Schulz Museum to Host ‘Exploring Intersectional Identities through Queer Comics’ Discussion

The Charles M. Schulz Museum is hosting a July 27th virtual discussion with cartoonists on “how their work explores marginalized identities and self-discovery.” Participants include Maia KobabeAjuan Mance, and Bishakh Som.

Maia Kobabe: Kobabe’s autobiography, Gender Queer, is a 2020 ALA Alex Award winner and Stonewall-Israel Fishman Non-Fiction Award Honor Book.

Ajuan Mance: Mance is a professor of African American literature at Mills College, creates comics and zines including Gender StudiesThe Little Book of Big, Black BearsA Blues for Black Santa; and the 1001 Black Men series.

Bishakh Som: Has a new book out entitiled Aspara Engine. It is a collection of short stories exploring the idiosyncrasies of gender.

The panel will be moderated by Cartoon Art Museum’s program coordinator, Nina Taylor Kester.

Registration is free, but required. Click here to register.