Moonstruck & Lumberjanes Author, Grace Ellis, Tonight through Library Livestream!

AB9F2B6C-0245-4A3D-A3C0-00B1270ACE38Tonight, 7pm – 8pm EST, tune in to Image’s Library Livestream with Grace Ellis, writer and co-creator of Lumberjanes and Moonstruck. Don’t miss the chance to experience in-depth creator conversations with one of the top comics writers working today. Celebrate Banned Books Week with Image Comics, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and The Graphic Novels and Comics Round Table of the American Library Association as they bring fun and educational programming to local libraries across the country.

Grace Ellis is a writer best known for being part of the stellar team that created Lumberjanes, the New York Times bestselling YA comic that has taken home two Eisner Awards and been nominated twice for GLAAD Awards. Don’t miss this chance to witness a dialogue with an experienced artist and comics creator. Afterwards check out the CBLDF guide for Using Graphic Novels in Education and see how to integrate Lumberjanes into a curriculum.

“Freedom of expression is a core value at Image Comics,” said Eric Stephenson, Publisher at Image Comics. “Banned Books Week is an important opportunity to reflect on why free speech matters, and why this year’s Banned Books Week theme, ‘Banning Books Silences Stories’ is such a resonant one. Not too long ago, comics of all kinds were silenced, and today we see comics by marginalized voices as the most frequently challenged. We’re proud of our creators who are participating in these Library Livestreams and thrilled to be a partner with CBLDF and the ALA Graphic Novels and Comics Round Table to advance the discussion about the power of free expression. In our challenging times, this conversation is one of the most important ones of all.”


  • Nick Dragotta – Wednesday, Sept. 26th
  • Grace Ellis – Thursday, Sept. 27th
  • Charles Soule – Friday, Sept. 28th
  • Skottie Young – Saturday, Sept. 29th


Simply visit the Image Comics Twitch page at All webinars will run from 7-8pm EST and will include a discussion between moderator and creator for 40-45 minutes, followed by 15-20 minutes of Q&A participation with the live audience. No registration is required to view these live streams.
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