sequential art to storytellers of all ages. We hope to

Gina Lindley at Bombs Away Art

First Friday in the Paseo Arts District 6-9 pm, July 3 Bombs Away Art 3003A Paseo in Oklahoma City Gina Lindley’s upcoming show may be the most striking to come to Bombs Away Art and potentially the most divisive, so I’m going to let the artist statement speak for itself: Observing powerful words from a

Literati Presents: Draven 2

An important facet of Literati is promotion of sequential art to storytellers of all ages. We hope to

Literati Presents: Draven Fried 1

An important facet of Literati is promotion of sequential art to storytellers of all ages. We hope to

Feminist vs. Fabergé: Tiny, Pretty Things

Fabergé: Jeweler to the Tzars June 20- September 27, 2015 Oklahoma City Museum of Art 415 Couch Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73102 For a full list of events, lectures, films and programs, visit: www.okcmoa.com I was not prepared to be so charmed by the Fabergé: Jeweler to the Tsars exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum

Let’s Make Comics at District House!

Let’s Make Comics! 6-9 pm Friday, June 19 District House 1755 NW 16th St in the Oklahoma City Plaza District Want to learn comics? Of course you do! Like Free? Of course you do! Now you have to come out to the District House this Friday for the quarterly Plaza Let’s Make Comics! Don Rosencrans

Little Dixie’s Callin’ You Home – A Review of Phantasmagoria Blues

Repost from Muzzleland Press: Published by Literati Press; Book Available for Order Here Review by Matthew M. Bartlett