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WHYY Friday Arts Piece

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Watch WHYY’s interview with Robert Berry and Mike Barsanti about ULYSSES “SEEN” here!

Watch the full episode. See more Friday Arts.

ULYSSES “SEEN” on WHYY’s Friday Arts Show!

Saturday, October 16th, 2010
ULYSSES “SEEN” will be the lead feature in the November edition of WHYY’s “Friday Arts” show, airing Nov. 5. Those outside the Philadelphia area can catch it on the web shortly thereafter. We will also be in the WHYY studios to show our iPad app & answer questions after the show airs.

…And now, for our next trick…

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

 

We are VERY excited to announce that Throwaway Horse will be releasing Eric Shanower’s AGE OF BRONZE online and on the iPad in full color and with a host of “Behind the Seen” reader’s guide features, similar to those of the ULYSSES “SEEN” app. These will include notes by the very knowledgeable and capable Thomas Beasley, a pop-up pronunciation guide, a very detailed dramatis personae, and of course, a discussion feature. Click here for a more detailed explanation, courtesy of Calvin Reid at Publishers Weekly (thanks so much, Calvin!).  More to come soon.

Announcements Forthcoming…

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Throwaway Horse will have some fairly exciting announcements in the near future. We can’t wait to share them with you. Stay tuned.

Ulysses And You: Behind The Scenes Of Adapting The Novel

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Irish Arts Center presents
Ulysses And You: Behind The Scenes Of Adapting The Novel
Thursday, October 07, 2010

On the eve of New York Comic Con, experience Ulysses “Seen”, Robert Berry’s graphic novel adaptation of the 1922 edition of James Joyce’s epic masterpiece, through commentary by Robert Berry and Josh Levitas, in conversation with Mike Barsanti, editor, and moderated by Karen Green, curator of the Columbia University Library collection of graphic novels. Learn how you, too, can be part of the creative process, with a special preview of pages from the newest chapter, and a forum for readers to suggest settings, props and character types for the remaining chapters of the comic.

Click here for for further info and tickets.