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Late Bloomers: A Comic by David Lasky

At our recent Local Voices reading on February 10 at Hugo House, WITS Writer-in-Residence David Lasky gave some much-needed advice for creatives everywhere—especially for those of us who consider ourselves “late bloomers” in the arts.

We just had to share it with you, below!

David Lasky teaches comics writing through WITS at Renaissance School of Art and Reasoning. He’s the co-author of the Eisner Award-winning graphic novel, Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song, but he is better known to children as the guy who colored Cece Bell’s awesome graphic novel, El Deafo, a Newbery Honor Book. You can find David Lasky’s portfolio here.

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