Another successful year for the East Hampton’s Library Authors Night. The 2012 event was the biggest and most successful Authors Night so far with 130 authors and record number of attendees. I was proud to join Stan Goldberg and to be a part of this great night surrounded by stellar authors and many star studded appearances, from Alec Baldwin, Dr. Ruth and many more.
Nancy Silberkleit of Rise Above Social Issues is proud to announce that American comic book artist Stan Goldberg will be illustrating the inaugural issue of the forthcoming series of educational, not-for-profit comics that they are publishing. The comic book addresses bullying in the school system, and is written by John A. Wilcox, the seasoned comic book author.
Goldberg has already begun illustrating the comic, which will be completed in fall 2012. “I could not be more honored that Stan has agreed to work with us on this important project,” says Nancy Silberkleit. “He is one of the most respected comic illustrators, and watching him bring these characters to life has been truly wonderful.”
Silberkleit, Co-CEO of Archie Comic Publications, has initiated this project to help provide confidence and hope for bullied children as well as perspective on how to deal with the hurt that comes from being a victim of bullying. Nancy Silberkleit says, “Never let anyone define who they want you to be. You know who you are, be proactive in life.” The educational comic series will be available to schools, private educators and parents beginning in May. Forthcoming issues in this series will cover a variety of topics pertaining to childhood health and wellness issues including literacy, childhood obesity, sexuality and bullying.