Archives for “TCAF”

Some good writing in my feed this morning, as three different folks (in two different articles) took time out of their days to talk about ...


Hey guys, I probably shouldn't write this, propriety being what it is and all, but I certainly shouldn't write it on any sort of TCAF website, ...


Heya! I'm pretty excited about my next trip to Japan, as I'll be bringing along a collective of cartoonists and publishers as part of the ...


So if you follow my online happenings more deeply than just this blog, you might have heard that a thing that I'm helping to make ...


“Libraries are such an important part of the fabric of a city, not just repositories of information and culture, but community hubs that allow every ...


"Again, it makes me think of TCAF and the effect that the show actually has on the community of Toronto. It’s educational, it promotes literacy ...


Hey everyone, this is an event I'm helping to organize here in Toronto on April 17th. I would love it if you could attend, and ...


Hi there! My name is Christopher Butcher and in addition to running this fine blog, I'm also the Director of the 2011 Toronto Comic Arts ...


Short Version: Hey, sign up for the TCAF mailing list in the upper right corner of every page at http://torontocomics.com. Long Version: I wanted to post ...


This weekend we finally got through the 300+ applications for next year's Toronto Comic Arts Festival, and picked our 2011 exhibitors. This evening, I started sending ...


Congrats to my buddy Zach Worton! He's been working on his first big graphic novel, The Klondike, for years now, and the official solicit just ...


The 2010 Toronto Comic Arts Festival Wrap-Up Hi Friends! My name is Christopher Butcher, and I’m the co-founder and festival director of the Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF)! ...


The lovely Tom Spurgeon asked me for an interview, following the enormous success of TCAF 2010, and I decided "what the heck," and went along ...


From the @torontocomics account, this is a screenshot from Sunday at about 6:30pm. Check out that trending list. So yeah, it went pretty well. Thanks to ...



The Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) is a celebration of comics and graphic novels—and their creators—that takes place annually in Toronto, Canada. The next TCAF ...


Chris is good, but busy. We launched the TCAF website last week, and I think we finally have all of the bugs worked out and the ...


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The TCAF 2010 site is up. A proper PR will go out a little bit later today, but I figured I'd ping everyone first thing ...


- Chris


While the TCAF site is being overhauled I didn't have a handy archive of our Festival posters anywhere, so I'm going to post them here. ...


[caption id="attachment_3995" align="aligncenter" width="540" caption="TCAF's set-up at last week's SpeakEasy art show, a plethora of posters and promotional art by talented artists!"][/caption] Just a quick reminder ...


So the orders came in and they were very good, basically cleaning us out of all of our remaining copies (we had a thousand copy ...


Over at Comics Comics, they've printed an interview with Yoshihiro Tatsumi conducted at the 2009 Toronto Comic Arts Festival. It's by one of our customers ...


Image by Bryan Lee O'Malley. Logo by Chip Zdarsky. :) - Chris


Hey folks! If you're in Toronto this Sunday, September 27th, might I humbly suggest you mosey on over to Queen's Park to enjoy THE WORD ...