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Saturday, June 17 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
"Love & Trauma: Exploring the Effects of Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder on a Relationship"

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Meeting Room 2 (Fourth Floor)

Eroyn Franklin and Tim Miller talk about their collaborative in-progress graphic novel that investigates the relationship between a patient and caregiver who both have bipolar disorder. Their story of a love tested is illustrated to show two differing perspectives, one real and one delusional, during an acute psychotic break and the years of recovery that followed. Q&A moderated by.

Eroyn Franklin is a comics artist, illustrator, and arts educator who has created several minicomics and 2 graphic novels, including Another Glorious Day at the Nothing Factory, and Detained, which is in a permanent Wing Luke Museum exhibit at Seattle’s former INS building. Eroyn’s comics are listed in The Best American Comics: Notable Comics of 2013 and 2014 and has recently exhibited work in New York City; Bochum, Germany; Havana, Cuba; and The Museum of art at Washington State University. She is the Creative Director of Short Run Seattle.

Tim Miller is an artist and animator who graduated from Rhode Island School of Design, has been in four film festivals, and is a member of Seattle Experimental Animation Team. Tim was a regular contributor to The Intruder comics newspaper and serialized several comics including Oatmeal Tears and Jelly and Toast--which he read to a live soundtrack at Hugo House.



Saturday June 17, 2017 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Seattle Public Library 1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA

Attendees (18)