Small Press Expo announces the programming at SPX 2022

Small Press Expo

Small Press Expo (SPX) has announced its first full slate of in-person programming in three years.

The programming slate at SPX 2022 is highlighted by the unique, performative collaboration between punk legend Thalia Zedek and cartoonist Leela Corman. This is a ticketed event to benefit SPX’s Graphic Novel Gift program, tickets for this event and to gain entrance into SPX 2022 can be purchased on the SPX Eventbrite web site.

We will also have spotlight panels on cartoonists such as Maia Kobabe and Ho Che Anderson. There are twenty-one panels in all that will be held on Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th. The full programming schedule with descriptions can be seen on the SPX web site.

This programming is in addition to the previously announced 14 hands-on workshops, which you can sign up for here.

Here are a few highlights from this year’s programming slate:

  • Trans Identities in Fantasy and Fictional Storytelling, moderated by L. Nichols, with Bread Tarleton, Casey Nowak, Tommi Parrish, and Andi Santagata
  • Ronald Wimberly In Conversation With Keith Knight
  • Narrative Threads: When It Comes To Storylines, Clothing Matters, moderated by Mae Weinstein, with Rebecca Mock, Robyn Smith, Dick Carroll, and Lucie Bryon
  • Punks In Comics: Bianca Xunise and James Spooner in Conversation