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Cartoon Crossroads Columbus Announces Tom Spurgeon Award, Show Plans – Comics Worth Reading


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Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) has announced that their plans this year will incorporate a combination of in-person and online events and will take place from September 30 to October 3 in Columbus, Ohio.

Announced guests so far include
* Shary Flenniken (Trots and Bonnie)
* Victoria Jamieson (Roller Girl)
* Chris Samnee (Daredevil)
* Lewis Trondheim (too many to list)

But the announcement I found intriguing was the Tom Spurgeon Award, “named after CXC’s founding executive director [who passed away in 2019], which will be awarded to someone who is not primarily a cartoonist and whose support of cartoonists and cartoon art enhanced the field in a lasting and measurable way.” That’s a terrific idea.

“The breadth and depth of Tom’s experiences as a journalist, comics historian, and reporter make him the ideal model for an award celebrating the contributions of non-cartoonists to the field,” said Lucy Shelton Caswell, founding curator of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum at Ohio State University and a co-founder of CXC.

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The Expo, the part of the festival where creators sell works to the public, will be online. This is the seventh annual festival, and they plan to return to in-person in 2022. The event “draws together Columbus educational and arts organizations including the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, The Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus College of Art & Design, the Columbus Museum of Art and the Columbus Metropolitan Library.” Follow their website ( for the latest information and guidelines.

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